Nordson EFD Introduces the Latest Innovations in Jet Dispensing Technology
August 25, 2015
Nordson EFD, a Nordson company (NASDAQ: NDSN), the world’s leading precision fluid dispensing systems manufacturer, introduces innovative piezoelectric jetting technology that removes the barrier between speed and accuracy. EFD’s new PICO® Pµlse™ valve and PICO Toµch™ controller make it possible to dispense very exact, repeatable micro-deposits as small as 0.5 nL at up to 500Hz continuous, with 1500Hz maximum bursts – an industry best.
Libyan Airlines starts flights to Sfax
August 24, 2015
Libyan Airlines, which took delivery of a new Airbus 330 on Wednesday, has announced the start of a twice-weekly service between Tripoli’s Mitiga airport and Sfax.
The flights on Monday and Wednesday are in addition its daily service to Tunis which began after Tunisia lifted its ban on Libyan carriers earlier this month. Libyan Airlines is in addition running two"...
Tunisia allows Libyan flights after 6-month shutdown
August 19, 2015
Tunisia said it would reopen its airspace to flights to and from Libya on Tuesday as safety standards in its neighbour's airports had improved.
Tunisia, hit by two major militant attacks this year, has banned the flights since March, fearing more violence could spill over from Libya where two rival governments, Islamist militants and other militias are vying for power.
August 17, 2000: Baghdad airport reopens
August 17, 2015
Iraq officially reopens its international airport, but there are no aircraft, passengers or cargo to handle. Transport and Communications Minister Ahmad Murtada told reporters on the tarmac of the Saddam International Airport that its facilities are now ready “and we are expecting the arrival of aircraft” from friendly countries. Murtada slammed the embargo that “has prevented Iraqi citizens from using the airport for 10 years. There is no international resolution banning flights to Iraq. It is a US-British-Zionist"...
Libya govt calls for Arab airstrikes against ISIS
August 17, 2015
Libya's internationally recognised government appealed to Arab countries to carry out airstrikes against the local Islamic State (ISIS) affiliate, which is expanding its hold on the coastal city of Sirte.
The statement late on Saturday came after the ISIS affiliate seized control of a new neighbourhood in Sirte. The militants shelled the area, killed a senior cleric and"...
Monastir, Ennfidha-Hammamet airports see passenger numbers fall (TAV TUNISIA)
August 13, 2015
“Terrorist attacks in Bardo and Sousse caused passenger numbers to fall drastically in the airports of Monastir and Ennfidha-Hammamet,” said Güçlü Batkin, CEO of TAV Tunisia.
Only 1.400 million passengers are expected in 2015 in the two airports operated by TAV against 3.300 millions in 2014, Batkin said after a meeting Wednesday with Prime Minister Habib Essid in La Kasbah.
VIDEO: TNT launches freighter flight to Tunisia
August 9, 2015
TNT has launched a flight between its main European air hub in Liege and Tunis, the capital city of Tunisia.
The service will operate five times weekly via Marseilles, with flights arriving in Tunis every weekday before start of business and leaving the city in the evening.
The benefits for customers are: late departures for exports to Europe, early arrival times for imports, higher weight limits, short transit times to and from other cities served by TNT. The route will be operated by a Boeing 737-400 aircraft.
Tunisia’s Syphax Airlines suspends operations
August 4, 2015
Tunisia-based Syphax Airlines has temporarily suspended all flights to and from Tunisia as of July 30, following the “sudden and surprising decision” by IATA to suspend it from the IATA Billing and Settlement Plan (BSP), the carrier said in a statement.
IATA said the Tunisian airline had been suspended from the BSP due to “non-compliance with the Passenger Agency Conference Resolutions concerning payment of outstanding overdue balances.”
Tunisian airline halts all flights
August 2, 2015
Tunisia's private Syphax Airlines has temporarily halted all flights, it said, citing a decision by the International Air Transport Association (IATA) to suspend all activity with the airline.
"After the surprise ... decision by IATA, Syphax ... has been forced to suspend all flghts from and to Tunis from July 30, the airline said in a statement late on Thursday.
TNT expands to Tunisia
August 1, 2015
TNT is now calling on Tunis, the capital city of Tunisia, from its main hub in Liège, with a stop in Marseilles, France. The service will operate five times a week, with arrivals in Tunis every weekday morning, allowing early delivery for goods imported to Tunisia. The return flight will be in the evening for late-export departures to Europe.
The new service will have a weight limit of 500 kilograms per palletized shipment and short transit times to and from other cities in Europe and Africa served by TNT. The"...
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