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Jet Airways Warns Staff Time And Funds Are Running Out

Jet Airways is looking for working capital loans but banks want the airline to show a turnaround commitment, the source said, adding that salary reduction was part of the same issue

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Indian Government Seeks Parliament Nod For $143 Million Capital Injection In Air India

Air India, which employs some 27,000 staff, said this month it was seeking a short-term loan of Rs 10 billion ($148 million) so it can continue day-to-day operations

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Centre Plans To Sell Air India Building

The proposal to sell the building to state-owned Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) also comes after the government’s efforts of Air India strategic disinvestment failed to take off

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Air India To Relaunch Its Premium Business Maharaja Class On 22 June

The premium services are to be restarted formally on that day itself, says Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha

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AirAsia Says Has Not Received Notice To Appear Before CBI

It was reported earlier that Fernandes had been asked to appear before the CBI on June 6

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Global Airlines Making Profits Despite High Fuel Cost: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects the airlines to achieve a collective net profit of $33.8 billion, at a net margin of 4.1 per cent, in 2018 compared to a record $38 billion last year

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Civil Aviation: Future Fantastic

Bye-bye long queues, boarding gates, security checks or long walks at the airport — the future of civil aviation is no less than a sci-fi movie in the making

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Govt To Upgrade Infrastructure At 3 Airports For Rs 5,082 Cr

The expansion and upgradation of integrated terminals at Guwahati and Lucknow airports would cost Rs 1,383 crore and Rs 1,232 crore, respectively

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Air India Makes History, Lands In Israel Using Saudi Airspace

Many Arab and Islamic nations do not recognise Israel and, therefore, disallow airlines from using their airspace for flight services to that country

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India Eyeing Boeing's Super Hornet In Latest Twist To Air Force Procurement

The defence ministry plans to within weeks issue a request for information (RFI), the first stage of a procurement process, for a fighter to be built in India

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IndiGo, GoAir Cancel 50 Flights

Of the 48 flights, which are not being operated as part of the curtailed schedule, 42 are of IndiGo and six of GoAir

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Government To Split Air India's Debt Ahead Of Stake Sale: Minister

Jayant Sinha said the government had already decided to split the debt into sustainable and unsustainable debt

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Indian Aerospace Start-ups Sign Maiden Contracts With Airbus

As per the contracts, Neewee’s solution, called procuSense, will enhance certainty to manufacturing supply chain and procurement operations at Airbus, using advanced analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence

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Initial Bids For Air India Stake Sale In Next Couple Of Weeks

Prime Minister Narendra Modi's cabinet gave the go-ahead last year to sell Air India, after successive governments spent billions of dollars in recent years to keep it going

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Airbus To Meet Staff Members As Possible Job Cuts Loom

Senior management representatives of Airbus will meet with the European Works Council on 7 March 2018 to explain previously announced rate reductions on the A380 and A400M programmes and to discuss associated implications for the workforce

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