CHINA TO FIX PUNCTUALITY: FLIGHT DELAYS SOAR AS SKY’S THE LIMIT FOR AIR TRAFFIC

IMPROVING China’s woeful civil aviation punctuality is clearly a priority for China’s air traffic controllers, and they are seeking new ways to improve a dismal record that has unleashed a wave of public disquiet. Speaking at his organisation’s annual traffic control management conference in Beijing this January, Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) head Feng Zhenglin promised to improve punctuality by better information sharing and efficiency at airports. Zhenglin has a mantra (the use of slogans and mantras are common methods of communication ...


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