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TaxiBot: Revolutionizing Aviation Industry

Taxibot is a semi-robotic equipment used to taxi the aircraft from its bay to the take-off zone without using engine power. This process would help save the environment as CO2 emissions corresponding to taxiing of aircraft for every mission would be saved.

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Deepening economic crisis: Chidambaram brings up aviation, telecom

Deepening economic crisis: Chidambaram brings up aviation, telecom

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Are We In The Age Of Global Aviation Reformation?

Statisticians say, Aviation industry will not return to normal operations and demands level until 2022. Current global trends, on the other hand, seem to point towards a new, advanced normal. Evolution appears inevitable.

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ACI, IATA Outline Roadmap For Aviation Industry Restart

The aviation sector has been brought to a standstill and a balanced and effective restart and recovery depend on collaboration among the key participants in the global aviation ecosystem.

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Britain's Embattled Aviation Industry Demands Alternative To Quarantine

The industry body has already asked for Britain's job retention scheme to be extended beyond June, and requested a temporary suspension of some taxes airlines pay

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Frontier Airlines Rescinds Empty Middle Seat Charge After Lawmaker Pressure

The move also faced criticism during a U.S. Senate hearing on Wednesday about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the aviation industry

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IATA Calls For Global Mutual Recognition By Civil Aviation Authorities

IATA asked states to work with the aviation industry to find temporary measures to ensure that licenses and certificates critical to managing aviation safety are extended to remain valid.

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Aviation Industry Needs Govt Support To Avert COVID-19 Crisis: FICCI

FICCI also called for 100 per cent waiver on air navigation service charges to the Airports Authority of India for the next six months.

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Singapore Air's 'Greatest Challenge' Prompts Cuts Affecting 10,000 Staff

The global aviation industry is struggling to absorb shocks from the pandemic, with airlines across the world grounding fleets, placing thousands of workers on unpaid leave and seeking state bailouts to survive the crisis.

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Carbon Emissions Per Passenger Decrease More Than 50% Since 1990

"Cutting per passenger emissions in half is an amazing achievement of the technical expertise and innovation in the aviation industry," said IATA's Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac.

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Airbus Says Tougher To Meet Jet Delivery Goal After Snags

Airbus has been struggling with fresh industrial problems as production of its fast-selling A321neo passenger jet hit a snag in Hamburg, Germany, even as bottlenecks eased at some engine makers

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Jobs To Grow But Hiring Biggest Challenge In Aviation Industry

Recruiting the candidates with the right skills is the biggest challenge for HR in the aviation industry

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