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    NCLT grants more time to DGCA for responding on Jet Airways slots

    The tribunal heard the resolution plan submitted by the winning bidder Kalrock-Jalan Consortium for grounded Jet Airways. In January, the tribunal had issued a notice to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) to clear their stance on Jet's slots.

    Jet's would be owner also planning airport, airline in Uzbekistan

    The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) is hearing the Kalrock-Jalan consortium’s revival plan for bankrupt carrier Jet Airways. The plan was approved in October.

    What's the impact on India as Boeing 777s with Pratt & Whitney engines are grounded

    According to an AFP report, Boeing confirmed February 22 that dozens of its 777 aircraft were grounded worldwide, while Britain announced a temporary ban on those jets following a weekend scare involving a United Airlines plane in Colorado. The incident on the flight out of Denver -- which quickly returned to the airport after part of the engine caught fire and broke off -- prompted United and other airlines to ground the planes with the same Pratt & Whitney engine.

    Kushinagar airport gets necessary approvals from DGCA to operate international flights

    Once this airport begins operating international flights, it will become third functional international facility in the state.

    Kalrock-Jalan to pay Rs 1,183 crore to Jet's creditors over 5 years

    Outside of the resolution plan, the consortium has also offered to buy 51% of Etihad Airways’ stake in Jet’s loyalty programme, Jet Privilege now renamed Intermiles.

    Bengaluru Airport commissions India's first disabled aircraft recovery equipment

    In 2020, BIAL signed an agreement with Kunz GmbH to manufacture, supply, commission and maintain the specialised equipment.

    NCLT rejects Jet employee unions’ plea to share details of the resolution plan

    The petitions argued that the employees of the corporate debtor (Jet Airways) are its assets and are interested in its successful resolution. The Union being unaware of the details of the Resolution Plan needed to know what was provided thereunder for its members and employees.

    CCI finds no proof of cartelisation among 5 airlines, ends ticket price fixing probe

    In a suo motu case in 2015, the CCI had ordered a probe into alleged anti-competitive practices after it noticed similar priced tickets being offered on certain routes by carriers like Indigo, state run-Air India, SpiceJet, GoAir and the now defunct-Jet Airways.

    5 aircraft leasing companies seek to land in GIFT city

    Acumen Aviation confirmed to ET it has started the procedure of registering a company in GIFT City and the venture will be a fully owned subsidiary of the Ireland-based company.

    Private firm starts chopper service in Vrindavan

    "It would facilitate people visiting Vrindavan Kumbh to watch majestic events like 'Shahi Snan' besides camps of saints and 'akharas' with their flags in the Kumbh," said the firm's Managing Director Vishal Jain.

    New rules for international passengers in the wake of COVID-19 applicable from today

    Travellers coming to India will have to follow new travel rules which have come into effect from today. The norms were issued by the Civil Aviation Ministry in view of the mutant Covid cases. Fresh guidelines are applicable on all international travellers coming/transiting through flights originating from the United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East.

    New Covid rules for international passengers applicable from today. Here's all you need to know

    New Covid rules for international passengers applicable from today. Here's all you need to know

    The fresh guidelines are applicable on all international travellers coming/transiting through flights originating from the United Kingdom, Europe and Middle East.

    Ajay Singh is keen to board Air India

    Ajay Singh is keen to board Air India

    Singh, who cofounded SpiceJet in 2005 and sold it to Kalanithi Maran in 2010, returned in 2015, and is credited with turning around the then-ailing airline.

    Jet Airways' would-be owners push start of operations to July; pending cases indicate further delay

    Jet Airways' would-be owners push start of operations to July; pending cases indicate further delay

    The consortium of London-based investor Kalrock Capital and Gulf-based businessman Murari Lal Jalan had in October 2020 got approval for its resolution plan to revive the grounded airline. In December, it said it wanted to resume Jet’s flights in the summer of 2021.

    Air India flight hits electric pole while landing at Vijayawada Airport; all passengers are safe

    Air India flight hits electric pole while landing at Vijayawada Airport; all passengers are safe

    An Air India Express flight hit an electric pole while landing at Vijayawada International Airport in Gannavaram. According to the airport administration, all 64 passengers on board the flight and the crew are safe.

    Air India Express flight hits electric pole on landing at Vijayawada Airport; all passengers safe

    Air India Express flight hits electric pole on landing at Vijayawada Airport; all passengers safe

    The flight from Doha was headed to Vijaywada and then to Trichy. Out of the 64 passengers, 19 passengers were headed to Vijaywada and the rest are now headed to Trichy. The airline authorities have ordered an investigation," the airport director Rao said.

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