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Aviation

Emirates airline introduces new fares
For economy and business class, the airline describes its new fare as ‘the most affordable’.
Etihad Airways appoints first female Emirati airport manager
Female employees make up 42 per cent of Etihad Airways’ workforce and this includes more than 130 Emirati women in the airline’s various management development programs.
Spain planning to list world’s largest airport operator AENA
The government will list 28 per cent of the operator on the stock market, Transport Minister Ana Pastor said.
Southeast Asia needs regional regulators, says AirAsia chief
The patchy airline safety record of Indonesia has been in the spotlight after an Indonesia AirAsia Airbus A320 crashed into the Java Sea.
Australia, China open skies in landmark air agreement
An additional 7,000 seats to be phased in weekly in two years
Gulf airlines and retailers vie for space in Dallas airport
Etihad and Qatar Airways followed in Emirates’ footsteps to add flights to Dallas last year, making it the latest US market in which all three carriers compete.
Milestone for Abu Dhabi airport
Airport’s three terminals welcome record 20 million passengers in 2014
Air India to cut costs by $226.6 million
The airline said surplus staff should be identified and overtime and expenses slashed, while flights not meeting their fuel costs should be cut.
Emirates Airline launches 13th weekly flight to Kolkata
Operating on Wednesdays, EK 572 will depart Dubai International Airport at 13.00 hours and arrive at Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport at 19.15 hours.
Singapore Airlines stops rehiring captains after 62
Previously, pilots with the rank of captain were allowed to fly beyond 62 under a re-employment contract renewable each year until the age of 64.
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