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 framewor...
IDBI Bank issues public notice on Vijay Mallya as 'wilful defaulter'
IDBI Bank NPA Management Group in Mumbai issued a public notice about wi...
Jet Airways CEO, 3 CXOs quit
The exit of the two top executives come amid the lenders struggling to find a buyer for the airline.
Naresh Goyal, wife denied permission to travel abroad
Goyal and his wife was to travel by a Dubai-bound flight when the authorities denied them permission to fly.
British Airways cancels flights globally on pilots' strike
The airline operates 49 weekly flights to India, said a spokesperson for India.
DGCA to issue notices for FDTL violation to GoAir pilots today
The DGCA had cracked down on GoAir for pushing pilots and cabin crew to work in excess of stipulated hours prescribed under Flight Duty Time Limitations (FDTL) during the middle of December. ET had reported it first during the last week of December. The crackdown had led to flight cancellations by GoAir from Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru, Kolkata and Patna.
ED seeks arrest of former Airbus India chief Kiran Rao
The ED has accused seven people, including Rao, of money laundering in a Rs 8,000-crore deal to supply 43 aircraft to erstwhile Indian Airlines in 2005.
India attaches importance to Myanmar's cooperation against insurgent groups: PM Modi to Suu Kyi
Prime Minister Modi emphasised the value India attaches to Myanmar's cooperation in ensuring that insurgent groups do not find space to operate across the India-Myanmar border, the release said. Myanmar is one of India's strategic neighbours and shares a 1,640-km-long border with a number of northeastern states including militancy-hit Nagaland and Manipur.
Grounded Jet Airways shares plummet 24% in 1 month
Jet Airways stopped flying on April 17 after it ran out of cash.
Time to heal: After conversion of state to UT, let opposition parties back into Kashmir
While the political debate on the decision to revoke Article 370 has been more or less settled in the rest of India, the hard part begins now in Srinagar. Block development elections have just been conducted in Kashmir, as have Class X board exams in which 99% of 88,832 students appeared. The best way to answer critics is to open access, even if it is controlled.
Act East: India to offer 1000 PhDs in IITs for ASEAN nationals
External Affairs Minister Dr. S. Jaishankar formally launched the Fellowship Programme at a ceremony at the Ministry of External Affairs on Monday.
‘China occupying large areas of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh’
“China deplores and firmly opposes that. India unilaterally changed its domestic laws and administrative division challenging China’s sovereignty,” he said. Responding strongly, the MEA in a statement said: “The matter of reorganisation... is entirely an internal affair of India... We expect other countries to respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
Qatar’s Indian airline on hold due to regulations
Aviation secretary R N Choubey said Qatar Airways would be able to launch the airline only if it gets an Indian partner.
Air India back with Amadeus for ticketing solutions
Air India had recently moved from keeping two ticketing platforms to one and had selected Travelport for it. The move was question by various industry insiders, who believed that this move of moving away from Amadeus will not be beneficial for the cash strapped airline, as Amadeus offers a he network across the globe.
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