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DOING IT RIGHT
Until he joined Air New Zealand in mid-2011, Christchurch-born Christopher Luxon had spent his entire working life with Unilever, a global company that based its fortune on understanding and profiting from the fast-changing tastes of consumers. Trained to win in a tough multi-national school, the Air New Zealand CEO told Orient Aviation’s chief correspondent,
, he “is putting growth back at the heart” of the airline.
SHRINKING THE AVIATION DIVIDE
Air links between China and Taiwan are racing towards normality. A proposed new policy development between China and Taipei, little noticed beyond the region, could make Taiwan an integral hub in Greater China’s commercial skies.
Lessons learnt from MH 370 tragedy
As Orient Aviation went to press, the multi-nation search for a missing Malaysia Airlines B777-200, Flight MH 370, had dramatically shifted 1,100 kilometress north from its previously targetted location in the southern Indian Ocean. With no hope of finding the 239 passengers and crew onboard alive, rescue teams are concentrating on finding the lost aircraft and its “Black Box”.
related articles in this issue:
AirAsia India declares war on fares
Unions say no to Qantas job cuts
Industry in upward profit cycle says IATA
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The 6th Annual China Commercial Aircraft Convention
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Passenger traffic continues to grow
Cathay Pacific triples profits
IPO for Emirates Airline?
Myanmar rush for gold is a crowded race
China and Taiwan move closer to normalisation of aviation ties
Exasperation at EU’s latest ETS decision
Abacus wins IATA BSP approval in China
China and Airbus deepen commitment
Governments can act to ease crew shortages
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