Qual é a distância entre Vancouver e Canberra ?

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Distância de Vancouver a Canberra

A distancia é 12730 km ou 7910 milhas ou 6874 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Map – Shortest path between Vancouver and Canberra
Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Vancouver e Camberra
O mapa é usando uma projeção que faz a terra e oceanos muito mais amplo perto do pólo sul e pólos norte. O título / curso / rolamento durante um voo varia na maioria dos casos. Roteiro com base na imagem da NASA.

A posição de Vancouver
Latitude: 49 ° 17 ‘Norte
Longitude: 123 ° 07 ‘Oeste
posição inicial: 243.8 ° Oeste-sudoeste
A posição de Canberra
Latitude: 35 ° 17 ‘Sul
Longitude: 149 ° 08 ‘do leste
posição inicial: 45,8 ° Nordeste
título final: 63,8 ° leste-nordeste

Fonte : timeanddate.com > Distance Calculator

Qual é a distância entre Santiago do Chile e Brisbane com escala em Vancouver?

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Distância de Santiago para Vancouver

A distancia é 10529 km ou 6543 milhas ou 5685 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Santiago e Vancouver

Map – Shortest path between Santiago and Vancouver



Distância de Vancouver a Brisbane

A distancia é 11851 km ou 7364 milhas ou 6399 milhas náuticas
A distância é a distância do ar teórica (distância ortodrômica). Voar entre aeroportos dos dois locais pode ser uma distância diferente, dependendo da localização dos aeroportos e via real escolhida.

Mapa – caminho mais curto entre Vancouver e Brisbane

Map – Shortest path between Vancouver and Brisbane



A distancia é 22380 km ou 13907 milhas ou 12084 milhas náuticas

Fonte : timeanddate.com > Distance Calculator

Wellcamp seeking approval for one-off international passenger flight

A Cathay Pacific Boeing 747-8 at Wellcamp Airport on Monday 23 November 2015 (Lenn Bayliss)

Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport is seeking approval to have a group of Australian business representatives depart for China in October.

The delegation, which is being organised by the Toowoomba and Surat Basin Enterprise (TSBE), would be the first international passenger flight to depart from Australia’s newest airport.

“Regulatory approval will be sought from both the Chinese and Australian governments to allow the AccessChina’16 Business Delegation to leave Brisbane West Wellcamp Airport bound for Shanghai on Sunday, 23 October,” TSBE said in a statement on Friday.

Wellcamp opened its doors to regular public transport (RPT) flights in November 2014. Currently, QantasLink, Regional Express and Airnorth operate domestic passenger flights from the airport.

Also, the airport’s owners Wagners have been keen to develop the facility as a new freight hub for Australian producers to export their goods to Asia and beyond.

In November 2015, Cathay Pacific brought a Boeing 747-8F to Wellcamp for a one-off freighter service, the first international flight from the airport, which picked up about 75 tonnes of cargo such as chilled beef, mangoes, pecan nuts, grains and some heavy machinery bound for Hong Kong and beyond.

Wagners chairman John Wagner said he supported the TSBE efforts to engage with China.

“This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to network with likeminded people who deal regularly with China,” Wagner said.

“TSBE has strong business connections in Shanghai and Beijing and I think this is a fantastic opportunity to access key players in the world’s biggest economic powerhouse.”

TSBE chief executive officer Ben Lyons said Australian businesses from a range of different industries stood to benefit from the recent free trade agreement with China.

“It’s not just about beef or infant formula, whilst China consumes across all commodity groups I would encourage people in the services sector be it health, education, construction, tourism, finance and investment to carefully look at this flight as an opportunity to investigate what those opportunities are,” Dr Lyons said in a statement.

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority finalises organisational overhaul

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Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) chief executive Mark Skidmore has said his organisation’s new corporate structure is almost complete.

The overhaul of CASA’s organisational structure, which was first announced in November 2015, has resulted in three main groups.

In his monthly CASA Briefing column for May, Skidmore named the men and women to lead the revamped CASA under his leadership.

First, a stakeholder engagement group, led by former senior Airservices executive Rob Walker, whose role would be to ensure the regulator’s communications with the aviation and broader community was consistent and that information was delivered effectively.

Second, an aviation group to be led by Graeme Crawford would “manage and deliver all collaboration and interaction with the aviation community. This includes entry control, surveillance, regulatory services, standards setting, regulatory development and regulatory implementation”.

Third, Tracey Frey heads up a sustainability group that provides internal and external support functions.

Skidmore said the new structure would “build stronger and more effective internal relationships, helping to break down any ‘silos’ ”.

“The reinvigoration of CASA’s leadership team has been completed and the final touches are being made to CASA’s new structure,” Skidmore said.

“Our new structure has been carefully developed to better align CASA’s activities with our responsibilities to the aviation community.”

“These changes set the platform for developing and implementing a range of reforms to CASA that will fundamentally alter the way the organisation delivers its safety regulation responsibilities.”

Meanwhile, Skidmore said Jonathan Aleck would be in charge of the Legal Affairs, Regulatory Policy and International Strategy Branch, while Simon Frawley would manage CASA’s finance branch.

Industry groups have expressed concerns about the slow pace of change at CASA, and in April The Australian Aviation Associations’ Forum proposed changes to the Civil Aviation Act, arguing Australia’s “highly prescriptive approach to aviation safety” had “hindered the development of the industry for little discernible safety benefit”.


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Caltex Socceroos go down to England

Socceroos playmaker Tom Rogic on the ball in front of England Captain Chris Smalling.


The Caltex Socceroos lost 2-1 to England on Friday night (Saturday morning Australian time) in a valuable test ahead of their final phase of World Cup qualifying later this year.

Goals to Manchester United duo Marcus Rashford and Wayne Rooney gave the hosts a 2-0 lead.

But an Eric Dier own goal gave Australia some late hope.

After going down to a second minute goal by rising star Rashford – the Manchester United striker clinically finishing from close range after a deflection fell kindly – the Australians calmly worked their way back into the contest.

With Tom Rogic a constant outlet at the tip of a midfield diamond, the Socceroos created some half chances and dominated possession for the remainder of the half.

Robbie Kruse and Rogic had long-range shots on goal as Australia’s possession play took the large crowd in Sunderland out of the equation.

England struggled to gain a foothold on the game but did look dangerous going forward with Raheem Sterling and the excellent Rashford their two main outlets.

Just on half time Aussie keeper Mat Ryan was at his best to keep out a second after a rasping drive from the edge of the box by former Sunderland player Jordan Henderson was tipped over.

At half time the hosts lead 1-0 in a game that Australia had mostly dominated but failed to convert possession into goals.

Wayne Rooney came on in the second half to reprise his appearance as a sub when the teams last met in 2003.

The Socceroos pressed early in the second 45 with Rogic fashioning another effort, his long-range effort sailing over the bar.

But inevitably with Australia pushing forward the visitors were caught out by England’s speedy counter attack. And it was Rooney who punished them.

Sterling was set free on the left after Australia lost possession in the middle of the park and the City man squared it to United’s captain who smashed home England’s second on 55 minutes.

A double substitution was made straight after with Chris Ikomomidis and Matt McKay coming on for Jamie Maclaren and Massimo Luongo.

With the game really opening up England Nathaniel Clyne could have made it three – he powered a shot wide of Ryan’s goal.

Australia opened up England’s defence with Mooy’s neat ball into Kruse’s feet enabling him to gain a sight of goal but Fraser Forster kept it out in the Three Lions goal.

Shortly after Millner’s low effort fizzed past Australia’s post with the English looking to kill off the game.

Tomi Juric and Milos Degenek were substitutions for the final 20 minutes as Australia pressed on.

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And it was Degenek whose quality low cross from the right was guided into his own net by the head of Spurs’ Eric Dier to make it 2-1 on 75 minutes. It made for an intriguing final stage of the game as Craig Goodwin and Jackson Irvine came on for the last 10 minutes for the Aussies. But with Australia’s bench all but emptied it was difficult to find any rhythm and the hosts held on to register a second friendly win ahead of the Euros after their 2-1 win over Turkey last Sunday.  Australia now head back home to face Greece in Sydney and Melbourne.


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Hyundai A-League transfer wrap for season 2016/2017 -Mark Bridge

Mark Bridge (Chiangrai United) The Wanderers club legend is heading to Thailand having been with Western Sydney since their inception. Bridge scored 26 goals in 112 appearances in Red & Black.


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Hyundai A-League transfer wrap for season 2016/2017 -Jerrad Tyson

Jerrad Tyson (Western Sydney Wanderers) The goalkeeper has re-joined Tony Popovic’s squad from Perth Glory. The 26-year-old is yet to concede a goal in his three appearances in Red &Black.



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