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Daily Archives: June 15, 2008

Big birds stare at elbow-room problem on Bangalore tarmac

ANIL BUDUR LULLA Bangalore, June 14: The glitzy airport in India’s software capital that was to have been the takeoff point for the aviation growth story remains grounded in the present. From “teething problems” like the long journey to the airport in Devanahalli, 50km from the city, the scanner has now shifted to its planning, which, airline sources said, has …

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Industry supply chain leaders visit BIAL cargo complex

On Friday, 13 June 2008, I had the privilege of leading a delegation of senior supply chain managers from member companies of the Bangalore Chamber of Industry and Commerce (BCIC) on a visit of the two cargo terminals operated by Menzies Aviation Bobba (Bangalore) and Air India Singapore Airport Terminal Services (AI-SATS) at BIAL airport. The team comprised of senior …

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Emirates spreads its wings in India

12 June, 2008 Adds frequencies to New Delhi, Bangalore and Hyderabad DUBAI, U.A.E, 12th June 2008 – Set against a backdrop of booming trade ties and escalating travel between Dubai and India, Emirates, one of the world’s fastest-growing carriers has announced plans to advance its Indian operation with 18 additional flights per week, effective 1st July 2008. The Dubai-based airline …

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