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  • SpiceJet Takes Delivery of Airbus Plane

    SpiceJet Takes Delivery of Airbus Plane

    No-frills carrier SpiceJet, which is looking to expand its fleet, has taken delivery of another Airbus plane on wet lease basis.

  • Pope Francis Leaves for Rome After South America Visit

    Pope Francis Leaves for Rome After South America Visit

    Pope Francis departed Paraguay for Rome late Sunday, bringing to a close a week long visit where he drew attention to the poor and marginalized in some of the region's poorest nations.

  • First Electric Plane Flies Over English Channel

    First Electric Plane Flies Over English Channel

    European planemaker Airbus flew its E-fan electric plane, which operates exclusively on batteries, from Lydd, England, to Calais, France.

  • After Airbus, Mahindra to Make Naval Equipment With UK Firm

    After Airbus, Mahindra to Make Naval Equipment With UK Firm

    On the heels of tying up with Airbus Helicopters, Mahindra Defence Naval Systems on Monday said it has joined hands with Britain's Ultra Electronics to manufacture and supply underwater warfare equipment for the Indian Navy and radios for the Army.

  • For PM Modi's Digital India Push, An Audience of 10,000

    For PM Modi's Digital India Push, An Audience of 10,000

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi will present the government's roadmap to digitise India when he inaugurates Digital India Week at a big function in Delhi today. 10,000 guests, including top business leaders like Mukesh Ambani of Reliance and the Tata Group's Cyrus Mistry, are expected to attend.

  • IndiGo Owner Says Terms for 250-Jet Airbus Order Have Expired

    IndiGo Owner Says Terms for 250-Jet Airbus Order Have Expired

    Budget airline Indigo, India's biggest carrier by market share, signed a provisional order for 250 A320net jets from Airbus in October, handing the European planemaker's its biggest-ever potential order.

  • Lufthansa Readies Compensation for Germanwings Crash

    Lufthansa Readies Compensation for Germanwings Crash

    Deutsche Lufthansa plans to make offers of compensation in the coming days to the families of those killed in the crash of a Germanwings jet in the French Alps in late March, a spokesman for the airline said today.

  • France to Study Building Nuclear Reactors in Saudi Arabia

    France to Study Building Nuclear Reactors in Saudi Arabia

    France said it would look into building two nuclear reactors in Saudi Arabia, which is part of some $12 billion (10.7 billion euros) in deals announced today with the conservative kingdom.

  • Sydney-Dubai Flight Lands in Mumbai After 'Medical Emergency'

    Sydney-Dubai Flight Lands in Mumbai After 'Medical Emergency'

    An Airbus 380 plane made an emergency landing in Mumbai this evening after two passengers complained of chest pain.

  • India's Aviation Growth to be Double of Global Average: Airbus

    India's Aviation Growth to be Double of Global Average: Airbus

    Bullish on India as a marketplace as well as manufacturing hub, Airbus has already committed to source products worth $2 billion cumulatively over the next five years and it is now looking to provide customised maintenance and other services for all its airline customers in India closer to their base.

  • Make in India - a 'Jugalbandi' of IT and Manufacturing Skills: Anand Mahindra

    Make in India - a 'Jugalbandi' of IT and Manufacturing Skills: Anand Mahindra

    The chairman and managing director of the $16.9-billion Mahindra Group believes that it is the diversified business houses like his that need to take the lead and work with the Narendra Modi-led government to achieve the right kind of policy framework for such a cross-sector collaboration.

  • Airbus to Increase India Sourcing to $2 Billion by 2020

    Airbus to Increase India Sourcing to $2 Billion by 2020

    Showering fulsome praise for the Modi government's Make in India campaign, Airbus said it's making a large number of products in the country, either directly or through its supply partners, where collectively more than 5,000 people are employed.

  • Airbus Hopes to Land New A400M Orders Soon

    Airbus Hopes to Land New A400M Orders Soon

    The crash of an Airbus A400M military transport plane last month hasn't affected export orders, the firm's chief executive said today, adding Airbus hoped to land new customers soon.

  • The Ever-Evolving Cyber Threat to Planes

    The Ever-Evolving Cyber Threat to Planes

    Hackers and cyber-terrorists present an ever-evolving threat to airlines, with experts constantly testing for new vulnerabilities, including the fear that drones could be used to throw a plane off course.

  • India, Other Emerging Markets to Drive $5 Trillion Aircraft Demand: Airbus

    India, Other Emerging Markets to Drive $5 Trillion Aircraft Demand: Airbus

    Growing passenger traffic in India and other emerging markets would help generate aircraft demand worth about $5 trillion in 20 years and the fleet across the aviation industry would more than double by 2034, Airbus said on Tuesday.

  • Airbus to Build Satellites for OneWeb to Beam Internet From Space

    Airbus to Build Satellites for OneWeb to Beam Internet From Space

    The project will cost between $1.5 billion and $2 billion, OneWeb founder and Chief Executive Officer Greg Wyler said.

  • Airbus to Build Satellites for OneWeb to Beam Internet From Space

    Airbus to Build Satellites for OneWeb to Beam Internet From Space

    Europe's Airbus Group will design and build about 900 satellites for privately owned OneWeb Ltd, which plans to offer high-speed, space-based Internet access to billions of people worldwide, company officials said on Monday.

  • M&M Gains on Aerospace Deal With Airbus

    M&M Gains on Aerospace Deal With Airbus

    Shares of Mahindra & Mahindra (M&M) gained on Tuesday after its subsidiary clinched a contract from aircraft manufacturer Airbus at the Paris Air Show.

  • Bodies of 30 Germanwings Crash Victims Flown to Spain

    Bodies of 30 Germanwings Crash Victims Flown to Spain

    The bodies of 30 Spanish victims of Germanwings flight 4U9525, which crashed killing all 150 people onboard after being deliberately flown into the Alps by co-pilot Andreas Lubitz on March 24, were finally returned to their homeland on Monday.

  • Air India Introduces Second Colombo-Delhi Flight

    Air India Introduces Second Colombo-Delhi Flight

    Air India today introduced its second flight to Sri Lanka with the launch of a non-stop service from Delhi to Colombo.

  • Mahindra Wins Components Production Contract From Airbus

    Mahindra Wins Components Production Contract From Airbus

    Mahindra Aerospace will produce the aero-components in India and the deliveries to Airbus will start this year, the Indian company said, adding deliverables under the contract would be in excess of a million parts per annum.

  • Saudi Arabian Airlines Orders 50 Airbus Worth $8 Billion

    Saudi Arabian Airlines Orders 50 Airbus Worth $8 Billion

    Saudi Arabian Airlines has ordered 50 passenger planes from Airbus with a total catalogue value of some $8.0 billion (7.1 billion euros), the aviation giant announced today at the Paris Air Show.

  • Airbus Still Waiting for Spain A400M Test Flights to Resume

    Airbus Still Waiting for Spain A400M Test Flights to Resume

    Airbus is still waiting for Spain to give the green light to resume test flights of the A400M military plane, the company said Friday, after they were suspended in May following a fatal crash.

  • French Prosecutors Expand Germanwings Probe

    French Prosecutors Expand Germanwings Probe

    French investigators said on Thursday, they were expanding their German wings crash probe to see if anyone could be held liable for man slaughter, as it emerged the pilot had seen seven doctors in the month before the disaster.

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