BAA staves off creditors with Australian sale (Guardian Unlimited)BAA, Britain’s biggest airport operator, sold off its Australian airport interests yesterday for A$775m (??340m), chipping away at its debts, which stand at ??9.3bn.

2007-11-08 15:19:45 Stocks extend losses on Bernanke remarks(AFX UK Focus) 2007-11-08 15:55 GMT: TFN NEWS BRIEFING: Aerospace and transportation highlights to 15:40 GMT (Interactive Investor)

UK Transport Dept appoints Jim Keohane deputy chairman, Civil …Forbes, NY – 16 hours ago… Transport has appointed Jim Keohane, the senior non-executive director of the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), to be the Authority’s new deputy chairman. …UK Transport Dept appoints Jim Keohane deputy chairman, Civil … – Forbes

Civil Aviation Authority to help bring transparency to sector – Gulf NewsGulf NewsCivil Aviation Authority to help bring transparency to sectorGulf News, United Arab Emirates – Nov 4, 2007By Saifur Rahman, Business News Editor Dubai: The Dubai government’s move to set up the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority (DCAA) will help bring transparency …

Accidents: Human error concern (News 24 South Africa)An aviation expert is concerned about the fact that of the 145 accidents involving aircraft last year, human error was to blame in most cases.

CAA gets rocket over helicopter firm chargeNew Zealand Herald, New Zealand – Nov 7, 2007By David Eames A District Court judge has dealt the Civil Aviation Authority a stinging rebuke for its "mean-spirited" prosecution of a small South Auckland …Pilot admits putting his passengers’ lives at risk New Zealand Heraldall 3 news articlesCAA gets rocket over helicopter firm charge – New Zealand Herald

Flight 723: pilot praised for keeping calm (Pretoria News)“From where I was sitting I could see that there wasn’t an engine where there’s supposed to be one and I thought s**t.”

Airshow ‘a barometer for regional aviation growth’ (Khaleej Times)DUBAI ? The Dubai Airshow, a biennial battleground where most leading manufacturers of civilian and military planes vie to grab media spotlight and aircraft orders, will line up 40 per cent more exhibitors than the previous edition when its opens on Sunday.