Aeronautics might be worth $88b

 

The number of air travelers and aviation-related jobs in Singapore might more than double in 20 years, according to a new study by a worldwide airline company body. This would increase the industry's contribution to Singapore's gross domestic product by the exact same quantum to an approximated US$ 65 billion (S$ 88 billion) in 2035, stated the International Air Transport Association (IATA).

Singapore will remain one of the smallest flight markets in the Asia- Pacific by traveler numbers but its development will surpass that of numerous neighboring markets consisting of Malaysia, Thailand and Hong Kong.

The forecast bodes well for Singapore, which is investing billions in brand-new facilities and facilities to prepare for the growth in Asia's flight market, market professionals stated.

Bob Individual of Location Asia receives award

 

The Rama Rebbapragada Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Cruise Industry in Asia was granted to Destination Asia s Bob Guy at the Seatrade Cruise Asia Gala Dinner in Busan, Korea. The supper formed part of Seatrade Cruise Asia, occurring from 12-13 May, 2016 at the Busan Port International Cruise Terminal. Seatrade Cruise Asia is an annual cruise industry event purely focused on Asia and comprises of an exhibition, conference, networking and travel agent training.

Bob Guy is executive director and consultant to both Destination Asia Singapore and Destination Asia Malaysia. A market veteran with a number of decades of experience in travel market operations in North America, Australia and Asia, Bob is a skilled DMC, conference and event coordinator, and cruise industry leader. Check out this www.365travel.asia for further details about tour package thailand .

Singapore hosts first Asia Pacific symposium

 

The Asia Pacific Remotely Piloted Aircraft Systems (RPAS) Symposium started on May 31 at the Singapore Aviation Academy. Organized by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), with support from the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), and the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand (NZCAA), this Symposium is the very first of such online forums on RPAS being kept in the area.

The fast advancement in RPAS innovation and increasingly popular use of RPAS recently provides the market and regulatory authorities with lots of difficulties to guarantee that such airplane is run with very little impact to public and aviation safety. The Symposium will talk about and attend to these challenges and share finest practices in RPAS policy. It will cover problems connected to airworthiness and certification, airspace integration, remote pilot licensing, and enforcement, liability and insurance.

The Symposium aims to assist in details sharing and to advance local partnership in the regulation of RPAS activities, amongst market and regulators. Over 150 RPAS topic professionals from all over the world consisting of crucial air travel regulative authorities, government companies, aviation-related international organizations, air navigation company and major market gamers are anticipated to go to the Symposium.

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