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MH370 found? Aircraft debris located in the Indian Ocean belongs to Boeing 777

Jul 30, 2015

MH370 found? Aircraft debris located in the Indian Ocean belongs to Boeing 777

Air safety investigators have a "high degree of confidence" that aircraft debris found in the Indian Ocean is of a wing component unique to the Boeing 777, the same model as the Malaysia Airlines plane that disappeared last year, a U.S. official said on Wednesday. #World #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #Plane crash #Boeing 777 #debris #Malaysia Airlines #MH370
Kingfisher Airlines caused Rs 290 cr loss to AAI, says CAG

Jul 30, 2015

Kingfisher Airlines caused Rs 290 cr loss to AAI, says CAG

Bogged down by mounting debt and operational issues, the Vijay Mallya-owned KFA was grounded in 2012 after aviation regulator DGCA cancelled its licence. #Business #CAG #Civil Aviation Ministry #Kingfisher Airlines #CompanyWatch #Vijay Mallya #AAI
Debris very likely from Boeing 777, says Malaysian PM after wreckage found in Indian Ocean

Jul 30, 2015

Debris very likely from Boeing 777, says Malaysian PM after wreckage found in Indian Ocean

Wreckage washed up on a remote Indian Ocean island is "very likely from a Boeing 777", Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak said on Thursday as speculation mounted it could be from MH370 that vanished mysteriously over a year ago with 239 people, including five Indians, on board. #NewsTracker #Indian Ocean #Malaysia #Boeing 777 #Malaysian Airlines #MH370
Earnings take off: Jet Airways, SpiceJet shares fly high in sluggish market

Jul 29, 2015

Earnings take off: Jet Airways, SpiceJet shares fly high in sluggish market

SpiceJet counter witnessed hectic trading activity, clocking volumes of over 1 crore shares #Aviation #airlines #Load factor #Crude prices #Jet fuel #Earnings
Price caps on airline fares: Is the aviation ministry divided on pricing regulation?

Jul 24, 2015

Price caps on airline fares: Is the aviation ministry divided on pricing regulation?

If the airlines want more people to travel, they need to have a realistic pricing system,which means price caps on domestic airfares. #India #NewsTracker #Aviation #airlines #Mahesh Sharma #Ashok Raju
Watch: Drunk passenger on plane gets beaten up, tied with seat belts and tape

Jul 23, 2015

Watch: Drunk passenger on plane gets beaten up, tied with seat belts and tape

A drunk passenger on a flight from Hong Kong to Vladivostok in Russia on Siberia Airlines misbehaved so badly that he had to be tied down. #Life #NewsTracker #Russia #Seat belt #plane #Flight #Drunk passenger #Siberia Airlines
Seven months after taking over, SpiceJet's Ajay Singh pledges 34 percent stake

Jul 20, 2015

Seven months after taking over, SpiceJet's Ajay Singh pledges 34 percent stake

At least more than one-fifth of SpiceJet shares have been pledged, with its promoter Ajay Singh pledging nearly 34 per cent of his stake in the low-cost carrier. #Business #NewsTracker #SpiceJet #airlines #Ajay Singh
Australia 'sickened' at new MH17 footage, which shows Russian-backed rebels sift through wreckage

Jul 17, 2015

Australia 'sickened' at new MH17 footage, which shows Russian-backed rebels sift through wreckage

Australia said on Friday it was "sickened" after new footage emerged purportedly of Russian-backed rebels rummaging through the luggage of passengers killed after Flight MH17 was shot down over Ukraine, as a ceremony marked the disaster's one-year anniversary. #World #Australia #NewsTracker #Russia #Ukraine #Malaysia Airlines #MH17