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Nov 17, 2017
In a first, domestic air passenger traffic breaches 10-million mark in OctoberReacting to the numbers, leading travel portal Yatra.com said the passenger traffic has remained strong as a result of increased passenger load in the peak festive season
Nov 16, 2017
Centre identifies 24 airports, helipads to enhance air connectivity in Kashmir and North East India under Phase-II of UDANUnder Phase-II of RCS UDAN scheme, nine airports are going to be built in Arunachal Pradesh, five each in Assam and Manipur, two in Jammu and Kashmir, and, one each in Tripura, Meghalaya and Sikkim
Nov 11, 2017
Delhi air pollution: AAP govt in talks with state-owned helicopter service to aerially sprinkle waterThe Delhi government on Friday said that it was in talks with state-owned helicopter service company Pawan Hans to aerially sprinkle water
Nov 10, 2017
44 passengers of Alliance Air flight stranded at Jaipur airport after pilot refuses to fly beyond duty hoursForty passengers of a Jaipur-Delhi flight of Alliance Air, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Air India, had a harrowing time after the pilot refused to fly
Nov 08, 2017
IndiGo director Aditya Ghosh apologises to civil aviation minister, accepts airline's faultA day after a video IndiGo staff manhandling a customer went viral on social media and grabbed national headlines, the airlines' director Aditya Ghosh has written to the Minister of Civil Aviation to admit that the staff was at fault.
Nov 08, 2017
IndiGo assault incident exposes lack of flying etiquette in India; getting both sides of the story equally importantThe ugly incident at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGI) in New Delhi where a passenger was beaten up by IndiGo staff is just another indication of the absence of flying etiquette in the country.
Nov 08, 2017
IndiGo staff manhandle passenger at Delhi airport: Govt seeks report from airline over incidentThe minister of state for civil aviation Jayant Sinha condemned the Indigo airlines incident and said the government has sought a report from the airline.
Nov 07, 2017
IndiGo ground staff manhandles passenger on Delhi airport's tarmac; airline issues apology, sacks employeeAnother incident of the IndiGo airline ground staff members manhandling a passenger has surfaced on the social media, according to several media reports.
Nov 06, 2017
Paradise Papers: MoS for civil aviation Jayant Sinha says transactions were legal, done in professional capacityUnion minister Jayant Sinha's name has cropped up in Paradise Papers even as he said that the transactions were not done for any "personal purpose".
Nov 02, 2017
E-commerce giants can now use drones for delivering products to customers in IndiaDirectorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Wednesday invited public comments on the draft rules on use of drones, including for commercial purposes.