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Govt gets 45 proposals for its Rs 2,500 flight scheme; first flight likely in March

Govt gets 45 proposals for its Rs 2,500 flight scheme; first flight likely in March

The first flight is likely to take off in March under the government’s ambitious regional connectivity scheme, which has received as many as 45 initial proposals from 11 bidders.

Second runway & more; that’s what Watsa funds can do to BIAL

Second runway & more; that’s what Watsa funds can do to BIAL

The civil aviation ministry’s nod to India-born Canadian billionaire Prem Watsa’s investment in Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) is expected to speed up the process of adding a second runway and spur other investments in Karnataka.

FY17 is not going to be as good as FY18 for aviation: Kapil Kaul, CAPA South Asia

FY17 is not going to be as good as FY18 for aviation: Kapil Kaul, CAPA South Asia

If you look at the growth in last three years which is over 20% and I see no reason why it cannot be closer to 20% in the next two years. I am quite certain that there is tremendous growth traffic upside going forward and this is not going to be only applicable to next two years.

INS Betwa to be uprighted in couple of months

INS Betwa to be uprighted in couple of months

Missile frigate INS Betwa, which tipped over while undocking on December 5 last year, is likely to be set upright in another two months as the Indian Navy on Monday signed a contract with a marine salvage firm for ‘righting’ the boat.

India, UAE ties to turn strategic during crown prince’s Republic-day visit

India, UAE ties to turn strategic during crown prince’s Republic-day visit

India will conclude Comprehensive Strategic Partnership with ?UAE, which until now has been a key strategic ally of Pakistan.

Manohar Parrikar seeks report over shortage of medals

Manohar Parrikar seeks report over shortage of medals

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has sought a report over the short supply of medals which have forced soldiers to buy duplicate ones from the market. Defence sources said the situation has been such that only a handful of medals have been officially issued over the last 7-8 years while over 10 lakh are pending. “The […]

Cambodia cancels military exercise with US

Cambodia cancels military exercise with US

Cambodia has informed the United States that it is canceling an annual joint military exercise this year, even though planning for the event had already begun, officials from both countries said Monday.

Delivery of 2 A320neo planes to Air India delayed

Delivery of 2 A320neo planes to Air India delayed

The delivery of first two Airbus A320neo planes to Air India has been delayed by a month due to engine issues and the national carrier is now expected to induct these more fuel-efficient aircraft next month.

44 airports have potential for operations under UDAN

44 airports have potential for operations under UDAN

About 44 airports across the country have “high potential” for operations under the ambitious Regional Connectivity Scheme

Boeing launches skill development programme for front-line workers in MSMEs

Boeing launches skill development programme for front-line workers in MSMEs

US aircraft maker Boeing Inc today launched a skill development programme in association with the aerospace manufacturing firm Jaivel to train front-line workers in the MSME segment in aerospace industry.

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