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Regional connectivity plan receives proposal to revive 65 airports

Regional connectivity plan receives proposal to revive 65 airports

Dormant airports such as Hosur, Bikaner, Bidar, Jalandhar, Jalgaon or Jaisalmer may soon start receiving flights as airlines have shown interest in flying out of these airports

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.

Air India contests Flightstats report on its OTP

Air India contests Flightstats report on its OTP

National Carrier, Air India has contested reports on airlines on time performance (OTP) published by FlightStats, a flight tracking and mentoring services provider. FlightStats report ranked Air India as the third worst performer.

Seven things that defined aviation sector in 2016

Seven things that defined aviation sector in 2016

In June, the central government introduced the much-awaited civil aviation policy, the first such integrated policy for

Indian aviation industry ramps up IT investment

Indian aviation industry ramps up IT investment

Airlines and airports in India are expected to rapidly ramp up their spend on new technology over the next three years

Industry Spotlight: India’s Growing Aviation Sector

Industry Spotlight: India’s Growing Aviation Sector

India’s Aviation Market is on a high growth path and aims to be the third-largest market by 2020 and the largest by 2030. At present, India is the ninth largest civil aviation market with a size of around US$ 16 billion.

Scoot and Tigerair to Adopt Single Brand

Scoot and Tigerair to Adopt Single Brand

Budget Aviation Holdings Pte Ltd, which owns and manages the Singapore Airlines Group’s budget airlines Scoot and Tigerair, has announced its intention to pursue a single brand and operating license next year.

Aviation history column: Air Force pilots, fighter planes helped it become more high tech

Aviation history column: Air Force pilots, fighter planes helped it become more high tech

The U.S. Air Force likes to think it is high tech. That may be on the mental level, but its heart goes back to the mano-a-mano between pilots and their fighter planes of World Wars I and II and bomber fleets of World War II and the Strategic Air Command during the Cold War.

Air India Posts Rs. 105 Crore Operating Profit

Air India Posts Rs. 105 Crore Operating Profit

First time since the merger of Air India and erstwhile Indian Airlines, the national carrier has posted an operating profit in financial year 2015-16.

Air India wrap around bus in Central London

Air India wrap around bus in Central London

National carrier Air India has created history by being the first ever South Asian brand in the United Kingdom to takeover an entire London bus.

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