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

Aug 27, 2016

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

Aug 22, 2016

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

Aug 03, 2016

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

Jul 31, 2016

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
Dubai-Kozhikode flight makes emergency landing in Mumbai due to ruckus by passenger

Jul 28, 2016

Dubai-Kozhikode flight makes emergency landing in Mumbai due to ruckus by passenger

An IndiGo flight from Dubai to Kozhikode made an emergency landing at the Mumbai airport following alleged unruly behaviour of a passenger. #India #NewsTracker #Aviation #Mumbai #Dubai #Emergency landing #Kozhikode #plane #Indigo flight
Air India to recruit 500 pilots, 1,500 cabin crew in the next 2-3 years

Jul 27, 2016

Air India to recruit 500 pilots, 1,500 cabin crew in the next 2-3 years

Air India may recruit about 500 pilots and over 1,500 cabin crew in next two to three years to meet the requirement as the fleet size is expected to increase considerably, a senior official has said #air india #NewsTracker #Aviation #Civil aviation #Airbus A320 #N Sivaramakrishnan
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
'India may need 1,850 new planes worth $250 bn in 20 yrs on policy boost'

Jul 20, 2016

'India may need 1,850 new planes worth $250 bn in 20 yrs on policy boost'

In March, the company had projected that demand from India would add up to orders for 1,740 planes over 20 years #Indian Airlines #Boeing #Aviation #Dinesh Keskar #low cost carriers #Aviation Policy #regional connectivity policy
Vistara says last-minute discounts are long-term disasters, slams rivals

Jul 19, 2016

Vistara says last-minute discounts are long-term disasters, slams rivals

Vistara's Sanjiv Kapoor has said last-minute deep discounts are like a drug - short-term false fix, long-term disaster #Aviation #GoAir #IndiGo #AirIndia #Vistara #last-minute discounts
Airlines to pay huge compensation for flight cancellation, denial of boarding to passenger

Jul 17, 2016

Airlines to pay huge compensation for flight cancellation, denial of boarding to passenger

Cancelling a flight or denying boarding to a flier is going to cost heavily to domestic airlines. #India #NewsTracker #Aviation #airlines #DGCA #compensation #passengers #fliers #APAI #boarding