Tag: Civil Aviation Ministry

Resolving Air India Debt Priority Of Aviation Ministry

The government will prepare a list of options on how to deal with Air India Ltd’s massive debt before

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Yogi Adityanath Looks To Get Jewar International Airport In Greater Noida Up And Running In 5 Years

After a delay of almost a decade and a half, a second international airport in the National Capital Region

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Drones In India: Panel To Finalise Regulations, Says Government

A committee including officers from security agencies has been set up by the civil aviation ministry to finalise the

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Government Starts Talks To Furnish Digital Number To Air Travellers

The government has started consultations with various stakeholders to furnish a digital identification number to be given to air

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Aviation Safety Regulator DGCA Flies Into Inflight Hindi Debate

India's aviation regulator has directed airlines to carry more Hindi newspapers and magazines so that equal numbers in both

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Air India Likely To Offer Voluntary Retirement To 15,000 Staffers; Employees Hold Protest Outside AI Office In New Delhi

With privatisation on the anvil, national carrier Air India is planning to offer voluntary buyouts to just over a

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Uttar Pradesh Assembly Could Get Full Body Scanners Before Airports Do

Indian security agencies have struggled to convince the government to introduce full body scanners at the country's international airports

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Jewar Land Use To Be Changed For Airport

Taking the Noida international airport project at Jewar further on track, the civil aviation department of Uttar Pradesh government

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Come November, Air India to Fly Bangkok

Amid privatisation talks, Air India is all set to start a direct flight from Chandigarh to Bangkok in the

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Wi-Fi on Planes: Are Cyber-Security Fears Tough to Tackle?

The fear of cyber attacks on planes is holding back the Indian government from allowing Wi-Fi on board aircraft, however, private players say the security framework

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