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EVA ranks 3rd of world's safest airlines in annual Aero International index
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Cathay soars above rivals in new safety survey

Cathay was named one of the world's top 10 best airlines last month. The industry-respected Jet Airlines Crash Data Evaluation Centre also placed mainland carrier Hainan Airlines as the eighth safest, a leap of six places from its previous ... Hong Kong Standard, 2 weeks ago
World's safest airlines named Travel Mole, 5 days ago
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Five large sections of AirAsia Flight QZ8501 found, say rescue teams; Indonesia set to ban Tony Fernandes airline

Family members of Grayson Herbert Linaksita, a passenger on AirAsia Flight QZ8501, cry upon receiving his remains at Bhayankara Hospital in Surabaya. (Reuters) Search teams hunting for the wreck of an AirAsia Flight QZ8501 passenger jet that ...
 Financial Express3 weeks ago Search teams find four large AirAsia jet parts  Qatar Peninsula3 weeks ago Probe into AirAsia crash shows airline violated terms of licence  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Four large parts of jet found on sea floor  Reuters India3 weeks ago

Air Asia Update: Data point to 'unbelievably' steep climb before crash

Radar data being examined by investigators appeared to show that AirAsia Flight QZ8501 made an unbelievably steep climb before it crashed, possibly pushing it beyond the Airbus A320's limits, said a source familiar with the probe's initial findings.
 Emirates2473 weeks ago

Just How Safe Is that Airline?

Malaysia Airlines, as we know all too well, had a very bad, tragic year, with the loss of Flight MH370 with 239 people on board, and the shooting down of Flight MH17 over rebel-held eastern Ukraine that killed 298. Not surprisingly its safety rating ...
 Meetings Net4 days ago
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AirAsia 8501 No Survivors

No survivors have been found from the crash, which happened about 40 minutes after the plane took off from Indonesia's second largest city in an area known for intense tropical thunderstorms during the current monsoon season. A report from ...
 Live Trading News3 weeks ago Air Asia Update: Indonesia believes it has found plane on sea bed  Emirates2473 weeks ago Air Asia Update: One body recovered wearing life jacket, says Indonesia  Emirates2473 weeks ago Air Asia Update: Bodies, debris from missing jet pulled from sea  Emirates2473 weeks ago

Indonesia widens search area in hunt for AirAsia jet

By PANGKALAN BUN, Indonesia (Reuters) - Aircraft combed the sea and shoreline off Borneo on Saturday for wreckage from an Indonesia AirAsia passenger jet, hoping to take advantage of a brief break in bad weather that has hampered efforts to find the ...
 Sharenet3 weeks ago AirAsia Berhad : World joins search for missing airliner feared to be 'at bottom of the sea': Missing airliner feared to be 'at bottom of sea'  4 Traders3 weeks ago Hunt on for missing jet believed to be at bottom of sea  MetroVaartha.com3 weeks ago

Abbott's desperate visit to Iraq, Hawke's climate crisis: 25 years on, Australia's own Serial murders, new lows in AirAsia coverage

Can you read this edition of Crikey? If it was mangled by your email program, see it online . Dear [!firstname!], Abbott's secret drop-in on Iraq. Cabinet papers reveal 25 years of climate science (and inaction). Australia's ...
 Crikey Media2 weeks ago
My Zoo

SEARCH CHIEF: Plane 'likely at the bottom of the sea'

The plane, with 155 passengers and seven crew, has been missing since yesterday afternoon when it is believed to have flown into severe thunderstorms between Indonesia and its destination Singapore. Indonesia's National Search and Rescue Agency ... weeks ago SEARCH CHIEF: Plane likely at the bottom of the sea  My Zoo4 weeks ago


NEW DELHI: The fate of the Turkmenistan-Afghanistan-Pakistan-India (TAPI) gas pipeline hangs in the balance even as construction is expected to begin next year. That's because Turkmenistan has argued that its current laws do not permit grant ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago


NEW DELHI: The national auditor, in a clear departure from its past stance, has asked the oil ministry to let national interest and energy security determine its approach towards commercial discoveries instead of niggling with procedural issues and ...
 IPA Newspack.com1 month ago
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