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100% FDI In Airlines Poses Threat To National Security, Says FIA

100% FDI In Airlines Poses Threat To National Security, Says FIA

FDI limits and control norms in other countries: Country Foreign Investment limit United States of America 25% of voting equity Canada 25% of voting equity European Union 49% Effective control has been codified to ensure that control of European airlines is vested with European nationals Brazil 20% of voting equity China 35% Japan 33.33% Malaysia […]

Airlines offer massive discounts on shorter routes for June-August

Airlines offer massive discounts on shorter routes for June-August

Indian flyers are in for a bonanza. After about a 15% rise in average airfares in the last couple of months, airlines are back with massive discounts for the lean travel months of June to August.

Airlines launch fare sale for low-traffic routes

Airlines launch fare sale for low-traffic routes

Airlines have lowered fares on short-haul, low traffic routes in June in order to fill seats and maximize revenues.

Airlines don’t charge passengers arbitrarily: DGCA to Delhi High Court

Airlines don’t charge passengers arbitrarily: DGCA to Delhi High Court

Aviation regulator DGCA has claimed in the Delhi High Court that the airlines do not charge their customers arbitrarily and exorbitantly at the time of agitations in any state of India.

No-fly list: Govt proposes maximum 2-year ban on unruly flyers

No-fly list: Govt proposes maximum 2-year ban on unruly flyers

One month after the country was shocked by the visuals of a parliamentarian assaulting an airline crew member for not being able to provide a business class seat as it didn’t exist, the government took steps on Friday to empower airlines to ban unruly passengers.

Indecision over enhancing Dubai’s traffic rights to impact Emirates

Indecision over enhancing Dubai’s traffic rights to impact Emirates

The contentious issue of enhancing traffic rights with Dubai has left the civil aviation ministry divided and a further delay in revision will hurt the Dubai-based Emirates airlines.

Branding under the arc lights

Branding under the arc lights

Is social media turning conscience keeper for brands? It would seem so, given the manner in which celebrities, politicians and brands have faced the ire of a large and outraged army of public defenders

Govt in discussions with stakeholders on no-fly list, says Jayant Sinha

Govt in discussions with stakeholders on no-fly list, says Jayant Sinha

The government is in discussions with stakeholders on finding the “right way” to have a no-fly list to deal with unruly air passengers, close on the heels of a parliamentarian assaulting an Air India staffer.

Canada bans forcibly removing passengers from overbooked airplanes

Canada bans forcibly removing passengers from overbooked airplanes

The Canadian government has banned all airlines in the country to forcibly remove passengers from overbooked flights, officials said

What can a passenger do when an overbooked flight situation arises in India

What can a passenger do when an overbooked flight situation arises in India

United Airlines on Monday handled an overbooking situation by brutally off loading a passenger with a security personnel dragging him down the aisle even as he screamed and protested

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