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‘It Was An Exciting Journey’

S P Shukla, President (Aerospace, Defence and Steel), Mahindra Group, and chief architect of the group’s aerospace business, in conversation with C.H. Unnikrishnan

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Aviation: A ‘Scorpio’ For The Sky

After ruling the tractor and the fourwheeler market in India, Mahindra is now ready to take the aerospace by storm with its whole gamut of offerings starting from parts manufacturing to MRO services to aircraft making

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Domestic Air Passenger Traffic Surges By Nearly 16%, Says DGCA

Domestic air passenger traffic surged by nearly 16 per cent to 86.55 lakh in February over the same period last year, according to the DGCA

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Airbus Says Engine Issues Will Not Affect A320 NEO Deliveries

Airbus began rolling out the A320 NEOs in January last year and has delivered about 70 to customers worldwide so far - the bulk of them to Indian carriers IndiGo

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IndiGo Says No Financial Impact Yet Over Grounding Of A-320 NEO Planes

IndiGo airline said on Friday there was no financial impact yet from the grounding of Airbus A-320 NEO planes following issues that had arisen with the Pratt and Whitney engines fitted on them

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Aviation Accident Rate Fell In 2016, Says IATA

The global aviation accident rate has shown a decline at one accident for every 2.56 million flights in 2016 compared to the 2011-15 average, as about four billion people safely flew on 40.4 million flights last year, the IATA has said

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Aviation To Become Part Of Multi-modal Logistics Hubs: Gadkari

Aviation sector will now be a part of multi-modal logistics hubs in India to promote holistic logistics solutions, says union minister Nitin Gadkar

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IndiGo Spreads Wings To Sharjah

The Sharjah-Kozhikode flight service will start from March 20 and the Sharjah-Thiruvananthapuram service will be effective from April 8

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Air India Understated Losses, Says CAG

Losses were understated by $219 million in the year to end-March 2013, $445 million in the year to end-March 2014 and $299 million in the year to end-March 2015, the report said

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Bailout Funds To Air India May Need Rethink As Loan Limits Breached, Says CAG

India may need to reassess the amount of bailout funds given to Air India because the state-run carrier has breached loan limits set under a government restructuring plan, causing its finances to be squeezed, the Comptroller and Auditor General of India said in a report on Friday

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GMR Yet To Pay Rs 618 Crore To CISF For Guarding IGI Airport

The CISF has approached the Ministry of Home Affairs which has been trying to mediate between the force and the GMR group for an amicable settlement to the dispute

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India's Rise Into The Private Jet Industry

Most of the Kanika's clientele has a net worth of at least 10 million dollars. A private jet for a birthday party start can be anything north of Rs 60,000 an hour to Rs 2.5 lakh per hour, depending on the aircraft

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Govt Okays Rs 4,500 Crore Project To Revive 50 Airports, Airstrips

The unserved and under-served airports are to be developed 'without insisting on financial viability', a statement said

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