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The outgoing Director-General Mr Yap Ong Heng had held the appointment since July 2009 and is credited with successfully leading CAAS' restructuring after the corporatisation of Changi Airport in 2009,including the significant task of rebuilding the corporate branding and organisational culture of CAAS.
The Netherlands-based PMI has designed innovative and easy-to-use imaging solutions-its CAAS and 3mensio product lines-which deliver precise and reproducible quantitative results for cardiovascular diagnosis and treatment planning.
The delegation of the CAAS is also expected to visit SAU in the December of this year.
CAAS is a thought which believes that every city should be self- sufficient like a space station.
OAA said it has become the first non-Singaporean owned company to secure CAAS FTO approval.
Therefore, the purpose of this study was to continue to test the psychometric properties of the CAAS in both American and English-speaking Hong Kong Chinese (hereafter referred to simply as Chinese) populations.
Plans call for CAAS flight rests to begin in the summer of 2003 and first production deliveries are scheduled for fiscal year 2004.
Graham Reynolds, a CAAS member and the author of one of the chapters of the report, was scheduled to present his chapter at a symposium at the University of Toronto in early October.
The MoC was signed in Singapore by Soh Poh Theen, Assistant Director-General, CAAS and Paul Reid, Managing Director, NATS Services.
According to CAAS statistics, the amount of cultivable land affected by natural disasters has increased by nearly five million hectares in the past decade.
AFP reports that the European Commission, the EU's executive arm, also added Mauritania Airways to its black list of high-risk airlines along with new carriers from Gabon, Afric Aviation, and Kyrgyzstan, CAAS.
Under the terms of the DOA qualified Pratt & Whitney personnel in Singapore are authorized by the CAAS to locally approve repairs, modifications and deviations related to the fleet of Singapore Airlines Cargo which have PW4000-94 engines.