• Grayling and Walsh sound bullish on Brexit

    The UK aviation community has cause for optimism over its post-Brexit prospects, according to speakers at the Airport Operators Association (AOA) conference – but others remain more pessimistic. UK Secretary of State for Transport Chris Grayling and IAG CEO Willie Walsh each sounded positive

  • EU auditors examine effectiveness of passenger rights

    The Luxembourg-based European Court of Auditors (ECA) is assessing the effectiveness of air passenger rights in European Union (EU) countries. The EU financial watchdog will determine whether the laws themselves have proved useful, are being enforced properly, and if their operation has been

  • Pune greenfield could alleviate Mumbai capacity crunch

    The Chambers of Commerce in Pune is urging private companies to participate in plans to build a new greenfield airport, after the Indian military rejected a proposed Chhatrapati Sambhaji Raje International Airport on a 2,400 ha site in Purandar, some 40 km away from the city. A letter from the

  • Sealed off: bearded intruder blocks Alaskan runway

    Airfield operations staff at the northernmost airport in the United States were confronted with a rare challenge in late October, when they had to remove a 450 lb(204 kg) bearded seal from the runway. The seal was discovered lying placidly on the tarmac, preventing flights taking off and landing at

  • CSCEC-OHL talks reach a dead end

    Discussions about a possible take-over of infrastructure group and airport concessionaire OHL by the China State Construction Engineering Corporation (CSCEC) have ended, the Spanish company announced on 14 November. "The conversations with CSCEC are not continuing,” financial director

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  • Raytheon shows common weather platform

    The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is upgrading the systems used to collect and display weather information at its facilities nationwide, having awarded Raytheon and Harris contracts in 2015 to develop new processing and service delivery systems worth up to USD300 million. The agency is
  • Miyazaki PBB project nears completion

    Mitsubishi Heavy Industries Transportation Equipment Engineering & Service Co Ltd (MHI-TES) has almost completed a project to install five passenger boarding bridges at Miyazaki Airport in Japan. Installation work began in September, and all five PBBs will be in place by December 2017 to



    BJX/MMLO AIRFIELD REF PT.: N20 59.36 W101 28.51 CFR : 0 MAX RWY LENGTH : 11,480' 3,499 m General Information SURFACE : Rwy 13/31, 11,480' 3,499 m, width 148' 45 m, asphalt, PCN 74 F/C/X/T. AIRFIELD OPERATOR : Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacifico, Km 5.5 Carretera Silao-Leon 0, Col. New Mexico Silao,


    UVF/TLPL AIRFIELD REF PT.: N13 43.99 W060 57.16 ELEVATION : 14' 4m CFR : 8 MAX RWY LENGTH : 9,000' 2,743m General Information SURFACE : Rwy 10/28, 9,000' 2,743 m, width 148' 45 m, asphalt. RUNWAY LIGHTING : Rwy 10: MIRL, single row CL, PAPI.Rwy 28: MIRL, PAPI. NAVIGATION AIDS : VOR/DME


    IFN/OIFM AIRFIELD REF PT.: N32 45.03 E051 51.40 ELEVATION : 5059' 1542m CFR : 0 MAX RWY LENGTH : 14,425' 4,397 m General Information SURFACE : Rwy 8R/26L, 14,425' 4,397 m, width 148' 45 m, asphalt. ADDITIONAL RUNWAYS : Rwy 8L/26R, 14,425' 4,397 m, width 148' 45 m, asphalt. ALTERNATIVE NAME(S) :


    SSG/FGSL AIRFIELD REF PT.: N03 45.18 E008 42.31 ELEVATION : 76' 23m CFR : 0 MAX RWY LENGTH : 9,646' 2,940m General Information SURFACE : Rwy 05/23, 9,647' 2,940 m, width 151' 46 m, concrete. RUNWAY LIGHTING : LIRL, REIL, PAPI. NAVIGATION AIDS : VOR-DME (Malabo, ID MBO, 114.5 KHz, 1.0 nm); NDB