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Delhi Airport Completes 1,000 Movements Of Sustainable Taxing Of Aircraft With Taxibot: DIAL

A Taxibot is a semi-robotic towbarless aircraft tractor which can tow an aircraft from a terminal gate to the take-off point and return it to the gate after landing. It aids in reducing fuel cost, improves apron usage and reduces harmful gases.

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British Airways Flies Aircraft With Emergency Aid To Delhi

The British Airways family has been deeply affected by the terrible scenes in India of the deepening humanitarian crisis that has impacted the lives of many of our people.

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Jet Fuel Price Up 6.7 %; Petrol, Diesel Price Hike Coming Soon

Petrol and diesel prices remained unchanged for the 16th day on Saturday but oil company officials indicated an increase in rates in near term.

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GoAir Bets Big On Ultra-Low-Cost Carrier Model To Consolidate Market Position

GoAir is betting big on its business expansion plans to further use its profitability and agility to cruise ahead in an ever-changing yet promising Indian aviation space.

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SpiceJet Outsources Part Of Groundhandling Ops At Mumbai Airport To Celebinas Airport Services

The Gurugram-based airline has informed the loaders and drivers that they will no longer be on its payroll from next month and they should appear for interviews at CelebiNAS Airport Services India from April 26 onwards.

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Domestic Airlines May Cut Losses To Rs 10,000cr This Fiscal: Report

A 25-30 per cent increase in debt (excluding lease liabilities) last fiscal and continuing net losses in the current fiscal will keep their balance sheets under pressure, the ratings agency said, adding high leverage will also result in continued negative outlook for the sector.

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Govt Begins Process For Inviting Financial Bids For Air India Sale, Deal To Conclude By Sep

The stake sale process got delayed due to the COVID pandemic and the government had extended five times the deadline to submit preliminary bids for the national carrier.

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AirAsia India Extends Partnership With Airbus Arm NAVBLUE

The connected and automated Operational Control Center suite enables AirAsia India to continue its focus on efficiency, meeting the challenges of a growing fleet and route network

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British Airways Appoints Moran Birger As Sales Head For South Asia, Middle East, Africa

Prior to the current posting, he was serving the airline in Tokyo as head of sales for Asia Pacific and Middle East, Japan, where he was responsible for the overall marketing and commercial operations of all the markets in the region

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Slot Allotment Issue Expected To Be Resolved Soon: Jet Airways' Stakeholders Tell NCLT

The consortium had sought the tribunal's permission to enter into a dialogue with the ministry and DGCA to resolve the issue of allotment of slots at airports.

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CCI Closes Case Against IATA; Finds No Violation Of Competition Norms

The DG submitted another report in June 2018. Later, a supplementary investigation report was submitted in November 2019.

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SpiceJet Inks MoU With Avenue Capital For Aircraft Financing

Avenue Capital Group are specialists in the field of aircraft leasing and have identified the new planes to be ordered by SpiceJet as a unique opportunity for investment

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Vistara To Roll Back Pay Cut For Select Staff Categories

The Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines joint venture airline had in June 2020 announced a reduction in salary of nearly 40 per cent of the total workforce till December 31 to deal with low cash flow amid weak passenger demand in the wake of the pandemic.

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IATA Appoints Standard Chartered Bank As Easypay Partner

IATA EasyPay is a new payment method which aids streamline payment flows within the aviation ecosystem.

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Virgin Atlantic Set To Raise 160 Million Pounds In New Financing

The deal with Griffin Global Asset Management to raise just over $230 million from the two planes was meant to enable Virgin Atlantic to repay a loan taken on as part of its rescue deal last year.

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