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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

My Warmest Wishes for the Holiday Season and a Prosperous Successful and Peaceful New Year



To my Customers, Business Associates, Colleagues, and Friends, who has made this Year So Successful, 

I extend My Warmest Wishes for the Holiday Season and a Prosperous Successful and Peaceful New Year. 

As we move into year 2015, I look Forward to Connecting and Partnersing for Continuing Success. 









Sunday, December 28, 2014

Missing AirAsia QZ8501 A 320 Reportedly Crashed in Belitung Timur



March : MH370
July :  MH17
December : QZ8501

3 plane incidents in just a year, 2014

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Aircraft            : Airbus A320-200 
Registration Number : PK-AXC
Captain : Capt Iriyanto
Pilot Captain Iriyanto had 6000 Flying Hours
First Officer : Capt Remi Emmanual  
Pilot Captain Remi Emmanual had 3000 Flying Hours
Carrier : AirAsia AirBus A320 
Flight No : QZ 8501 
Pax  : 162
Missing Date : 28 Dec 2014
From : Surabaya in Indonesia 
To  :  Singapore

QZ8501: Missing AirAsia jet reportedly crashed in Belitung Timur

An Aircraft has reportedly crashed off the east coast of Sumatera, in the waters of East Belitung.

This report came after authorities confirmed that AirAsia Flight QZ8501 went missing earlier today.

An Indonesian news portal Bangka Pos had quoted an official from H.A.S Hanandjoeddin Tanjungpandan Airport in Indonesia, Suparno, said the exact location of the crash site has not been identified.

The portal also reported that the Indonesian national search and rescue agency (Basarnas) team from Bangka Belitung were heading to East Belitung waters.

We will immediately head to East Belitung by sea, said Basarnas Commander Joni Superiadi to Bangka Pos.

AirAsia Indonesia regrets to confirm that Flight QZ8501 from Surabaya to Singapore has lost contact with Air traffic control at 07:24 (Surabaya LT) this morning. The Flight took off from Juanda International Airport in Surabaya at 05:35 Hours

The Aircraft was an Airbus A320-200 with the registration number PK-AXC. There were two Pilots, four Flight attendants and one engineer on board.

The captain in command had a total of 6,100 flying hours and the first officer a total of 2,275 flying hours

There were 155 passengers on board, with 138 adults, 16 children and 1 infant. Also on board were 2 Pilots and 5 cabin crew.

Nationalities of passengers and crew onboard are as below :

1 Singapore
1 Malaysia
1 France
3 South Korean
156 Indonesian

Search for Missing AirAsia QZ 8501 Intensified

AirAsia has set up an Emergency Tel Line for Family or Friends of those who may be on Board QZ8501. The number is + 622 129 850 800or + 622129850801

Air AsiaAnother AirAsia AirBus A320 Flight No QZ 8501 with 2 Pilots and 5 Cabin Crew and 155 Pax, Total 162 On Board Missing on 28 Dec 2014

An Indonesia AirAsia flight went missing on Sunday about half way between its origin of Surabaya in Indonesia and its destination of Singapore, an Indonesian transport official said.

The aircraft was between the Indonesian port of Tanjung Pandan and the town of Pontianak, in West Kalimantan on Borneo island, when it went missing, Joko Muryo Atmodjo, air transportation director at the Transport Ministry, told a news conference.

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Monday, December 22, 2014

Air New Zealand orders crew to stop drinking on job


Air New Zealand orders crew to stop drinking on job 

After boozy night led to 'intimate' video of Flight Attendant


Staff warned after a series of scandals involving intoxicated employees 

Four Flight attendants resigned after booze fuelled night in Wellington

One cabin crew member reportedly recorded in intimate video

Airline Investigated reports off duty worker straddled All Blacks member


Another employee resigned after failing a breath test before a Flight 

Air New Zealand has issued a stern warning to staff after a handful of employees created a scandal with a series of drunken episodes.

Four Flight attendants resigned last week after a booze fuelled night in Wellington reportedly led to one of the crew being recorded in an intimate video.
In the wake of employees’ well publicised exploits the airline has cracked down on drinking, punished those who breached its code of conduct and told remaining staff to be on their best behaviour.


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Monday, December 1, 2014

It Is Good News For Travellers And Good News For The Industry And Good News For Air New Zealand

It Is Good News For Travellers And Good News For The Industry And Good News For Air New Zealand


Latest figures show 170,000 travelled to the US in the year to August, 23 per cent up on the same period the year before. The number of arrivals from the US has also risen sharply, up 12 per cent to 216,000 for the past year.

Stella Travel general manager of marketing David Libeau said it made sense for Air NZ to fly to Chicago as it was the hub for its alliance partner, United. Las Vegas would appeal to a leisure and conference market and Houston would offer links to other parts of the US and Latin America.

Chicago is almost 13,200km from Auckland but within Dreamliner's 15,372km range. It is well short of the longest commercial Flight the Qantas Airbus A380 service between Sydney and Dallas Fort Worth which is 15,350km.

New US route planned

•Air NZ is looking at adding to its routes to the US.
•Chicago, Houston and Las Vegas are on the shortlist.
•Chicago is almost 13,200km from Auckland.
•It is within the Dreamliner's 15,372km range.




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Sunday, November 30, 2014

Helicopter Outlook 2014

Helicopter Outlook 2014 

According to report, the high profile Regulations on The Use of Low Altitude Airspace Management for Trial Implementation has been formed. Once the low altitude Airspace management regulations to implement, communication & navigation system and low altitude Flight service stations will be large scale construction, and access to national level Investment. 

Recently,China's first low altitude route ZhuhaiYangjiang  Luoding route has Officially shipping on June 26th,mark of China's low altitude Airspace reform entered the practical stage.According to data, China existing 178 general Aviation enterprises, registered 1610 general aviation Aircraft, with 399 general Airports and temporary landing point. It is predicted that, over the next 20 years, the number of civilian helicopters in China is expected to reach about 10000, over the next 10 years, China general aviation industry market demand over 640 billion CNY. 

Under this background, Helicopter Outlook 2014 will take place on 3rd 4th, December The industry leaders from official government, Helicopter OEMs, Helicopter Operators the Flight activities including industry, agriculture, forestry, fishery and construction as well as health care, disaster relief, meteorological, ocean monitoring, scientific experiment, education and training, culture and sports and helicopter adequate & systematic services suppliers including Aircraft leasing companies, pilot training, MRO/upgrade, third party service companies and insurance will gather together, to discuss the helicopters Airworthiness certification, future helicopter development trends and market demands forecast. Grasp the helicopter market new business opportunities, please pay more attention on Helicopter Outlook 2014. 



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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Student Pilots Land Here After Heli Pro Collapse

Student Pilots Land Here After Heli Pro Collapse


The latest Mainland Aviation College graduands in waiting line up from left, near propeller Swapnil Karki 20, of Nepal, who graduates in January, Payal Kar 21, of India, leaving in two weeks, Mainland's general manager Shirley Kean, Jian Ping Wei 25, of China, who leaves next week and Mainland chief flight instructor Hamish Mosley (24). Photo by Linda Robertson.

The latest Mainland Aviation College graduands in waiting line up (from left, near propeller) Swapnil Karki (20, of Nepal, who graduates in January), Payal Kar (21, of India, leaving in two weeks), Mainland's general manager Shirley Kean, Jian Ping Wei (25, of China, who leaves next week) and Mainland chief flight instructor Hamish Mosley (24). Photo by Linda Robertson.
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Eighteen international student pilots left in the lurch by the receivership of Tauranga-based Heli-Pro have chosen Mainland Aviation College at Dunedin International Airport to complete their studies.

About 50 days after Heli Pro went into receivership, Mainland's student numbers have more than tripled, from eight to 26, with the additions of a United Nations of international students, Mainland general manager Shirley Kean said.

Some of the 18 International students had been unwittingly caught up in two recent Aviation receiverships in New Zealand, losing MONEY twice in the process.

It's not a good look. It makes people wary. We want to build up good international relationships,Mrs Kean said.

Mainland has been operating since 1991, having had about 270 students over the years, and offers fixed-wing flying tuition, in nine training craft, including Cessna 152, Tobago and twin
engined Senecas and Chieftains, plus a Flight simulator.

It can be a bit like the United Nations around here at times,she said of current students from Oman, India, Indonesia, the Philippines, Nepal, Papua and China.

The majority of students are in their early 20s and pay $70,000-$80,000 for Flight training over 18 months.

Mrs Kean said Mainland offered pastoral care for the international students, which included them all staying together in Dunedin in accommodation Mainland organised.

After Heli Pro went into receivership, all New Zealand's flight schools were vying to offer the 18 students places, she said.

She believes the combination of a visit directly to the students in Tauranga, by her husband, Mainland chief executive Phil Kean, and chief flight instructor Hamish Mosley, and praise from former students, swung their choice in Mainland's favour.

Their presence was a nice economic boost for the city, with accommodation, cars and groceries, she said, noting that packed lunches was not one of the students' strong points. They spent about a $1000 a week on airport lunches.

A benefit for some Mainland students was that it operating Mainland Air Charters Ltd, with four aircraft, meaning the students, when qualified, could begin building up a log book of flying hours and experience.

Heli-Pro, with about 70 staff, 30 helicopters and some fixed-wing craft, was a charter, tourism and training venture. It put itself in voluntary receivership in early October, with estimates it might owe creditors tens of millions of dollars.





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