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Tuesday 25 September 2012

Jet Aviation Set To Expand Maintenance Services In Moscow

FDI in aviation: Should foreign investors jet in?
So, in the aviation industry, two of the relatively smaller airlines, SpiceJet and Go Air, have been making waves and really ruling the sky with customer service and competitive fares. Their occupancy figures have been good, too. Will foreign investors ...
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Are the US and Europe headed for a trade war over airline carbon fees?
Washington Post (blog)
This would fold the aviation sector into the continent's cap-and-trade program for greenhouse emissions. All told, the new law would add about $3 to $6 to the cost of a flight from New York to London, according to an analysis from the MIT Global Change ...
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Ivy Tech gets aviation-training grant
Fort Wayne Journal Gazette
Officials said the grant will benefit displaced workers in northeast Indiana over the next three years as the college trains more than 500 people to become skilled aviation maintenance workers through the school's Aviation Maintenance Technology program.
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Budget Cuts Could Have Dire Consequences For Business Aviation
US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) Dire... Automatic, across-the-board budget cuts on January 2, 2013 as stipulated in the Budget Control Act of 2011 will impact all government programs with few exceptions, such as Medicare, Medicaid and Social ...
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Jet Aviation Set To Expand Maintenance Services In Moscow
Aviation International News
Jet Aviation was early to see the Russian business aviation boom coming and so was one of the first Western companies to take the leap of faith needed to launch operations there. Its maintenance facility at Moscow's Vnukovo Airport is approaching its ...
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Aviation International News
Civil Aviation Ministry seeks unconditional cover for Air India bond issue
Economic Times
NEW DELHI: The ministry of civil aviation is in no mood to lie low to the finance department's sudden decision of giving national carrier Air India a sovereign guarantee based on its performance, to resolve which minister Ajit Singh will soon meet his ...
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Economic Times
FDI in aviation: IndiGo says no plan to take foreign partner on-board
Daily News & Analysis
Contrary to its peers, who are upbeat about 49% foreign direct investment in Indian carriers, budget airline IndiGo on Tuesday said it has no plans to take on-board an overseas partner to expand its business. "We are not looking at any investment.. so ...
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Future of aviation is in Asean, says Fernandes
The Sun Daily
PETALING JAYA (Sept 25, 2012): AirAsia Bhd group CEO Tan Sri Tony Fernandes took to his blog on Monday to jab at certain bloggers who claimed that he had abandoned Malaysia by relocating the budget carrier's regional headquarters from Kuala ...
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Aviation capacity needs to be maximised
In the UK, there is renewed talk of building new airport capacity in the south-east. This might be either a third runway at Heathrow, or perhaps a new airport altogether. The current darling for this project is to put an airport on an artificial island ...
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Airports' Non-aviation Revenue Growing, Says MAHB
KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 25 (Bernama) -- Non-aviation revenue is fast becoming a major source of airport revenue around the world, said Malaysia Airports Holdings Bhd (MAHB). Its senior general manager, commercial services, Faizah Khairuddin, said in ...
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