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Rajasthan govt inks MoUs in textile, defence, aviation sectors

Rajasthan govt inks MoUs in textile, defence, aviation sectors

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Firms In Hospitality, Aviation, Tourism Sectors Likely To Seek Loan Recast: Bankers

There may not be a rush for restructuring from corporates as only those sectors which are having cash flow problems are likely to go in for loan recast to avoid the tag of 'restructured account', bankers opined.

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India Inc On A Long Road To Recovery With Prolonged COVID-19 Lockdowns: ICRA

The economic activity started to recover from the troughs experienced in April when the lockdown was at its severest and many sectors seem to be adjusting to a new normal.

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BA Owner IAG To Raise $3.3 Billion To Ride Out COVID Crisis

Shares in IAG fell 7% to their lowest since 2012 at 167 pence, and are down 72% this year.

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'We Operated Every Single Day of Lockdown': Blue Dart Express

Blue Dart Express says it always had a first mover advantage in the air and ground express logistics industry in India thereby being acknowledged as the trade facilitator for the nation. Ketan Kulkarni, CMO & Head – Business Development, Blue Dart talks about how it played an active role in the nation’s fight against the Covid-19 pandemic by partnering with the ‘Lifeline Udan’ initiative and by transporting essential supplies to several State Governments, Municipalities, Pharmaceutical companies, Hospitals and other Research institutions.

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Jet Airways Declines 5% After Earnings

Jet Airways, which is undergoing insolvency resolution process, has reported widening of loss to Rs 5,535.75 crore in the year ended March 2019 as surge in expenses took a toll.

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CAPA Calls For 'Clear Strategy' To Deal With Challenges In Aviation Industry

Domestic passenger services resumed on May 25 after nearly two months of suspension due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown, while the ban on scheduled international flights remains in place since March 22.

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India’s Regional Airlines And Their Short-lifespans

For India, the challenge of regional airlines remains. As of this writing, five more regional airlines are in the pre-planning and launch stages.

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Over 6,50,000 Indians evacuated from abroad amid pandemic: Centre

Over 6,50,000 Indians evacuated from abroad amid pandemic: Centre

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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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