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Oil spill clean up begins on Karwar coast 1.6.2006 New Indian Express
Oil spill clean up begins on Karwar coast
Setting the ground for take off 1.6.2006 Hindu: Kerala
Aeronautics has undergone rapid changes over the years. There are complex functions that enable flying machines to take off smoothly, maintain high altitudes and touch down gracefully. It needs specialised training to handle the aircraft on the ...
Flight cancellation causes hardships to passengers 1.6.2006 Hindu: Kerala
NEDUMBASSERY: Sharjah-bound passengers of an Indian flight from the Cochin International Airport had a hard time early Wednesday morning following the cancellation of the service in the last minute, owing to a technical snag, after the aircraft ...
NEWS CAPSULE 1.6.2006 The Assam Tribune
NEWS CAPSULE
Spicejet to add 23 aircraft to its fleet 1.6.2006 Business Standard
Spicejet to add 23 aircraft to its fleet
Patience on the plane 1.6.2006 HBL: Opinion
N India if your flight is delayed and you are forced to sit out the delay in the aircraft, what would be your first reaction? Chances are that you would not sit quietly and bear the discomfort. Instead, you ...
`Consequences of airlines merger must be considered' 1.6.2006 HBL: Logistics
While formulating the new civil aviation policy, the Government should consider the consequences of merger of airlines including the matter regarding reallocation of infrastructure facilities at the airports, the Parliamentary Standing Committee ...
'Ist Airbus plant outside Europe to start production in China' 1.6.2006 New Kerala: World News
Beijing: European aircraft giant Airbus has chosen the northern Chinese city of Tianjin as the site for its first overseas assembly plant to make the popular A-320 plane, a media report said here today.
Strategic partner for loss-making Bangladesh Biman soon 1.6.2006 New Kerala: World News
Dhaka: The Bangladesh government, which has been talking to Emirates, Thai Airways and Gulf Air among others, may soon announce a strategic partner for Bangladesh Biman.
Soviet era aircraft carrier to remain theme park after auction 1.6.2006 New Kerala: World News
Beijing: The retired Soviet aircraft carrier, 'Minsk' has been auctioned for USD 16 million in Shenzhen, in south China.
KITCO keen on spreading wings to Gulf countries 31.5.2006 Hindu: Tamil Nadu
The company is bidding for airport work in Oman
AAI staff seeks active role in airports recast 31.5.2006 Financial Express
AAI staff seeks active role in airports recast
Airport staff warn of strike; seek better work conditions 31.5.2006 Hindu: Breaking News
The 'rent a quota' drama 31.5.2006 The Pioneer
The 'rent a quota' drama
Airport staff threaten stir  31.5.2006 Central Chronicle
Airport staff threaten stir 
Speaking a common language 31.5.2006 Hindu: Opinion
The response to Pranab Mukherjee's visit has been positive in China.
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Blue Dart inducts two Boeing 757-200 freighters 31.5.2006 Hindu: Business
BANGALORE: Express courier firm Blue Dart Express has inducted two Boeing 757-200 freighters into its air express fleet. The aircraft were acquired on lease by Blue Dart Aviation, which has an agreement with the company to utilise its aircraft ...
Blue Dart adds two Boeings to its fleet 31.5.2006 Telegraph: Business
Blue Dart Express, the air express, courier and package distribution company, today inducted two Boeing 757-200 freighters into its fleet.
BAA cool to fresh offer from Ferrovial 31.5.2006 Telegraph: Business
Spanish construction firm Grupo Ferrovial raised its bid for British airports operator BAA Plc to £9.73 billion ($18.1 billion) on Tuesday but BAA said it was still too low.
Jagson Airlines to operate aircraft in Himachal Pradesh 31.5.2006 New Kerala: India News
Kullu (Himachal Pradesh): In an effort to boost tourism, the Jagson Airlines has announced the introduction of a 33-seater aircraft in Himachal Pradesh.
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