European airlines head for bigger losses

Ready to pay salaries in next few days: Kingfisher Airlines CEO
Times of India
NEW DELHI: A day after declaring a partial lockout, top officials of beleaguered Kingfisher Airlineson Tuesday met DGCA chief and promised to pay salaries of the staff held up for last six months in the next few days. The airline CEO Sanjay Agarwal ...
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3rd American Airlines flight had seats come loose
Boston.com
DALLAS (AP) — American Airlines says passenger seats on a third flight came loose as the plane was airborne, and it's continuing to inspect other jets with similar seating. The airline acknowledged Tuesday that seats came loose on a flight last week ...
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European airlines head for bigger losses
Moneycontrol.com
Europe's airlines are set to record a bigger than expected USD 1.2 billion net loss this year, partly because the number of passengers travelling in first or business class is declining, the industry's trade body said on Monday. Source: Ft.com ...
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Kingfisher Airlines CEO to meet DGCA today amidst crisis
IBNLive
The CEO of the cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines is expected to meet the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday. The CEO was summoned by the DGCA after all of KingfisherAirlines flights were cancelled on Monday after its pilots and ...
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Kingfisher Airlines declares temporary lockout till October 4
IBNLive.com
Kingfisher Airlines on Monday evening declared a temporary lockout of its operations till October 4. The decision of the airlines came few hours after Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh warned that the company will not be allowed to fly if safety norms ...
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Decision on Kingfisher Airlines after DGCA report: Ajit Singh
IBNLive
Aviation Minister Ajit Singh on Tuesday reiterated that Kingfisher Airlines will not be allowed to operate flights until its engineers report back to work and they certify on the flights' safety. "Passenger safety cannot be compromised. The Directorate ...
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Why Wi-Fi connectivity has become a necessity for airlines
Economic Times
As airlines race to create connectivity on international flights through satellite Wi-Fi, the ability to stay online in the skies will only increase, experts say. Tony Drockton, who owns a luxury handbag company in Southern California, used to take the ...
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Economic Times
Spirit Airlines increases fees for carry-on and checked baggage
Fox News
Traveling with baggage on Spirit Airlines this Thanksgiving season can get pretty pricey unless you plan ahead. The airline has announced that starting November 6 it will be charging $100 for passengers if they wait to pay for carry-on baggage at the gate.
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Kingfisher Airlines declares partial lockout, suspends flights till Thursday
Times of India
MUMBAI: Kingfisher Airlines tonight declared a partial lockout with immediate effect and suspended till Thursday flight operations which came to a grinding halt following a strike by a section of its employees. In a statement, the Vijay Mallya-owned ...
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Kingfisher Airlines under partial lockout after govt warning
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Kingfisher Airline's troubles seem to be increasing by the day with the Vijay Mallya-promoted carrier declaring a partial lockout till Thursday even as it is facing the prospect of being grounded with the government warning that it will not ...
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Economic Times
Aviation company Sierra Nevada buys Wichita firms
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In the past two years, 3S Certification received an Organization Designation Authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration, allowing it to give authority to approve Supplemental Type Certificates necessary for aircraft modifications. The ...
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PIA welcomes Palpa's aviation safety measures
The Nation
KARACHI – PIA Managing Director Muhammad Junaid Yunus has expressed confidence and full support to Pakistan Airline Pilots Association (PALPA) in all their endeavors for the growth of the airline and addressing aviation safety measures to make air ...
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Sivak: Aviation authorities of Belarus, Russia maintain a dialogue
News of Belarus
MINSK, 2 October (BelTA) – The aviation authorities of Belarus and Russia maintain normal working relations, BelTA learnt from Minister of Transport and Communications of Belarus Anatoly Sivak. “Russians are our partners; do not try to make our ...
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Clear skies ahead for aviation industry
China Daily
Lu Yong, chairman of Ruohang Transportation Development Co, said he is confident theaviation industry will continue to expand in China despite obstacles that obstruct its path. His general aviation company has been operating in Nanjing, capital of ...
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China Daily
Ultimate price for pilot Des Porter's dream
The Australian
A water-skiing and motor racing enthusiast, Mr Dawson was drawn to aviation by his great friend. Together they would visit Caboolture's airstrip to maintain and polish the DH84. Mr Dawson was frequently at Mr Porter's side in the air. The pair had met ...
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US aviation firm sees big growth in air ambulance
Malaya
The firm also caters to AIG, considered the biggest insurance company in the world. Carejet was tapped by American-owned Aviation Concepts, based in Subic to implement the air ambulance project. Aviation Concepts is run by his friend, Terry Habeck, ...
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Kingfisher walks a tightrope on labour unrest
Reuters India
NS), controlled by liquor baron Vijay Mallya, cancelled all flights through Thursday because of labour unrest and was ordered by the aviation regulator to submit a revival plan before it can fly again. The heavily indebted airline, which has been ...
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Government's move to control aircraft purchase may push more flights to ...
Economic Times
The civil aviation minister, Ajit Singh, is pushing for a more aggressive stance towards private airlines who buy a large number of aircraft and deploy them on a few routes creating overcapacity. He wants them to tailor those purchases and increase ...
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