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Bird hit aborts SpiceJet's Pune-New Delhi flight take-off

Aug 23, 2016

Bird hit aborts SpiceJet's Pune-New Delhi flight take-off

A SpiceJet spokesperson said all passengers and crew members were safe. There were 181 passengers, two infants and six crew members in the plane. #NewsTracker #SpiceJet #Civil aviation #SG 182
DGCA makes online fee payment compulsory for more than 14 services

Aug 02, 2016

DGCA makes online fee payment compulsory for more than 14 services

The DGCA has made online fee payment compulsory for more than 14 services effective from 1 August. #NewsTracker #DGCA #e-governance #Civil aviation
More reforms on way for e-visa regime, as govt to add 36 more countries

Jul 28, 2016

More reforms on way for e-visa regime, as govt to add 36 more countries

The Tourism Ministry has asked Home Ministry to extend the facility to the citizens of 36 more countries, including Turkey, Italy, Saudi Arabia and Morocco #Reforms #Civil aviation #tourism industry #E Visa
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
Six IndiGo pilots under DGCA lens for clicking photos in cockpit

Jul 14, 2016

Six IndiGo pilots under DGCA lens for clicking photos in cockpit

The alleged incident, in which family members of some IndiGo pilots posed for photographs inside the cockpit, amounts to unauthorised access to the cockpit which violates aviation safety norms. #NewsTracker #IndiGo #DGCA #Civil aviation
Pay less for flight ticket cancellations from August as govt revises rules

Jul 13, 2016

Pay less for flight ticket cancellations from August as govt revises rules

At present, in cases of ticket purchases from travel agents, the arrangement for refund is left to the passenger and the travel agent. #Aviation #PolicyWatch #DGCA #Civil aviation #Ashok Gajapathi Raju
Cabinet reshuffle: Prakash Javadekar has the toughest task of them all

Jul 06, 2016

Cabinet reshuffle: Prakash Javadekar has the toughest task of them all

For Javadekar, the crucial job will be to resolve the differences of opinion his predecessor had with the Prime Minister's Office #Cabinet reshuffle #Smriti Irani #HRD Ministry #Civil aviation #Prakash Javadekar #job creation #Jayant Sinha #textiles ministry
FDI relaxation rules credit positive for India's sovereign ratings: Moody's

Jun 27, 2016

FDI relaxation rules credit positive for India's sovereign ratings: Moody's

India announced last week sweeping reforms to rules on foreign direct investment and easier terms for investors in sectors ranging from civil aviation to pharmaceuticals #Defence #Foreign direct investment #FDI #pharmaceuticals #Moody's Investors Service #Civil aviation
Reasons why 100% FDI in India's civil aviation could fail to take off

Jun 23, 2016

Reasons why 100% FDI in India's civil aviation could fail to take off

One inference that could be drawn from this is that the opening up of India's airline sector to more foreign participation is merely on paper #air india #Jet Airways #FDI #SpiceJet #IndiGo #Civil aviation #A Gajapathi Raju #5/20 rule #R N Chaubey. SOEC