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Dec 28, 2013
India, US sign Rs 4,000 cr deal for six transport aircraftIndia has signed a Rs 4,000-crore deal with the US for procuring six more C-130J Super Hercules Special Operations aircraft for the Indian Air Force.
Dec 23, 2013
Obama warns South Sudan after U.S. military aircraft attackedHONOLULU (Reuters) - President Barack Obama was briefed by his national security team on Saturday after four U.S. military service members were wounded when their aircraft were fired upon during a mission to evacuate American citizens from chaotic South Sudan
Oct 24, 2013
Aircraft crashes while fighting Australian wildfire, pilot killedThe 43-year-old man was the only person on board the aircraft and was trying to drop water onto a blaze in extremely rugged terrain near Ulladulla.
Oct 02, 2013
Jet Airways may place large aircraft order at upcoming Dubai AirshowSources said the airline currently has about 70 Boeing 737 aircraft of which most are leased and only 6-7 are owned by the airline
Aug 20, 2013
ILFC faces 'regulatory hurdles' in taking back leased planes to KingfisherInternational Lease Finance Corp (ILFC) has said it is facing "bureaucratic and regulatory obstacles" in exporting the remaining three aircrafts that were leased to now grounded Kingfisher Airlines.
Aug 13, 2013
Air India seeks to lease 19 Airbus A320 planesAir India Ltd is seeking to lease 19 Airbus A320 short-haul aircraft as the money-losing carrier seeks to cut costs, the state-run company said on Tuesday
Jun 20, 2013
DGCA to set up panel to check carbon emissions by aircraftThe decision of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) comes at a time when the UN-body International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is working on global market-based measures to check aviation emissions.
Dec 12, 2012
China sentences three to die for attempted Xinjiang hijackingBEIJING (Reuters) - A Chinese court sentenced three men to death and another to life in prison on Tuesday for attempting to hijack a plane in its Xinjiang region in June, state media said, as Beijing cracks down on what it calls violent separatists in its far west. Passengers and air crew subdued six people who tried to hijack a flight minutes after it took off from the remote desert city of Hotan, a heavily ethnic Uighur area that had been hit by recent bouts of violence. Earlier, state media reports said two of the men died from injuries sustained on board the plane, but Uighur advocacy groups have questioned the government's account.
Sep 11, 2012
IBM Analytics Helps Jet Airways Save $6 Mn Per YearJet Airways uses advanced analytics to map the carrier's carbon emissions, optimising its fuel usage by detailed analysis of each flight.
Aug 27, 2012
Debt-ridden Air India banks on advertisements to boost revenueFlag carrier Air India, reeling under accumulated losses and loans of around Rs.67,520 crore , is planning to carry advertisements on its aircraft to mobilise additional revenue.