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COVID-19 Cuts Aviation Demand And Revenues: IATA

Airlines are following the guidance of the World Health Organisation (WHO) and other public health authorities to keep passengers safe, the world connected, and the virus contained

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China's Aviation Regulator Says Supports Airline Mergers Amid Virus Outbreak

The Civil Aviation Administration of China will continue to lobby authorities to subsidise airlines hurt by travel curbs due to the coronavirus, Xiong Jie, a CAAC spokesman, told a media briefing, adding that more fees would be waived for carriers.

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Boeing Sees Airline Profits Hit, Stagnant Air Cargo Market Due To Virus

Boeing started the year with zero overall sales in January for the first time in decades, while rival Airbus had its strongest showing in at least 15 years.

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Airlines Scour The World For Scarce 737 MAX Simulators

"Boeing is recommending that all 737 MAX pilots undergo training in a 737 MAX simulator prior to flying the aircraft in commercial service," the company told Reuters on Tuesday evening.

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Airlines Re-Route Flights Away From Iraq, Iran Airspace After Missile Attack On US Troops

Tehran fired more than a dozen ballistic missiles from Iranian territory against at least two Iraqi military bases hosting US-led coalition personnel, the US military said on Tuesday.

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Realise Your 2020 Travel Resolutions With Cathay Pacific

The airline’s Jan On Plan On campaign provides travellers with added reason to travel more during 2020 with fares starting from INR 28,092 when booked before 21stJanuary, 2020.

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High Risk Involved, Avoid Pakistan Airspace: US Tells Its Airlines

"Exercise caution during flight operations. There is a risk to US civil aviation operating in the territory and airspace of Pakistan due to extremist/militant activity," said the US FAA.

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Airlines, Airports Spend A Record $50 Billion On Improving The Passenger Experience

Investment has resulted in significantly higher passenger satisfaction and shorter queues

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P&W Engine Woes Continue, One More IndiGo A320 Neo Grounded

Budget carrier IndiGo today grounded one more A320 Neo fitted with Pratt&Whitney engine due to "oil chip issue" taking the total number of such planes on ground to seven.

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No VIP Culture In Airports At All: Aviation Minister

Aviation minister Jayant Sinha today denied that "VIP culture" was prevalent at Indian airports, saying that leeway given is only for security reasons.

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Grounded: Ryanair Cancels Flights Of Another 400,000 Customers

Ryanair cancelled the flights of another 400,000 customers and scrapped a bid for Alitalia on Wednesday, in a plan to keep its pilots on side and draw a line under its rostering fiasco.

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A Firm Hand On The Till

The implementation of the GST has greatly inspired us, convincing us that it is possible to achieve anything in this country if the government takes the role of a lead entrepreneur and pushes reforms

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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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Airlines Hope For A Delayed Take Off

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

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With GST, Airlines Might Face Taxation Air Pockets

While the Goods and Services Tax (GST) is set to be in place from July 1, lack of clarity on certain areas pertaining to airlines business have raised concerns of higher operational costs, according to industry executives.

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