Tag: Civil Aviation

No More Tagging Of Handbags At Airport

Passengers at the Madurai international airport will no more have to get handbags tagged by the airline and stamped

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No Plans To Ground A320neo Fleet Powered By ‘PW1100G-JM’ Engines, Says Civil Aviation Regulator

Indias' civil aviation regulator, DGCA has no plans to ground the fleet of A320neo (new engine option) aircraft powered

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Nepal Seeks India Nod For Inbound Flights From West: Official

Nepal hopes to get approval from India for an inbound flight route from the west, according to a senior

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A Tale Of Two Indian Airlines: Spicejet’s Turnaround Vs. Air India’s Spiral

In the Indian civil aviation story, riddled with spectacular failures, SpiceJet’s turnaround stands out.

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Govt Says No ‘air Rickshaw’ Proposal Under Consideration

The civil aviation ministry today said there is no proposal to explore the possibility of having 'air rickshaws' based

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Govt To Promote City As Defence Production, Civil Aviation Hub

Positioning Nagpur as the emerging Defence Production hub and Civil Aviation Hub of India including favourite destination for aircraft

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Air India Disinvestment: Any Unsolicited Interest Not Relevant Now, Says Civil Aviation Minister

With many airlines reportedly queuing up to pick up a stake in Air India, the civil aviation minister Gajapathi

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Considerable Progress In Civil Aviation Sector, Says Survey

With the civil aviation sector witnessing "considerable progress", India has become the world's third largest domestic aviation market in

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Average Air Ticket Price Very Low, Won’t Cap Fare: Civil Aviation Secy

The civil aviation ministry has cited data showing low average prices of air tickets to a parliamentary panel and

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What Is Haj Subsidy? Why Has It Been Scrapped?

The Ministry of Civil Aviation provides the subsidy for air travel to the pilgrims through the Haj Committee of

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