Air Transport

An airline is a company that provides air transport services for traveling passengers and freight. Airlines utilize aircraft to supply these services and may form partnerships or alliances with other airlines for codeshare agreements, in which they both offer and operate the same flight. Generally, airline companies are recognized with an air operating certificate or license issued by a governmental aviation body. Airlines may be scheduled or charter operators. The first airline was the German airship company DELAG, founded on 16 November 1909. The four oldest non-airship airlines that still exist are the Netherlands' KLM (1919), Colombia's Avianca (1919), Australia's …

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CIGI · 28 July 2022 English

He began teaching Canadian of the international trade, investment and foreign policy, first to graduate students at development regimes; the emergence of a the University of Toronto, and then through …

representatives, including the International Air Transport Association, Stuart, and others from colonized


CEL Books · 30 June 2022 English

This short book throws some light on the modern-day pathologies that are crippling the productivity, resilience, innovation and survival of our private, public and social organizations, and therefore of our …

In sectors like air transportation, failure may entail the death penalty for an organization.


AMAP · 16 June 2022 English

Letcher (Canada), Lisa Loseto (Canada), Melissa McKinney (Canada), Derek Muir (Canada), Sara Pedro (Canada), Marianna Pinzone (Germany), Trevor Porter (Canada), Amanda Poste (Norway), Frank Rigét (Denmark), Heli Routti (Norway), Christian …

low-level transport, oxidation and reduced air transport from Europe and Siberia and increased wet scavenging hotspot areas, including the Canadian as Hg air transport and deposition as a result of Arctic High Arctic


VTPI · 7 June 2022 English

This study critically evaluates the analysis methods used in typical emission reduction plans, including the types of strategies considered, models used to predict their effects on travel and emissions, and …

Clearing the Air: Transportation, Land Use and Carbon Emissions in Metro Vancouver (https://bit.ly/3rJjkE3) by the David Pollution Control Officers Association (www.caleemod.com); at www.caleemod.com/handbook/index.html. 13 DSF (2021), Clearing the Air : Transportation, Land Use and Carbon Emissions in Metro Vancouver, David Suzuki Foundation (https://davidsuzuki.org); at www.caleemod.com/ http://www.caleemod.com/handbook/index.html https://davidsuzuki.org/science-learning-centre-article/clearing-the-air-transportation-land-use-and-carbon-emissions-in-metro-vancouver


CHRC · 7 June 2022 English

41(1)(b) of the Act] The Commission must consider whether or not the other process is “more appropriate” to deal with the allegations raised in the complaint. [...] 41(1)(d) of the …

jurisdiction include: ● federal government departments, agencies and Crown corporations ● chartered banks ● airports and air transportation ● shipping and navigation (including loading and unloading vessels) ● television and radio stations ● telecommunications


AMAP · 26 May 2022 English

Mercury emissions in the Arctic region (north of 60°N) sources; The majority of the anthropogenic Hg emissions in the Arctic values calculated from the spatially distributed inventory of anthropogenic region …

low-level transport, oxidation and reduced air transport from Europe and Siberia and increased wet scavenging


AMAP · 26 May 2022 English

It also In order to address the question “What are the toxicological draws on a comparative assessment conducted for the Baltic effects of mercury (Hg) in Arctic biota?”, this chapter …

hotspot areas, including the Canadian as Hg air transport and deposition as a result of Arctic High Arctic


Environmental Defence · 25 May 2022 English

8 Mapping Out Decades of Toxic Takeover Introduction: What are ‘tailings’? Tailings “ponds” are immense open-air reservoirs designed to allow solids to settle to Tailings are the waste of the …

water extraction used to separate the oil from the oil sands, as well as the high level of toxic exposure through leaks and air transportation.


Environmental Defence · 20 May 2022 English

8 Mapping Out Decades of Toxic Takeover Introduction: What are ‘tailings’? Tailings “ponds” are immense open-air reservoirs designed to allow solids to settle to Tailings are the waste of the …

water extraction used to separate the oil from the oil sands, as well as the high level of toxic exposure through leaks and air transportation.


IRSST · 19 May 2022 French

Mission Dans l'esprit de la Loi sur la santé et la sécurité du travail (LSST) et de la Loi sur les accidents du travail et les maladies professionnelles (LATMP), la …

report 2014 - Issued April 2015", International Air Transport Association ISO 13850, 2006, Safety of machinery


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