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Tata Sons' chief ethics officer Mukund Rajan resigns
Rajan's last day at Tata Sons, where he has worked since the 1990s, will be March 31.
British architecture firm bags deal to design Navi Mumbai airport
British architecture firm Zaha Hadid Architects bagged the contract from Navi Mumbai International Airport Limited...
DGCA grounds 11 IndiGO, GoAir aircraft over engine woes
The decision comes hours after an A320 neo aircraft of IndiGo suffered engine failure mid-air and made an emergency...
Why China deployed its latest jet fighter
This is perhaps the most authoritative portrayal so far of Indian air power as a threat to China.
How Jet Airways plans to beat slot crunch
Airline pares capacity on routes like Mumbai-Delhi and Mumbai-Bengaluru on weekends, uses freed up slot at Mumbai to...
IndiGo, GoAir cancel 48 flights
Of the 48 flights, which are not being operated as part of the curtailed schedule, 42 are of IndiGo and six of GoAir.
Airline Passengers: You have rights!
Government to ask airlines to educate flyers. 'It will be an exhaustive charter which will tell the passenger about...
How govt plans to achieve its goal of a billion passenger air trips a year
Besides aircraft, passenger drones, helicopters, turboprops and seaplanes will help the government achieve its...
IndiGo, GoAir cancel 65 flights after grounding of faulty planes
The DGCA cracked the whip after an IndiGo flight bound for Lucknow returned to Ahmedabad within 40 minutes of its...
Now, US Army will get Apache chopper fuselages from India
Tata Boeing Aerospace inaugurated its facility to produce fuselages for the AH-64 Apache helicopter in Hyderabad.
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