Boeing executives called DGCA 'fools', 'stupid' during 737 Max plane's approval process in 2017: Documents
Boeing staffers used terms like "fools" & "stupid" for DGCA during Max's approval process, documents show.
Air India starts compensating flyers for 49-hour delay
Air India has paid a compensation of €600( approx Rs 47,700) each to several passenger...
Vijay Mallya repeats offer of 100 percent payback for Indian banks
he 63-year-old former Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) boss is currently appealin...
Heavy debt of Indian airlines a problem: IATA Chief
The global airline body, which is closely following the financial problems at Jet Airways, has always found airlines balance sheet a concern across the world, its top executive said on Thursday.
SpiceJet Q2 loss widens to Rs 463 crore
SpiceJet also said that the airline’s losses were higher due to new accounting standard norms and grounding of Boeing 737 MAX.
A Maharajah in free fall: Why Air India cannot be run as a public sector organisation
The beginning of the decline coincided with the governmental interference that this commercial enterprise in a highly competitive sector started facing in right earnest.
Afghanistan raises alarm over the reel on third battle of Panipat
Earlier, the Afghan Embassy to India in a letter to the MEA expressed concerns over the contents of the movie. “…any insensitive/distorted depiction of his character might provoke emotions of Afghans which could be unfairly exploited by others to adversely affect the trust and harmony that exists so well among the people of two countries.”
Overseas destinations bet on outbound Indian tourists
Japan National Tourism Organisation which saw a year on year 15.5% increase in Indian visitors from January to June this year.
SpiceJet Q4 profit rises 22% YoY to Rs 56 crore
Revenue from operations rose 25 per cent in the seasonally weak March quarter.
Airlines play safe with A320Neo, lighten load
Unlike the Boeing 737 MAX, the A320NEO has never had an excessive pitch problem during flight operations.
Indian Foreign Minister visits Poland ahead of direct Delhi-Warsaw flight
It is the first visit of an Indian External Minister in Poland since 1987. Jaishankar is scheduled to meet his Polish counterpart and the Prime Minister in Warsaw.
Aviation ministry advises airlines to keep fares from Srinagar in check
"The Ministry of Civil Aviation has advised the airlines to rein in the surging ticket prices - on flights coming out of Srinagar - for yatris returning from the Amarnath dham," a source said.
India terms Pakistan comments on Ayodhya verdict as gratuitous
In response to comments made by Pakistan on matters internal to India, MEA Spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "We reject the unwarranted and gratuitous comments made by Pakistan on the judgement of the Supreme Court of India on a civil matter that is completely internal to India. It pertains to the rule of law and equal respect for all faiths, concepts that are not part of their ethos.”
Indian airlines flew 11.03% more passengers in November: DGCA
As per the data, released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday, Indian carriers carried 11.6 million passengers during the month, up from 10.5 million in November 2017.
Indian carriers have 'limited freedoms' to operate as true commercial businesses: IATA
According to IATA, India's regulatory and tax framework around fuel also adds a burden on the airline industry.
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