Aviation Sector

Airport security fails to see funny side as clown strips down

London A clown was forced to strip to his underpants at Birmingham airport after a piece of metal on his costume policeman's uniform - complete with helmet and handcuffs - triggered the security alarm, the British press reported Monday.

Sabre Holding acquires EB2 International Limited

Sabre Holdings, the world's leading provider of integrated solutions and services for airlines and airports, has acquired EB2 International Limited (EB2) for an undisclosed group.

The latest move is a part of Sabre's long-term growth plans and continual investments in the company's airline portfolio.

Delta launching in-flight Internet on some shuttle flights

Delta Air Lines - which had earlier this month said it would cut its domestic flight schedule by at least 10 percent next year - is launching paid Wi-Fi service on Tuesday, on its East Coast shuttle flights. This marks the first step of Delta's plan to let passengers on its 330-jet domestic fleet surf the Net by 2009.

WNS Holdings inks six-year contract with SAS Airlines

WNS Holdings inks six-year contract with SAS AirlinesWNS (Ho

Dassault Aviation inks MoU with Tata Technologies

Dassault Aviation has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with INCAT's parent company, Tata Technologies for ESO services.

Under the arrangement, INCAT will provide Dassault Aviation with Engineering Services in a number of critical domains, in support of the Indian Air Force MMRCA program, which involves significant offset requirements.

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