Archive for July, 2010

Canadian universities see India as land of opportunity

Some Canadian universities chronically short of students and funds need to tap into Indian market Canadian schools, which have long recruited heavily in such countries as China and the United States, are increasingly targeting India In a rocky field dotted with mango trees, five minutes from southern...

July 23rd, 2010 | Career | Read More

Air traffic in India continues to rise

Total passengers carried during second quarter is 135 lakhs Jet Airways and its subsidiary JetLite together garnered the largest chunk of passengers flying 35.28 lakh, followed by Kingfisher at 28.42 lakh and Air India (Domestic) 23.69 lakh. Air traffic in India continued to show a marked improvement...

July 23rd, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

The T3 Vismaya

New Delhi Airport’s Terminal 3 is sixth largest in the world India is projecting the new, swanky Terminal 3 at IGI as an example of country’s growing prosperity and confidence. New Delhi Indira Gandhi International Airport’s Terminal 3 that was inaugurated on July 3 by Prime Minister...

July 23rd, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Close Encounters of the Feathered Kind

Bird strike a serious safety hazard at Indian airports too AH Correspondent Though they are so tiny and light when compared with the magnificent flying machines, birds always had represented a serious threat to aircraft. Thought most of the striking of birds with aircraft do not result in any significant...

July 22nd, 2010 | Aviation, Featured | Read More

Four bird-hits within one month

July 08: Massive bird activity at IGI New Delhi resulted in grounding of a Cathy Pacific flight after bird strikes. Operations had to be stalled at the airport on about four occasions. July 07: SpiceJet flight SJ- 913 suffered a bird-hit at Jaipur while taxing soon after it arrived from Ahmedabad on...

July 22nd, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

Concerns Paramount in the southern skies

With a single aircraft the airline struggle to stay alive AH Correspondent According to airport authorities, Paramount had been operating its services with a single Embraer aircraft VT-PAC to destinations like Madurai,Coimbatore and Trivandrum for quite some time On July 07, an official of Paramount...

July 22nd, 2010 | Aviation | Read More

The Month That Was-for The Flying Birds

Airline news round-up from all over India Air India July 06 As part of restructuring its top hierarchy, Air India plans to hire some senior executives, including a Chief Strategy Officer and a Chief Operating Officer for its lowcost international arm Air India Express. June 30 The Air India engineering...

July 22nd, 2010 | Airlines, News | Read More

Spa industry sees huge growth:

Malaysia one of the most competitive spa destinations in Asia HEALTH is truly wealth when it comes to travelling. As a traveller, a certain level of fitness and stamina is vital to last the distance, to sample as many sights, sounds and experiences as possible. Spa stands for salus per aqua, which means...

July 9th, 2010 | Featured, Tourism | Read More

Let Off Some Steam in the Miami Heat

By Barbara Wade Looking for a hot vacation in the tropics? Miami is the place to be. Stunning beaches, crystal-clear water, breathtaking blue skies, and luxury living unlike anywhere else are all waiting for you in this tropical paradise. And after a day spent sprawled on the warm sun-bleached sands,...

July 9th, 2010 | Featured, Travel | Read More

Delta will add First-Class Seats in long distance domestic flights

Delta Air Lines said it will add first class seats this year to domestic flights longer than 750 miles or about two and a half hours long trips. After this addition 50 routes that feature Delta Connection flights with just one service class will have both first and economy class.Meals and linen service...

July 9th, 2010 | Aviation | Read More
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