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SpiceJet, Gulf Air sign MoU to explore codeshare and coordinated engineering services
"SpiceJet and Gulf Air will look at collaborating in the field of pilot training to nurture talent in order to deliver the finest resources for both the airlines. The airlines will also engage and collaborate to enhance their respective cargo and engineering services," the Indian budget carrier said in a statement.
Women in armed forces: SC for retrospective effect in permanent commission
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IndiGo, GoAir to replace 111 and 54 PW engines in 72 days: Government
On November 1, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had told the airlines to replace the PW engines under both wings of 97 A320neo aircraft "at all costs" by January 31 or they would be grounded. The aviation regulator had also said "desperate measures" were required to "put things in order".
CollegeDekho appoints Tarun Aggarwal as CBO
With over two decades of experience, Tarun Aggarwal has worked across India Inc including Infoedge, Tech Mahindra and HCL, where he has executed functions like sales, business development and operations.
Analyst Calls: Edelweiss, BHEL, AIA Engineering
Credit Suisse has cut target price on Edelweiss Financial Services to Rs 135 from Rs 155
Replacing Pratt engines in IndiGo fleet by end of January a challenge: Ronojoy Dutta
IndiGo is Airbus' biggest client for A320neo planes, and while the P&W engines are fuel efficient there have been issues since they entered service in 2016, forcing the airline to ground its planes several times. In June, IndiGo dropped P&W in favour of French-U.S. engine venture CFM by agreeing a record $20 bn deal for more than 600 engines to power Airbus jets already on order.
TCS launches Microsoft Business Unit to help enterprises leverage AI, ML
The MBU will be led by Siva Ganesan, who has been with TCS for over 29 years and held various global leadership roles.
View: Don't jump the gun in Infosys governance row
It’s best to leave the determination of Infosys governance issue to the investigation that’s already underway. However, one point is clear. It is in the interest of all stakeholders that a company appropriately verifies any whistle-blower complaint, prior to making a disclosure. A premature disclosure goes against the principles of good corporate governance.
IAF may buy HAL's trainer aircraft, Air Chief to take sortie
The IAF is likely to float a Request for Proposal (RFP) with the state-run Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) this December for purchasing homemade HTT-40 basic aircraft for training its pilots. Ahead of the proposed RFP, Chief of Air Staff Air Chief Marshal Rakesh Kumar Singh Bhadauria is scheduled to undertake a test flight of the HTT-40.
With an eye on securing orders, Airbus conducts A220 aircraft's demonstration
Airbus' A220, with the largest and quietest cabin in its class, offers a wide-body passenger comfort in a single-aisle aircraft, a press statement by Airbus said. A220 incorporates state-of-the-art technologies, the latest aerodynamic design and new generation engines resulting in fuel savings of 20 per cent, the aircraft manufacturer added.
DGCA gives more time to IndiGo, GoAir for modifying P&W engines
"The position has been reviewed and we are happy to note that the airlines have made substantial progress with regard to the directives issued dated October 28 and 29," DGCA said.
Sri Lanka’s India ties hinge on Pakistan policy under Gotabaya
Pakistan was quick to congratulate Rajapaksa on his victory, like India, and expressed the hope that the new dispensation in Colombo would reverse some of the earlier decisions vis-à-vis Pakistan, according to people aware of the matter.
No more daytime flights as Kochi airport work is set to begin
Since almost all services have already been re- scheduled between 6 PM and 10 AM, the project period would see cancellation of only five services during the major runway re-surfacing period, a statement from the airport said on Monday.
Pakistan successfully conducts test launch of surface-to-surface ballistic missile
Pakistan on Monday conducted a test launch of a surface-to-surface ballistic missile capable of delivering all types of warheads up to 650 kilometres, the military announced. The Shaheen-1 missile is capable of delivering all types of warheads up to range of 650 KMs, the Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) tweeted.
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