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Laptop ban lifted

On 5 July Emirates Airline flights from Dubai Airport lifted the ban on carriage in the cabin of laptops for flights to the US.

The airline said it had been working hard in coordination with various aviation stakeholders and local authorities to implement heightened security measures and protocols that meet the requirements of the US Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) new security guidelines for all US-bound flights...



Fiji Airways wants more business

Fiji Airways has the potential to develop more business from Wellington through to United States ports, said Andrew Stanbury, the airline’s executive general manager, sales and marketing.

At a recent function in Wellington, to celebrate the second anniversary of Fiji Airways direct Wellington-Nadi flights using B737 aircraft, Stanbury said while the direct flights had been highly successful he saw potential for still more development. “I think we can drive more promotion of our iconic activities in Fiji, and build more travel beyond to the United States, for example by promotion of our code share with American Airlines, which takes us to 40 American cities. I think for an airport Wellington could well turn out to be a best kept secret, another one-stop solution through Nadi into San Francisco and other US ports.”...



Medical drones

Robin Kamira is a pioneer in the commercial use of drones in New Zealand. She has a plan for trialling safer drone operations that has gained enthusiastic support from the CAA.

In the proposed venture drones could be delivering medicine to remote, rural Northland communities by March next year.
Her company, Medical Drones Aotearoa, plans to begin a trial delivery of medical supplies to Mitimiti, near Hokianga, in November 2017 and aims to start its first regular service by March, pending CAA approval...



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