Category: Aviation

National Civil Aviation Policy: A step in the right direction

A step in the right direction is a piece written by Mittu Chandilya.As an Airline CEO and a founding

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Modi government lays down policy to extend air travel boom to smaller cities

India will push to get 90 airports in smaller towns and cities up and running over the next 12

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Close shave for Indian passengers in Istanbul

Indians travelling from Instanbul’s Ataturk airport had a close shave last night as terrorists struck the airport killing over

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Ensure safe, secure air connectivity: IATA on Brexit

It is critical that whatever form the new United Kingdom-European Union relationship takes, it must continue to ensure

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DGCA finds IndiGo’s training facility in UK deficient

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has found a pilot simulator training facility used by IndiGo, the country’s

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Capping not the answer to deal airfares rise: Ashok Gajapathi Raju

Capping will not be the answer to deal with the steep rise in airfares as it would push the

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European Passengers Book Online But Check-In Face-To-Face

European airline passengers like to use technology and 80% book their flights online, a higher rate than other parts

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Relaxed FDI norms does not mean allowing foreign airlines to own domestic carrier fully

After the major boost of reform that made India the world’s most open economy, a top official on Tuesday

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Aviators Air Rescue selects Airbus H130 helicopters for launching air ambulance services

Bangalore-based Aviators Air Rescue (AAR) has selected Airbus H130 helicopters for launching dedicated Helicopter Emergency

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Jet Airways to expand connectivity to the Arabian Gulf region

Jet Airways will operate new daily services from Hyderabad to Dammam and from Mangaluru to Sharjah from

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