Category: Aviation

Indian LCC Spicejet Eyes Amphibian Operations

SpiceJet (SG, Delhi Int'l) is set to further diversify its business model through the proposed introduction of amphibian/seaplane operations.

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Air India

Air India Plane Hit By Bird, Return Flight Cancelled

An Air India flight from Pune to Delhi had to be cancelled on Saturday night due to a bird

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No-Fly List

Government Unveils Rules To Tackle On-Board Disruptive And Unruly Behaviour By Passengers, Paves Way For No Fly List

The Ministry of Civil Aviation unveiled rules to tackle on-board disruptive and unruly behaviour by passengers.

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Air India

Land Title Cloud Over Air India’s Asset Sale Plans

Air India has told a parliamentary committee that it is unable to meet the target under the asset monetization plan

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Aviation

How To Make Aviation Industry Fly? Here Are 8 Points For A Win-Win Situation

This is an exciting time for the aviation sector in India, with passenger traffic and freight movement witnessing rapid

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IndiGo Eyes Wet Lease To Cash In On Winter Traffic

A slowdown in the delivery of new aircraft has forced India’s biggest airline, IndiGo, to consider the wet-lease option

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Land Title Cloud Over Air India’s Asset Sale Plans

Air India has told a parliamentary committee that it is unable to meet the target under the asset

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Spicejet To Launch Daily Flights To Dibrugarh

Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet on Saturday said it will launch daily flight services on the Silchar-Guwahati-Dibrugarh route from October

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10 More Airports To End Stamping Of Hand Baggage Tags: CISF DG

Ten more airports in the country, including Pune and Ranchi, will soon do away with the practise of stamping

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Air India Better Positioned With ‘superior’ Product, Says Rajiv Bansal

Air India is better positioned as a full-service airline with "superior product" than its competitors and will strive to

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