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India lifts ban on A380, but global airlines unlikely to bite the bait now

Jan 27, 2014

India lifts ban on A380, but global airlines unlikely to bite the bait now

India today allowed operation of the world's largest aircraft, Airbus 380, at four of its airports but imposed several conditions before global airlines can fly in the big birds. But global airlines are unlikely to rush in. Till now, the Government has been resisting A380 landings into the country. #Aviation #DGCA #GMR #GVK #Singapore Airlines #Emirates #Air Service Agreement #Airbus 380
Maldives, GMR in talks for out of court settlement over scrapped airport project

Jan 02, 2014

Maldives, GMR in talks for out of court settlement over scrapped airport project

The GMR project worth over USD 500 million was scrapped unilaterally 14 months back by Maldivian government which was then headed by Mohamed Waheed after lot of political domestic pressure to do so. #Manmohan Singh #NewsTracker #Maldives #GMR #airport #Mohamed Waheed #Male #Abdulla Yameen
Apollo-Cooper deal fallout sows doubt on future India M&A

Dec 31, 2013

Apollo-Cooper deal fallout sows doubt on future India M&A

India Inc's overseas ambitions rose along with China's roughly 10 years ago as the two countries courted growth outside their own economies. #M&A #China #Tata Motors #NewsTracker #Jaguar Land Rover #GVK Power #GMR #Apollo Tyres #India Inc #Ford Motor #Cooper Tire and Rubber Co
MAHB buys out GMR's stake in Istanbul airport for Rs 1900 cr

Dec 31, 2013

MAHB buys out GMR's stake in Istanbul airport for Rs 1900 cr

Earlier in March 2013, the Group had divested its stakes in GMR Energy (Singapore) Pte Ltd. The divestment of these two assets is estimated to release around Rs 3,500 crore of capital, simultaneously reducing an estimated Rs 5,000 crore of debt. #NewsTracker #GMR #Istanbul #airport #MAHB #ALAR #Rothschild Private Limited
IATA chief blames high airport fees for choking domestic aviation

Dec 29, 2013

IATA chief blames high airport fees for choking domestic aviation

High taxes on the jet fuel, which goes up as high as 40 percent in some states, coupled with higher airport charges in the form of user-development and airport development fees jack up air fares. These have had a negative impact on the passenger demand in the country. #TheySaidIt #IATA #airlines #AirAsia #DGCA #GMR #Jet #GVK #airport #Singapore Airlines #AERA #Etihad

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IATA chief blames high airport fees for choking domestic aviation

Aug 31, 2014

The iPhone 6 Should Make Mobile Ads a Bigger Deal

Marketers will keep close watch on Apple’s Sept. 9 event when it is set to introduce the iPhone 6 , the next evolution of its phone that dominates the U.S. and is central to mobile advertising. The Cupertino, Calif.-based tech giant is expected to ma... #Cupertino #Facebook #Apple, Inc. #Instagram #Faberge