Articles by Aviation

The Sweet, Deadly Side Of An Airline Breakfast

Satyendra Garg totalled up the sugar content in an airline breakfast recently, and the result was shocking!

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Why Jet Airways Nosedived And What's Next In The Turbulent Sky: A Dozen Issues

Jet Airways crash-landed after ruling the skies for 26 years. With massive debts and with no investors keen to rescue the beleaguered airline, the life jackets are out

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Will SBI Takeover Of Jet Airways Operations Give Wings To Ailing Airline?

Out of a total fleet of 119 aircraft, Jet Airways is now operating less than 15 after grounding most planes due to non-payment of dues to lessors.

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What Has Led To Crisis In India's Aviation Sector

The aviation sector is in the midst of a meltdown; flights grounded, tourism worst hit

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68% Rise In 'Near Misses' In Indian Skies In 2018, Reveals RTI

About 20,000 fliers on 94 flights escaped a collision in 2018

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UDAN Fails To Take Off

The Modi government’s affordable flying scheme hasn’t worked so far. Here’s why.

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How No Alcohol Tests Abroad Can Let Drunken Indian Pilots Off The Hook

Alcohol is banned for Indian pilots, but no tests abroad can let a drunken aviator off the hook

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A Choppier Tale: Jay Panda Case Won’t Stand, But Naveen Patnaik's Got What He Wanted

The case against Jay Panda is most likely to die a natural death. The Odisha government, however, would be happy that the limited purpose for which it was lodged in the first place has already been fulfilled.

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Why Villagers Are Unhappy With UP's Jewar Airport Project

Uttar Pradesh government will be acquiring 1337 hectares of land for the proposed Jewar international airport in Gautam Buddh Nagar district in the first phase of the project. A total of 5926 families will be affected.

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