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Air India to add extra capacity in domestic sector

Air India to add extra capacity in domestic sector

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With aviation capacity coming under strain, national carrier Air India on Saturday said that it is planning to ramp up capacity in the domestic sector by inducting more aircraft.

Air India,   domestic sector,   airlines,   flights,   aircraft,   holiday rush,  
Centre introduces Bill in Rajya Sabha seeking death penalty for hijackers

Centre introduces Bill in Rajya Sabha seeking death penalty for hijackers

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: A bill seeking stringent punishment including death penalty for hijackers and giving right to security forces to shoot down an aircraft which may be used as a missile, was introduced in Rajya Sabha on Wednesday.

Rajya Sabha,   death penalty for hijackers,   The Anti-Hijacking (Amendment) Bill 2014 ,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   communal violence,   civilian aircraft,   ,  
Political parties representing Indian community should unite: Razak

Political parties representing Indian community should unite: Razak

15 Dec 2014

Kuala Lumpur: Political parties representing the Indian community in Malaysia should consolidate and work together for its better development and representation in national politics, Prime Minister Najib Razak has said.

India,   Malaysia,   Prime Minister Najib Razak,   Indian Progressive Front,   People Progressive Party,   Malaysian Indian Congress,  
20-30 Tejas <strong>aircraft</strong> to be commissioned soon: Parrikar

20-30 Tejas aircraft to be commissioned soon: Parrikar

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: As many as 20-30 indigenously built Light Combat Aircraft Tejas, which will replace the aging MIG fighters, will be commissioned soon, government informed the Lok Sabha on Friday.

20-30 Tejas aircraft,   aircraft,   aircraft commissioned,   Manohar Parrikar,   Defence ministerm BJP,  
 Boeing <strong>aircraft</strong> makes first 'green diesel' powered flight

Boeing aircraft makes first 'green diesel' powered flight

07 Dec 2014

Washington: A Boeing aircraft has completed the world's first flight using 'green diesel', a sustainable biofuel made from vegetable oils, waste cooking oil and animal fats.

Boeing,   Green Diesel,   Julie Felgar,   Environmental Strategy and Integration,   Boeing Commercial Airplanes,   US,   Europe,   Asia,   Fossil Fuel,  
India sends <strong>aircraft</strong>, vessels carrying large consignment of water to Maldives

India sends aircraft, vessels carrying large consignment of water to Maldives

05 Dec 2014

Male/New Delhi: With the Maldivian capital facing an acute water crisis after a fire in the city's water treatment plant, India on Friday sent an IAF transport aircraft and naval vessels carrying a large consignment of water to meet the immediate requirement of over 100,000 people.

Maldivian capital,   Water crisis,   Water treatment plant,   India,   IAF transport aircraft,   Naval vessels,   India Maldives relations,  
Germany introduces special <strong>aircraft</strong> to evacuate Ebola patients

Germany introduces special aircraft to evacuate Ebola patients

29 Nov 2014

Berlin: Germany has commissioned a special medical evacuation aircraft for transporting health workers infected with Ebola virus from the West African nations devastated by the epidemic.

Germany,   Ebola,   A-340 passenger aircraft,   Ebola patients,   Ebola virus,  
Russia expresses interest in <strong>aircraft</strong> production in India

Russia expresses interest in aircraft production in India

28 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Russia has expressed interest in production of civil and light transport aircraft in India with their technology, Parliament was informed on Friday.

Russia,   Production,   Civil transport aircraft,   India,   Technology,   Parliament,  
India's SpiceJet cuts fleet size to save costs

India's SpiceJet cuts fleet size to save costs

05 Dec 2014

New Delhi: India's SpiceJet Ltd  cut its fleet by about a third in September and will operate 22-24 Boeing planes until at least the middle of next year, its chief operating officer said, as the loss-making budget carrier looks to cut costs.

India's SpiceJet,   save costs,   airlines,   aircraft,   airplanes,   air fee,   spicejet,  
MH370: Robotic submarine searches two-thirds of underwater area

MH370: Robotic submarine searches two-thirds of underwater area

21 Apr 2014

Perth: A robotic mini-submarine deployed to unprecedented depths of the Indian Ocean to hunt for the crashed Malaysian jet has searched nearly two-thirds of the focused area with no sign of any wreckage, as a tropical cyclone on Monday threatened to hamper operations.

MH370,  Robotic submarine,  Malaysian jet,   Missing Malaysian plane,   Malaysian aircraft,  

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