Airbus cautious on jet output increases


Airbus adopted a cautious stance on aircraft output on Monday, telling the airline and leasing i... »

India's coal import rush leads to port congestion


Indian power and steel companies are importing shiploads of coal due to a severe shortage at hom... »

Air Seychelles to launch direct flights to Mumbai from December


Air Seychelles, the national carrier of Seychelles, will launch direct flights to Mumbai from De... »

Japan to speed up study on Mumbai - Ahmedabad bullet train


Going ahead with the ambitious bullet train plan, Japan and India today agreed to expedite the o... »

Trains services hit on Asansol-Jhajha section

Jayanta Mallick

Eastern Railway on Monday said that train services have been disrupted on the Asansol-Jhajha sec... »

French govt ups pressure for end to Air France strike


The French government made a renewed appeal on Monday for a quick end to an Air France pilots strike which is costing the flag-carrier millions of euros a day, urging management to "clarify&q... »

CSL delivers speed boat

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Cochin Shipyard Ltd delivered the eighth of the series of 20 fast patrol vessels being built for the Indian Coast Guard. The vessel is named ICGS Amartya and will be operated by th... »

Private sector keen on building rail infra, says Minister

Growing interest Railway Minister DV Sadananda Gowda (left) and General Manager of South Central Railway PK Srivastava at a press conference in Hyderabad on Friday. G. RAMAKRISHNA

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The Union Railway Minister Sadananda Gowda today said that there has been growing interest from outside the country and within in developing the rail infrastructure and participating in building c... »

`Steps to boost coastal shipping’


A slew of steps are underway to promote coastal shipping including measures to tap global environment fund for creating additional capacities in the sector, said a senior government official.<... »

House panel wants to bring NHAI under its purview


A key Parliamentary financial committee wants to bring the National Highway Authority of India under its purview, but the authority working under the Road Ministry is opposed to the idea. ... »

No plans finalised yet for A-380 to Delhi: Emirates

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The Dubai based Emirates Airlines is yet to finalise plans to bring the world’s largest commercial aircraft, the Airbus A-380 on its regular flights to Delhi, Essa Suleiman Ahmad, Vice-Presiden... »

Jet Airways to launch full services on JetKonnect from Dec 1


In a bid to take on competition from Tata-SIA’s Vistara airline which is yet to start operations, Jet Airways today announced the launch of full services even on its all-economy subsidiary JetKonn... »

IndiGo inks ₹15,384-cr deal with China bank

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Budget carrier IndiGo has entered into a $2.6-billion (₹15,384 crore) deal with Industrial & Commercial Bank of China (ICBC) for financing the purchase of over 30 aircraft. The t... »

'L&T committed to implementing Hyderabad Metro project on schedule'

Matter of dispute Hyderabad Metro rail works progress slowly on the
Rasoolpura stretch in Hyderabad. PV SIVAKUMAR

V Rishi Kumar

L&T Metro Rail Hyderabad Limited and the Telangana Government are on a collision course regarding the ₹14, 132 crore metro rail project, with the former even suggesting that the State take ove... »

Emirates yet to decide on A380 services to Delhi

Ashwini Phadnis

Emirates has still not finalised its plans to bring the Airbus A380 to Delhi, Essa Suleiman Ahmad, Vice-President - India & Nepal, Emirates Airline, said on Wednesday. ... »

Domestic airlines fly 4 lakh more passengers in August

Jet Airways signs pact with CAE for pilots’ training

GMR to set up aerospace training centre; to follow Moroccan model

Final notification on e-rickshaws in 10 days

Direct India-Vietnam air service to begin from Nov 5

Air India Express may cross₹2,400-crore revenue target

Income-tax smooth sailing for seafarers on Indian flag vessels

Maharashtra looking at JICA funding for Bandra-Versova sea link

Airlines want new route guidelines changed

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The Government’s plans of revising the guidelines that domestic airlines have to follow to operate in India have run into rough weather as a number of airlines have written to the Ministry... »

You can order food on train via SMS from Sept 25

The Railways has stepped up efforts to improve catering services on trains.


Soon you can order meals of your taste through SMS while travelling on a train as Railways is launching a mobile phone-based service in a move to offer multiple catering options to passengers.... »

Air Seychelles to operate direct flights to Mumbai


Air Seychelles, in which gulf carrier Etihad holds 40 per cent stake, announced here today that it will launch direct flight services to Mumbai from December, making its foray into the Indian avia... »

Model concession agreement for PPP projects in Railways soon


Indian Railways is all set to come out with a model concession agreement (MCA) for executing its projects under public-private-partnership (PPP) mode, Union Railways Minister D V Sadananda Gowda s... »

Jet decides to dis-Konnect

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Jet Airways said on Thursday that it would become a full-services carrier and revert to its earlier practice of providing complimentary meals on all domestic flights. Effectively, the ‘J... »

Cochin Port Trust plans Kerala Travel Mart in Willingdon Island

Set to sail: A view of the stall of Kerala Tourism at KTM 2014 in Kochi on

V. Sajeev kumar

As B2B meetings and one-on-discussions gather steam at the ongoing Kerala Travel Mart venue, the Cochin Port Trust has unveiled a concept before investors’ for tourism promotion.   T... »

Sadbhav Infra to acquire remaining stake in Ahmedabad Road Project

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Sadbhav Engineering said its subsidiary, Sadbhav Infrastructure Project Ltd (SIPL), has signed a binding memorandum of agreement with the latter's joint venture partner Patel Infrastructure to acq... »

Jet Airways staff given medical training

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Jet Airways has tied up with Apollo Hospitals to train the airline’s staff to offer better customer care. As part of the programme, Jet Airways ground staff underwent medical train... »

E. Railway announces special trains to clear festive season rush

Jayanta Mallick

Eastern Railway (ER) has announced several special trains to clear the rush during the forthcoming festive season. It will run one weekly premium express special train between Sealdah an... »

Ferry service to Myanmar from Chennai to start next month

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Come October, a ferry service will start from Chennai to Yangon in Myanmar via Krishnapatnam (Andhra Pradesh), to facilitate passenger and freight movement.This was announced by Road Tra... »

Give priority berthing to coastal ships: Centre to ports

Cochin Shipyard to invest ₹1,200 cr to build dry dock

AP, M.P., Chhattisgarh respond to Centre's plea to cut sales tax on ATF

Pilot strike affects Air France flights from Bangalore, Delhi and Mumbai

Air France flights to Bangalore, Delhi, Mumbai cancelled on account of strike

Foodgrain to reach North-East via inland waterways

Kingfisher loan default only a trickle: Vinod Rai

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