Home » Archives by category » Global News (Page 4)
GAA SpeedJet Aviation partners Jet Airways to train students at Mumbai Airport

GAA SpeedJet Aviation partners Jet Airways to train students at Mumbai Airport

GAA SpeedJet Aviation, a partnership between Gulf Aviation Academy and domestic aviation training institute SpeedJet Aviation, has tied up with leading private carrier Jet Airways to provide on-ground training to its students from the current batch of cabin crew and ground staff. Jet Airways offered students lessons in ground duties – including airport check-in, passenger and cargo handling at T2 terminal of the Mumbai international airport.

Unravelling the Mystery of Brahmaputra River Issue

Unravelling the Mystery of Brahmaputra River Issue

Any activity by China on the Brahmaputra River creates a furore in India. China is the upper riparian state, has not entered into any water sharing agreement and is carrying out projects for hydroelectric power in her territory. She is also expected to divert the waters of Brahmaputra River to the North from Great Bend. It is necessary to take a balanced and holistic view of the issue and how India should handle it.

America Must Stand by India-and Pressure Pakistan

America Must Stand by India-and Pressure Pakistan

Third, the United States should appreciate—rather than take for granted—India’s long-standing, if perpetually strained, policy of strategic restraint. Recently, India announced that it will seek to diplomatically isolate Pakistan from all forums. The United States should aid this effort in every way, including laying out clear steps that Pakistan must undertake to avoid being labeled […]

India-Russia Joint Military Exercise Indra-2016 Begins in Vladivostok

India-Russia Joint Military Exercise Indra-2016 Begins in Vladivostok

The eighth edition of India-Russia Joint Military Exercise ‘INDRA-2016’ has begun in the Ussiriysk District in Vladivostok, Russia. Main focus of this edition of the joint exercise is on ‘Counter-Terrorism Operations in semi mountainous and jungle terrain under United Nations Mandate’. To achieve interoperability in joint operations, troops from both sides

Russian forces arrive in Pakistan for joint military drill

Russian forces arrive in Pakistan for joint military drill

Russian forces arrived in Pakistan on Friday for its first ever joint military drill that begins on Saturday, a military spokesperson said. “A contingent of Russian ground forces arrived Pakistan for first ever Pak-Russian joint exercise,” tweeted Lt.

The Proud Moment Has Arrived: Watch The Launch of Mormugao Warship

SAR Operation Off Mumbai to Locate Missing Fishermen And The Brave Naval Divers

SAR Operation Off Mumbai to Locate Missing Fishermen And The Brave Naval Divers

On 17 September 2016 morning, a fishing vessel Datta Sai suffered damage due to bad weather and sank about 30 autical Miles from Mumbai. The fishing vessel had 17 crew members on board.

IndiGo signs its first ever GDS agreement with Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform

IndiGo signs its first ever GDS agreement with Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform

This is the first time that IndiGo has struck a deal with a global GDS and the choice of Travelport as its distribution partner reflects the value the airline sees in Travelport’s Travel Commerce Platform.

The Human Face of AI – Two International Flights Land Midway

The Human Face of AI – Two International Flights Land Midway

Air India, once again, demonstrated its care and concern for passenger safety and wellbeing, when two international flights were diverted mid-way to address medical emergencies of the passengers.

Jet Airways to equip pilots on Boeing 737 fleet with iPADS

Jet Airways to equip pilots on Boeing 737 fleet with iPADS

Jet Airways will provide pilots across its Boeing 737 fleet with iPads loaded with applications to do performance calculations, view en-route and terminal charts, refer documents and checklists in digital format, thus reducing the paper in the cockpit.Jet Airways will thus become one of the first airlines in India to issue iPads to all its pilots across its Boeing 737 fleet, having received clearance from the DGCA. The airline had already made the move to a ‘less paper’ cockpit from 2007 onwards. Its B777-300ER aircraft are fitted with an ‘Electronic Flight Bag,’ which contains all the route maps, charts, aircraft manuals and associated paperwork in a digital format.