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THE INTERNATIONAL Air Transport Association (IATA) joined with the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), Airports Council International (ACI) and the Civil Air Navigation Services Organisation (CANSO) in a declaration committing the parties to review processes for the over‐flight of conflict zones. The high‐level meeting was called by ICAO in the aftermath of the tragic downing of MH17 over the Ukraine in July (see also Flarepath page 4).
A look at Eurosatory 2014, arguably the world’s largest defence and security exhibition that took place at the ‘Parc des Expositions’ in Paris, recently. Sam Basch reports. FOR A defence and security exhibition largely focused on land systems, with a
sprinkling of naval equipment and an increasingly diverse technology cluster, Eurosatory 2014 had a surprising range of
aerial assetson display.
Airbus Helicopters launches its EC130 TC in SA - AIRBUS HELICOPTERS recently introduced the EC130T2, its newest single‐engine offering, to the sub‐Sahara region.
SOFEX shows power of “Special Operations” - MOST VISITORS to the Special Operations Exhibition and Conference (Sofex) in Amman, Jordan, recently likely experienced the very steely determination and professionalism that one associates with specialist forces anywhere.
SAAF Museum air show - A Knockout - WITH OVER 40 000 aviation enthusiasts having gone through the gates at the recent Paramount Group South African Air Force (SAAF) Museum Swartkop air show, it was arguably the best event of it kind so far this year.