Tuesday, 25 September 2012

GE Capital Aviation Services To Lease Two Embraer E190s to Myanma Airways

DGCA looking at airlines' demand for charging petty services
Economic Times
MUMBAI: Aviation regulator DGCA today said it is considering proposals by various airlines to increase their ancillary revenue by levying charges on both on-board as well as ground services from passengers, as carriers grapple with rising cost of ...
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GE Capital Aviation Services To Lease Two Embraer E190s to Myanma Airways
The Embraer E190, powered by CF34-10E engines made by GE Aviation, will expand and modernize the Myanma Airlines fleet. Over 1,000 orders for E-Jets have been placed and over 800 units delivered, to date. The aircraft have ranges of up to 2,400 ...
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'Decisions on FDI in Retail, Aviation Momentous'
Despite criticism over allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retail and aviation, Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan today said that reform had redefined the relationship between politics and economy. "These are exciting times.
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