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Indonesian military plane crashes in Java, killing three

Feb 10, 2016

Indonesian military plane crashes in Java, killing three

An Indonesian military plane crashed into a house in a densely populated area during a test flight Wednesday, killing the pilot and two people in the building, an air force official said. #NewsTracker #Indonesia #military aviation #Indonesian military plane
Indigo expands its wings in India and abroad, to launch 10 new flights

Feb 09, 2016

Indigo expands its wings in India and abroad, to launch 10 new flights

The budget carrier would now operate more than 20 daily services to Dubai from eight Indian airports -- Bengaluru, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kozhikode, Mumbai and Thiruvananthapuram. #Business #IndiGo Airlines #Aviation #CompanyWatch
SpiceJet plans to start door-to-door cargo delivery service

Feb 09, 2016

SpiceJet plans to start door-to-door cargo delivery service

According to SpiceJet, domestic cargo is logging a 15-17 percent year-on-year growth. #Business #Aviation #Kingfisher Airlines #SpiceJet #CompanyWatch #Cargo traffic
Gujarat gets its wings: India's first aviation park with an airstrip and training school to be set up in the state

Feb 08, 2016

Gujarat gets its wings: India's first aviation park with an airstrip and training school to be set up in the state

To strengthen the aviation sector in Gujarat, the state government has planned to set up the country's first-ever Aviation Park here having a slew of facilities including an airstrip, training school, helipad and space for setting up small manufacturing units among others. #Gujarat #NewsTracker #Aviation Park #GUJSAIL
Why so serious? DGCA needs to loosen up over the Sonu Nigam's Jet Airways 'concert'

Feb 06, 2016

Why so serious? DGCA needs to loosen up over the Sonu Nigam's Jet Airways 'concert'

Sometimes, our regulators take themselves too seriously. They need to lighten up. Jet Airways suspending its cabin crew after they allowed Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam take over the aircraft cabin PA system is a case in point. #Jet Airways #InMyOpinion #DGCA #Sonu Nigam #Shareworthy #Civil aviation requirement #MA Deviah
Like it or not, DGCA is right in suspending Jet Airways crew after Sonu Nigam's mid-air 'concert'

Feb 05, 2016

Like it or not, DGCA is right in suspending Jet Airways crew after Sonu Nigam's mid-air 'concert'

In a somewhat similar sense, it is best to not copy international practices mid-air and take a rather conservative approach to safety by eschewing mid-air singing or dancing in the Indian airspace. #Jet Airways #Aviation #ConnectTheDots #SpiceJet #DGCA #Sonu Nigam #Safety violations
Controversy erupts after Jet suspends five cabin crew over Nigam's in-flight 'concert'

Feb 05, 2016

Controversy erupts after Jet suspends five cabin crew over Nigam's in-flight 'concert'

The DGCA has summoned Jet Aitways officials on 10 February over the issue. When contacted, a Jet Airways spokesperson said that he was not aware of it. #Bollywood #Civil Aviation Ministry #Jet Airways #CompanyWatch #DGCA #Sonu Nigam #Civil aviation requirement
Somalia airline blast, two injured; pilot fears it was caused by bomb

Feb 03, 2016

Somalia airline blast, two injured; pilot fears it was caused by bomb

A blast that ripped a hole in a commercial airliner shortly after take-off from Somalia's capital was probably caused by a bomb, the pilot who landed it safely claimed today. #NewsTracker #Somalia #Airplane blast #Daallo Airlines #Somalia Civil Aviation Authority