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InterGlobe partners with Archer Aviation for starting electric air taxis in India

InterGlobe Enterprises, the parent company IndiGo, and US-based Archer Aviation will launch an all-electric air taxi service in India in 2026, that will carry passengers from Connaught Place in the national capital to Gurugram in

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ETOPS-120 Approved for Embraer E2

ETOPS-120 Approved for Embraer E2

  Embraer has obtained 120-minute Extended Twin-Engine Operations (ETOPS) approval for both the E190-E2 and E195-E2 aircraft from Brazil's Civil Aviation Authority ANAC (Agência Nacional de Aviação Civil), the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration), and the

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Joby Aviation eyes India for launching eVTOL air taxi

Joby Aviation eyes India for launching eVTOL air taxi

  Joby Aviation eyes India as a launchpad for its electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) air taxi, driven by the country's urban congestion and pollution challenges. Founder JoeBen Bevirt envisions India becoming a global

Aviation
Airplane Safety Alert: Babies Must Be Buckled Up, Says FAA

Airplane Safety Alert: Babies Must Be Buckled Up, Says FAA

A close call on an Alaska Airlines flight has prompted the nation's top air safety official to plead with parents. Jennifer Homendyat, head of the National Transportation Safety Board, urged parents to secure infants in

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India meets all international aviation safety standards: FAA

India meets all international aviation safety standards: FAA

India has met international aviation safety oversight standards, according to the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), following a comprehensive evaluation of the country’s aviation regulatory system. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) announced, “On

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Air India delays US flights for second consecutive day amid 5G rollout concerns

Air India delays US flights for second consecutive day amid 5G rollout concerns

For the second day in a row, Air India cancelled most of its flights on the India-US routes over safety concerns pertaining to the 5G communications rollout in the US and its possible hazardous effect

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