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King Power to spend $340 million to buy remaining Asia Aviation stake

Thailand's King Power Group, the nation's largest duty free retailer, said it plans to spend 12 billion baht ($340 million) on buying the remaining 60 percent of Asia Aviation Pcl.

King Power to spend $340 million to buy remaining Asia Aviation stake

China buys 100 Airbus H135 helicopters

A Chinese consortium has ordered 100 H135 twin-engine helicopters from Airbus Helicopters which will be assembled in Qingdao city, the aviation major said today.

China buys 100 Airbus H135 helicopters

Jet Airways to launch Hyderabad-Sharjah flight from August

Private full-service carrier Jet Airways today announced launch of an additional flight on the Hyderabad-Dammam Mangaluru-Sharjah route from August.

Jet Airways to launch Hyderabad-Sharjah flight from August

State TV: PM Aleksandar Vucic cancels visits to EU and US in protest

Serbia's state TV says Serbian Prime Minister-designate Aleksandar Vucic has canceled his visits to Brussels and separate talks with American officials after reports in a pro-government newspaper that the EU and U.S. ambassad

State TV: PM Aleksandar Vucic cancels visits to EU and US in protest

Centre looks to make flying fun; here’s how

Aviation ministry proposes slew of passenger-centric measures

Centre looks to make flying fun; here’s how

AAI conferred national award for best performing central PSU for Green Energy

The award was received by Shri A. K. Misra, ED (Engg) on behalf of AAI. As part of Clean Climate commitments, AAI’s efforts towards Solar Roof Top Projects which was initiated way back in 2010 with visionary approach toward

AAI conferred national award for best performing central PSU for Green Energy

India’s Ramco Systems to power MRO provider, Patria Helicopters

Aviation software provider Ramco Systems has secured an order from Patria Helicopters AB (PHAB), the authorised service centre in the Nordic region for mixed fleet of AgustaWestland, Bell and Airbus Helicopters to implement R

DGCA directs airlines not to carry out fumigation with passengers onboard

All airlines have been directed not to carry out any disinfectant or insecticide fumigation with passengers onboard as it could effect fliers' health.

DGCA directs airlines not to carry out fumigation with passengers onboard

Flydubai to set up India development centre in Hyderabad

Low cost carrier Flydubai will set up its first Indian Development Centre (IDC) in Hyderabad.

Flydubai to set up India development centre in Hyderabad

Shimla gets air link after four years

The Queen of Hills, as Shimla was fondly called by the British colonial rulers, on Thursday finally got wings after a gap of nearly four years with a private airline starting regular flights.

Shimla gets air link after four years

Modi government working on air ticket cancellation fee norms: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Government is working on new norms with respect to ticket cancellation fee amid concerns that airlines have been levying high charges on passengers.

Modi government working on air ticket cancellation fee norms: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Government mulls policy on airfares; discussions at ‘highest level’

The government has started discussions at the "highest level" to put in place a policy on airfares, including possible cap, as concerns persist over steep fluctuations in air ticket prices.

Government mulls policy on airfares; discussions at ‘highest level’

Civil Aviation ministry to soon announce new norms for ticket cancellation

The Civil Aviation Ministry is likely to announce soon new norms for ticket cancellation, baggage and denied boarding, amid the increasing number of complaints on these issues.

Civil Aviation ministry to soon announce new norms for ticket cancellation

DGCA suspends five Air Pegasus pilots

DGCA has suspended five pilots of Air Pegasus for serious safety violations and has warned that the regional airline would be barred from flying new routes unless the lapses are addressed at the earliest.

DGCA suspends five Air Pegasus pilots

Dassault Aviation ready to sign Rafale deal, ball in India’s court

Dassault Aviation is ready to sign a contract with India at any moment, but the ball is in India's court, chief executive Eric Trappier told French daily Les Echos in an interview published on Tuesday.

Dassault Aviation ready to sign Rafale deal, ball in India’s court

Land acquisition for expansion of Kanpur airport begins

The land acquisition process for the expansion of Chakeri airport here has started, a senior official said today. The airport is expected to be operational again by the end of 2017.

Land acquisition for expansion of Kanpur airport begins

Pressure on yields may hit profitability: Jet Airways

Jet Airways on Friday said constant pressure on yields could impact its profitability in future amid enhanced competition and discounted fares.

Pressure on yields may hit profitability: Jet Airways

Aviation companies fly high in Q4; should you invest in Jet Airways, IndiGo or SpiceJet?

The benchmark BSE Sensex plunged over 4 per cent in the past one year till May 26, 2016, while shares of Jet Airways and SpiceJet soared 65 per cent and 248 per cent, respectively, during the same period.

Aviation companies fly high in Q4; should you invest in Jet Airways, IndiGo or SpiceJet?

2 years of Modi govt: Second year good for aviation, but more needed says KPMG’s Amber Dubey

Second year of Modi Government has been good for aviation, but lot more needs to be done. The anti-competition ‘5/20 Rule’ should have never been there in the first place. NCAP is expected to still retain it, albeit, in a

2 years of Modi govt: Second year good for aviation, but more needed says KPMG’s Amber Dubey

AirAsia India March quarter loss narrows to Rs 7.8 crore

On the back of higher passenger load, the low-cost carrier AirAsia India today said it further narrowed its net loss in the March quarter to Rs 7.86 crore, while the revenue soared 179 per cent to Rs 196 crore.

AirAsia India March quarter loss narrows to Rs 7.8 crore

GoAir offers: No-frills airline announces special fares, baggage scheme for students

No-frills airline GoAir today announced special fares and additional baggage allowance for students, undertaking travel for admission purposes or returning home.

GoAir offers: No-frills airline announces special fares, baggage scheme for students

Ministry of Civil Aviation to move aviation policy for Cabinet nod in few weeks

With consultations "almost complete", the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) now expects to place in a few weeks the much-delayed civil aviation policy before the Cabinet for its approval.

Ministry of Civil Aviation to move aviation policy for Cabinet nod in few weeks

Honeywell updates AvioIP cabin router software

Honeywell has launched version 3.0 of its AvioIP cabin router software, developed by the company’s Satcom1 asset

Hawaii plane crash: Cessna 182H tragedy kills 5

All five people abroad a small plane were killed in a crash in Hawaii on Monday. The skydiving tour plane was engulfed by flames while taking off in Hanapepe of Kauai island. County officials said four people were pronounced

Two aggressive giant spiders cause panic on Canada-bound Air Transat flight

In a shocking incident, two large hairy spiders unleashed mayhem on a Canada-bound flight as passengers screamed and stood on their seats after learning that they were sharing the cabin with the eight-legged critters.

Two aggressive giant spiders cause panic on Canada-bound Air Transat flight

Cheaper options for flying abroad: Aviation policy grounds 5/20 rule for airlines

The ease of doing business is also envisaged to be enhanced by allowing airlines to enter into code-share agreement without prior government approval as is the current norms.

Cheaper options for flying abroad: Aviation policy grounds 5/20 rule for airlines

‘Drunk air marshal removed from United Airlines flight to Los Angeles’

An armed US air marshal was removed from a packed Los Angeles-bound United Airlines plane at Heathrow airport after the captain found that he "stank of booze".

‘Drunk air marshal removed from United Airlines flight to Los Angeles’
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