Perhaps no other issue unites India as quickly as wrath against political masters. Shiv Sena parliamentarian Ravindra Gaikwad must never have thought his abrasive show of power would unite the aviation community in an unprecedented manner.
The ban on large electronic items by western countries has provided for an opportunity for airlines and airports in India to reclaim traffic that has over the years moved to Gulf airlines and their hubs in West Asia.
Senior Air India officials are meeting on Friday to decide how to blacklist Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India official at Delhi Airport, and create a no-fly list for unruly passengers.
Travel operators are in a wait and watch mode after new travel restrictions by the US from 10 airports mainly in the Middle East and North Africa on electronic carry on items.
Silchar MP Sushmita Dev has urged the Union defence ministry to ask the Indian Air Force (IAF) to facilitate the process for allowing flights to land at Silchar airport at night.
Jet Airways Thursday said the ministry of civil aviation has cleared the appointment of Ranjan Mathai, a former Indian Foreign Secretary and Indian High Commissioner to the UK, as an independent director in the airline
Jet Airways and Air India will benefit from the ban imposed by the US government on large electronic devices from cabin luggage on passenger flights from eight Muslim-majority countries
The domestic aviation market grew 16% Y-o-Y in February with the domestic airlines carrying 8.7 million passengers, compared to 7.5 million a year ago during the same month
Indian tourists love to travel to the country’s various states and are fascinated with their Nepal neighbors, the largest Himalayan state in Asia.
Jet Airways and Jetstar Asia, Singapore-based low-fares carrier, today announced a codeshare agreement for flights from Singapore