Aircraft News - Asia / Pacific.May 21, 2007
Leasing has become increasingly attractive in China as AVIC AVIC Aviation Industry Corporation (China)
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AVIC Avi Codec I, which traditionally focuses on larger aircraft, also is on the way to starting an international leasing company along with 13 aerospace firms and research agencies. But local analysts have pointed out that China's domestic leasing companies may be less competitive compared to foreign counterparts due to higher financing costs. Currently, more than 60% of the Chinese fleet, which numbers 1,028 aircraft, is on lease but there are only five or six Chinese-owned or joint venture aircraft leasing companies among the more than 100 financing lease companies in the country. May 17, 2007
Air Astana Air Astana is an airline based in Astana, Kazakhstan. It is the national carrier of Kazakhstan and operates scheduled domestic and international services. Its main bases are Astana International Airport and Almaty International Airport. , Boeing
Air Astana, the Kazakhstan flag carrier, celebrated its fifth anniversary with the delivery of its second Boeing 767-300ER. Its fleet also includes four 757s, two A321s, five A320s and five F50s. The 767s are operated on routes to Amsterdam, Beijing, Bangkok, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hannover and Seoul as well as on domestic trunk routes from Almaty to Astana and Atyrau. May 18, 2007
Air China, Rockwell Collins Rockwell Collins, Inc. (NYSE: COL) is a large United States-based international company headquartered in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, primarily providing aviation and information technology systems, solutions, and services to governmental agencies and aircraft manufacturers.
Rockwell Collins announced that Air China selected its MultiScan Hazard Detection System along with a "broad range of avionics" including the GLU-925 Multi-Mode Receiver, for 25 737NGs and 24 A320s/A321s. Deliveries are expected to begin in the fall. May 18, 2007
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Hawaiian Airlines is contracting with Air New Zealand to maintain Hawaiian's fleet of Boeing 767-300 aircraft in Auckland, a newspaper reported Monday. May 14, 2007
Airbus said construction began yesterday on its A320 family Final Assembly Line in Tianjin. The project will include the building of dedicated hangars, office buildings, a delivery center and related facilities, including electricity, gas, water and fuel supply systems. "This not only represents a new level of mutually beneficial Adj. 1. mutually beneficial - mutually dependent
dependent - relying on or requiring a person or thing for support, supply, or what is needed; "dependent children"; "dependent on moisture" industrial cooperation between China and Airbus, but also demonstrates our long-term commitment to the development of the Chinese civil aviation industry," Airbus COO Fabrice Bregier said. "The launch of construction of this Final Assembly Line in China will lead to the commencement of its operations by August 2008 as planned, with the aim to deliver the first aircraft assembled in China in the first half of 2009." China ordered 150 Airbus passenger jets in a USD USD
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The currency market, also known as the Foreign Exchange market, is the largest financial market in the world, with a daily average volume of over US $1 trillion. $9.7 billion deal last year. May 16, 2007
Mandarin Airlines Mandarin Airlines (華信航空; pinyin: Huáxìn Hángkōng) is an airline based in Taipei, Taiwan. It is China Airlines' regional and domestic subsidiary as well as operates charter services. Its main base is Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport. , Embraer
Embraer delivered the first of eight E-190s to Mandarin Airlines, its first to a Taiwanese carrier. The aircraft are being leased from GE Commercial Aviation Services GECAS (GE Commercial Aviation Services, formerly GE Capital Aviation Services, though the acronym is the more common usage) is a unit of GE Commercial Finance, itself part of the large conglomerate General Electric. The president of GECAS is Henry Hubschman. and will replace F50s and F100s. May 15, 2007
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May 14, 2007