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  • cyclic alkyl-amino carbene

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  • RSVPs will be appreciated so we have some idea how many people to prepare for-you can call CAAC at 916-457-5018 or email

    Indybay newswire

  • Mr. Li says CAAC will seek to have the C919 approved in partnership with U.S. and European regulators in an effort to win world-wide acceptance, a move that could well see Chinese jets flying over Hong Kong—and perhaps more distant points—by the end of the decade.

    China Takes the Aviation Stage

  • CAAC/Pigozzi Collection 'I Am the Same, Yet No Longer the Same' Jean Pigozzi has a men's clothing line, a new photography book and a roster of friends that includes Bono and Michael Douglas.

    A Collector's Japan-Congo Mashup

  • The Global Times said Kuang was in charge of approving airport construction projects and had influence over multimillion-dollar aircraft purchases at the CAAC.

    Graft Probe Shakes Up China's Aviation Sector

  • The CAAC holds a virtual monopoly over everything in the business, including aircraft purchases, new air routes, airport time slots and approval of new airlines.

    Graft Probe Shakes Up China's Aviation Sector

  • The airline, then called Kunpeng Airlines, discussed those problems with technicians from Embraer engine-maker General Electric Corp. and officials from CAAC at a meeting, the report said.

    Runway May Have Caused China Plane Crash

  • Xu Chaoqun, deputy director of the CAAC flight standards department, told the parties to work together to find the cause of the problems and ways to fix them, the report said.

    Runway May Have Caused China Plane Crash

  • A man in the news department at the CAAC said he was unaware of the alleged complaints and that his superiors were unavailable to answer questions because they were dealing with the aftermath of the crash.

    Runway May Have Caused China Plane Crash

  • But as would be expected, development has not kept up with demand and CAAC reports that 18 airports were at capacity by the end of 2005 and another 29 will join them by 2010.

    China Airlines to Handle 270 Million Passengers by 2010 | Impact Lab

  • Of these, just 39 account for 93.5% of total traffic while 85 handle fewer than 500,000 passengers a year, the majority operating at a loss, according to CAAC.

    China Airlines to Handle 270 Million Passengers by 2010 | Impact Lab

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