China - Articles and news items
Airport news • 20 September 2016 • International Airport Review
Lufthansa and Air China signed a partnership agreement in Beijing enabling the joint operation of all connections between Europe and China...
In an interview with journalist Phil Fine, Dr Zheng Lei, Director of the Centre for Aviation Research at the University of Surrey and founder of the Institute for Aviation Research, discusses the challenges that China’s airports face...
Airport news • 24 May 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
A new route from Frankfurt Airport to Shenzhen in China began operating three times a week via Air China on 21 May 2016.
United Business Media (UBM) and Mack Brooks Exhibitions collaborate to run headline events at Aviation LIVE in Beijing, China
Airport news • 25 April 2016 • United Business Media (UBM)
UBM announced that they have teamed up to deliver the headline events at Aviation LIVE...
Airport news • 10 March 2016 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
A study commissioned by SITA has revealed China’s airports and airlines are continuing to invest in the Smart Airport concept despite recent economic challenges.
Airport news • 18 January 2016 • Charlotte Batchelor
China Eastern Airlines’ inaugural flight touched down at Brisbane Airport on Sunday to a traditional water arch welcome heralding the commencement of a two month season of direct flights between Brisbane and Shanghai...
Whitepapers • 1 December 2015 • OAG
With trade being a high priority for discussions on President Xi’s trips, it’s timely to look at the growth of international air travel to and from China...
Airport news • 19 November 2015 • Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, International Airport Review
According to the latest SITA / ACI 2015 Airport IT Trends Survey, 100 percent of airports in China now provide self-service check-in kiosks to manage increasing passenger numbers.
Airport news • 6 November 2014 • SITA
100% of airports in China investing in social media and mobile services to improve passenger experience...
Airport news • 24 July 2014 • Birmingham Airport
Birmingham Airport has welcomed the UK's first direct flight from China into a non-London airport and inaugurated the use of its recently extended runway...
Airport news • 21 December 2010 • CANSO
Airbus signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Chinese air traffic management authorities on air traffic management cooperation.
Determined to maintain its position as the world's premier hub for international aviation, Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) is committed to providing safe, secure, efficient and reliable service to all of its customers.
In October 2004, Hong Kong International Airport was presented with an IATA Fuel Trade Forum award in recognition of the excellent management of its aviation fuel system. B S Chow discusses the pioneering design and unique characteristics that have seen the system become an industry model.
Today, writes Peter Semone, Asia represents one of the planet’s hottest tourism destinations and one of the least understood source markets for the world’s premier destinations.