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  • At least 7 killed, 13 injured after twin-engine plane crash-lands in Siberia Jun 19, 2021 11:06 AM IST

    At least 7 killed, 13 injured after twin-engine plane crash-lands in Siberia

    A total of 20 people were reportedly on board the plane, the report added.

  • Indian airlines risk consolidation, plane repossessions amid COVID-19 surge May 07, 2021 12:14 PM IST

    Indian airlines risk consolidation, plane repossessions amid COVID-19 surge

    Passenger traffic fell nearly 30% in April from a month before and has halved again so far in May, forcing even the country's biggest and most cashed-up carrier, IndiGo, to gear up for the storm.

  • Plane crashes into homes in east DR Congo city, killing 29 Nov 25, 2019 10:00 AM IST

    Plane crashes into homes in east DR Congo city, killing 29

    A survivor among the 19 people -- 17 passengers and two crew members -- who were aboard the plane was taken to hospital along with 16 others injured on the ground, the North Kivu regional government said.

  • Govt to levy Rs 8,500 per flight for UDAN, fares to go up Nov 11, 2016 05:34 PM IST

    Govt to levy Rs 8,500 per flight for UDAN, fares to go up

    Flyers will soon have to shell out more for air travel with the government's decision to levy up to Rs 8,500 per flight on major routes to fund its regional connectivity scheme that seeks to make flying more affordable for the masses.

  • Smoke detected on AI aircraft with 130 on board Jul 16, 2016 03:00 PM IST

    Smoke detected on AI aircraft with 130 on board

    The incident took place at 12:15 PM when the aircraft, operating Air India flight AI 713, after the push back was about to enter the runway when the smoke was detected in one of the engines of the plane, forcing the pilot to abort the journey.

  • Asian upstarts eye global aircraft market Mar 29, 2016 10:27 AM IST

    Asian upstarts eye global aircraft market

    State-owned aerospace firm PT Dirgantara Indonesia's 19-seat N219, which cost USD 400 million and took just over five years to make, is scheduled to make its first flight in June and start deliveries in 2018.

  • SpiceJet Q4 net at Rs 22.5cr on exceptional gain of Rs 61cr May 28, 2015 06:10 PM IST

    SpiceJet Q4 net at Rs 22.5cr on exceptional gain of Rs 61cr

    The low-budget airline company‘s total income plunged 50 percent. The airline ended the quarter with a load factor of 81 percent.

  • Cheap again! SpiceJet one stop sale offers fares at Rs 2999 Feb 19, 2015 04:50 PM IST

    Cheap again! SpiceJet one stop sale offers fares at Rs 2999

    International sectors are not part of the sale and offer is not applicable on bookings made for groups and infants even for domestic sector flights.

  • Jet Airways rallies 6% on first quarterly profit since 2012 Nov 10, 2014 11:32 AM IST

    Jet Airways rallies 6% on first quarterly profit since 2012

    The airline, which has struggled to make money amid fierce competition for fares and high operating costs, said net profit totalled Rs 69.8 crore in the three months to September 30 after it banked a Rs 305 crore gain from the sale of its Jet Privilege frequent flyer programme.

  • SpiceJet, Jet Airways fly 6-7% high on fuel price cut Nov 03, 2014 09:57 AM IST

    SpiceJet, Jet Airways fly 6-7% high on fuel price cut

    Hailing it as good news, Sanjiv Kapoor,COO, SpiceJet said that ATF prices in India is 40-60 percent higher than rest of the world. In an interview to CNBC-TV18 he added revenues have improved significantly due to festive season discounts and load factor has improved to 86 percent in September.

  • Priyanka Chopra targets stereotypes in Hollywood Aug 02, 2013 11:15 AM IST

    Priyanka Chopra targets stereotypes in Hollywood

    Chopra first rose to fame in 2000, winning the Miss World beauty pageant and transitioning into Bollywood film. But the journey has not come easily for the actress, who said she had to learn the ropes of acting.

  • Boeing‘s Latest 787 fire poses major test of carbon skin Jul 15, 2013 03:49 PM IST

    Boeing‘s Latest 787 fire poses major test of carbon skin

    British investigators say that the Ethiopian Airline's lithium-ion batteries likely did not cause Friday's fire, allaying fears about a return of the problem that grounded the Dreamliner for more than three months earlier this year, when one battery caught fire and another overheated.

  • Dreamliners may fly again by mid-April Mar 04, 2013 07:29 PM IST

    Dreamliners may fly again by mid-April

    The Dreamliner planes of Air India may fly again by mid-April, with the airline expressing hope that a permanent solution to the battery-fire that led to the grounding of all the 50 Boeing 787s flying worldwide will be achieved by the month-end, official sources said today.

  • Saudi prince buys USD 485m 'flying palace' Dec 17, 2012 09:16 AM IST

    Saudi prince buys USD 485m 'flying palace'

    Saudi billionaire Prince Alwaleed bin Talal has bought a USD 485 million "flying palace" and will soon take delivery of the world's first customised A380 superjumbo. Prince Alwaleed, estimated to be worth around USD 21.3 billion, is expected to get delivery of the world's biggest private jet next year.

  • IAF planning to phase out MiG-27 combat planes by 2017 Oct 02, 2012 06:58 PM IST

    IAF planning to phase out MiG-27 combat planes by 2017

    Concerned over recurring problems in MiG-27 combat aircraft engines, Indian Air Force is planning to phase out these Russian-origin planes by 2017.

  • India will need 1,450 planes over next 20 years: Boeing Sep 04, 2012 03:16 PM IST

    India will need 1,450 planes over next 20 years: Boeing

    Boeing Co raised its forecast for the Indian plane market on Tuesday, saying the South Asian country would need 1,450 new aircraft worth USD 175 billion by 2031.

  • Boeing Air India Dreamliners grounded by bureaucracy Jul 11, 2012 04:12 PM IST

    Boeing Air India Dreamliners grounded by bureaucracy

    Three of Boeing's cutting-edge 787 Dreamliners painted in Air India colours are parked in South Carolina, waiting for the ailing state carrier to pay for them and take possession.

  • AI flight makes emergency landing at Pak airport, returns Jul 09, 2012 09:00 PM IST

    AI flight makes emergency landing at Pak airport, returns

    A Delhi-bound Air India flight from Abu Dhabi with 128 people on board made an emergency landing at a Pakistani airport when pilots detected warning lights on the cockpit panel indicating hydraulic failure.

  • High hopes for Asia's overcrowded budget airlines Jun 30, 2011 03:01 PM IST

    High hopes for Asia's overcrowded budget airlines

    Asian budget airlines placed a record USD 42 billion in plane orders over the past week, signalling their high expectations for travel in the world's fastest growing market and also triggering worries some may not survive.

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