Tag: CAPA

Airport Technology

Airport Technology – What Passengers Want: Greater Personal Control Of The Airport Process

Airport technology is one of the fastest developing aspects of the entire aviation industry. Passengers, though, may take another

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India's Aviation

India’s Aviation Market To Be Third Largest By ’27

With its consistent double-digit growth in domestic passenger traffic, India set to be the third largest aviationmarket in the world

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Mumbai Airport

Overcrowded Mumbai Airport Adds 11 More Flights To Midnight Slots

The saturated Mumbai airport added 11 more flights  at least seven for international destinations  to its winter schedule that

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Data Story: The State Of India’s Airlines And The One That’s The Most Punctual Of All

Indian airline industry has been growing at a consistent pace. The domestic passenger traffic is doubling almost every five

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Chennai Airport Will Reach Saturation By FY21

Chennai airport, with a current capacity of 20 million passengers per year, will reach saturation point in FY21 and

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Airports Need $45 Billion Investment To Improve Capacity By 2030: CAPA

India needs to invest up to USD 45 billion to create an additional capacity of handling 500- 600 million

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The Incredible Rise Of Jet

In terms of the aircraft-on-order to aircraft-in-service ratio, India is ranked number one, says a report by Sydney-based aviation

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SpiceJet Moves Supreme Court On Share Transfer Dispute With Kal Airways

The fight between Ajay Singh-controlled SpiceJet Ltd and Kalanithi Maran,  a former promoter of the airline, has escalated further

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SpiceJet To Launch Third Daily Direct Flight On The UDAN Routes

SpiceJet, one of the countey's low-cost carrier, today announced its third daily direct flight on the UDAN routes of

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Jet Airways

India’s Aircraft Orders To Exceed 1,000 With Jet Airways’ Imminent Order; Infrastructure A Problem

Low cost carriers account for more than 85% of India’s current order book of 923 aircraft, but in the

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