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Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen’s Praises For The Maharaja Of Skies, Air India

“Many thanks indeed for wonderful service and great care! I’m most grateful – and also very impressed. Best wishes and warm regards,” said Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen’s note,

SpiceJet chief meets DGCA on the OTP issue

Ajay Singh, Chairman and Managing Director, SpiceJet met the DGCA chief BS Bhullar on Tuesday and expressed serious concern over the aviation regulator setting up a committee to look into how On-Time Performance (OTP) is calculated at major metro airports following a complaint by an airline.

FlightStats Data Upsets The Maharaja of Skies, AirIndia terms the Data as Fabricated.

India’s state-owned carrier Air India has rubbished reports published by flight data firm FlightStats that listed it listing it as the world’s third worst performing airline in the world. Stating that the data was fabricated, Air India has assured that the management will investigate the matter till the end.

Fly High with Air India on Special Fares, Passengers can travel on air fares matching Rajdhani Express 2nd AC

National carrier Air India once again brings the joy of booking Air tickets at the price of Rajdhani Express 2nd AC. Passengers travelling on select domestic sectors in the economy class can avail this exclusive offer.

Government launches AirSewa to address passenger grievances

The first-of-its-kind app is a brainchild of Minister of State Jayant Sinha

India’s air passenger traffic continues its double digit growth

India’s air passenger traffic grew by 23.20% in October as compared to the same period last year with airlines carrying 86.72 lakh passengers. Passenger traffic grew by 23.18% in the first ten months of 2016 (January-October) as compared to the same period last year with domestic airlines carrying 813.7 lakh passengers.

Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of Maharashtra and AAI sign MOU on Regional Connectivity Scheme

With this development, the State Government of Maharashtra has formally agreed to provide the concessions required from the State Governments in the Regional Connectivity Scheme, thereby becoming the first state in the country to do so. Cabinet minister Raju conveyed that he will be undertaking similar visits to several other States across the country to promote the Regional Connectivity Scheme and discuss other related issues in the States. He expressed hope that several airports in the State will see activity as flights take off from these places as a part of the Regional Connectivity Scheme.

​​Tweets from new aviation minister Jayant Sinha works wonders, keep airlines and airports on their toes

Indian flyers, long used to the arm twisting and high-handed behavior of airline and

Cabinet approves signing of Air Services Agreement between India and Mozambique

The Union Cabinet under the Chairmanship of Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday approved signing of the

SpiceJet posts highest annual profit in its history

Gurgaon-based SpiceJet, India’s second biggest budget carrier, reported a net profit of Rs 73 crore for Q4 FY16, after taking

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