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  • January of 2009: Mr Wuqing Xian, vice president of NUAA, visited AVIC Intl for cooperation establishment in the possible fields.

    June of 2009: Three Partners signed the “Investment Framework Agreement” based upon practice study.

    July of 2009: NUAA and AVIC Intl formed a delegation to visit Cape Flying Services.

    November of 2009: Three shareholders signed the “Joint Venture Agreement” and “The Articles of Joint Venture Company”.

    December of 2009: JVC submitted the establishment application to CAAC for approval.

    February of 2010: JVC signed “training contract” with the 15 selected pilot instructor students and sent them to CFS for a 12-month flying training.

    April of 2010: The registered name as NUAA International Flying Academy was approved by the Industrial and Commercial Administration of NanJing.

    May of 2010: NUAA International Flying Academy got the official approval from CAAC regarding establishment.

    July of 2010: NUAA International Flying Academy got the “Business Certificate” from Industrial and Commercial Administration of Nanjing.

Airport Conditions

IATA: GRJ – ICAO: FAGG

Airport type

Public

Operator

Airports Company South Africa

Serves

George, South Africa

Elevation AMSL

195 m / 639 ft

Coordinates

34°00′24″S 22°22′51″E34.00667°S 22.38083°E

Direction

Length

Surface

m

ft

11/29

2,000

6,561

Asphalt


 
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