June 21, 2016 — Good morning and thank you, Carl, for that kind introduction. On behalf of the U.S. Trade and Development Agency and the U.S.-China Aviation Cooperation Program, it is my pleasure to welcome you to the 2016 U.S.-China Aviation Summit.
I want to begin this morning by recognizing our incredible co-hosts from CAAC and the FAA. Deputy Administrator Wang, we are honored to welcome you and your distinguished delegation. Thank you for being such an excellent friend to USTDA.
Verinda Fike, Country Manager, China2016-06-17 00:00:00Aviation
Earlier this month, I had the opportunity to attend a graduation ceremony for emerging leaders from China’s aviation sector. The ceremony marked the end of four weeks of training under the Air Traffic Management Executive Training program. The training has become a key feature of the U.S.-China Aviation Cooperation Program (ACP), a public-private partnership among the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, U.S. Federal Aviation Administration, Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC) and 45 U.S. companies.
BENGALURU: Observing that more Indian aircraft are flying into the US than theirs into India, Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju today called for increased two-way connectivity between the countries. Raju was speaking at the inauguration of the fifth US-India Aviation Summit here that was attended by US Ambassador to India Richard Verma, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah and US Trade & Development Agency (USTDA) Director Leocadia I Zak, among other
Diana Harbison | USTDA Director for Program Evaluations07/08/2015 - 10:10amAviation
It was late summer in Vietnam, and a last-minute schedule change meant I was in a hurry to get from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh City—leaving me no choice but to purchase a ticket at the airport. Hustling into the crowded Hanoi airport, I found the airline desk, identified a flight and presented my passport to the friendly airline attendant—who promptly wait-listed me by writing my name in a simple, lined composition notebook.