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Aviation market clocks 25% growth in passenger traffic

September 2016

India´s aviation sector is soaring high, with the month-on-month passenger growth for the month of July hitting a record 25 per cent. The total numbe...

Aviation, Passengers, DGCA, SpiceJet, Scheduled domestic airlines

GMR Hyderabad International Airport welcomes AN 225 Myria

June 2016

GMR Hyderabad International Airport added a page to world aviation history reiterating its infrastructure prowess by welcoming the world´s largest ca...

GMR Hyderabad International Airport, Myria Antonov Airlines of Ukraine, MTOW, Cargo Apron, Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, RGIA, GIFTZ, ULD, SGK Kishore, GHIAL

Of the public, for the public but not by the public

February 2016

What is it that was just 29 crore in 1951 and has now grown to 10 lakh crore? It is the amount of public investment in 290 public sector units in Ind...

Investments, RoI, PSU, Swachh Bharat, Railways, Postal Dept., Telephones, Airlines, Coal India, LIC, BHEL, HMT, Public Sector Banks, holding Company

CCI Order Anti-competitive conduct

February 2016

Competition Commission of India has ordered airlines´ to desist from indulging in anti-competitive practices and has imposed penalties on leading air...

Competition Commission of India, Express Industry Council of India, Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet, Air India, Go Airlines, FSC, Blue Dart, FedEx, DHL, ATF, European Commission, Sakya Singha Chaudhuri, Fuel surcharge rate

Centre to revive 50 airports

December 2015

The civil aviation ministry plans to develop 50 low-cost airports in two years to supplement its proposed regional connectivity scheme. ...

Civil Aviation Ministry, Low Cost, Airports, Supplement, Regional Connectivity Scheme, AAI, Commercial Airlines, Regional Routes, Union Government, Bidding Process, Centre

Aviation min scraps second approval for import of aircraft

December 2015

Scheduled airlines as well as non-scheduled operators in the country will no longer have to seek the civil aviation ministry´s approval for importing...

Aviation, Civil Aviation Ministry, Scheduled airlines

Ties that bind

October 2015

The Modi administration has done much to strengthen ties with India´s long-standing friendly European partner. Today, new business and investment opp...

French National Space Agency, CNES, Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO, Belier, Sylvain Biard, Business France India, Urban Infrastructure, Smart Cities Project, pet projects, Olga Chepelianskaia, Erg Terra Expertise, BCI Aerospace, Aeromart Summit, Airbus

Airlines may handle ground ops under new policy

October 2015

The government is likely to allow airlines to handle ground operations on their own in the country´s airports, a key change of stance that will meet ...

Airlines, Civil Aviation Policy, New Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, Hyderabad, Bengaluru, Air India
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