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China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

China Aviation Industry Newsletter 1 June

BOC Aviation Announces New Head Of Aircraft Sales

BOC Aviation announced the appointment of Remi Le Meur as Head of Aircraft Sales effective from 1st June. Remi replaces Andrew Taylor, who will remain with the Company until his retirement on 30th June to ensure a smooth transition of his duties. “We thank Andrew for his dedication and contributions to the Company, and wish him well in his retirement,” said Robert Martin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer. “We are delighted to welcome Remi to the Singapore office as he takes on this new role. This appointment also continues to reflect the strong emphasis we place on talent management and succession planning, as we maintain a global management team with experience across the core competencies of the aircraft operating leasing business to deliver long term sustainable growth.”

Budapest Airport, China’s Shanghai Pudong Int’l Airport sign sister airport agreement

Budapest Airport has signed a sister airport agreement with Shanghai Pudong International Airport and announced the launch of a direct cargo service between the Hungarian capital and the city of Ningbo, a major port and industrial hub in east China’s Zhejiang province. Budapest Airport CEO Chris Dinsdale said “”The treaty signed today provides the framework for the restart of flights between Budapest and Shanghai, and supports the launch of direct passenger and air cargo capacities between the two airports, together with their important touristic, economic and commercial incentive effects, as soon as the regulatory and the travel environment enable this.”

CALC’s Beijing Office welcomes officials from the Beijing Office and its Tianjin Liaison Unit of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region

CALC’s Beijing Office welcomed officials from the Beijing Office and its Tianjin Liaison Unit of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region on the 28th May. The visiting delegates from the Beijing Office and the Tianjin Liaison Unit of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government went at lengths to understand situations of the Group and the industry, and expressed their intention to jointly promote the cooperation and development of Hong Kong and the mainland provinces and cities in the area of aircraft leasing, capitalizing on Hong Kong’s edges in international finance, trade, and professional services and unleashing the full potential of the aviation industry as a ‘super connector’ hub.

China Central Longhao Airlines opens new cargo route linking Yantai and Incheon

China Central Longhao Airlines opened a new cargo route from Yantai to Incheon, South Korea with effect from 25th May.  The route operates six times weekly involves electronic products, e-commerce, and clothing.

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