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SpiceJet All Set To Seal $10 Billion Deal With Boeing For 737 Jets

SpiceJet is set to seal an order for at least 90 new 737 jets from Boeing as the low-cost carrier targets an expansion to tap into India's booming air travel market

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PMO Seeks Detailed Performance Report Of Air India

The government-run carrier reported operating profit of Rs 105 crore, the first time since the merger of erstwhile Air India and Indian Airlines

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On 'Win-Win' Runway, Aviation No More Rich Man's Tarmac: Raju

Buoyed by passenger growth and headway in bridging the skill gap, the minister describes 2016 as a 'rather significant and a very meaningful year' for aviation

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Suburban Train Derails In Thane

No casualty reported in the mishap that took place around 6 am when five coaches of Ambernath-bound Kurla local train derailed

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Iran Says It Sealed Boeing Deal At Half Price

Airbus's contract to sell 100 jets to IranAir, signed on Thursday, would be worth $18-$20 billion at list prices, but the head of IranAir has been quoted as saying the value of the contract would not exceed $10 billion

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Biometric Security Check May Soon Be Reality At Airports

Without much fanfare, authorities have carried out a pilot project using biometric system at Hyderabad international airport recently

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Airbus Seals Deal With Iran For Sale Of 100 Aircraft

The contract includes 46 of the narrow-body A320 family which includes the A321 model, 38 long-haul A330s and 16 of Europe's newest long-range model, the A350

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GoAir's Christmas Campaign Offers Fares Starting At Rs 999

Booking period is until December 31, while travel period will be from 9 January to 15 April for 23 sectors operated by the airline

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Swiss Earns IATA Fast Travel Platinum Award

Swiss CEO Thomas Klühr accepted the prestigious distinction from IATA in a ceremony at Swiss's Kloten headquarters

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JICA Promotes Mumbai–Ahmedabad High Speed Railway Project

The memorandum signed by Indian and Japanese entities will facilitate consulting work for the project that links the country's two important cities

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Ride-Hailing Firms Welcome Liberal Indian Taxi Policy Blueprint

A committee set up by the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways recently published its findings, stating that India needed one regulatory framework for the taxi industry to promote mobility and discourage car ownership

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Airlines To Pay Fine If Their Planes Empty Human Waste While Flying

Green panel tells the DGCA to 'issue directions that aircraft on landing shall be subjected to surprise inspection to see that human waste tanks are not empty'

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Boeing Airplane Unit To Cut More Jobs In 2017

The job cuts come as Boeing and rival Airbus face slowing demand for new aircraft, particularly twin-aisle jetliners such as the Boeing 777 and Airbus A330

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