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Holes in flight security: GoAir boards Goa passengers on Lucknow flight, doesn't offload bags

Updated : Nov 07, 2016

By : Sindhu Bhattacharya

Category : Business

Holes in flight security: GoAir boards Goa passengers on Lucknow flight, doesn't offload bags

This is not an isolated incident. There have multiple such instances and point to major security lapse #Aviation #GoAir #flight security
Spicejet flyers barred from carrying Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Updated : Nov 03, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Politics

Spicejet flyers barred from carrying Samsung Galaxy Note 7

No-frills airline SpiceJet today said passengers are prohibited from carrying Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones in hand, check-in baggages and cargo #Aviation #SpiceJet #DGCA #Samsung #Check-in Baggage #Galaxy Note 7
Cyrus Mistry, Ratan should take a leaf from JRD's book on the Tata way of doing things

Updated : Oct 29, 2016

By : Bikram Vohra

Category : Business

Cyrus Mistry, Ratan should take a leaf from JRD's book on the Tata way of doing things

There is nothing new about this scenario in the private sector except that tawdry scenes like this were never associated with the Tatas and the JRD legend covered all warts and spots. #Business #air india #Aviation #Ratan Tata #InMyOpinion #Morarji Desai #JRD Tata #Air Chief Marshal PC Lal #Cyris Mistry
Cyrus Mistry is right; problems of the Tata Group were inherited, not of his making

Updated : Oct 26, 2016

By : Sindhu Bhattacharya

Category : Business

Cyrus Mistry is right; problems of the Tata Group were inherited, not of his making

Tata Trusts apparently amended the articles of association, changing the terms of engagement between Trusts, Tata Sons’ board and the chairman, days before Mistry’s appointment #Narendra Modi #Aviation #Ratan Tata #Tata Sons #Cyrus Mistry #Tata Trusts #NTT DoCoMo fiasco
Aviation regulator to get more teeth: DGCA will be able to impose fine on violators

Updated : Oct 24, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

Aviation regulator to get more teeth: DGCA will be able to impose fine on violators

The move would give more teeth and leeway to the aviation regulator and aviation security agency BCAS in dealing with instances of violations amid the domestic sector witnessing over 20 per cent sustained growth in passenger traffic. #Aviation #DGCA #BCAS #Civil Aviation Secretary R N Choubey #Aircraft Act #Aircraft (Amendment) Bill
UDAN explained: Will fare cap, subsidy woo 'everyone in hawai chappal' to fly?

Updated : Oct 21, 2016

By : Sindhu Bhattacharya

Category : Business

UDAN explained: Will fare cap, subsidy woo 'everyone in hawai chappal' to fly?

The scheme is expected to revitalise around 400 ghost airports and 16 under-served airports in the country #Aviation #ashok gajapati raju #Regional connectivity #UDAN #cheaper air fares
DGCA may ask airlines to clamp down on in-flight selfies

Updated : Aug 27, 2016

By : PTI

Category : Business

DGCA may ask airlines to clamp down on in-flight selfies

DGCA is working on guidelines for airlines that would cover various aspects of photography inside an aircraft including selfies #Aviation #DGCA #Aviation Security #in-flight selfies
Andhra Pradesh to set up first private sector Light Combat Aircraft manufacturing unit

Updated : Aug 22, 2016

By : PTI

Category : India

Andhra Pradesh to set up first private sector Light Combat Aircraft manufacturing unit

A weapons integration facility to manufacture Light Combat Aircraft (LCA), said to be the first-of-its-kind in the private sector, will be set up in Andhra. #India #Defence #NewsTracker #Aviation #Andhra Pradesh #Private sector
Exclusive: U.N. aviation emissions pact may be voluntary at first -sources | Reuters

Updated : Aug 03, 2016

By : Reuters

Category : World

Exclusive: U.N. aviation emissions pact may be voluntary at first -sources | Reuters

MONTREAL A deal to limit carbon emissions from global civil aviation could be voluntary for the first five years instead of mandatory for certain countries under the current proposal, four sources familiar with the matter said. Facing an October deadline, countries have been unable so far to agree on the metrics that would oblige participants to be included, said the sources, who spoke on condition of anonymity because they are involved in the talks and the idea of a voluntary first phase has not been made public #Economy #India #Aviation #Europe #article
Air India's hidden subsidy shows that the govt uses the company merely as a political tool

Updated : Jul 31, 2016

By :

Category : Business

Air India's hidden subsidy shows that the govt uses the company merely as a political tool

In spite of having the most bloated personnel structure in the industry, Air India continues to provide the worst service in the skies. #Economy #India #Business #air india #Aviation #CriticalPoint #Subsidy #LTC #airline company