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Railway Budget for Uttar Pradesh 2018: New projects announced! Total outlay at Rs 7,685 crore; details here

Railway Budget for Uttar Pradesh 2018: Modi government has announced many game changing projects to enhance UP's Railway network. Currently, there are 73 on going railway projects in Uttar Pradesh, wo

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AirAsia X begins Kuala Lumpur-Jaipur direct flight service

AirAsia X, the long-haul arm of the Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Berhad, has commenced its services to Pink city from Kuala Lumpur with the maiden flight arriving at the Jaipur International Airpo

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Israel to give 750,000 euros to Air India for launching Delhi-Tel Aviv flight

Air India will get a one-time grant of 750,000 euros from Israel for launching direct flights between New Delhi and Tel Aviv, which is likely to be launched next month, a senior Israeli official said

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Singapore Airshow: China’s COMAC to deliver first plane in 2021

China's state-owned plane-maker said today it expects to deliver its first home-grown passenger jet to a customer in 2021 as the world's second largest economy seeks to challenge the dominance of Boei

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Vistara $8.5 billion order said to pit Airbus against Boeing

Vistara, the Indian affiliate of Singapore Airlines Ltd., is in talks with Airbus SE and Boeing Co. to buy jets worth as much as $8.5 billion as the carrier seeks to tap India’s growing middle class

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Indian Railways revises its decision; only ground, first floor of Mumbai’s CSMT to become museum

Indian Railways has revised its earlier decision to convert the entire Chhatrapathi Shivaji Maharaj Terminus (CSMT) building into a museum and now only the ground and first floors would be considered

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Delhi weather: At least 22 trains cancelled due to cloudy Tuesday morning in city

It was a generally cloudy morning with shallow fog here on Tuesday and the minimum temperature was recorded at 11.6 degrees Celsius, two notches above the seasons's average, the weather office said.

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Boeing’s $50 bln services revenue target would need acquisitions, says CEO Stan Deal

Boeing Global Services' target of more than tripling annual revenue to $50 billion in as little as five years will require acquisitions, the CEO of Boeing's services unit said on Tuesday.

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Air India to connect Mumbai with San Francisco; to up frequencies to Australia

Buoyant over the success of its direct flight to San Francisco from New Delhi, flag carrier Air India may soon connect the American West Coast with the city with a direct flight from this summer.

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Cabinet approves investment proposal for umbrella highway sector programme Bharatmala Pariyojana

The Cabinet has accorded approval to the investment proposal for the umbrella highway sector programme Bharatmala Pariyojana (BMP) Phase I for development/upgradation of 34,800 km of National Highway

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India remains fastest growing domestic aviation market in 2017, says IATA

India remained the world's fastest growing domestic aviation market for the third straight year in 2017 as economic and network expansion bolstered the sector, according to global airlines' body IATA.

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Boeing may express interest in Canada fighter jet bid, says executive

Boeing may express interest in a jet fighter competition in Canada despite a recent trade row, but is still studying the matter, a senior executive said on Monday.

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Railways cites dip in mishaps, credits track renewal

With its ambitious track renewal programme going ahead full steam and more unmanned level crossings being eliminated, data from Indian Railways shows a decline in train accidents.

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IATA chief Alexandre de Juniac warns about rising cost of airport expansion

The "skyrocketing" costs of expanding airport infrastructure must be controlled to keep flight tickets affordable, the boss of airline industry group IATA warned today.

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Boeing should decide on new mid-sized jet this year to meet 2025 target, says GE executive Chaker Chahrour

Boeing Co needs to make a decision on whether to launch a new mid-sized jet this year to be able to deliver it to customers by around 2025, a GE executive said on Monday.

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Dubai keeps rank as world’s busiest international airport

Dubai International Airport says it has held on to its No 1 ranking as the world's busiest airport for international travel, after seeing some 88.2 million passengers in 2017.

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Qantas will let one Boeing 787 option lapse, undecided on others, days CEO Alan Joyce

Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd will let one of its 15 options over Boeing Co 787-9 Dreamliner jets lapse in February and will make a decision on some others in a "few more months", its chief executive

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Train status: Misty Monday morning in Delhi, railways cancel 10 trains

It was a misty morning in the national capital on Monday with the minimum temperature recorded at 6.3 degrees Celsius, three notches above the season's average, the weather office said.

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Guwahati to be the hub for Centre’s UDAN project

The Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoloi International Airport in Guwahati will be the centre for project UDAN in the North East region and ASEAN, Airports Authority of India (AAI) Regional Executive Directo

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Costly fuel to crimp Air India Express FY18 net to under Rs 200 crore

Air India Express, the international low-cost arm of the flag carrier, may see a plunge in profit in fiscal 2018 at around Rs 200 crore, down from Rs 297 crore booked in the previous year, driven down

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Indian Railways, for these workers, has offered this big benefit

For the first time, Railways will have a database of workers engaged by contractors in non-operational areas such as housekeeping, cleaning, consultancy, training and other such services, thus keeping

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Several trains cancelled in Mumbai, terminated after rail fracture

After the train services on the Western Railways (WR) line were disrupted following a rail fracture between Umroli Road and Boisar railway stations, several trains were cancelled and short terminated

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Metro services on Yamuna Bank-Vaishali section to be affected tomorrow

Train services on the 8.7 km stretch between Yamuna Bank and Vaishali metro stations will be affected for two hours in the afternoon tomorrow due to maintenance work, officials said.

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Jayant Sinha makes big claim; says air travel cheaper than auto-rickshaws

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha today claimed that air travel in the country was now cheaper than travel by auto-rickshaws on per kilometre basis.

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Malaysian Airports to sell stake in Hyderabad airport operator for Rs 484 crore

Malaysian Airports Holding Berhard will sell its entire 11 per cent stake in GHIAL, which operates the Hyderabad international aerodrome, for Rs 484 crore, according to a regulatory filing.

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GMR buys out Malaysia Airports from Hyderabad airport for Rs 484cr

In an exchange filing today, GMR said it will acquire 4.15 crore shares which converts into 11 per cent in the airport company from Malaysia Airports Holding and its Mauritius subsidiary, subject to a

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Railways rethinking on flexi-fares, says Piyush Goyal

The Ministry of Railways is having a rethink on flexi-fares and bringing in a dynamic pricing system that will help increase occupancy and enhance revenues, Railway Minister Piyush Goyal said today.

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