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Your flight boarding pass will not be torn anymore

Your flight boarding pass will not be torn anymore

Passengers' boarding passes will no more be required to be torn before boarding a flight, with aviation security watchdog BCAS scrapping the decades-old mandatory requirement for the airlines.

Your flight boarding pass will not be torn anymore

Your flight boarding pass will not be torn anymore

Passengers' boarding passes will no more be required to be torn before boarding a flight, with aviation security watchdog BCAS scrapping the decades-old mandatory requirement for the airlines.

Now, fly at fares as low as Rs 2,500 under govt's UDAN scheme

Now, fly at fares as low as Rs 2,500 under govt's UDAN scheme

Come October 21 (Friday) and the aam aadmi can fly at fares as low as just Rs 2,500 under the government's UDAN (Udey Desh Ka Aam Nagrik) scheme.

Airlines to post record $40 bn profit in 2016: IATA

Airlines to post record $40 bn profit in 2016: IATA

Global airlines are expected to post record profits of almost $40 billion this year, the head of industry body IATA said Thursday, but he warned the sector faced threats from terrorism, a sharp rise in oil prices and protectionism.

India receives $5.34 billion FDI in April-May

India receives $5.34 billion FDI in April-May

India received USD 5.34 billion foreign direct investment in the first two months of the current financial year, Parliament was informed Friday.

 

Govt's FDI reforms to attract capital, create jobs: India Inc

Govt's FDI reforms to attract capital, create jobs: India Inc

Government's move to relax FDI norms in sectors, including civil aviation, single-brand retail, defence and pharma, will help attract big investments and boost job creation, India Inc said on Monday.

India opens the door for Apple retail with new FDI rules

India opens the door for Apple retail with new FDI rules

Apple Inc could open its first stores in India and might eventually start manufacturing in the country under new foreign investment rules for retailers outlined on Monday.

New civil aviation policy makes flying cheaper!

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New aviation policy soon to facilitate passengers

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Watch – How NASA satellites help track dangerous volcanic clouds!

Watch – How NASA satellites help track dangerous volcanic clouds!

Data from NASA earth-observing satellites is improving the ability to detect and forecast the hazard to aviation from volcanic clouds.

Aviation policy in final stage: Raju

The NDA government's new aviation policy is in the final stages and it will be referred to the Cabinet for approval, even as the draft policy received over three lakh views and suggestions, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said on Monday.  

India to be 3rd largest aviation market by 2026: IATA

India to be 3rd largest aviation market by 2026: IATA

IATA also expects India's air passenger traffic to grow to 378 million passengers by 2034 with 275 new passengers likely to be added during this period.

Boeing warns of aircraft issue after panel falls on Shanghai

US aviation giant Boeing has said it has asked airlines to address a maintenance issue after a passenger jet's landing gear panel fell after takeoff and fell on a Shanghai suburb.

Air India asks Govt to reconsider easing of 5/20 rule

Air India asks Govt to reconsider easing of 5/20 rule

Air India has asked the Government to "reconsider" the proposed easing of 5/20 rule which will help new airlines to fly overseas without serving much on domestic routes, saying the move will be "detrimental" not only for the national carrier but also against the other established players.

Not much to cheer about for aviation sector: Experts

With the NDA government set to complete a year in office, aviation industry experts say the sector hasn't had much to cheer about during this period as the much-needed reforms have either been in a go-around mode or in holding pattern.

New civil aviation policy to be finalised shortly: Minister

Government is likely to finalise the new civil aviation policy shortly, Minister of State for civil aviation Mahesh Sharma said on Thursday.

Dubai overtakes Heathrow as top international airport

Dubai airport has soared ahead of London`s Heathrow, riding a boom in long-haul flights between Asia and the West to become the world`s top international travel hub, it said Tuesday.

SpiceJet resumes normal operations

The operations of the budget carrier SpiceJet, which were hit severely last week due to the non-payment of dues to the oil companies and regulatory issues, returned to normal Saturday with the airline operating 124 flights till this afternoon.

Jet Airways to ply additional flights

To cope with heavy rush in the upcoming festive season, private carrier Jet Airways on Thursday said it will enhance connectivity on the domestic routes with 12 additional daily flights from Tuesday.

India's aviation safety mechanism likely to remain downgraded till March

India's aviation safety mechanism is likely to remain downgraded till March next year with the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) finding deficiencies on eight counts, it was officially stated Tuesday.