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SpiceJet to explore sea-plane manufacturing in West Bengal

Private low-cost carrier SpiceJet would explore the possibility of manufacturing sea-planes in West Bengal, its chairman Ajay Singh said.

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High drama in Parliamentary panel meet over Air India stake sale draft report

Most members of a parliamentary panel sought the withdrawal of a draft report opposing the disinvestment of Air India at a stormy meeting today, prompting some opposition leaders to walk out in protes

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Airbus could abandon A380 superjumbo amid lackluster sales

Airbus said Monday it will stop making the costly A380 superjumbo if it can't strike a long-term deal with the airline Emirates for a steady supply of the planes.

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Airbus wins 2017 order race after last-minute sales spree

Frenetic selling in the closing weeks of 2017 saw Airbus overhaul Boeing's recent lead in the global jet market to win their annual order contest for the fifth year running, but doubts remain over the

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Government to take big hit in bid to offload Air India stake; disinvestment to complete by 2018 end

Air India, the debt-laden national carrier, stake sale to be completed by the end of 2018, but before that, the government will assume the non-core debt, Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant S

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AirAsia offers: Now fly at Rs 99 to 7 cities in India including Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Delhi

Low-cost airline AirAsia India on Sunday said it would fly passengers from Monday to seven cities across the country at a promotional base fare from Rs 99 upwards.

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AAI plans national strategy for airports development amid growing passenger traffic

State-owned AAI plans to have a national strategy for airports development and formulation of model concession agreements amid growing passenger traffic, which is expected to touch 322 million in 2018

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Air India to take delivery of B777 plane on January 24

Air India is set to take the delivery of the first of the two B777 aircraft, which will be used to fly the VVIPs, on January 24.

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Jet Airways prohibits smart luggage on flights from January 15

Following a direction from the global airline grouping IATA, Jet Airways today said it will prohibit passengers from carrying smart luggage, which include devices with non-removable batteries, on its

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Government handing Air India over to foreign players, says Congress, CPI(M)

The Congress and the CPI(M) today strongly opposed the government's decision to allow 49 per cent FDI in the civil aviation sector and accused it of handing Air India over to foreign players.

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Singapore Airlines says options open on Air India disinvestment

Singapore Airlines today said it will keep options open on Air India stake after the government allowed foreign carriers to own up to 49 per cent in the national carrier.

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Air India 49% FDI approval: Modi is right in taking off without waiting for opposition to get on board

Air India has long been a mascot for brand India, but by 2009 the state-run carrier began reeling under a huge pile debt and its services started deteriorating.

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Dairy firm Kwality secures up to Rs 520 cr investment from KKR India

Dairy firm Kwality Ltd has secured up to Rs 520 crore investment from private equity firm KKR India to fuel its growth plans by entering new product categories.

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