US army investigating plane crash in Taliban-held area
Local Afghan officials had said earlier on Monday that a passenger plane from Afghanistan's Ariana Airlines had crashed in the Taliban-held area of the eastern Ghazni province. However, Ariana Airlines told The Associated Press that none of its planes had crashed in Afghanistan. The conflicting accounts could not immediately be reconciled.
GoAir's Bengaluru-Phuket flight does mid-air turn back due to 'technical glitch'
"The aircraft has since been changed and departed with the p...
Air bag woes force Honda, Toyota to recall 6 million vehicles
The Toyota recall affects about 3.4 million vehicles globally and is being done...
Chadar Trek: IAF says 71 trekkers brought to safety after Zanskar flooding, rescue ops still on
Indian Air Force's Advanced Light Helicopters carried out a search and rescue operation in Ladakh's Zanskar valley after sudden flooding in ...
Crisil upgrades Air Works rating
The long-term and short-term ratings on the aviation MRO (maintenance, repair and overhaul) services provider have been upgraded to BBB/Stable and Crisil A3+.
New CEO stands by 737 MAX, eyeing reset at troubled Boeing
"I commit to you to be more accessible than the team has been," Calhoun said at the outset of an hour-long conference call with reporters, the first such event with a Boeing executive since the MAX was grounded in March following two deadly crashes. Calhoun vowed a "safety first" culture and promised investment in the firm's engineers.
How India's car market is undergoing a rapid change
Car companies have long tried to load vehicles with tech. But the level of tech and tech-enabled services in popular models now hitting the roads in India is such that the ecosystem is witnessing a realignment.
Iran to download plane black box after missile blamed for crash
Iran, which has denied the Boeing 737-800 was downed by a missile, said it could take one or two months to extract information from the voice and flight data recorders. It said it could ask Russia, Canada, France or Ukraine if it needed help.
Iran shot down Ukrainian passenger plane, Western leaders declare
The crash came just a few hours after Iran launched a ballistic attack against Iraqi military bases housing US troops in its violent confrontation with Washington over the U.S. drone strike that killed an Iranian Revolutionary Guard general. The airliner could have been mistaken for a threat, said four U.S. officials, speaking on condition of anonymity to discuss sensitive intelligence.
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.
AI flights to Europe, Americas avoid Iran airspace; flight timings to increase by up to 40 minutes
Due to tension between the US and Iran, which saw the US killing Iran’s top general and Iran retaliating by bombing US military base in Iraq has heightened tension in the region.
Gold jumps to 4-month peak as Middle East tensions spark safety buying
Spot gold rose 1.3% to $1,548.94 per ounce as of 1:31 p.m. EST (1831 GMT), having risen to $1,553.20 earlier in the session, its highest since Sept. 5.
SpiceJet flight asked to abort landing due to non-deployment of nose gear, major accident averted: Navy
Alert Indian Navy Air Traffic Services at Goa Airport averted major accident today when the Runway Controller Ramesh Tigga, Leading Airman (Air Handler) noticed that the nose landing gear of the Spicejet Flight SG 3568, which was on its final approach, was not deployed.
Damning Boeing employee messages say Max 'designed by clowns'
The communications threaten to upend Boeing’s efforts to rebuild public trust in the 737 Max
View: For the economy to grow, here's what the govt exactly needs to do
When options are limited, 'reorienting' the State’s priorities is applicable to the businesses it owns.
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