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India Among Top Three Market For Oman Air: Paul Gregorowitsch

Within the last year, the Sultanate of Oman and the Republic of India have agreed to increase the number of flights between the two countries

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Aerospace: Soaring Altitudes

Several Indian corporates are eyeing a huge chunk in the aerospace manufacturing pie, traditionally dominated by government owned firms

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Air India Break-up An Option As Prime Minister Pushes For Quick Sale

India is considering selling state-owned Air India in parts to make it attractive to potential buyers, as it reviews options to divest the loss-making flagship carrier, several government officials familiar with the situation said

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Air India To Add LA, Houston In Its List Of US Destinations

Air India said it plans to expand its base in the US by adding Los Angeles and Houston as new destinations, a day after launching the state- carrier's first direct flight from Delhi to Washington DC

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IndiGo Says Keen Only On Air India's International And Low-cost Units

India's leading airline IndiGo stressed that it was keen to buy only state-owned carrier Air India's international operations and its low-cost arm Air India Express, if India does proceed with plans to carve up and sell the carrier

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Honeywell Unveils Its “Connected Flight” In India

The technology not only offers seamless communication and entertainment possibilities to passengers but also enables the airline to take informed decisions on board to save costs by energy efficient navigation, avoiding flight delays and helping on-time repair and maintenance

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Jet Airways Shares Jump Amid Stake Sale Buzz

Shares of Jet Airways surged over 3 per cent amid reports that the carrier was in exploratory talks to sell stake to Delta Air Lines

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Cabinet Approves Plan To Privatise Air India

India approved plans on Wednesday to privatise debt-laden Air India, the first step of a process that could see the government offload an airline struggling to turn a profit in the face of growing competition from low-cost rivals

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Airlines Hope For A Delayed Take Off

Keeping up with the new format is giving the sector sleepless nights

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SpiceJet's Ajay Singh Meets US Vice President Pence

SpiceJet says it has been one of the most efficient airlines operating in the fastest growing aviation market in the world

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Air India, Jet Start Extra Flights To Doha

Air India and Jet Airways will start additional flights to Doha from this week to bring back stranded Indian nationals, after some Gulf countries led by Saudi Arabia cut ties with Qatar

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AirAsia CEO Shelves Low-cost Flights To Europe 'For Now'

Budget carrier AirAsia X is giving up on the idea of low-cost, long-haul flying to Europe for now, and will concentrate on growth in Asia instead, AirAsia chief executive officer Tony Fernandes said

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Qatar Says Fighter Jets Deal Shows Deep US Support

Qatar is facing a severe economic and diplomatic boycott by Saudi Arabia and its regional allies who cut ties last week, accusing it of funding terrorist groups, a charge Doha denies

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