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Air Arabia Abu Dhabi on growth path
Air Arabia Abu Dhabi which completes one year of operations in July, plans to accelerate growth once Abu Dhabi loosens travel restrictions.
ACAAI's CCI case clears IATA
Though the Competition Commission of India (CCI) has ordered that the nine-year-old case be closed, will the Air Cargo Agents Association of India (ACAAI) remain quiet?
IAG Cargo continues with aid effort
IAG Cargo, the cargo division of International Airlines Group (IAG) and its sister airline British Airways has transported aid to India for the second time in two weeks.
Blue Dart on positive momentum growth in Q4
Blue Dart Express Limited posted ₹891 million profit after tax (previous year ₹238 million loss) for the quarter ended March 31, 2021 and ₹963 million profit after tax (previous year ₹383 million loss) for the year ended March 31, 2021.
IATA: Air Cargo means good news
Demand of air cargo was up 12 per cent — outperforming pre-COVID levels (April 2019)
Cargo holds ground amidst trying times
The financial crunch could see lessors taking over planes for non-payment and if that happens, air cargo will feel the effect. Amidst all this, however, cargo reigns supreme and carriers like IndiGo have plans for freighters.
RIGHT FROM THE WORD 'GO'
GoAir, one of the oldest carriers in the country, is planning to go Ultra Low Cost even as it inches forward to an IPO. Will it succeed in its plans? AMEYA JOSHI lists out the challenges the carrier will face.
Dassault's Falcon 10X sets the bar
With a $75 million price tag, Dassault Aviation’s Falcon 10X will be the aircraft that corporates and high net worth individuals will want. Launched recently and marking an end to the slowdown in new business aircraft development programmes, the Falcon 10X promises to set the benchmark in the ultra-long-range, wide-cabin business jet market
Many of us have lost our jobs – blame it on the pandemic – but quite a few have clawed back in these difficult times. The hardest-hit aviation community has some fine examples.
SriLankan focuses on cargo
As it moves to induct its first freighter, the carrier is looking to become an active player in the island nation’s growing international trade, said cargo head Chamara Ranasinghe to Tirthankar Ghosh