Tag: Civil Aviation

Airbus Flypast A Record For Civil Aviation

For the first time in Aero India history, as an exclusively civil aviation aircraft, the Airbus A330neo-900 took to

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Airlines Operating Extra Flights To Srinagar Till Monday: Civil Aviation Ministry

The Ministry of Civil Aviation said Saturday that airlines are now operating additional flights to Srinagar to ease rush

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No Major Announcement For Civil Aviation In Union Budget 2019

In one of the most people-centric budgets ever presented, with sops for farmers, the unemployed and the middle class,

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Low Flight Fares Boost Traffic But High Fuel Cost Squeezes Airlines

Even as strong headwinds - soaring jet fuel prices and low yields -- induced financial turbulence, the country's civil

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Per Passenger Fee – Know About Aviation Ministry’s Unique New Bidding Criteria For Privatisation Of Six Airports

The ministry of civil aviation has announced per passenger fee as the bidding criteria for the privatisation of six

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Government May Allow Drone Deliveries, Taxis Next Year

The ministry of civil aviation is set to allow the commercial use of drones as taxis and delivery vehicles,

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20 Cities Will Need Second Airport By 2030, Says Civil Aviation Ministry Study

At least 20 cities in India will need a second airport by 2030, the initial findings of a study

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Government Plans To Bring In Cape Town Convention Act For Civil Aviation Sector

The government plans to bring in the Cape Town Convention Act which will help reduce risks related to asset-based

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Soaring High: With Better Facilities And Expansion In Full Swing, Pune Airport Eyes International Status

As its amenities have been upgraded and work on the expansion of the new terminal building has started, Pune

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Wait! Face Scans At Airports A Great Idea. It Should Wait For Privacy Law’s Final Shape

The civil aviation ministry is mulling over paperless identification for the checking-in process for flyers—soon, facial recognition, a biometric

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