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Vijay Mallya UK Court

Vijay Mallya appears before UK Court in extradition case

 Embattled liquor baron Vijay Mallya was produced before London’s Westminster Magistrates Court for hearing in connection with extradition case against him, on Friday. Mallya is facing a trail in a UK Court, to rule if he can be extradited to India to face charges for financial irregularities involving a total amount of Rs 9,000 crores, as well as money laundering cases. Earlier

Indian Navy gets its first woman pilot, 3 women NAI officers

Kannur (Ker), Nov 23, Indian Navy gets first woman pilot, 3 women NAI officers : In a first, a woman has been inducted as a pilot in the Indian Navy. Shubhangi Swaroop, who hails from Uttar Pradesh, will soon be flying Maritime Reconnaissance aircraft.Three other women cadets, Astha Segal from New Delhi, Roopa A from

Finnair weighing passengers

Finland’s Finnair want volunteers to weigh before flights

Finnair weighing passengers : Finnair on Monday confirmed that it will begin weighing passengers on a voluntary basis at Helsinki Airport between late October and early November. There is a reason behind this decision as airline wants a more accurate metric for determining aircraft weight and balance, which can in turn make operations more efficient.

Lucknow-Agra Expressway

IAF conducts touchdown exercise on Lucknow-Agra Expressway

The first of 20 Indian Air Force (IAF) Aircrafts landed on the Lucknow-Agra Expressway  near Unnao on Tuesday.  This is the first time that transport aircraft are landing and taking off from an expressway in India. The public gathered in large numbers to watch the exercise.Two AN-32 transport aircraft, three Jaguars, six Mirage 2000, six Sukhoi 30 MKI’s and two C130J are the

Pak Air Force jet crashes during training mission

Pak Air Force jet crashes during training mission. Lahore, Aug 17 A Pakistan Air Force jet crashed today while on a routine training mission in the country’s Punjab province, the second such crash within a week. The Chinese-made fighter jet crashed in Sargodha district some 200-km from Lahore when the pilot lost control.The pilot ejected safely

UK to introduce registration for drone owners

UK to introduce registration for drone owners

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Britain is set to introduce new drone laws by making registration of unmanned aircraft mandatory to reduce the increasing problem of their misuse. Under the new rules, drone owners will be made to pass a safety awareness course in

Government exempted GST on import of aircraft and its parts

Government exempted import aircraft, engines parts. The government has exempted the import of aircraft, aircraft engines and its parts procured on lease from the purview of the Goods and Services Tax (GST).The aviation industry had been asking for relief as it was facing a dual levy of 5 per cent at the time of import

Chinese military aircraft in West Pacific for simulation drill

Beijing: The Chinese Air Force sent multiple aircraft models to the West Pacific, via the Bashi Strait, for a routine combat simulation drill at sea, a spokesperson said. Shen Jinke, spokesperson of the People’s Liberation Army Air Force, said the fleet included H-6K bombers, Su-30 fighters, and air tankers, the People’s Daily reported. The fleet

IAF fighter plane crashes in Rajasthan

Jaipur: A fighter aircraft of Indian Air Force today crashed in Rajasthan’s Barmer district but no loss of life has been reported. “The aircraft crashed near Uttarlai airforce station in Barmer,” a defence spokesperson said, adding further details are awaited. “The plane crashed at an open field near Malio ki Dhani, about 20 km from

Iran criticises US for blocking sales of passenger aircraft

Tehran: Iran’s Foreign Ministry has criticised the US House of Representatives for blocking the sale of Boeing passenger aircraft to Tehran, the media reported. Washington should be committed to its obligations under the nuclear agreement which endorses the removal of sanctions, including allowing the sale of passenger aircraft to Iran, Xinhua news agency quoted Foreign

IAF inducts first squadron of home-grown Tejas     

Bengaluru: In a major milestone in the military aviation in the country, the first squadron of home- grown Light Combat Aircraft Tejas was inducted into IAF with two fighter planes joining the force here. State-run HAL handed over the first two Tejas aircraft to IAF, which makes up the first squadron named ‘Flying Daggers’, at