EUROPEAN UNION AIR SAFETY AGENCY
Air India's Hyderabad MRO eyes EASA certification
The MRO hangar at the Rajiv Gandhi International Airport can accommodate two A320 family aircraft simultaneously or one wide body aircraft such as B747 or B777. The MRO facility now offers services to the captive fleet and is planning to increase shifts to two.
Lapses plague Lion Air, year after disaster
The Indonesian carrier seems to be in denial mode about the concerns regarding its safety practic...
After Jet Airways' demise, Lufthansa plans to 'strengthen' partnerships with Indian airlines
For 2020, the Lufthansa group will be trying to ...
Working to get 737 Max back in air, says Boeing
“Boeing has tested over 800 test flights (on B737Max) and is working on improving the training process involving B737Max. We are working closely with regulators round the world to bring the aircraft back to service,” said Darren Hulst, director (product, forecast and current market), Boeing Commercial Aircraft.
Boeing unveils revamp to deepen safety focus after Max crashes
The company had already rung up $8.3 billion in Max-related expenses through July.
Novelis to step in to clear the air over Aleris deal: Satish Pai, MD, Hindalco
The European Commission, the EU’s executive branch has a deadline up till October 7 to decide on its investigation into the deal.
Airlines play safe with A320Neo, lighten load
Unlike the Boeing 737 MAX, the A320NEO has never had an excessive pitch problem during flight operations.
European pilots want air-safety regulator to get tough on Boeing
The ECA, which represents pilots at Max operators, is unhappy with the expanding role of planemakers in licensing new models.
HAL-made Dornier 228 aircraft can now be used in Europe
The non-pressurised plane has maximum cruise speed of 428 kmph and a range of 700 km.
DGCA wants all 737 Max pilots to be given simulator training to ensure passenger safety
Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) told PTI that the regulator will "conduct its own checks once the US aviation regulator Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) gives the green light to the 737 Max plane".
Document suggests Boeing pilots saw MAX system problems in 2016
In recent days, American Airlines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines have pushed back their target dates for returning the MAX to service, with the three carriers pulling all flights for the aircraft through January or February 2020.
FSTC secures EASA Level D approval for A320 neo full flight simulator
FSTC currently operates from two locations in the country - Delhi and Hyderabad and have 2 B737 NG, 2 A320, 1 A320neo and 1 Bombardier Dash 8 Q400 simulator.
Tatas battle misinformation campaign against salt brand
Regulatory bodies and associations like FSSAI and Indian Medical Association have also categorically debunked this, the company said.
View: World's oil security blanket has been torched
Holding all of the world’s spare production capacity in one place has always been a risk.
Regulators challenge Boeing to prove its Max jets are safe
The decision to send the recorders to France was seen as a rebuke to the United States, which held out longer than most other countries in grounding the jets.
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