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Mumbai’s CSIA adjudged second best airport in its category

Mumbai’s CSIA adjudged second best airport in its category

Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport, Mumbai has been rated the second best airport globally in the ‘over 40 million passengers per year’ category at the Airport Service Quality Awards 2016 conducted by the Airports Council International.

Indian Aviation Industry to witness max passenger traffic growth amidst profitability pressure, says ICRA

Indian Aviation Industry to witness max passenger traffic growth amidst profitability pressure, says ICRA

Credit rating agency ICRA has said that the Indian Aviation Industry is likely to report 22 to 23 percent passenger traffic growth in FY2017 supported by ongoing low airfare regime says ICRA in its report.

Pakistan fears ‘hidden camera’ mounted on India’s tallest flag at Attari border, BSF trashes theory

Pakistan fears ‘hidden camera’ mounted on India’s tallest flag at Attari border, BSF trashes theory

Pakistan’s border guards have raised concerns over the tallest Indian Tricolour at Attari, alleging that ‘hidden cameras’ mounted atop the 360-feet mast could be used for spying by the Border Security Force (BSF) along the international border.

Argentina Plans to Allow First Budget Airline to Begin Flying in Country

Argentina Plans to Allow First Budget Airline to Begin Flying in Country

Argentina’s government said Monday it plans to allow the first budget airline to begin flying in the country, opening up one of the biggest untapped domestic airline markets to increased competition.

Shaping a grand vision

Shaping a grand vision

More than a century ago, Jamsetji Tata pioneered an industrial breakthrough for modern India, and Tata Power, says its managing director, Anil Sardana, has followed in his path.

Steps taken to avert recurrence of AN-32 mishap: Air Chief

Steps taken to avert recurrence of AN-32 mishap: Air Chief

The Air Force has taken a series of measures to prevent recurrence of mishaps involving AN-32 aircraft, one of which had gone missing last year with 29 people onboard, Air Chief B S Dhanoa said today.

India’s first heliport will be a major boost for helicopter industry: Jayant Sinha

India’s first heliport will be a major boost for helicopter industry: Jayant Sinha

This is really going to be the centre of the helicopter industry in India. You can see that this is a very modern facility. We have invested about 100 crores.

AAI unveils e-billing solution for navigation service providers, air operators

AAI unveils e-billing solution for navigation service providers, air operators

State-run Airports Authority of India, a miniratna PSU, in association with international air transport association (IATA) has unveiled a comprehensive e-billing solution—SKYREV360 to help air navigation service provider (ANSP) and airport operators.

Competition led to 30% airfare drop in India: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

The Union Civil Aviation Ministry’s role in ensuring competition between commercial airline companies, along with fall in oil prices globally, led to a drop in air fares by as much as 30 per cent, a minister said on Saturday.

Vistara extends Rs 899 sale offer

Vistara extends Rs 899 sale offer

Vistara on Friday said it has extended its special offer of tickets starting at Rs 899 till February 19. The tickets can be booked for travel between February 28 and September 20 this year.