Delta to take 50 A220-300s in upgauged order

Delta to take 50 A220-300s in upgauged order Delta Air Lines has ordered 15 additional Airbus A220-300s and converted orders for 35 A220-100s to the larger variant — deals that stand to bring Delta’s A220 fleet to 90 aircraft. The Atlanta-based carrier expects to take delivery of its first A220-300 in 2020. The aircraft will […]

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No Upsurge in Pro-nuclear News, Because There is None to Report

No Upsurge in Pro-nuclear News, Because There is None to Report Nuclear Power Is Economically Obsolete Last year the Trump administration’s Energy Department announced the launch of a media campaign to counter what an official called “misinformation” about nuclear power. We haven’t noticed an upsurge in pro-nuclear news—because there is none to report. On the […]

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Lenders Still Hopeful of Debt Recovery From Jet, Agree to Put in $450 Mn Further

Lenders Still Hopeful of Debt Recovery From Jet, Agree to Put in $450 Mn Further The lenders of debt-laden Jet Airways Ltd’s, India’s biggest full-service carrier by market share, have proposed a $900 million resolution plan, as per media reports on Wednesday. The resolution plan was shared with the airline’s lessors and vendors at a […]

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Delta to take 50 A220-300s in upgauged order

Delta Air Lines has ordered 15 additional Airbus A220-300s and converted orders for 35 A220-100s to the larger variant — deals that stand to bring Delta’s A220 fleet to 90 aircraft. The Atlanta-based carrier expects to take delivery of its first A220-300 in 2020. The aircraft will be configured with 130 seats, including first-class seats, […]

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No Upsurge in Pro-nuclear News, Because There is None to Report

Nuclear Power Is Economically Obsolete Last year the Trump administration’s Energy Department announced the launch of a media campaign to counter what an official called “misinformation” about nuclear power. We haven’t noticed an upsurge in pro-nuclear news—because there is none to report. On the first day of 2019, the energy industry trade journal Power asked […]

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Lenders Still Hopeful of Debt Recovery From Jet, Agree to Put in $450 Mn Further

The lenders of debt-laden Jet Airways Ltd’s, India’s biggest full-service carrier by market share, have proposed a $900 million resolution plan, as per media reports on Wednesday. The resolution plan was shared with the airline’s lessors and vendors at a meeting chaired by State Bank of India and attended by the airline’s senior management, including […]

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First 14 airlines confirmed for inaugural Connect MEIA forum

First 14 airlines confirmed for inaugural Connect MEIA forum Fourteen airlines have already confirmed their participation at Connect Middle East, India & Africa – co-located with Arabian Travel Market 2019 and taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre on April 30 and May 1. Senior network planning teams from Emirates, Etihad, flydubai, Air Arabia, Air […]

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Bamboo Airways nears launch with Vietnam AOC approval

Bamboo Airways nears launch with Vietnam AOC approval Vietnamese start-up Bamboo Airways is moving closer to its long-delayed a launch, after the Civil Aviation Authority of Vietnam (CAAV) granted the carrier an air operator certificate. In an 8 January press release, parent FLC Group says Bamboo was granted the AOC after completing necessary processes, complying […]

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Renewable energy: ‘Economic moats’ to drive further growth

Renewable energy: ‘Economic moats’ to drive further growth The renewable energy sector in India has been dynamic in the last two decades, and especially over the last few years, with ambitious targets. That said, recent bottlenecks the sector has faced suggest that businesses in the sector require to focus on creating “economic moats” to enable […]

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