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GST’s e-way bill system, which promises to enable faster movement of goods through a seamless portal-driven payment system, may see the light of the day from March 7, after technical glitches aborted its mandatory full-fledged launch on February 1. (5-0)
The cabinet has approved opening up coal mining to the private sector for commercial use. In an interview to CNBC-TV18, SK Acharya, Chairman of NLC India spoke at length about the same. (5-0)
Stocks of aviation companies took off on Monday as investors reacted to strong growth in air traffic for January.
Jet Airways (India) Ltd was supposed to be a turnaround story. Its shares have risen more than 60% from its lows in October, backed by the company’s comments that it plans to cut operational costs by a wide margin.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Hong Kong Express Airways Ltd expects at least a six-month delay in deliveries of new Airbus SE AIR.SE A320neo jets due to issues with engines made by Pratt & Whitney, according to an internal memo issued by the airline. (1-0)
In Star India's first year of airing IPL after winning the global media rights last year, the firm has signed 11 sponsors, including major firms such as Vivo, Parle, Coca-Cola, reports The Economic Times.
Shares of Infibeam Incorporation gained 6 percent intraday Thursday on the back of strong Q3 performance. (3-0)
Shares of Nestle India rose more than 5 percent intraday Thursday on the back of strong fourth quarter results.
New Delhi: The Delhi high court on Tuesday upheld its single judge order accepting Delhi airport’s decision to partially shift IndiGo (Interglobe Aviation Ltd) and SpiceJet Ltd operations from Terminal 1 (T-1) to Terminal 2 (T-2).
File picture shows the Airbus A320neo (New Engine Option) taking off during its first flight event in Colomiers near Toulouse, France, September 25, 2014. — Reuters picLONDON, Feb 12 — Airbus SE said almost a third of its Pratt & Whitney-powered A320neo aircraft are affected by a new engine glitch that has forced the European planemaker to halt some deliveries of the popular narrow-body jet. (69-0)
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IndiGo, the world’s biggest buyer of the Airbus SE A320neo, was forced to replace faulty Pratt & Whitney engines that power the jetliners in 69 cases over the last 18 months. India’s largest airline, run by InterGlobe Aviation, said there have been three incidents when engines shutdown during flight, and three other cases when a flight was scrubbed after engine issues were identified. (1-0)
New Delhi: IndiGo, the world’s biggest buyer of the Airbus SE A320neo, was forced to replace faulty Pratt & Whitney engines that power the jetliners in 69 cases over the last 18 months. (1-0)
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MUMBAI (Reuters) - Three Airbus A320neo aircraft operated by India’s biggest airline IndiGo, owned by InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, have been grounded, due to the latest Pratt & Whitney engine issue, IndiGo said in a statement on Saturday.