Author: Bloomberg Quint

Jet Airways Lenders Are Wary Of Extending New Loans

Jet Airways India Ltd.’s lenders are reluctant to extend additional loans to the cash-strapped airline ahead of a key

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India’s Economy Is Elephant That’s Starting to Run, IMF Says

India is on track to hold its position as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies as reforms start to

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Ban Flying Of Drones

Civilian Drones Likely To Take To Indian Skies From October

Drones for civilian purposes are likely to start flying in India from October as the civil aviation ministry expects

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After $55 Billion Dead Heat, Airbus And Boeing Chase More Deals

Boeing Co. and Airbus SE battled to a stalemate as the Farnborough air show kicked off Monday, tallying more

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Military Tightens Grip On Pakistan’s Media Ahead Of Polls

Pakistani journalist Taha Siddiqui fled to France with his family after surviving an attempted armed abduction on a busy

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Airline Passengers Are Split Over Using Phones In The Air

Whether you regard your next flight as a chance to kick back and relax or a valuable window to

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The Airline Propeller Era Is Coming To An End

A chapter of U.S. air travel came to a quiet end on July 4 when the final turboprop flight

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Airbus Is Said to Miss A320neo Goal on Pratt Engine Troubles

Airbus SE will miss its delivery target for Pratt & Whitney-powered A320neo narrow-body jets this year, after problems with

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Mattis Lands in China for First Pentagon Chief Visit Since 2014

Jim Mattis arrived Tuesday in Beijing on the first China visit by a U.S. defense secretary in four years,

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America

‘America First’ Need Not Mean ‘India Second’

Let’s suppose you’re a senior officer in an Indian manufacturer producing in, or exporting to, the United States, or

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