Source:FirstPost - If all goes well, the world`s largest aircraft, Airbus A380, may eventually take flight from India. The Ministry of Civil Aviation has commenced a traffic and fare impact study for this huge aircraft across various countries which permit its operations. It has also begun
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disruptions caused by strikes triggered by unpaid wages. The carrier’s flying permit lapsed Dec. 31. Airbus A380 Shares of Kingfisher gained 4.6 percent, its first increase in seven days, to 7.90 rupees at close of trading in Mumbai. The stock has slumped 47 percent this year, after falling 29 percent
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, Australia and the Americas, with a fleet of 72 Airbus and Boeing aircraft, and over 90 aircraft on firm order, including 10 Airbus A380s, the world’s largest passenger aircraft. Etihad Airways also holds equity investments in airberlin, Air Seychelles, Virgin Australia and Aer Lingus.
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Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Hyderabad, Dec. 5: The Rajiv Gandhi International Airport (RGIA) has commissioned an exclusive Cargo Apron, capable of handling Code F ( e.g. Boeing747-8F, B747-400F, Airbus A380 type) aircraft, into service. The Airport is now positioned as
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Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Singapore Airlines (SIA) today announced orders for five additional super-jumbo Airbus A-380s and another 20 A-350s for additional capacity growth and fleet renewal. It also announced stopping of non-stop flights on Singapore-Los Angeles and Singapore-Newark sectors
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Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Look up in the sky and though it’s blue and pretty, you should know that it’s also a battlefield between two jumbos – Boeing and Airbus. The companies have produced very different and yet competing jets, the Airbus A380 and the Boeing 787 Dreamliner with the aim
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Source:Business Week - By Francois de Beaupuy on June 11, 2012 Airbus A380 superjumbos that suffer from wing cracks need to be grounded for a total of two to three months when airlines decide to fix them in several steps, La Depeche reported, citing an Airbus executive it
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