China’s airlines renew the call for airspace reform
As China’s rapidly expanding commercial aviation industry reaches new levels, it is increasingly feeling the cost of airspace constraints. China Eastern Airlines Chairman, Liu Shaoyong, addressed the Chinese National People's Congress in early Mar-2010. Among buoyant traffic predictions, a positive profit forecast and news that the carrier plans to join a major airline alliance, there was also a call for the Chinese Government to accelerate the reform of Chinese airspace management to assist Chinese carriers. [2225 words]
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- Delays, congestion and the threat of high-speed rail
- The military/civil interface
- An ongoing process of reform
- Moving towards better coordination in Chinese airspace?
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- China: High speed rail network & development plans
- Major Chinese air routes
- Chinese aircraft movements: 1999-2009
- Chinese airport traffic: Domestic & international passengers (2004 to 2009)
- Short-term measures for improving the present ATM system
- “Eleventh Five-Year” Plan goals
- Performance-based Navigation concept
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