Air India to soon fly over the Pacific to San Francisco

Air India will soon start flying over the Pacific Ocean region, saving significant fuel costs and time, in its already lucrative direct services from Delhi to San Francisco. Aviation regulat…

Air India will soon start flying over the Pacific Ocean region, saving significant fuel costs and time, in its already lucrative direct services from Delhi to San Francisco. Aviation regulat…

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HAL may invest up to Rs2,000 cr in Sukhoi 30 spares hub: report

The spares hub for Sukhoi 30 fighters in India  will rectify the technical difficulties facing the aircraft and to end the prolonged grounding of the Russia-made fighter aircraft

The spares hub for Sukhoi 30 fighters in India  will rectify the technical difficulties facing the aircraft and to end the prolonged grounding of the Russia-made fighter aircraft

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New FAA rules regulate commercial drone use

New rules by the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) became effective yesterday; clarifying what was acceptable commercial usage of small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones. …

New rules by the US Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) became effective yesterday; clarifying what was acceptable commercial usage of small unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), also known as drones. …

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China sets up new entity to develop aircraft engines, gas turbines

China had set up a new state-owned aviation firm to help achieve one of its top tech goals of building a world-class aircraft engine. The new company, the Aero Engine Corp of China (AECC), w…

China had set up a new state-owned aviation firm to help achieve one of its top tech goals of building a world-class aircraft engine. The new company, the Aero Engine Corp of China (AECC), w…

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SC seeks SBI response to Mallya plea on contempt notice

The Supreme Court today on Monday asked the consortium of banks led by the State Bank of India to respond to beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s plea seeking the recall of the notice of contemp…

The Supreme Court today on Monday asked the consortium of banks led by the State Bank of India to respond to beleaguered liquor baron Vijay Mallya’s plea seeking the recall of the notice of contemp…

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Isro successfully tests Scramjet technology

So far only the US, Russia and the European Space Agency have demonstrated the advanced air breathing rocket engine technology

So far only the US, Russia and the European Space Agency have demonstrated the advanced air breathing rocket engine technology

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Govt may soon allow Indian carriers to offer on-flight Wi-Fi service

The civil aviation ministry will soon allow fliers to use Wi-Fi facility on board on flights in the Indian airspace, and a decision is expected within the next 10 days, the government official said…

The civil aviation ministry will soon allow fliers to use Wi-Fi facility on board on flights in the Indian airspace, and a decision is expected within the next 10 days, the government official said…

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World?s longest aircraft Airlander 10 crashes on 2nd flight

The world’s longest aircraft, the Airlander 10, has been damaged after nose-diving on landing during its second test flight. The 92 metre long aircraft – which is part plane and part airship…

The world’s longest aircraft, the Airlander 10, has been damaged after nose-diving on landing during its second test flight. The 92 metre long aircraft – which is part plane and part airship…

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UK cops intercept drones ferrying drugs, phones into prison

British police have intercepted two drones carrying drugs and mobile phones into a prison in north London, a Metropolitan Police statement said on Monday. Police said they were appealing for…

British police have intercepted two drones carrying drugs and mobile phones into a prison in north London, a Metropolitan Police statement said on Monday. Police said they were appealing for…

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Indian carries want to avoid dangerous Pakistani airspace

Indian carriers flying to western destinations have sought a  change in their flight path in order to avoid Pakistani airspace

Indian carriers flying to western destinations have sought a  change in their flight path in order to avoid Pakistani airspace

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