Tag: Ministry of Civil Aviation

Air India Menu To Soon Have Wines, Mocktails And More!

In a bid to woo business class and international passengers, Air India is now planning on introducing items from

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50% Spurt In Indian Flyers In Two Years, Railways Numbers Down

Airlines in India have registered a 50 per cent increase in the number of passengers carried over the past

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ATF Not Under GST: Airlines With Small Aircraft Hit

The Ministry of Civil Aviation is in discussions with states to relax the tax applicable on aviation turbine fuel

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Centre Mulling Jurisdiction Area Of No-fly List: Official

The Centre is holding deliberations on whether the proposed no-fly list for unruly passengers will be applicable for a

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Taking Flight: Jewar International Airport Project Receives Civil Aviation Ministry’s Green Light

Lehri Singh, a 52-year-old daily wage labourer, has never been in an airplane. A resident of Kishorepur village in

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Will Air India Retain Its Brand Name After Privatisation?

Should the national carrier retain its brand name once it is privatised? A group of ministers to be set

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DigiYatra: A new digital experience for air travellers

The Ministry of Civil Aviation is adding a digital experience for air travellers through the DigiYatra Platform. ‘DigiYatra’ is

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Soon, you can fly to Salem, Puducherry

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is all set to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Tamil

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India promises better future for air cargo

India's Ministry of Civil Aviation has described its plan to offer a 'common information technology platform' to streamline country’s

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To make UDAN more investor, business-friendly, Centre mulls changes in scheme

The ministry of civil aviation is trying to make certain changes in the regional connectivity scheme — before the

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