Air India gets its first Dreamliner

Air India gets its first Dreamliner
Economic Times
After parking, a small religious ceremony was conducted to welcome the aircraft in the presence of Air India CMD Rohit Nandan and senior Civil Aviation Ministry and airline officials. The Dreamliner took 15 hours of flying time from Boeing's Charleston ...
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India dodges yet another safety audit of aviation sector
Times of India
NEW DELHI: India has yet again averted a safety audit and then a possible downgrade of its dangerously weak Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) by the Federal AviationAdministration (FAA). The constant stumbling of skeletons from DGCA ...
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Aviation Heritage Fair Takes to the Skies for Its 16th Year
Avionics Intelligence
The 16th Aviation Heritage Fair will be held Saturday, Sept. 15, from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Kent State University Airport, located at 4020 Kent Road in Stow, Ohio. The fair, a celebration of aviationeducation past, present and future, is ...
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Falcon Aviation Services is first gold sponsor of Abu Dhabi Air Expo
AME Info
Falcon Aviation Services (FAS), the private aviation company based at Al Bateen Executive Airport, established in 2006 by HH Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, has become the first official partner of the second annual General Aviation ...
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Duluth airport pioneer headed to aviation hall of fame
Duluth News Tribune
A pioneer in the development of a modern airport in Duluth from its beginnings as a cow pasture with a couple of sod runways will be inducted into the Minnesota Aviation Hall of Fame next year. By: Candace Renalls, Duluth News Tribune. Olson. image ...
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Jet Airways asked to explain lapse in safety checks
Hindustan Times
India's aviation safety regulator has asked Jet Airways to explain discrepancies in the airline's records that allegedly show that a senior pilot was allowed to operate flights without undergoing mandatory safety checks. Earlier this week, the ...
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Aviation ministry plans doing away with cabin baggage tags
Indian Express
Putting a tag on your cabin baggage and getting it stamped could soon be a thing of the past, as the civil aviation ministry is discussing a proposal to completely do away with this procedure. This is part of a larger plan to change the standard ...
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Oman to take part in aviation security meet
Times of Oman
Muscat: Oman will participate in the three-day 'high-level conference on aviation security (HLCAS)' in Montreal, Canada, which is organised by International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), on Wednesday. The Sultanate's delegation to the conference ...
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