Chinese vice premier stresses reforms in administration for airspace

09:25, June 18, 2011      

Email | Print | Subscribe | Comments | Forum 

Chinese Vice Premier Zhang Dejiang said on Friday that greater efforts should be made to expand reforms in institutional mechanisms and administration for airspace during the 12th five-year-plan period (2011-2015).

While addressing a national working meeting on air traffic control held in Beijing, Zhang said a priority of the work for the 12th five-year-plan period would be to improve efficiency for mobilization and utilization of airspace resources.

"Efforts should also be made to wage a full-scale building regarding other fronts ranging from basic theories, regulations, personnel training, infrastructure, to scientific innovation," said the Chinese vice premier.

It is also imperative to properly solve the most urgent problems hampering development of aviation and causing concerns of the public, so as to enhance the capability of providing quality air traffic control and ensure safety in air travel, said Zhang.

"The 12th five-year-plan period is a vital time for speeding up transformation of the mode of development, along with deepening reforms in air traffic control," said Zhang, who stressed that unswerving efforts should also be made to explore and establish a new set of air traffic control mechanisms which suits China's national and military conditions.

  Weekly review  


  • Do you have anything to say?


Special Coverage
  • Xi Jinping visits Italy, Cuba, Uruguay, Chile
  • From drought to floods
Major headlines
Editor's Pick
  • Transgender people encouraged to participate in politics
  • Chemical leak happens in Puyang County, China's Henan
  • Rainstorm halts Chengkun railroad, stalls 5,000 passengers
  • "Red song" concerts celebrate CPC's 90th founding anniversary
  • Confucius Institutes symposium held in Budapest, new Confucius Classroom unveiled
  • Beautiful scenery of Lushan Mountain
Hot Forum Discussion