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Encouraging Response to Civil Aviation Ministry’s Regional Connectivity Scheme UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik)

Encouraging Response to Civil Aviation Ministry’s Regional Connectivity Scheme UDAN (Ude Desh Ka Aam Nagrik)

Airports Authority of India (AAI), the implementing agency for the Regional Connectivity Scheme (UDAN) has received 45 initial proposals from 11 bidders

Second runway & more; that’s what Watsa funds can do to BIAL

Second runway & more; that’s what Watsa funds can do to BIAL

The civil aviation ministry’s nod to India-born Canadian billionaire Prem Watsa’s investment in Bangalore International Airport (BIAL) is expected to speed up the process of adding a second runway and spur other investments in Karnataka.

Indian government warns airlines to use GAGAN

Indian government warns airlines to use GAGAN

The government of India has warned domestic airlines of “consequences” if they do not use GAGAN, the state’s GPS-Aided Geo Augmented Navigation system, reports the Mumbai Mirror. The warning came during a meeting called by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in December with all stakeholders, including the airlines. Most aircraft registered in India […]

International aviation meet begins Thursday to discuss proposal for more air routes over Arabian Sea

International aviation meet begins Thursday to discuss proposal for more air routes over Arabian Sea

Two years ago when war broke out in Yemen, its effect was felt at the Mumbai air traffic control where the workload went up as flights from Europe to South Africa were re-routed through the Indian airspace. To prepare the air traffic management authorities for such contingencies brought on by war or natural calamities, the […]

Boeing launches skill development programme for front-line workers in MSMEs

Boeing launches skill development programme for front-line workers in MSMEs

US aircraft maker Boeing Inc today launched a skill development programme in association with the aerospace manufacturing

AirAsia India Offers Tickets From Rs. 407 Under ‘2017 Early Bird Sale’

AirAsia India Offers Tickets From Rs. 407 Under ‘2017 Early Bird Sale’

Budget carrier AirAsia India has come out with a promotional scheme called “2017 Early Bird Sale”, offering tickets from Rs. 407

Airbus plans to test self-driven airborne taxi by the end of 2017

Airbus plans to test self-driven airborne taxi by the end of 2017

Airbus is not kidding around about flying cars – the maker of airborne transportation vehicles plans to test out a prototype self-flying small urban transport made for single-passenger travel by the end of this year

7 NE Airports Have Potential for Operations Under UDAN: Report

7 NE Airports Have Potential for Operations Under UDAN: Report

About 44 airports across the country including seven in Northeastern States have “high potential” for operations under the ambitious Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) for civil aviation

FY17 is not going to be as good as FY18 for aviation: Kapil Kaul, CAPA South Asia

FY17 is not going to be as good as FY18 for aviation: Kapil Kaul, CAPA South Asia

If you look at the growth in last three years which is over 20% and I see no reason why it cannot be closer to 20% in the next two years. I am quite certain that there is tremendous growth traffic upside going forward and this is not going to be only applicable to next two years.

Greatest aviation mystery: MH370 hunt ends with no plane, few answers

Greatest aviation mystery: MH370 hunt ends with no plane, few answers

After nearly three years, the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 ended in futility and frustration Tuesday, as crews completed their deep-sea search of a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean without finding a trace of the plane.