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The Rise And Growth Of Airport Lounges

Airport lounges understand travellers with different cultures, behaviour, and needs. With comfort come accessible facilities like nursery rooms, kids’ rooms, prayer rooms etc.

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Qatar Airways Announces Direct Flights To Osaka, Japan From 6 April 2020

The operation will initially begin with a five times weekly service, increasing to a daily service from 23 June 2020.

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Aviation Regulators Free Up Mahindra's GA8 Planes To Fly

The GA8 is typically used for skydiving, tourism, air patrols, medical evacuations and humanitarian missions in remote locations

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Aviation Regulators Lift Grounding Order On Mahindra's GA8 Planes After Probe

The single-engine GA8 is manufactured in Australia by Mahindra Aerospace, a unit of India's Mahindra and Mahindra Ltd, and there are 228 of the planes worldwide, 63 of which are registered in Australia, according to CASA.

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Boeing To Make $50 Million In Payments To 737 MAX Crash Victims' Families

The 737 MAX, Boeing's best-selling jet, was grounded globally in March following the Ethiopian Airlines crash after a similar Lion Air disaster in Indonesia in October. The two crashes killed 346 people.

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Committed To Boosting India’s Aviation Space: Palash Roy Chowdhury, Managing Director, India, Pratt and Whitney

Pratt & Whitney is the world’s leading maker of aircraft engines, both fighter, and commercial. Its F 135 & F 119 engines are powering the fifth-generation fighter aircraft F 35 & F 22 Raptor. With India on the lookout for engine capability to leapfrog into the world of aerospace, Manish Kumar Jha of BW Businessworld caught up with Palash Roy Chowdhury, Managing Director - India, Pratt and Whitney during the Paris Air Show 2019 to discuss the possibilities of cooperation.

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Norwegian Air CEO Steps Down, Sees 737 MAX Flying In Oct

The jets have been grounded worldwide since March following two fatal crashes and Norwegian Air has said the disruption could scupper its plans to return to profitability this year.

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India Proposes Opening Up Insurance, Aviation Wider To Help Revive Growth

Modi has set a target of growing India into a $5 trillion economy by 2024-2025 from $2.7 trillion

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Aviation: Ready For Take Off

Boeing sees India “as a core growth market for the future”, where it Makes in India and builds a 21st century aerospace ecosystem

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Budget Wish List: Infra Allocation May Go Up Rs 60,000 Crore

Aviation, Railways, Roads, Logistics Sector need more attention in this Budget

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SpiceJet Plane Overshoots Runway On Landing, None Hurt

The incident, which occurred around 8.15 pm, was a result of heavy rain and wind, the official said.

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The Project For the world's First electric Passenger Plane ALICE Takes Off; Will Redefine The Future Of The Aviation Industry Worldwide.

ALICE, the name for the world's first electric passengers aircraft will soon be the reality in the history of aviation. Conceptualized by Israeli company Eviation and designed by Italian multinational, The Magnaghi Group, ALICE may redefine the aviation industry worldwide through the first all-electric aircraft in the history of world aviation. ALICE will have low noise & zero emissions with quiet and emission free engine.

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Airbus To Launch New A321 With Nearly 200 Orders

Boeing boss Dennis Muilenburg on Sunday said he expected to announce orders for wide-body jets at the show but his main focus at the event is safety.

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Civil Aviation Minister Says Confident Airline Capacity Problems Will Be Solved

The airline and its lenders have been searching for new investors, while employee unions have been calling for government intervention.

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US Regulators Say Some Boeing 737 MAX Planes May Have Faulty Parts

The affected parts “may be susceptible to premature failure or cracks resulting from the improper manufacturing process,” the FAA said.

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