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December 10, 2012 - 4:00am
Ian Sheppard

The Gulf Centre for Aviation Studies (GCAS), an arm of ADAC created in 2009, and Dubai-based Avtech Middle East, a subsidiary of Avtech Sweden, have partnered to offer training in areas such as performance-based operations, collaborative decision making, airborne CNS/ATM (Communications, Navigation and Surveillance for Air Traffic Management), auditing and human factors. The organizations said in a joint press release, “These course stand out as they are linked to real-life operational requirements and best practice and are delivered by highly experienced subject matter experts.”

December 10, 2012 - 3:45am
AIN Staff
Lineage 1000

The aircraft static display area at the 2012 edition of the Middle East Business Aviation show in Dubai is quickly filling up. MEBA 2012 officially opens on December 11 at Dubai World Central’s new Al Maktoum International Airport.

December 10, 2012 - 3:30am
Peter Shaw-Smith
Global 5000

UAE-based Gulf Wings, sister company of Jordan’s Arab Wings (Stand 627), plans to add two aircraft to its fleet by early 2013 and to move its offices to Dubai World Central (DWC) before the end of next year.

December 10, 2012 - 3:00am
Peter Shaw-Smith
DWC Airport

Construction began on the port at Jebel Ali in 1978, but it wasn’t until around 1985 that the man-made facility–generally recognized as the bedrock of Dubai’s modern-day success–started to fulfill its potential–and the emirate’s knack for turning ideas into world-beating projects shouldn’t be underestimated.

December 1, 2012 - 7:10am
David Donald
Loïc Nicolas

Gleaming on the Safran display (Stand 357) is a mock-up of the Snecma Silvercrest engine, which has been selected for the Cessna Citation Longitude super-midsize business jet. Displaying the model, which was first shown a few weeks ago at NBAA, underlines the fact that Silvercrest is now a program moving fast towards certification in 2015.


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