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Jet Airways' unique gift for children

Jet Airways' unique gift for children

Jet Airways operated its annual ‘Flight of Fantasy’ for over 80 underprivileged children as a part of Children’s Day celebrations. As part of its annual community service initiative, Jet Airways gave wings to the young invitees, taking them on-board the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, to experience the joy of flying. Sachin Tendulkar’s presence made the children happy. Children presented their cricketing hero a bouquet and a T-Shirt with hand written messages from them.  ..., 1 month ago

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At a glance: Tejas - indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) of India

News Desk: Tejas is India’s first indigenous Light Combat Aircraft (LCA). It is a lightweight multi-role jet fighter developed by India. It is a tailless, compound delta wing design powered by a single engine.It came from the LCA programme, ...
 IndiaTV News2 weeks ago

ROCKWELL COLLINS : rsquo; Venue, Airshow® cabin systems selected for wide-body VIP business jet

Provides reliable entertainment and productivity experience for passengers, including wireless streaming throughout cabin DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (Dec. 8, 2014) - Rockwell Collins' market-leading Venue HD cabin management and entertainment ...
 4 Traders1 week ago

Japan rolls out first commercial jet in nearly five decades

NAGOYA: To the sound of drums and a children’s choir, Mitsubishi Aircraft today rolled out Japan’s first commercial jet in half a century, amid doubts it can attain an ambition to sell more than 2,000 aircraft in a competitive market segment.
 Himalayan times2 months ago

SpiceJet resumes operation, pays cash to buy jet fuel

The Civil Aviation Ministry's decision not to allow SpiceJet to take bookings beyond 30 days turned counter-productive, affecting its daily earnings. Troubled airline SpiceJet on Thursday resumed operations after being forced to cancel over 150 flights with oil marketing companies refusing to refuel its planes forcing the budget carrier to pay Rs 3 crore (Rs 30 million) on Wednesday evening to buy jet fuel. "So far, the operations are going as scheduled," airport sources said, as the airline ...
 Rediff.com2 hours ago 5 reasons behind SpiceJet's downfall  Rediff.com1 day ago

Why SpiceJet's emergency landing may not be good for consumers

A look at the Kalanithi Maran-controlled airline's place in the domestic aviation sector SpiceJet’s parent company has already announced it cannot afford spending more to rescue the beleaguered low-cost airline, adding another layer of uncertainty over its future. According to estimates by the Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation, Kalanithi Maran-controlled SpiceJet, India’s third-largest air carrier in the domestic market, will need more than Rs 1,800 crore (Rs 18 billion) to stabilise ...
 Rediff.com9 hours ago

Airfares soar as SpiceJet suspends flights

A paucity of last-minute alternatives has sent fares for popular routes soaring Here’s some bad news for those planning to travel during the holiday season: With SpiceJet flights grounded on Wednesday and the airline’s future uncertain, airfares are hitting new highs. A check on MakeMyTrip showed a one-way ticket on the Delhi-Kolkata route was being sold for Rs 38,000-42,000 on Wednesday. Also, only 14 seats were available and that, too, on full-service carriers. The situation is no ...
 Rediff.com9 hours ago

10 Indian airlines that went bust in the past 12 years

Let’s take a small trip down memory lane to catch up with high-flying airlines that have become history now. It is no exaggeration to say that most airline operators are desperate to infuse funds to operate day-to-day operations smoothly. The latest instance is that of Sun Group-led SpiceJet which most industry watchers say, is going the Kingfisher way. The airline was recently put on ‘cash and carry’ mode by fuel retailers due to the airline’s abysmal financial ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

DGCA asks SpiceJet to give funding plan by Dec 15

SpiceJet’s Chief Operating Officer Sanjiv Kapoor and Sun Group chief financial officer S L Narayanan met Director General of Civil Aviation Prabhat Kumar in Delhi on Tuesday. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has refused to relax its restriction on SpiceJet’s advance bookings and once again asked the airline to submit in writing a credible funding plan by December 15. SpiceJet’s Chief Operating Officer Sanjiv Kapoor and Sun Group chief financial officer S L Narayanan ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago SpiceJet COO hits out at AirAsia's Tony Fernandes on Twitter  Rediff.com2 months ago

Life on Mars? NASA's Curiosity suggests so

Led by a team of scientists of Indian-origin, NASA’s Curiosity rover has found new evidence of water on Mars, indicating that the planet most like Earth in the solar system was suitable for microbial life. Pictures and other data collected by NASA’s Mars rover Curiosity show that rivers once flowed into a lake or lakes at the bottom of Gale Crate, an enormous dimple carved out by an incoming space rock. NASA said its interpretation of Curiosity’s finds in Gale Crater suggests ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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