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Subsidising Air India not sustainable: CAPA
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Air India#39;s divestment is not going to be an easy process: ...

The government has taken the first step to revive the debt-ridden national carrier Air India. The union cabinet has given an in-principle approval to divest its stake in Air India. Money Control, 1 month ago
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Indian airlines' order book to touch 1,123 planes: CAPA

The order book of Indian carriers is expected to touch 1,123 aircraft in the coming weeks with new orders from Jet Airways and Vistara, aviation think tank CAPA said today.
 DNA1 month ago Indian airlines#39; order book to touch 1,123 planes: CAPA  Money Control1 month ago

Gulf rift: Qatar Airways faces double-digit traffic decline, says CAPA

The airline has been forced to suspend its flight to Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain and Egypt
 Business Standard2 months ago
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Why do pilots have to give 1 year notice before quitting?

Aviation experts said the DGCA's move defies logic and is not based on the demand-supply concept.Arindam Majumder reports.   The Directorate General of Civil Aviation's new rule of making one year notice period compulsory for commanders will lead to cases of industrial conflict and severely impact the expansion plan of new airlines, says the aviation industry. In its reasoning, the regulator said it has noticed a trend of pilots resigning without prior notice to the airlines which forces ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Biocon withdraws EMA dossiers for Trastuzumab, Pegfilgrastim

Biocon today said it has requested for withdrawal of the dossiers for biosimilars - Trastuzumab and Pegfilgrastim - as part of the procedural requirements for re-inspection by the European regulator EMA. "While our drug substance facilities for Trastuzumab ...
 Business Standard3 days ago
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Air Berlin files for insolvency, Lufthansa waits in the wings

By Victoria Bryan and Maria Sheahan BERLIN (Reuters) - Air Berlin, Germany's second largest airline, filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday following years of losses and after key shareholder Etihad Airways withdrew funding, with bigger rival Lufthansa ...
 Sify4 days ago
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Air India's Los Angeles flight likely by Oct-Nov

Government-owned passenger airline Air India is all set to launch its sixth destination in the United States with three-times-a-week services to Los Angeles from New Delhi from the forthcoming winters. The new flight, AI-105/AI-106, will be operated with a ...
 Deccan Herald1 week ago Flying high, IndiGo eyes Air India for a new take-off  Rediff.com1 month ago IndiGo interested in buying out Air India's flight operations  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Divi's Labs Vishakhapatnam plant completes inspection

Drug firm Divi's Laboratories today said its Vishakhapatnam facility has successfully completed inspection by the health products regulators of Ireland and Slovenia without any critical observations. In a regulatory filing to the BSE, Divi's Laboratories said ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Vistara likely to order over 100 aircraft in expansion bid

The Delhi-based airline currently has 13 Airbus A320 aircraft in the fleet and it plans to take another seven (A320 Neo) planes by June 2018. Full service carrier Vistara is likely to place a mega order for wide-body aircraft soon. The order which will be a mix of narrow and wide body  will come after fresh capital infusion from promoters may be for more than 100 aircraft. Tata Sons holds 51 per cent stake while Singapore Airlines owns the rest 49 per cent. As part of its plans, Vistara ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago

IndiGo to purchase jets to cut ownership cost

Nirbhay Kumar City: New Delhi Changing its strategy to largely induct aircraft on the popular sale-and-lease back model, the country's largest private carrier IndiGo would now go for outright purchase of jets for a sizeable chunk of its remaining order with ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 weeks ago
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