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Aviation ministry on backfoot after Opposition questions Changi contract

Dec 30, 2015

Aviation ministry on backfoot after Opposition questions Changi contract

The Congress and the Left parties have created an uproar over an initial MoU between India and Singapore which allows that country to nominate an agency for taking the O&M contract for the two Indian airports for a fee. #Narendra Modi #Aviation #Singapore #PolicyWatch #Airports Authority of India #Changi airport #Ministry of Civil Aviation #Jaipur airport #RN Choubey #Ahmedabad airport
Conventional options not enough: Kelkar panel bats for PPP in airports

Dec 28, 2015

Conventional options not enough: Kelkar panel bats for PPP in airports

The proposed O&M process is now mired in a controversy since this is being done without a global tender. #Business #ThisisNext #Aviation #Airports Authority of India #PPP #V Kelkar
For the aviation sector to grow in India, it needs handholding by the policy makers

Dec 28, 2015

For the aviation sector to grow in India, it needs handholding by the policy makers

India is poised to become the world’s third largest aviation market in about a decade and perhaps it will attain this milestone despite little help from the mandarins in Rajiv Gandhi Bhawan, the nerve centre of aviation policy making #India #air india #Aviation #ConnectTheDots #airlines #GoAir #IndoGo #Vistara
Aviation has come a long way in the past 15 years, but many challenges remain

Dec 25, 2015

Aviation has come a long way in the past 15 years, but many challenges remain

In the last 15 years, a lot has happened to India's civil aviation sector. In 2000-01, only about 14 million Indians flew on a domestic flight. This increased by more than three-fold to over 45 million domestic passengers in 2009-10. #Aviation #ConnectTheDots #UPA government #Atal Bihari Vajpayee #Praful Patel #Airports Authority of India #low cost carriers #Civil aviation #FRewind
Delhi BSF tragedy: 10 persons killed after Super King aircraft crashes

Dec 23, 2015

Delhi BSF tragedy: 10 persons killed after Super King aircraft crashes

Investigating team members look at the remains of a chartered army plane that crashed close to the Delhi airport on Tuesday. All ten persons on board were killed. #Delhi #Aviation #Rajnath Singh #ImagesOfTheDay #BSF #Dwarka #BSF plane crash
Live: Sipaahi ki family hi kyun roti hai? BSF plane crash victim's relative questions Rajnath

Dec 23, 2015

Live: Sipaahi ki family hi kyun roti hai? BSF plane crash victim's relative questions Rajnath

A Ranchi-bound Border Security Force (BSF) Superking plane carrying technicians crashed at Bagdola village in Dwarka, New Delhi on Tuesday. #India #Delhi #NewsTracker #Aviation #aircraft #Delhi Airport #crash #plane #Dwarka #Bagdola #BSF flight
Air accident investigation bureau sets up four-member panel to probe BSF plane crash

Dec 22, 2015

Air accident investigation bureau sets up four-member panel to probe BSF plane crash

AAIB is body under the civil aviation ministry which investigates serious incidents and accidents involving Indian aircraft. #Civil Aviation Ministry #NewsTracker #Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau #BSF aircraft crash
Aviation ministry orders probe into BSF aircraft crash, role of ATC to be examined

Dec 22, 2015

Aviation ministry orders probe into BSF aircraft crash, role of ATC to be examined

According to the sources, the accident occurred during reciprocal landing of the twin-engine Super King aircraft, when it hit a tree, then crashed with a boundary wall and landed in a sewage treatment plant near T3 Terminal of the Indira Gandhi International airport. #NewsTracker #Aviation #Ministry of Home Affairs #Border Security Force #BSF #Ministry of Civil Aviation #Kanu Gohain #SKA B-200
AAIB launches probe into Air India staffer's death in Mumbai, fault in communication

Dec 18, 2015

AAIB launches probe into Air India staffer's death in Mumbai, fault in communication

The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau on Thursday launched a probe into Wednesday freak accident at the Mumbai airport where a technician died after getting sucked into the engine of an Air India plane even as the the pilot and co-pilot have been derostered. #air india #NewsTracker #Mumbai #Civil aviation #Mahesh Sharma #Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau
Jet Airways makes Amsterdam new European gateway; announces flights from March

Dec 14, 2015

Jet Airways makes Amsterdam new European gateway; announces flights from March

The airline will operate one flight each from its domestic hubs -- Mumbai and New Delhi -- to Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, the release said adding that Jet Airways will also operate a daily flight from Toronto to Amsterdam. #Jet Airways #Aviation #CompanyWatch #Business