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AAI chairman inaugurates central air traffic flow management in Delhi

AAI chairman inaugurates central air traffic flow management in Delhi

Dr. Guruprasad Mohapatra, Chairman, Airports Authority of India (AAI) formally dedicated the Central Command Centre, Air Traffic Flow Management, at New Air Traffic Services Complex here on Thursday.

Gen Rawat likely to visit Eastern Command tomorrow

Gen Rawat likely to visit Eastern Command tomorrow

Army Chief Gen Bipin Rawat is likely to visit the strategically important Eastern Command tomorrow during which he will review the security situation in the region and preparedness along the border with China.

L&T, Reliance, M&M bet on higher defence budget

L&T, Reliance, M&M bet on higher defence budget

Plans of companies like Larsen & Toubro, Mahindra & Mahindra and Reliance Infrastructure are riding on the government’s budgetary allocation for defence.

Delhi airport bags Corporate Social Responsibility award in aviation sector

Delhi airport bags Corporate Social Responsibility award in aviation sector

GMR Group-led consortium Delhi International Airport Ltd. (DIAL) on Sunday said it has bagged the prestigious Golden Peacock Award for Corporate Social Responsibility in the aviation transport sector for 2016.

Air India increases fuel surcharge for overseas flights

Air India increases fuel surcharge for overseas flights

International air travel is set to get costlier as Air India on Thursday increased the fuel surcharge component in fares on several routes. The move comes in the backdrop of a rise in jet fuel costs. On routes from India to south-east Asia and Australia, the fuel surcharge has been revised by $15-$35 (Rs 1,000-RS […]

US Pacific commander admits US-India jointly tracking Chinese submarines

US Pacific commander admits US-India jointly tracking Chinese submarines

Admiral Harry Harris, the United States Pacific Command (USPACOM) chief, admits “there is probably nothing that could prevent China from sailing an aircraft carrier into the Indian Ocean today

Airbus rallies late to take sales crown from Boeing

Airbus rallies late to take sales crown from Boeing

Airbus’ and Boeing’s fight for supremacy of the skies continue into 2016. The two titans of the aviation industry have been going head-to-head with one another every year for the past two decades.

India to identify border fencing construction done by Myanmar

India to identify border fencing construction done by Myanmar

Indian authorities on Thursday asked a Naga delegation to accompany officials in identifying the areas of ongoing fencing construction along the India

India eyes to cut defence budget by 50% within a decade: Subhash R Bhamre

India eyes to cut defence budget by 50% within a decade: Subhash R Bhamre

Nearly $14 billion worth of defence offset obligations would be discharged in India by foreign original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) by 2028, MoS for Defence Subhash R Bhamre said on on Thursday

Nose wheel snag, pilot error may have led to Jet flight veering off runway

Nose wheel snag, pilot error may have led to Jet flight veering off runway

A snag in nose wheel steering or a pilot error may have led to the veering of Jet Airways Mumbai-bound Boeing 737 flight at Goa airport on Tuesday morning. The incident took place at 4.45 am when the aircraft carrying 154 passengers and seven crew was lining up for take off at the runway. Ten […]