K-Mile航空,短暂停运后恢复国际航班

2015年6月,国际民航组织(ICAO)批评泰国民航局(CAAT)的安全标准,促成了一系列的彻底改革,最终导致了泰国民航局要求所有航空公司重新申请机场运营操作。据此,总共有12家航空公司错过了申请的最后期限(2017年9月12日),其中包括总部位于爱尔兰的ASL航空集团子公司K-Mile航空。此后,泰国总理签署了一项限制该12家航空公司运营国际航班的指令。根据ch-aviation的报道,K-Mile航空迅速反应,并顺利的更新了其运营操作证书,于9月下旬恢复运营。K-Mile航空在亚洲区域航线内,投运了三架波音737-400F,其主要运力均为DHL快递服务。
  • Charles Kauffman
  • October 9, 2017

Has ICAO banned the wrong batteries?

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), agreed yesterday to temporarily ban the shipment of lithium-ion batteries on passenger aircraft. The ban will go into effect 1 April 2016 and, according to ICAO Council President Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu, “will continue to be in force as separate work continues through ICAO on a new lithium battery packaging […]
  • David Harris
  • February 23, 2016

Battery ban?

At the end of last week, Boeing issued guidance to its customers, warning them not to carry bulk shipments of lithium-ion batteries as belly cargo on passenger aircraft. Boeing has not released the text of the message, but according to The Wall Street Journal, the message “explicitly urged passenger carriers world-wide to stop accepting large […]
  • David Harris
  • July 21, 2015

Lithium batteries to be banned from passenger aircraft bellies?

The Dangerous Goods Panel of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) last week proposed that the carriage of lithium metal batteries as cargo on passenger aircraft be prohibited, effective 1 January 2015. Cargo Facts believes the ban will likely be adopted, but it is currently only in the proposal stage. The Dangerous Goods Panel’s parent […]
  • David Harris
  • April 16, 2014