AIR INDIA EXPRESS
Govt may clear Air India’s dues worth Rs 22,000 cr
The government has taken on Rs 29,400 crore of Air India’s total debt of about Rs 60,000 crore, leaving about Rs 30,600 crore on its books. Separately, its other liabilities amount to Rs 22,000 crore. Of the remaining debt of Rs 30,600 crore, about Rs 12,500 crore are against aircraft loans.
Air India buyer can use its iconic Maharaja mascot
Buyer may get airline’s master brand and logo along with the iconic Maharaja mascot.
Government set to halve Air India baggage before selloff
Govt has raised Rs 22,000 crore through issue of bonds, as it looks to remove key hu...
Airport Authority of India, Air India join TReDS platform M1xchange
TReDS helps MSMEs get their bills discounted at a competitive rate through an auction where multiple registered financiers can participate.
DGCA to inspect 23 Boeing 737 planes of SpiceJet for possible cracks
As many as 19 passenger aircraft and four freighter planes of SpiceJet have completed more than 26,000 flight cycles and those would be subject to inspection.
Govt likely to ease minimum requirement to bid for Air India
Air India Express, Air India SATS are likely to be part of the stake sale deal.
Air India Express, Alliance Air to ban single-use plastic from October 2
In his Independence Day speech, Prime Minister Narendra Modi had urged people to shun single-use plastic and encouraged usage of jute and cloth bags to protect the environment.
Air India Express posts 35% decline in net profit for FY2018-19
The company earned a net profit of Rs 169 crore in FY 2018-19 compared with Rs 262 crore in the previous year.
DGCA suspends AI express pilot for 12 months
The incident happened on June 30, 2019, when the plane was operating Dubai-Mangalore flight.
DGCA found safety management system of 5 airlines deficient: Govt
Aviation watchdog DGCA has conducted safety audits of Air India Express, SpiceJet, Air India, IndiGo and GoAir and it found the implementati...
DGCA found safety management system of 5 airlines deficient: Government
In a serious lapse, the regulator found, there was a delay in carrying out the corrective actions for the "FOQA exceedances", Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said.
Regulator asks major airports to acquire aircraft recovery kits
The decision was taken on Tuesday at a meeting chaired by DGCA director general Arun Kumar and attended by airport operators and other stakeholders.
Air India losing 13 lakh per day on Pakistan air space closure: Hardeep Singh Puri
Pakistan closed its airspace after the Indian Air Force's February 26 Balakot strike. It, however, partially opened the air space.
20 Indian flights affected by decision to avoid parts of Iran airspace: Govt
Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said on June 22 that Indian airlines have decided to avoid the 'affected part of the Iranian airspace' and reroute their flight 'suitably'.
Flights veering off runway: DGCA grounds 12 pilots
On June 30, another SpiceJet plane from Bhopal veered off the runway at Surat airport due to heavy rainfall and wind.
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