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Why airlines are horses and India continues to have ghost airports

Jul 22, 2016

Why airlines are horses and India continues to have ghost airports

According to Gajapathy Raju, airlines not mounting flights to many existing airports is the biggest reason for patchy air connectivity in India #Aviation #IATA #AAI #airport infrastructure #Jayant Sinha #RCS #A Gajapathi Raju #Regional Connectivity Scheme
Civil aviation policy will take flying to masses: Companies, experts all hail steps

Jun 16, 2016

Civil aviation policy will take flying to masses: Companies, experts all hail steps

Though a 0/0 or 0/10 would have been more than welcome, the amendments that have been made to the policy are encouraging, AirAsia has said #KPMG #IATA #Deloitte #AirAsia India #Vistara #civil aviation policy #expert views
Citing flight safety, Air India bars crew from operating flights with relatives on duty

Jun 07, 2016

Citing flight safety, Air India bars crew from operating flights with relatives on duty

National carrier Air India has barred pilots and cabin crew from operating flights where their immediate family members are also on duty. #air india #NewsTracker #IATA #International Air Transport Association #Cabin crew #cabin crew relatives Air India
Domestic air passenger traffic rises 25% in Nov on festival boost, higher capacity deployment

Jan 13, 2016

Domestic air passenger traffic rises 25% in Nov on festival boost, higher capacity deployment

Overall average domestic travel demand across the seven major aviation markets spiked by 6.4% in November 2015 over the same period a year-ago #Aviation #IATA #november air passenger traffic
 IATA urges aviation ministry to remove service tax on overflights

Jul 14, 2015

IATA urges aviation ministry to remove service tax on overflights

In his speech, the aviation minister said there were different laws and regulations in different countries and India would have to develop its own, keeping in mind the prevailing circumstances. #Business #NewsTracker #Aviation #IATA #service tax #CII #Tony Tyler #corporate #Ashok Gajapathi Raju
Many govts failing to recognise aviation sector as key contributor to economy: Iata

Jun 11, 2015

Many govts failing to recognise aviation sector as key contributor to economy: Iata

The report, released at the Iata's 70th annual meet in Miami by chief economist Brian Pearce, said this tax revenue was equivalent to nearly 48 percent of the industry's gross value added (equivalent to GDP), which is paid to governments in payroll, social security, corporate and product taxes. #GDP #Aviation #IATA #SectorWatch #ATF #Tony Tyler #Brian Pearce
'oneworld' alliance open to partner Indian airline: CEO

Jun 08, 2015

'oneworld' alliance open to partner Indian airline: CEO

Incidentally, Ashby, who has worked with several major US airlines, was also the first CEO of IndiGo, a position which he held for about four years. #Business #air india #Jet Airways #NewsTracker #Aviation #IATA #IndiGo #Low-cost carrier #Star Alliance #British Airways #Japan Airlines #Etihad Airways #Oneworld #Cathay Pacific #Srilankan
Privileges for MPs at airports, free passages for Air India staff to stay: Raju

Apr 20, 2015

Privileges for MPs at airports, free passages for Air India staff to stay: Raju

As per Raju, netas can continue to ask for tea/coffee free of charge, get access to terminal building, visitors' gallery etc. #air india #Lok Sabha #IATA #PolicyWatch #Robert Vadra #Civil aviation #A Gajapathi Raju