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IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

IATA vows action after aviation industry witnesses black week

26 Jul 2014

Kuala Lumpur: The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said that it will ‘leave nothing unturned’ to boost global aviation safety after a black week for the industry that has claimed over 460 lives in three separate crashes.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   black week,   aviation industry,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH17 crash,   aviation safety,  
Fresh <strong>air</strong> strikes and ground fighting in Yemen

Fresh air strikes and ground fighting in Yemen

24 May 2015

Sanaa: Saudi-led warplanes launched a fresh wave of air strikes across Yemen targeting Iran-backed rebels as fighting raged on the ground in the south of the country, witnesses said. The air raids pounded arms depots under the control of the Shiite Huthi rebels in the locality of Ghula on Saturday, in Omran province north of Sanaa, residents said.

Yemen Air Strikes,   Saudi Led Warplanes,   Sanaa,   Shiite Huthi Rebels,   Latest World News ,  
Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

Aviation safety remains top priority, says IATA

04 Jun 2014

Doha: Safety in global aviation remains high, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) said, as it seeks to improve in-flight tracking after the disappearance of a Malaysian passenger jet in March.

Aviation safety,   IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370,   MH370 disappearance,  
IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

IATA meet to focus on MH370 disappearance, financial stress

02 Jun 2014

Doha (Qatar): Continuous tracking of aircraft following the mysterious disappearance of MH370, carbon-neutral air travel and financial stress hitting the airline industry would be the focus of debate among global aviation chiefs at the IATA meet starting in Doha on Monday.

IATA,   International Air Transport Association,   MH370,   Malaysia Airlines,   MH370 missing,   missing airplane ,  
 Hungarian author wins Man Booker <strong>International</strong> Prize

Hungarian author wins Man Booker International Prize

20 May 2015

London: Hungarian author Laszlo Krasznahorkai has won Britain's prestigious Man Booker International prize for his achievement in fiction as he edged out India's Amitav Ghosh and eight others to bag the top literary award.

Hungarian author,   Man Booker International Prize,   Laszlo Krasznahorkai,   Amitav Ghosh,   literary award,   London,   Latest world news,  
 Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition <strong>air</strong> raids

Huge blasts outside Sanaa after coalition air raids

22 May 2015

Sanaa: Huge explosions rocked the outskirts of the Yemen capital on Friday after Saudi-led air strikes against positions held by Huthi Shiite rebels and their allies.

Blasts in Sanaa,   Coalition air raids,   Huthi Shiite rebels,   Yemen blasts,   Ali Abdullah Saleh,   Mansour al Hadi,   Latest world news,  
‘Nut Rage’ case: Ex-Korean <strong>air</strong> executive freed from prison

‘Nut Rage’ case: Ex-Korean air executive freed from prison

22 May 2015

SEOUL: South Korean court ordered the release on Friday of a former Korean Air Lines executive convicted after an outburst over the way she had been served macadamia nuts, suspending her jail sentence.

Ex Korean air executive,   Nut Rage case,   South Korean court,   Korean air lines,   Jail sentence,   Latest world news,  
Military <strong>transport</strong> plane crashes in Spain, three killed

Military transport plane crashes in Spain, three killed

09 May 2015

SEVILLE: An Airbus A400M military transport plane crashed in Seville on Saturday, killing at least three of those on board, emergency services said, in the first fatal accident involving Europe's newest troop and heavy cargo carrier.

Airbus A400M,   Military transport plane,   Plane crash 2015,   Spain plane crash,  
Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 nations

Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 nations

04 Oct 2013

London: British citizens enjoy the widest range of visa-free travel in the world, being able to visit 173 countries with just a passport, while Indians get visa-free or visa-on-arrival access in 52 countries.

Visa,   visa-free travel,   passport,   International Air Transport Association,   Indians get visa-free,  
A year after Thai coup, stability trumps growth for business

A year after Thai coup, stability trumps growth for business

22 May 2015

BANGKOK: When Thailand's army seized power in a bloodless coup, much of the business establishment quietly cheered them on. A year on, the captains of Thai industry remain firmly behind the junta, despite a lacklustre economy and a delayed return to democracy.

Thai coup,   growth of business,   Poj Aramwattanont,   Thai Frozen Foods Association,   Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra,   Latest world news,  

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