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Aviation and air transport leaders set to meet in Tanzania next...

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania (eTN) - Aviation and air transport executives from various parts of the world, mostly from the African continent, will be meeting in Tanzania for the seventeenth edition of the

Canadian air transport and tourism need to get competitive

IATA has called on the Canadian government to improve the country’s global competitiveness in air transport, travel and tourism by working with industry to address issues of taxation and regulation,

World Routes welcomes more than 2500 air transport professionals to Vancouver

VANCOUVER, Canada - Routes today welcomed over 2,500 delegates to the 16th World Routes, for which eTurboNews is a media partner, the largest annual gathering of the commercial air transport community

Routes CIS Strategy Forum explored the potential of the region’s air...

KHARKIV, Ukraine - Senior aviation industry leaders gathered in Kharkiv, Ukraine, earlier this week to investigate the shape and direction of the region’s aviation industry at the inaugural Routes C

Amsterdam is Garuda’s first step into a more global presence

(eTN) in Jakarta/Amsterdam - It was an important day last Wednesday for Garuda. In the early 2000s, Indonesia’s national carrier was plagued by debts, forcing it to cut both aircraft and network.

Mekong countries look to cut dependence in air transport from Thailand

Will Thailand’s status as the natural gateway to the Greater Mekong Sub-Region be soon passé? The question would have raised scepticism or even sarcasm a decade ago.

Swiss miracle

As air transport will look back at 2009 as its gloomiest year for decades, Swiss Airlines sounds incredibly optimistic.

New Zealand, Canada sign new air transport agreement

WELLINGTON – New Zealand and Canada have signed a new air transport agreement to allow more flights between the two countries, New Zealand Trade Minister Tim Groser said Wednesday.

Tourism, air transport hurt by Xinjiang riots

URUMQI - Authorities in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region said Saturday both tourism and air transport have been hurt by the July 5 riot that left 184 dead in Urumqi, the regional cap