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    Noida airport to have one runway and 90% domestic traffic initially: Zurich airport official

    Officials of the Uttar Pradesh government and Zurich Airport International signed a concession agreement on Wednesday to begin the construction of the Noida airport in Jewar on the outskirts of Delhi.

    Our airport will be cheaper than ones built 20 years ago: Jewar airport MD

    According to the plan, the first phase of the airport with a capac...

    Guwahati Aiport's new Rs 1232 crore integrated terminal expected to be ready by June 2022

    LGBI airport currently handles over six million pas...

    • The duty free store at the airport is run by Delhi Duty-Free Services, a JV of the DIAL, Aer Rianta International and GMR Airports Ltd. Once the passenger is registered on the website, he or she can enter their travel and passport details. "After this, they can select their choice of product from liquors, tobaccos, make up and skin cares, perfumes, confectionary and other travel retail exclusives on DDFS website," the DIAL noted.

      A dedicated 370m subway constructed by Delhi Metro Rail Corporation (DMRC) will seamlessly connect the Terminal-1 station of Magenta Line (Botanical Garden-Janakpuri West) with the departure and arrival terminals. Apart from escalators and elevators, the subway will have travelators so that passengers don’t have to walk all the way.

      The Noida International Airport Limited (NIAL) and Zurich Airport International AG on Wednesday signed a key agreement that would allow the Swiss developer to begin work at the site of the upcoming Jewar airport near Delhi.

      The aviation ministry has asked Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL) to review stay charges levied on business jets parked at Mumbai airport during the lockdown after complaints by nonscheduled operators (NSOPs) that they were too high.

      Initially launched for arriving international transit passengers in line with the Civil Aviation Ministry's directives, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has now further extended the availability of the test facility for passengers departing from the airport as well, the airport operator said in a release.

      Mumbai International Airport Ltd. said recently it has tied up with Suburban Diagnostics for the testing facility. The cost of the test is a minimum of Rs 1,600. Passengers can book online or at the help desk at the airport terminal and they will get their reports within eight hours.

      On September 28, Lufthansa had to cancel its flights between India and Germany from September 30 to October 20 as the DGCA withdrew permission for them saying there are restriction on Indians who want to travel to Germany and this puts "Indian carriers at a significant disadvantage resulting in inequitable distribution of traffic in favour of Lufthansa."

      After failing to get funds even for daily operations, the then cash-strapped airline announced temporary suspension of services on April 17 last year and the last flight S2-3502 that took off from Amritsar at around 1030 pm touched down at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport at 12.22 am on April 18.

      The expansion work includes extension of existing terminal building from 8,474 sqm to 25,520 sqm, expansion of apron from five parking bays to 23 and construction of a parallel taxi track, AAI said in a release.

      The resolution professional in charge of Jet, Grant Thornton's Ashish Chhawchharia, confirmed the same to ET. Jet stopped operating in April last year and has been undergoing insolvency proceedings at the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT). The NCLT is yet to give its approval.

      Vistara's flights are being banned for the first time by the Hong Kong government during the coronavirus pandemic. Passengers from India can arrive in Hong Kong only if they have a COVID-19 negative certificate from a test done within 72 hours prior to the journey, according to rules issued by the Hong Kong government in July.

      SpiceJet also operated 16 long-haul charter flights using Airbus A330-900 Neo aircraft to and from London, Amsterdam, Toronto and Rome helping more than 5,109 Indians and foreign nationals stranded for months to get back home, it said in the release.

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