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The Greatest Advantage Jet Airways Still Possesses

As of now, while the macro-economic conditions and the Covid-impact make for a very challenging case, a revival cannot be completely ruled out. An airline that was once flying high, watches with baited breath.

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Boeing 737 MAX Certification Flight Test Expected Soon

Boeing also notified airlines of a fix to address safety concerns about the placement of wiring bundles on the aircraft earlier this month.

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262 pilots in Pakistan hold fake licenses: Aviation Minister

262 pilots in Pakistan hold fake licenses: Aviation Minister

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US To Regulate Flights From India Under Vande Bharat Mission, Alleges 'Discrimination'

Air India started international chartered flights under Vande Bharat Mission from May 6 to help people stranded abroad return home amid the pandemic.

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As Air-travel Plummets, Will OTA’s Be Forced To Pivot Or Shut Down?

OTA’s that can successfully pivot may be able to weather the storm. Others may be forced to consolidate or shut down.

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Aviation Regulator Investigating AirAsia India After Pilot Alleges Safety Violations

The pilot tweeted on Sunday that he has been suspended by AirAsia India 'for standing up for safe operations of an aircraft and its passengers.'

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Jet Fuel Price Hiked By 16.3%; Petrol Up 47 paise, Diesel By 93 Paise

This is the second straight increase in jet bfuel price this month. Rates were hiked by a record 56.5 per cent on June 1.

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Will The Indian MRO Industry Finally Take Off?

With the tax policy changes, India’s MROs have for the first time been able to start to see light at the end of the tunnel. Significant Capex coupled with additional policy alignment is still required. As these issues are gradually addressed, MRO’s in India’s may finally take-off.

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Boeing Takes Embraer To Arbitration Over Failed Aviation Deal

US planemaker abruptly broke off the deal after Embraer took Boeing to arbitration

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India Air Travel Restart Hits Chaos And Cancellations

The confusion will make it even harder for airlines to recover from the impact of a two-month lockdown to contain the novel coronavirus that has already cost tens of millions of dollars in lost revenue

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Will Airports Be Able To Attract Private Investment?

Aviation is one of the worst impacted sectors and airport investors are staring at significant challenges. Key valuation drivers such as land around the airport, traffic flows and ancillary streams are impacted.

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Airlines To Follow Ticket Price Rules As India Resumes Some Flights

Airlines should adhere to the lower and upper limits of fares set by the ministry, it said in a notice, but it did not give details on the amounts.

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SOPs For Air Traveler Out As Domestic Flights Begin from May 25

AAI issues detailed Standard Operating Procedure (SoP) for air traveler as domestic flights resume from May 25. Passengers would require to wear mask, reach airport 2 to 4 hours before scheduled departure among others

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Lufthansa In Advanced Talks For State Rescue Deal Worth About $10 Billion

The concept includes a 3 billion euro loan from the state-backed bank KfW and a convertible bond, which can be exchanged for a further 5% stake plus one share in the event of a public takeover offer by a third party.

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Domestic Flight Operations To Start In 'Calibrated Manner' From May 25

The government said on May 20 that the domestic flight operations would begin in a "calibrated manner" from May 25. Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri took to Twitter to announce the news.

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