Aviation

United Delays Flights for Long; US Probe Begins

United Delays Flights for Long; US Probe Begins

A U. S. watchdog is investigating the world’s largest airline United Continental Holdings Inc. (UAL) after it halted flights on tarmacs during Chicago storms, a recent report has uncovered.

India Allows Overseas Airlines to Enter Aviation Industry

India Allows Overseas Airlines to Enter Aviation Industry

The proposals to allow foreign investors to enter retail and aviation industries of India had been held last year, a recent report has uncovered.

Merging Proposal of EADS and BAE Would Modify EADS's Investment Case Materially: Analysts Said

Merging Proposal of EADS and BAE Would Modify EADS's Investment Case Materially:

Late Wednesday, an announcement regarding the merger of Europe’s two largest aerospace and military companies was made, following which different reviews were given.

New Government to Decide the Fate of UK Airport

New Government to Decide the Fate of UK Airport

The government has announced that they will not be making any final decision regarding the further development of UK airport at Heathrow till the time next general elections are not held.

Easyjet to Allocate Seats to Passengers from November

Easyjet to Allocate Seats to Passengers from November

While taking in consideration of the demands of the air travelers, the Easyjet has promised of introducing allocated seating.

Special British Airways Planes Dubbed ‘Dove’ Introduced

Special British Airways Planes Dubbed ‘Dove’ Introduced

Recent news claimed that the Olympic symbolic special set British Airways planes have been introduced.

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