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IATA Calls For Systematic COVID-19 Testing Before Departure

International travel is 92 per cent down on 2019 levels. Over half a year has passed since global connectivity was destroyed as countries closed their borders to fight COVID-19.

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Boeing Gearing Up For 787 Move To South Carolina

The decision marks a watershed moment in a decade-long saga that has seen the 787 emerge as an alternative cash cow to the 737 MAX, grounded for 18 months after fatal crashes.

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Ramco Systems Jumps 5 % After Pact With CHI Aviation

Ramco aviation software is used by over 22,000 customers to manage more than 4,000 aircraft globally to significantly reduce transaction time both during aircraft on ground conditions and critical aircraft turnarounds.

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Proposed French Environment Tax Will Destroy Jobs, Fail To Decarbonise Aviation: IATA

Airline revenues have fallen an estimated 15 billion dollars, putting about 466,000 jobs at risk, according to IATA analysis.

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Boeing 737 MAX Safety Upgrades Are 'Positive Progress' - NTSB

Aside from the FAA's final airworthiness directive, Boeing is facing reviews by foreign regulators, who are also weighing new pilot training procedures.

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DIAL Opens General Aviation Terminal For Private Jets

DIAL said the terminal has been set up in compliance with safety and precautionary measures implemented in view of the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Domestic Air Traffic Improves, Grows 34% M-O-M In August

The industry had a total of 4.01 crore passengers, marking a drop of 57.48 per cent in the same period of last year.

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737 MAX Crash Victims Seek U.S. Legislation To Block Boeing Legal Strategy

Boeing has already settled the majority of lawsuits related to the Lion Air crash but is still the target of a U.S. federal criminal probe and investigations by U.S. lawmakers and aviation and transportation authorities.

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Covid Impact: SpiceJet Q1— Loss Due To Flight Suspension

SpiceJet reported a net loss of Rs 593.4 crore for the April-June 2020 quarter (Q1) due to Covid. However, its Cargo revenue more than doubled during this period even as the company launched aggressive cost reduction plans

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PAF Aircraft Crashes In Pakistan's Attock

A PAF aircraft crashed near Shakarparian in Islamabad during rehearsals for a parade on March 23 in which a wing commander lost his life.

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Air India Plans To Operate Special Flight From Basra To New Delhi On September 17

The Indian Embassy said an update regarding the purchase of tickets will be made in due course of time.

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Take-Off For BA Owner IAG's Planned $3.2 Billion Coronavirus Capital Hike

Airline group IAG, which also owns Iberia, said in a statement that its largest shareholder, Qatar Airways Group, which has a 25.1% holding, had undertaken to subscribe for its pro-rata entitlement in the fully underwritten capital increase.

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Virgin Australia To Cull A Third Of Its Boeing 737 Fleet Under Bain Ownership

Qantas said last month it expected its domestic market share could rise to 70% from its pre-pandemic level of 60% as the market recovers because Virgin is reducing the size of its fleet.

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Ryanair Cuts Annual Passenger Target By Another 10 Million

Ryanair in July cut its passenger target to 60 million for the financial year to March 2021, from the 80 million it had forecast in May, citing higher COVID-19 cases.

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CSMIA witnesses rise in arrival of domestic passengers during Unlock 3.0

With the rising trend of business travel as the purpose of flying, the airport has observed growth in arriving passengers since August 1, 2020.

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