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TATA GROUP RIDING THE AMBITIOUS AVIATION ARC
Having raised its stake in AirAsia India, alongside operating Vistara, Tata Group is a strong bidder for Air India too
PRATT & WHITNEY PUREPOWER ENGINES
The Pratt & Whitney PurePower Geared Turbofan engine introduced dramatic improvements in propulsive efficiency and noise reduction
SIX BOEING 777 FREIGHTERS FOR CHINA AIRLINES
China Airlines has becomes the 20th operator of the twin-aisle freighter. The company’s Chairman Hsieh Su-Chien stated:
TATA'S STAKE CLIMB UP THE LADDER IN INDIAN AVIATION INDUSTRY
Tata group increased its holdings in AirAsia India to 84 per cent
INDIAN AIRLINE INDUSTRY ON THE ROAD TO RECOVERY
Around two months after the imposition of total lockdown for three weeks commencing March 23, 2020, domestic flights albeit with much reduced frequency, were permitted to operate
EMBRAER E190 OPERATING WITH MYANMAR AIRWAYS
On December 21 last year, Myanmar Airways International’s (MAI) first Embraer E190 commenced operations from Yangon.
EMERGING CONFIGURATIONS FOR SUSTAINABLE AVIATION
Aviation contributes two per cent of humanmade Co 2 emissions and has challenged itself to reduce net emissions even while demand for air travel and transport has grown significantly
BLURRING DISTINCTION BETWEEN NARROW-BODY AND WIDE-BODY AIRLINERS
The major benefit which will emerge is that terribly busy hubs will de-congest with the number of transiting passengers reducing drastically as the layovers at the hubs will be done away with
Supersonic Airliners On The Horizon
Although the aviation industry has been severely hit by the coronavirus pandemic, the nascent field of high-speed civil aviation is one area that is recording noteworthy progress
Travel Transitions In 2021
From contactless checkin to biometric gateways, cabin cleaning, increased collaboration, domestic travel, common travel digital passport, travelling in 2021 and beyond comes decked up with innovations
Embraer successfully concludes aerial refuelling qualification between two KC-390 Millennium aircraft
The twin-turbo fan powered KC-390 can be refuelled in flight and can be used for in-flight or on-ground refuelling of other aircraft.
Myanmar junta wants ‘stability' before heeding pleas on violence
YANGON (AFP) -Myanmar’s junta said Tuesday it would heed regional pleas to stop violence only when the country “returns to stability,” as fresh fighting erupted with a major ethnic rebel group along its eastern border.
Myanmar: Hope Lies In Tatters
Before it all changed, Myanmar was seen as Southeast Asia’s last great frontier. With a young, vibrant population of 57 million Myanmar was tapped to be a future leader among emerging economies.
TROOPS FIRE AT FUNERAL AS MYANMAR MOURNS BLOODIEST DAY SINCE COUP
Myanmar security forces opened fire on Sunday, witnesses said, at people gathered for the funeral of one of the 114 people killed the previous day, the bloodiest day of protests since the military coup on Feb. 1.
World's defense chiefs condemn Myanmar bloodbath
YANGON (AFP) – Defense chiefs from a dozen countries yesterday jointly condemned the bloodbath in Myanmar a day earlier, when at least 90 people – including several children – were killed after security forces opened fire on anti-coup protesters.
50 protesters killed in Myanmar crackdown
‘DAY OF SHAME FOR ARMED FORCES’
China sore as protesters target factories run by its nationals, demands safety
ATTACKS on Chinese-run factories in Yangon drew demands on Monday from Beijing for protection for their property and employees, while many in Myanmar expressed outrage over China’s apparent lack of concern for those killed in protests against last month’s military coup.
Myanmar declares martial law in Yangon townships
YANGON (Reuters) – Myanmar ’s junta late Sunday imposed martial law in two densely populated Yangon townships after at least 18 protesters were killed in one of the deadliest days since the Feb. 1 coup.
Myanmar forces kill 38 protesters: Report
Chinese Factories Set Ablaze In Yangon: Embassy
5 more killed in Myanmar protests
YANGON (Reuters) – Myanmar security forces opened fire on anti-coup protesters in the commercial capital Yangon yesterday, and at least three people were killed, witnesses and domestic media said.