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  • Aviation Trader - Airbus to boost A320 production….
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  • Aviation Trader - ‘City of Lights’ theme for New Qantas lounge….
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  • Aviation Trader - Boeing, El Al agree on 787 Dreamliner order….
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  • Aviation Trader - Infrastructure improvements for Queenstown Airport….
    for Queenstown Airport November 2nd 2015 A simulated evening approach to Queenstown Airport Queenstown Airport Corporation QAC is starting work on a 17 million series of major airfield infrastructure improvements designed to pave the way for evening flights in winter 2016 and improve overall safety and efficiency of operations The airport s main runway will be widened by 15 metres from 30 metres to 45 metres in accordance with conditions set down by New Zealand s Civil Aviation Authority CAA and Australia s Civil Aviation Safety Authority CASA when approving QAC s evening flights safety case in May 2014 Once the runway has been widened it will then be resurfaced The installation of a comprehensive lighting package including runway taxiway apron and approach lights another key condition of evening flight regulatory approval will also get underway this month The project will be managed by QAC and Airways New Zealand s air navigation service provider Trenching for the required electrical cabling will commence shortly and the lighting package is expected to be complete in April 2016 Queenstown Airport Acting Chief Executive Mark Edghill is looking forward to the infrastructure work kicking off and says it is part of QAC s continuing investment to future proof the airport These upgrades will not only give us a more robust durable runway in all weathers they will lay the groundwork for us to host evening flights in and out of Queenstown next winter which we believe will be a game changer for the region Mr Edghill said The technical design of the project will be led by engineering firm Beca and the implementation will be managed by a construction team from Downer New Zealand The works are contained entirely within the Queenstown Airport Aerodrome Designation in the Queenstown Lakes District Plan where these types of activities are anticipated During November Downer will establish the job site which will be located at the north eastern end of the runway near Glenda Drive and away from nearby homes Downer will then commence widening the runway by 7 5 metres on each side in early December In mid January a mobile asphalt plant will be assembled at the job site and resurfacing work across the entire runway will begin in February and finish in April 2016 Aside from establishing the site and the cable trenching all construction work will be done at night when the airport is not operational and work will be completed by 5am each morning in time for normal operations to resume A holiday break is planned from 23 December to 5 January Mr Edghill says the construction team will do everything practically possible to minimise the impact of any disruption on neighbouring residents throughout the process All practicable measures will be taken to keep dust levels to a minimum lighting towers will be directed away from houses and the crew will be working hard to ensure any noise and vibration during construction is kept to a reasonable level We ll be keeping our

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  • Aviation Trader - News, Event Reports and Announcements Archive
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  • Aviation Trader - Air bandits to re-unite at Wanaka….
    Simulators Flight Training 6 Ground Training 2 Part 66 Transition 1 Tertiary Studies Employment Employment Wanted 1 Positions Vacant 3 Equipment Parts Aeroplane Equipment 1 Aeroplane Parts 20 Aeroplane Parts Wanted 3 Aircraft Materials 2 Avionics 10 Computer Software Engine Parts 2 Engine Parts Wanted Engines 20 Engines Wanted 2 Ground Support 7 Ground Support Wanted Helicopter Equipment 1 Helicopter Parts 9 Instruments Pilot Supplies 8 Propellers 5 Safety Survival Equipment 5 Simulators 1 Test Equipment Tools 1 General Airshows and Events 9 Auctions Books Manuals Charts 3 Business Opportunities 8 Businesses Wanted Cleaning Products 1 Collectables Competitions Consumables 1 Entertainment Holidays Resorts 2 Investment Opportunities Lease Crosshire 12 Lease Crosshire Wanted 2 Media Kits 1 Miscellaneous 1 Private Hire Public Notices 2 Publications 1 Syndicate Shares 5 Tenders 1 Trade Exchange Property Commercial Retail 2 Hangar Enhancements Hangars 22 Hangars Wanted Rural Residential 5 Services Accountancy 2 Aircraft Weight Control 1 Airport Hubs 1 Auditors 1 Brokers 18 CASA Authorised Persons Ferrying Transport 1 Finance 4 Flight Examiners Insurance 8 Legal 5 Maintenance Repair Overhaul 21 Marketing NDT Painting Refurbishing 2 Photography Pre Purchase Inspections Quality Compliance Consultants 1 Signage 1 Valuations 1 Welding Finishing 1 Air bandits to re unite at Wanaka October 30th 2015 Photo courtesy Chris Guy Two members of the world famous Air Bandits aerobatic team will be reuniting at next year s Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow Two time World Aerobatic Champion Jurgis Kairys from Lithuania will team up with Auckland based Rob Fry to perform together at Wanaka for the first time since 2008 Jurgis is one of the world s most accomplished aerobatic pilots and is a crowd favourite at Wanaka having stunned visitors with his solo performance at last year s Warbirds Airshow in Rob Fry s Sukhoi Su29 He is bringing his own aircraft to Wanaka for the 2016 airshow An aircraft designer and engineer Jurgis designed the Juka the name comes from his initials as a lightweight aerobatic aircraft The Juka weighs less than the lightest Sukhoi and is powered by a Russian M14PF engine developing 400hp to give it a very impressive performance He continues to be in hot demand around the world and has been performing at airshows in China Most recently he was one of the star attractions at the big China International General Aviation Convention Airshow in Pucheng Warbirds Over Wanaka General Manager Ed Taylor says Jurgis has been one of the stars of the event over a number of years Airshow visitors just can t get enough of him He s known for his cool calculating precision while performing and his display has been described as controlled mayhem says Ed The 2016 Warbirds Over Wanaka International Airshow is being held at Wanaka Airport on March 25th 26th 27th with the Rides Day on the 28th For more information see www warbirdsoverwanaka com Register or Login To Lodge or Manage an Ad Buy or Manage a Subscription Lodge an Event Report View Current Listings by

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  • Aviation Trader - Boeing satellite to expand mobile comms in Asia….
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  • Aviation Trader - NZ TAIC process improvements commended….
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