Video shows explosion after small plane crash
The pilot killed when his small plane crashed into a Utah neighborhood Wednesday was the founde...
Share market update: Aviation stocks fly; Jet Airways climbs 5%
The 30 shares BSE Sensex was up 77.38 points at 41937.07.
At Alibaba's FlyZoo futuristic hotel, robots run the show
Alibaba’s FlyZoo hotel with its range of AI intelligent services in the 290-room property in Hangzhou will transcend you into a world where ...
Harry & Meghan can take tips from these royals: Dutch King flies jets, Sweden's Princess works with non-profits
Several European royals have tried to carve out careers away from the pomp and ceremony of their families' traditional duties.
Share market update: Aviation stocks fly; Jet Airways soars 5%
The 30 shares BSE Sensex was up 199.61 points at 41799.33.
Fly me to the Moon! Japanese billionaire wants a girlfriend to join him on SpaceX rocket
Yusaku Maezawa is accepting applications from "single women aged 20 or over."
Japan's NEC Corp looks to tap opportunities in smart digital solutions in India, eyes USD 1 bn revenue in 5 yrs
NEC Corporation contributed to the implementation of Aadhaar Programme in India by providing its biometrics identification system & has recently completed the trial of a flying car in Japan. The co at present is laying down submarine cable from Chennai to Andaman & Nicobar Islands, a 2,300-km long under sea project expected to be completed in 2020.
Air India policing artworks so they don’t fly away
Air India is keeping a close eye on about 40,000 pieces of art to ensure that it doesn’t lose any more of them.
Share market update: Aviation stocks mixed; Jet Airways flies 5%
The 30 shares BSE Sensex was up 192.46 points at 40869.09.
Where’s your flying car? Hyundai and Uber say they’re working on it
During peak hours, the S-A1 would take about 5 to 7 minutes to recharge, Hyundai said. Multiple rotors would allow for vertical takeoff and landing and be quieter than large-rotor helicopters with combustion engines — a feature critical to its use in cities, according to the company.
DGCA wants action against unruly AI passengers
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked Air India (AI) to act against unruly passengers who banged on the cockpit door and misbehaved with the crew of a delayed Delhi-Mumbai flight on Thursday (January 2).
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