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The civil aviation ministry has allowed Indian carriers to increase the number of flights to destinations in the Middle East and South East Asia. SpiceJet, which has huge international expansion plans, is the primary beneficiary of the ministry's
We have sent a representation to the government on two counts...He added that the international organisation had mandated that the civil aviation security wing should also have technical team, which does not exist now...Directorate General of Civil
The Civil and Aviation Ministry will soon float Request for Qualification (RFQ) document for select six airports including the recently refurbished Chennai and Kolkata airports and is open to offering 100 per cent stake to private players. Highly
T he aviation ministry's seat-sharing deal with Abu Dhabi reflects a puzzling and selective generosity. The civil aviation ministry's policy on bilateral seat-sharing agreements with other governments flies in the face of logic and consistency. Here'
The government is likely to limit the number of seats that an Indian carrier can sell to passengers through pre-booking for a fee to 15% to 20% of the aircraft capacity. The aviation ministry is planning to ask airlines to limit this to the front and
Airlines likely to be allowed to operate with smaller aircraft T o improve air connectivity in remote areas, the civil aviation ministry is considering a proposal to allow scheduled regional airlines to induct smaller aircraft for deployment on
In absence of the aviation policy, the working of ministry remains non-transparent and it changes rules at the drop of a hat. It was a pleasant morning in March this year when officials of the Finance Ministry in North Block received a googly from
The founder of low cost flying in India Captain G R Gopinath of Air Deccan fame has decided to keep his application for launching a new budget airline here on hold. The ex-armyman will first see the fate of the AirAsia-Tata Sons joint venture startup'
Malaysian carrier AirAsia's strategy of offering the lowest fares in the industry and occasional free seats may stand in the way of getting a no-objection certificate (NOC) from the civil aviation ministry, two officials said. AirAsia is planning a
A senior civil aviation ministry official said Jet has applied for an increase in its quota of seats from Delhi and Mumbai to Abu Dhabi and permissions for new flights from Bangalore, Chennai, Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram and Ahmedabad to the UAE