Author: The Economic Times

SpiceJet in talks with lessors to induct aircraft

India's SpiceJet Ltd said on Friday it was in talks will lessors globally to induct aircraft, in an effort

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Jet Turbulence: IndiGo poaches over 100 pilots

IndiGo is hiring more than 100 Boeing 737 commander level pilots, primarily those exiting Jet Airways , as the

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Lenders trying to revive Jet Airways by management change: Source

Lenders led by the SBI  are trying to revive debt-laden Jet Airways  by change in management as they feel

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Stakes rise for Boeing as EU, Canada step up scrutiny of 737 MAX after crashes

Europe and Canada said they would seek their own guarantees over the safety of Boeing’s 737 MAX, further complicating

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View: It is not for soldiers to question why, but it must be asked, how did Pulwama happen?

Speaking at the 80th raising day of the Central Reserve Police Force (CRPF), National Security Adviser Ajit Doval said

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Leaving on a Jet plane…Nah!

Spot fares across airlines on Mumbai-Chennai route are touching Rs 26,000; Jet pilots say no flying from April 1

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IAF asks for fresh ammo as Pakistan moves up F16s, takes terror camps to FATA

The Air Force has asked the government to urgently purchase fresh ammunition for its fighters amid continuing tensions after

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With a formal offer to SBI, Etihad seeks to fly out of Jet

Jet Airways’ financial problems took a turn for the worse on Tuesday with partner Etihad formally asking State Bank

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Enhanced Saudi stakes in India will work better for Indian diplomacy

India's relations with Saudi Arabia since 2006 is an example of a dynamic that has enmeshed diversified strategic orientations

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Indian Coast Guard ship INS Vijit visits Indonesian port of Sabang

Indian Coast Guard ship INS Vijit is on a four-day visit to the Indonesian port of Sabang to highlight

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