2012: A tumultuous year for Indian aviation


Kingfisher Airlines should clear Rs 300cr dues before restarting operations ...
Times of India
NEW DELHI: In a major blow to grounded Kingfisher's plans to restart operations, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has refused to give its nod to the airline to do so without first recovering dues of Rs 300 crore. The AAI conveyed this to the ...
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DGCA seeks more details from Kingfisher on its finances
Zee News
New Delhi: DGCA has sought additional details from Kingfisher Airlines on how it would fund its revival plan submitted to the aviation regulator for resumption of its flight operations, official sources said today. The Directorate General of Civil ...
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DGCA seeks more details from Kingfisher on finances
Moneycontrol.com
The DGCA has sought additional details from Kingfisher Airlines on how it would fund its revival plan submitted to the aviation regulator for resumption of its flight operations, official sources said on Friday. Source: PTI ...
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2012: A tumultuous year for Indian aviation
Rediff
It was not a smooth sailing for the Indian aviation industry in 2012 as it saw the grounding of Kingfisher Airlines and financial trouble hitting Air India and other carriers besides a prestigious $500 million airport upgrade contract bagged by a ...
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Aviation Minister Ajit Singh to put brakes on airfares, will introduce a ...
India Today
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh is working on a proposal to rein in the sharp and sudden increase in airfares by commercial airlines , especially during peak hours and the busy season, when hapless travellers are left with no option but to pay up ...
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India Today
Qatar Airways, Gulf Air awarded Saudi aviation licences
Reuters
RIYADH (Reuters) - Saudi Arabia's General Authority for Civil Aviation has awarded carrier licenses to Gulf Air and Qatar Airways, the Saudi state news agency reported on Friday, the first foreign airlines to win such a license in the kingdom. The ...
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China Aviation Oil looks overseas to India, Middle East
South China Morning Post
China Aviation Oil (CAO), Asia's top jet fuel buyer, is planning to tap newer growth markets like India and the Middle East as part of its plan to expand globally, its chief executive said. CAO's immediate plans are to focus on setting up its first ...
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Woodward Snatches Aviation Unit From GE for $200M
Fox Business
The aviation division manufactures hydraulic thrust reverser actuation systems used in commercial aircraft and is projected to generate 2013 revenue of about $150 million. Based in Duarte, Calif., theaviation business employs approximately 350 people ...
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GE to Purchase Aviation Business of Avio S.p.A
Aerospace Manufacturing and Design
GE will purchase the aviation business of Avio S.p.A., an Italy-based manufacturer of aviationpropulsion components and systems for civil and military aircraft, for $4.3 billion (€3.3 billion). GE plans to acquire Avio's aviation business from Cinven ...
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Woodward To Buy GE Aviation's Duarte Business For $200 Mln Cash
NASDAQ
(RTTNews.com) - Woodward, Inc. ( WWD ), a provider of energy control and optimizer solutions, Friday said it signed an agreement with GE Aviation Systems on December 27 to acquire its hydraulic thrust reverser actuation systems business located in ...
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One Marine, 100 Years of Marine Corps Aviation
Military.com
Imitating the sound of a Curtiss Condor's engines failing, Frank Baron Jr. mimics the tumbling motions of the aircraft falling from the sky. His hands rush to his shoulders as if grabbing for parachute straps. “I thought, 'This is it,' and then all of ...
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Forecast 2013: Triad's aviation industry struggles to find qualified workers
The Business Journal
Growth in the industry is expected to continue as companies including Greensboro-based TIMCOAviation Services, Honda Aircraft Co. and Machine Specialties add hundreds of additional jobs over the next several years. Adding jobs, that is, if they can ...
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