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Regulatory - Chinese carriers shun EU ETS rules warning; signals retaliation
Chinese carriers are refusing to join European Union Emissions Trading Scheme (EU ETS) despite EU climate commissioner Connie Hedegaard’s warning Tuesday oftheir violation of new reporting rules.

Carriers - Gulf Air bailout plan rejected
Gulf Air (GF) is awaiting the result of deliberations in the upper house of Bahrain’s National Assembly after the lower house rejected a government proposal to recapitalize the beleaguered national carrier.

Carriers - Air France-KLM posts US$783 million quarterly operating loss, down 82pc
Air France-KLM recently announced an operating loss of EUR597 million (US$783 million) for the first quarter of 2012, down 82 per cent year on year, drawn on a six per cent increase in revenue of EUR5.6 billion.

Carriers - Atlas Air, Etihad ink ACMI agreement for 747 freighter services
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings (AAWH), parent of ACMI cargo carriers Atlas Air and Polar Air Cargo, announced Thursday that its Atlas Air unit has inked an agreement with Etihad Airways to provide Boeing 747-400 freighter service for Etihad Cargo.

Carriers - Lufthansa 747-8I flies to Frankfurt
Lufthansa’s (LH) first Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental flew to its permanent home base in Frankfurt Airport (FRA) Tuesday.

Infrastructure - Delhi mulls public private partnerships despite airport union protests
India's Ministry of Civil Aviation ministry is considering reviving public-private partnerships (PPP) to modernise 35 non-metropolitan airports and a few larger ones in major cities, after scrapping the idea in the face of airport union resistance.

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