Wednesday, 31 October 2012

Kindergarten Co-Pilots : An Airplane transformed into kids' School




A headteacher in the Georgian city of Rustavi has found an unusual way to get children's early education off the ground -- by transforming an airplane into a kindergarten.
Gari Chapidze bought the old but fully functional Yakovlev Yak-42 from Georgian Airways and refurbished its interior with educational equipment, games and toys but left the cockpit instruments intact so they could be used as play tools.



Jet Airways, Air India resume flights to storm-hit US
Economic Times
Air India would operate AI-101 Delhi-New York and AI-191 Mumbai-Newark (EWR) flights in the wee hours tomorrow, while Jet Airways would operate its flights 9W-228 and 9W-227 to and from EWR via Brussels, spokespersons of both the airlines said.
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Economic Times
Airlines in India fix prices, Federation of Indian Airlines works as cartel ...
Times of India
MUMBAI: In a scathing attack against domestic carriers on price manipulation, GR Gopinath, entrepreneur and founder of India's first low-cost airline Air Deccan saidairlines in India fix prices and the Federation of Indian Airlines or the FIA which is ...
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Times of India
Kingfisher Airlines to vacate hangars at Chennai, Kolkata airports
NDTV
Debt-laden Kingfisher Airlines will not be allowed to resume operations until the carrier submits a plan that's acceptable to the Airports Authority of India (AAI), the chairman of the airport regulator told NDTV Profit today. The chairman, V.P ...
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AMR's American Airlines Settles Litigation With Sabre
Bloomberg
(AAMRQ)'s American Airlines settled litigation with Sabre Holdings Inc., the flight data and reservation business that American spun off in 2000 and later accused of trying to crush competition from its former parent. The companies renewed their ...
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Airlines will take time to recover from storm
Hindustan Times
Air travelers are facing days of frustration as disruptions from the virtual shutdown of the air travel system in the US East Coast, ripple out nationally and across the world, airlines struggle to put the pieces back together. Airlines have cut so ...
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Hurricane Sandy's force hits European airlines, insurers and markets
Economic Times
PARIS: Hurricane Sandy, which hammered New York again on Tuesday, has had an economic impact well beyond the limits of its already impressive physical size, with European stock and oil markets, airlines and insurance companies all affected.
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Economic Times
Singapore Airlines-Virgin Australia Deal: Defending the Kangaroo
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Singapore Airlines Ltd.'s decision to buy a 10% stake in Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd. Tuesday is a smart move at protecting its prized “Kangaroo route,” analysts say. According to Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the Kangaroo route, which flies the day ...
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Wall Street Journal (blog)
FIIs increase shareholding in Kingfisher Airlines, cut in Jet Airways and SpiceJet
Economic Times
CHENNAI: In a speculative bet, foreign institutional investors have increased their shareholding in debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines while cutting their exposure in seemingly better-placed rivals Jet Airways and SpiceJet. The latest shareholding data...
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Economic Times
NY, NEWARK AIRPORTS REOPEN: Airlines face big task returning travel to ...
Malaya
NEW YORK –– Superstorm Sandy grounded more than 18,000 flights across the Northeast and the globe, and it will take days before travel gets back to normal, but limited air travel is expected to return to the New York City metro area on Wednesday.
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