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Air India keeping options ‘open’ for 5 wide-body aircraft

Air India keeping options ‘open’ for 5 wide-body aircraft

The government-owned Air India is keeping all options “open” on the type of wide-body aircraft, which it plans to lease, including the latest jetliner from Airbus, A350.

Court dismisses MAS appeal, orders release of MH370 documents

Court dismisses MAS appeal, orders release of MH370 documents

Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) has been ordered to provide the relevant documents over the disappearance of Flight MH370 to 76 next of kin of passengers who filed the biggest lawsuit here.

AirAsia eyes double-digit growth with more passengers and costs control

AirAsia eyes double-digit growth with more passengers and costs control

AirAsia group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes said he is forecasting a 10% revenue growth this year after a similar jump to RM6.9bil last year.

Will start receiving ordered Boeing planes from mid-2018, says SpiceJet

Will start receiving ordered Boeing planes from mid-2018, says SpiceJet

Stating that Indian aviation market is the fastest growing in the world, SpiceJet on Monday said that it aspires to be the most profitable airline in the country.

Modi’s ambitious Udaan scheme: JSW Group led by billionaire Savitri Jindal applies for commercial flight operations

Modi’s ambitious Udaan scheme: JSW Group led by billionaire Savitri Jindal applies for commercial flight operations

JSW Group, the Indian conglomerate led by billionaire Savitri Jindal, applied under a subsidy program spearheaded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to improve flight connectivity for small towns and villages

Coming soon: Air trains for travel between terminals at Delhi airport

Coming soon: Air trains for travel between terminals at Delhi airport

In a first for the country, Indira Gandhi International Airport in the national capital will get its own dedicated free-to-use metro lines for commuters to transit from one terminal to another.

Boeing plans first European plant

Boeing plans first European plant

Boeing Co. plans to open its first ever European factory in Sheffield, northern England—delivering a vote of confidence in the U.K.’s manufacturing capabilities as the country prepares to exit the European Union.

Goa: AAI turns down Navy’s request to cut down summer flights

Goa: AAI turns down Navy’s request to cut down summer flights

Airport Authority of India (AAI) has turned down the request of the Indian Navy to reduce frequency of flights at the Goa International Airport during the summer schedule which comes into force from April.

AirAsia introduces flights from Kuala Lumpur to Bhubaneswar

AirAsia introduces flights from Kuala Lumpur to Bhubaneswar

AirAsia has added Bhubaneswar into its India network with four weekly direct flights from Kuala Lumpur, which will commence operations on April 26, 2017, making this AirAsia’s 14th route into India. This new route is operated exclusively by AirAsia Berhad.

GPS-Aided navigation system may soon be mandatory for airlines

GPS-Aided navigation system may soon be mandatory for airlines

The government is likely to come out with a notification shortly making it mandatory for Indian carriers to only induct aircraft which are compliant with the newly-developed GAGAN navigation system in their fleets from January 1, 2019.

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