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Air India Express launches Bengaluru-Singapore flight services


Press Trust of India Mumbai
Air India's international budget arm Air India Express Monday launched its non-stop flight to Singapore from Bengaluru as part of its winter schedule expansion plans.
The flight, inaugurated by Air India chairman and managing director Pradeep Singh Kharola along with Air India Express chief executive officer K Shyam Sundar, will be operated four-times a week with a Boeing 737-800 aircraft, a release said.
The Bengaluru-Singapore service of Air India Express will be available four times a week on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays, it added.
********************** United Airlines launches Boeing 777-300ER on Mum-NY route *

American carrier United Airlines Monday launched its latest Boeing 777-300ER on the Mumbai-New York/Newark route.
The new wide-body plane, which features the all-new United Polaris business class seats, replaces the 777-200ER, which was being used to operate the route so far, the airline said in a statement.
United Airlines has already placed into service 17 of the 18 aircraft in its first 777-300ER order, it added.
********************** Linc Pen joins hands with China's Deli *

Writing instrument brandLinc Pen Monday said it has entered into a partnership with Chinese stationery giant Deli to market the latter's over 2,000 products in India.
Under the partnership, Linc will be using its strong distribution channels to cater to market Deli products in India, a release said.
The partnership will begin from November.
********************** Hester Biosciences Q2 net up 12% to Rs 9.93 cr *

Hester Biosciences Monday reported a 12 per cent increase in net profit at Rs 9.93 crore for the quarter ended September, against a profit of Rs 8.85 crore in the same period last year.
The company's net sales also increased by 11 per cent at Rs 42.54 crore, against Rs 38.48 crore in the year-ago period, the company said in a statement.
The firm's board Monday also declared second interim dividend of 20 per cent, that is Rs 2 per equity share on the face value of Rs 10 per share. The company has already paid first interim dividend of Rs 2 per equity shares.
Its scrip ended 0.36 per cent up at Rs 1,155 apiece on the BSE, against 2.15 per cent rise in the benchmark.

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First Published: Oct 29 2018 | 6:40 PM IST

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