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Greener Skies 2007 - 29 & 30 March, 2007

Orient Aviation Conferences is pleased to present: Greener Skies 2007 - Asia-Pacific aviation's response to CO2

With the commercial aviation industry being targeted as a potential long term contributor to climate changing carbon emissions in Europe and the Americas, it is only a matter of time before the spotlight comes to Asia-Pacific. With Asia-Pacific being the world’s largest growth zone for commercial aviation, set to increase 8% year on year, the issue of emissions and environmental impact is only going to increase.

This forum aims to bring the major policy, strategy and operations players from around the region together in Hong Kong to start discussing the industry position on emissions. All the more important is that by industry self-regulation, governments and other international bodies will be less likely to enforce rules on the industry.

TravelSky misses Olympic deadline

After more than two years of internal debate and numerous proposals from the world’s major Global Distribution Systems (GDS), China’s own home-grown GDS, TravelSky, has failed to reach a decision on modernizing its systems in time to better handle the huge business upsurge brought about by next year’s Olympic Games in Beijing.

Wanted: A Global Approach

Asian airlines are pulling out all stops to make their operations environmentally friendly. But what they want most is international standardization when it comes to meeting the challenge to aviation presented by ‘green’ issues
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