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<strong>Malaysia</strong> mourns as remains of 20 MH17 victims arrive

Malaysia mourns as remains of 20 MH17 victims arrive

22 Aug 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Malaysians on Friday observed a minute of silence and a nationwide day of mourning as a special plane arrived here from the Netherlands carrying the remains of 20 citizens killed when their flight MH17 was shot down by a missile over restive eastern Ukraine last month.

Malaysia,   MH17,   Malaysian doomed flight,   Abdul Halim Mu'adzam Shah,   Najib Razak,   Victim bodies arrive,   MH17 tragedy,   Hishammuddin Hussein,  
Air India <strong>flight</strong> forced to land in Jaipur after engine trouble

Air India flight forced to land in Jaipur after engine trouble

22 Aug 2014

Jaipur/New Delhi: An Air India flight from Delhi to Ahmedabad carrying 104 passengers made an emergency landing in Jaipur after a problem in one of its engines.

Air India,   Air India flight,   engine trouble,   Jaipur,   emergency landing,   Air India emergency landing ,  
Seaplane service begins on August 25 between Mumbai-Lonavala

Seaplane service begins on August 25 between Mumbai-Lonavala

21 Aug 2014

Mumbai: The first commercial flight of the much-awaited seaplane services will take off for Pawana dam in Lonavala from here on August 25, Maharashtra Tourism and Public Works Minister Chhagan Bhujbal announced on Thursday.

Seaplane service,   Mumbai-Lonavala,   commercial flight,   tourism,   Maharashtra tourism,  
Narrow escape for 154 passengers as IndiGo <strong>flight</strong> catches fire

Narrow escape for 154 passengers as IndiGo flight catches fire

20 Aug 2014

New Delhi: Nearly 150 people on board an IndiGo aircraft had a narrow escape on Wednesday following a problem in its landing gear that caused thick smoke to emnate after touching down at the airport here, leaving some passengers with minor injuries during evacuation.

Indigo flight,   fire,   ATC,   Terminal 1D,   Indira Gandhi International Airport,   ATC tower,   passengers,  
Banned substance still depleting ozone layer: NASA

Banned substance still depleting ozone layer: NASA

21 Aug 2014

Washington: In a significant revelation, NASA researchers have shown that the earth's atmosphere contains an unexpectedly large amount of an ozone-depleting compound from an unknown source, decades after the compound was banned worldwide.

ozone layer,   NASA,   Carbon tetrachloride,   CCl4 emissions,   Space Flight Centre,   Geophysical Research,  
SpiceJet to resume flights to Bangkok from next month

SpiceJet to resume flights to Bangkok from next month

18 Aug 2014

Mumbai: Budget carrier SpiceJet will resume its flight services to Bangkok from next month. The Kalanithi Maran-promoted private carrier had launched flights to Bangkok from Pune and Bangalore with much fanfare last October but scrapped both the services at the start of summer schedule this year, citing low passenger demand.

SpiceJet,   airlines,   Bankok,   Budget carrier,   flight services,   passengers,  
Where have shortest flights gone?

Where have shortest flights gone?

19 Aug 2014

London: Online flight booking websites have affected performance and product quality in the airline industry, especially flight times, says a new study. According to researchers, instead of competing for space at the top of travel agents' computer screens by scheduling the shortest flights, airlines have adapted to an environment in which price is playing the dominant role in selling tickets.

Flights,   researchers,   airlines,   online flight booking,   environment,   selling tickets,   travel agencies,  
UN sets up task force to reduce <strong>flight</strong> risks over war zones

UN sets up task force to reduce flight risks over war zones

01 Aug 2014

United Nations: In the wake of the downing of the Malaysia Airlines jet over Ukraine, UN and global aviation bodies have set up a task force to reduce the risks of civilian planes flying over conflict areas and ensure that the ‘right information reaches the right people at the right time’ to prevent similar tragedies.

Malaysia Airlines,   UN,   Malaysia Airlines Flight MH17,   Civil Aviation Organisation,   CANSO,   ICAO,  
Train with MH17 bodies on final journey reaches Ukraine government-controlled town

Train with MH17 bodies on final journey reaches Ukraine government-controlled town

22 Jul 2014

Donetsk (Ukraine): A train carrying the remains of many of the 298 victims of Malaysia Airlines flight MH17 arrived at a Ukrainian government base on Tuesday on the first leg of their final journey home to be reclaimed by their families.

Malaysia Airlines flight MH17,   MH17 crash,   Ukrainian,   Malaysia,   Netherlands,   MH17,  
Jet Airways <strong>flight</strong> aborted after fire alarm

Jet Airways flight aborted after fire alarm

14 Aug 2014

New Delhi: A fire alarm in a Bhopal-bound Jet Airways flight from here caused a scare as it was about to take off early on Thursday.

Jet Airways flight,   Bhopal-bound Jet Airways,   flight panel,   aircraft,   flight panel ,  

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