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Singapore Airlines flight hit by turbulence in Mumbai, 22 injured

Oct 19, 2014

Singapore Airlines flight hit by turbulence in Mumbai, 22 injured

The turbulence-hit aircraft was not grounded and it was fully operational. The Airbus A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner manufactured by Airbus. #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Singapore #Flight #A380
How a cleaner's mop caused a midair flood on a Qantas A380 flight

Oct 15, 2014

How a cleaner's mop caused a midair flood on a Qantas A380 flight

A torrent of water which gushed into the cabin of a Qantas superjumbo, raining down on some passengers' heads, could have been caused by cleaning mops loosening a pipe coupling, an inquiry said on Wednesday. #Airline #Flood #Qantas superjumbo #Qantas A380 flight
First commercial super jumbo jet A380 to land in India today

May 30, 2014

First commercial super jumbo jet A380 to land in India today

Singapore Airlines on Friday will become the first airline to start commercial operations of the world's largest passenger aircraft, Airbus 380, in India. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Aviation #Singapore Airlines #A380
Lufthansa, Emirates not keen on flying Airbus A380 despite lifting of ban

Jan 28, 2014

Lufthansa, Emirates not keen on flying Airbus A380 despite lifting of ban

India today allowed operation of the world's largest aircraft but only at four of its airports and that too after airlines fulfill several conditions.Till now, the Government has been resisting A380 landings into the country. Reasons have varied from lack of airport infrastructure to protecting domestic, loss making airlines from sliding further. #China #NewsTracker #Germany #Airbus #USA #DGCA #UAE #Lufthansa #Singapore Airlines #Emirates #A380
Govt may scrap restrictions on airlines' global ops, Tata-SIA could benefit

Jan 14, 2014

Govt may scrap restrictions on airlines' global ops, Tata-SIA could benefit

Existing rules require Indian carriers to be in operation for at least five years and have 20 aircraft to be eligible to fly international routes. Civil Aviation minister Ajit Singh told reporters that New Delhi would seek the federal cabinet's approval by next month to "scrap this rule". #Kingfisher Airlines #Tata Sons #GoAir #Vijay Mallya #AirAsia #DGCA #Lufthansa #Airbus A380 #SectorWatch #British Airways #Singapore Airlines #Ajit Singh #Emirates #SIA