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DGCA considering Wi-Fi in flights

October 2016

The civil aviation regulator DGCA is examining a proposal to introduce Wi-Fi service onboard flights to adequately address all the related issues, Un...

Civil Aviation regulator DGCA, Civil Aviation Ministry, India Economic Summit

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

DGCA considers easing of import norms for aircraft

May 2016

Domestic airlines might soon be allowed to import aircraft that are up to 18 years old, with aviation watchdog - the Directorate General of Civil Avi...

Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA, Aircraft

Airports - A Realm of Opportunity

December 2015

Amber Dubey examines the scope of Indian airports and the way forward in the year ahead. FY 2014-15 saw a revival in Indian aviation thanks to global...

Amber Dubey, Indian airports, Ministry of Civil Aviation, MoCA, DGCA, National Civil Aviation Policy, Regional Connectivity Scheme, RCS, Regional Connectivity Fund, RCF, Airport Construction Projects, Greenfield Airports, KPMG

Privatisation of airports has transformed airport experience

October 2015

Paramprit Bakshi, Associate General Manager, CAPA, opines that for the aviation industry to gain momentum, a transition from ad-hoc decision making t...

Paramprit Bakshi, CAPA, Aviation Sector, DGCA, BCAS, Air India, AAI, Essential Services Fund, ESF, Brownfield Projects, Construction

DGCA appointed committee submits 27 recommendations for Delhi Airport

April 2014

Delhi Airport will soon become a zero-diversionary airport, as the Committee set up in January 2014, by the Director General of Civil Aviation, to l...

Delhi Airport, Zero-Diversionary, Airport, DGCA, Prabhat Kumar

Tata-Singapore Airlines JV gets NOC from Aviation Ministry

April 2014

The Tata-SIA airlines which is a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines have got the nod from the Civil Aviation Ministry. The minist...

Joint, Venture, Airlines, Tata, Singapore Airlines, DGCA, Ministry of Civil Aviation, FIPB

India allows lessors to repossess Kingfisher planes

March 2013

Kingfisher's 15 planes have been deregistered by the Indian civil aviation regulator DGCA paving the way for global leasing companies to take them ba...

Kingfisher, planes, deregistered, DGCA, Arun Mishra
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