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Russia interested in producing aircrafts in India: Nirmala Sitharaman to Lok Sabha

Nov 28, 2014

Russia interested in producing aircrafts in India: Nirmala Sitharaman to Lok Sabha

The Indian government has welcomed the Russian interest and is committed to enhancing bilateral investment and trade cooperation. #India #Narendra Modi #Russia #International trade #Nirmala Sitharaman #Vladimir Putin #trade #Civil aviation #Bilateral ties #Make In India #Civil Aircraft
RS Question Hour disrupted over naming of Hyderabad domestic airport

Nov 26, 2014

RS Question Hour disrupted over naming of Hyderabad domestic airport

Congress on Wednesday disrupted the functioning of Rajya Sabha over the naming of Hyderabad domestic airport, contending that Rajiv Gandhi's name has been removed and should be restored, a demand rejected by the government. #Rajya Sabha #NewsTracker #Rajiv Gandhi #Hyderabad #Civil Aviation Minister #Rs #N. T. Rama Rao #domestic airport #Gajapathi Raju #Anand Bhaskar Rapolu
Ferguson verdict: Amid protests St. Louis-bound flights rerouted

Nov 25, 2014

Ferguson verdict: Amid protests St. Louis-bound flights rerouted

The Federal Aviation Administration is diverting some St. Louis-bound flights to other airports because of reports of gunshots fired into the sky in Ferguson following a grand jury's decision not to indict the white police officer who fatally shot a black 18-year-old. #NewsTracker #Protests #Grand jury #FAA #Ferguson #The Federal Aviation Administration #Ferguson verdict
Windscreen of plane scheduled to fly Aviation minister cracks before take-off

Nov 19, 2014

Windscreen of plane scheduled to fly Aviation minister cracks before take-off

A Delhi-bound IndiGo aircraft, scheduled to fly Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju and other passengers, developed a windscreen crack minutes before its take-off from Nagpur airport on Tuesday evening. #India #NewsTracker #IndiGo #Nagpur #Civil Aviation Minister #Ashok Gajapathi Raju
China unveils sophisticated stealth fighter aircraft

Nov 12, 2014

China unveils sophisticated stealth fighter aircraft

ZHUHAI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China unveiled a sophisticated new stealth fighter jet at an air show on Tuesday, a show of muscle during a visit by U.S. President Barack Obama for an Asia-Pacific summit. China hopes the much-anticipated J-31 stealth aircraft, developed by the Aviation Industry Corp of China (Avic), the country's top aircraft maker, will compete with U.S.-made hardware in export markets. #Business #China #Japan #Technology #France #Middle East #Aviation #Italy #Argentina #United Kingdom #Latin America #opinion
Govt effects bureaucratic reshuffle, shifts over 35 joint secretaries

Nov 04, 2014

Govt effects bureaucratic reshuffle, shifts over 35 joint secretaries

The Appointments Committee of Cabinet, led by the prime minister, had on 18 June cancelled the appointment of Choubey as additional secretary in the Prime Minister's Office. #NewsTracker #UIDAI #Ministry of Civil Aviation #Ministry of Power #Appointments Committee of Cabinet #BS Bhullar
Gujarat Minister demands restarting of Air India flights to Delhi, Mumbai

Oct 07, 2014

Gujarat Minister demands restarting of Air India flights to Delhi, Mumbai

Gujarat minister wrote a letter to the civil aviation minister asking him to resume Air India's flights on New Delhi-Vadodara and Mumbai-Vadodara routes. #Gujarat #air india #NewsTracker #Civil Aviation Minister #Air India flights #Delhi-Vadodara #Mumbai-Vadodara
Red Eyes: Low-cost, late-night flights to be launched soon

Sep 26, 2014

Red Eyes: Low-cost, late-night flights to be launched soon

Tata Sons-Air Asia joint venture is planning to launch late night domestic flights with low fares. #India #NewsTracker #Aviation #Tata Sons #Air Asia #air travel #plane #Flight #Red eyes #late night flights #low cost flights
DGCA cancels over 150 'irrelevant' regulations, weeds out 4,700 files

Sep 19, 2014

DGCA cancels over 150 'irrelevant' regulations, weeds out 4,700 files

Besides DGCA, the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security has also identified 160 circulars for repeal. #Pilots #NewsTracker #Aviation #DGCA #Regulating Aviation #Aviation rules #Director General of Civil Aviation
Over 35,000 airlifted by Indian carriers from floo-hit J&K

Sep 18, 2014

Over 35,000 airlifted by Indian carriers from floo-hit J&K

While Air India permanently stationed two aircraft to fly out stranded people and patients free of cost from Srinagar and Leh, private airlines and non-scheduled and charter operators too mounted additional flights to evacuate affected people #air india #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #Aviation #Omar Abdullah #Kashmir #Floods #Indian Carriers #Rescue Operations #Relief work #Floods in Jammu and Kashmir #Jammu and Kashmir floods casualties #Death in Jammu floods #Kashmir floods