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Mallya's once prized private jet now being torn apart and sold as scrap

Apr 15, 2015

Mallya's once prized private jet now being torn apart and sold as scrap

Mumbai firm Silent Enterprises had announced a work order on 1 April and the process of dismantling started on 6 April. #Business #NewsTracker #Kingfisher Airlines #Vijay Mallya #Mumbai International Airport #Silent Enterprises
Asiana Airlines plane skids off runway in Japan, leaves 22 injured

Apr 15, 2015

Asiana Airlines plane skids off runway in Japan, leaves 22 injured

Asiana Airlines passenger plane skids off runway in Japan injuring 22 people #Japan #NewsTracker #South Korea #Asia #Asiana Airlines
Now Vistara brings in-flight entertainment for all, biz class even gets tablets

Apr 14, 2015

Now Vistara brings in-flight entertainment for all, biz class even gets tablets

Premium passenger carrier Vistara has selected avionics major BAE Systems' in-flight entertainment (IFE) system to provide preloaded content to its passengers across all three cabin classes in its fleet of Airbus A-320 aircraft. #airlines #BAE #Vistara #Inflight entertainmen
IndiGo annouces bonus for pilots, cabin crew

Apr 08, 2015

IndiGo annouces bonus for pilots, cabin crew

However, the airlines is also facing attrition with many of its pilots are being poached away by the Gulf-based carriers. #Business #Pilots #IndiGo Airlines #CompanyWatch #Salary #bonus #Civil aviation #Cabin crew
Air traffic controllers in France launch 2 day strike, hundreds of flights cancelled

Apr 08, 2015

Air traffic controllers in France launch 2 day strike, hundreds of flights cancelled

Hundreds of flights to and from France were expected to be cancelled Wednesday as air traffic controllers launched a two-day strike over working conditions. #World #Strike #Airline #Paris #News #Air France #Flights
SC rejects Kingfisher's plea challenging Rs 372 Cr TDS demand

Apr 07, 2015

SC rejects Kingfisher's plea challenging Rs 372 Cr TDS demand

The IT department had initiated proceedings against airlines in 2011 alleging that the carrier failed to remit the TDS from employees' salaries and other payments with the government. #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Kingfisher Airlines #Karnataka High Court #Tax Deducted at Source #Justice Ranjan Gogoi #Justice NV Ramana
Anarchy in the cockpit: Air India co-pilot attacks captain on Jaipur-Delhi flight

Apr 06, 2015

Anarchy in the cockpit: Air India co-pilot attacks captain on Jaipur-Delhi flight

An Air India aircraft, on its way to Delhi from Jaipur, witnessed some tensions between the captain and co-pilot on Sunday evening, leading to the co-pilot beating up his captain #India #air india #Delhi #airlines #DGCA #News #Jaipur #stress #Mental disorder #Germanwings
Emirates invests $6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

Apr 06, 2015

Emirates invests $6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

All Emirates cabin crew go through a comprehensive initial training program, which is required by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, as well as additional specific training for the use of onboard medical equipment. #Aviation #CompanyWatch #malaria #Dengue #Emirates Airlines #trauma #Medical emergency #UAE General Civil Aviation Authority #Hypoxia #CPR
Emirates invests $ 6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

Apr 06, 2015

Emirates invests $ 6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

Dubai-based Emirates Airlines has invested more than USD 6 million to train crew for onboard emergency care. #World #Investment #airlines #Dubai #News #Emirates #emergancy #6 million
IndiGo pushes back delivery of two leased Airbus A320

Apr 05, 2015

IndiGo pushes back delivery of two leased Airbus A320

The domestic budget carrier currently has 94 aircraft in the fleet as against its target of 96 planes by the last fiscal. #Aviation #CompanyWatch #IndiGo #Singapore Airlines #Airbus A320 #Tiger Air