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Submit foreign operation plans by Aug-end: Min to airlines


Indian carriers, most of which have planned to expand foreign operations from this winter, have been asked by Civil Aviation Ministry to submit their international flight plans till 2014 by August-end

Indian airlines to return to profit in FY2014: Merrill

Bank of America-Merrill Lynch upgrades Jet Airways and SpiceJet to 'buy' from 'underperform', saying improving industry trends such as signs of ticket price hikes and reduced capacity will improve pro

Govt not considering closure of any airline: DGCA

Government is not considering closure of any airline, new DGCA chief Prashant Sukul said on Thursday while rubbishing reports that his predecessor, E.K. Bharat Bhushan, was removed for taking a tough

India, China to boost Boeing deliveries: Report


Boeing has projected a USD 4.5 trillion market for 34,000 new airplanes over the next 20 years as the current world fleet doubles in size, with robust growth in China, India and other emerging markets

Boeing raises forecast for airliner demand by $500 bn


US aircraft maker Boeing raised its 20-year forecast for global demand for airliners by $500 billion (396 billion euros) on Tuesday.

Boeing said it now saw the global market doubling to 34,000 airlin

Al-Qaeda planning terror attack on US airline: Report


Al-Qaeda affiliate in Yemen, Al-Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP), is planning to launch an attack on an American airliner, a British paper, citing intelligence sources, has claimed.

The Sunday T

Airlines say no to departure trials


Airline companies have decided not to undertake departure trial runs at the new domestic terminal at the city airport until all facilities are made available.

This has prompted the Airports Authorit

Indian skies inviting, but no takers for airlines


With a potential air market of hundreds of millions of people, airlines ought to be hammering on India's door - yet global airline executives say it would be madness to invest in a domestic carrier th

Fliers ‘lose sleep’ over flight times


Flying to Europe or the US can be an exciting prospect, but it also means spending a sleepless night as airlines operating on these routes have flights taking off at odd times, post-midnight, much to

Airline industry profits to plummet in 2012: IATA


Airline industry group IATA warned on Monday global profits would more than halve in 2012 owing to surging oil prices and the eurozone crisis, with European carriers suffering losses of $1.1 billion.

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