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AAI employees' union urges CBI to probe Mumbai airport land deal

May 17, 2015

AAI employees' union urges CBI to probe Mumbai airport land deal

The AAI employees union has sought a CBI probe into the Mumbai Airport land issue after citing a CAG report which castigated the Civil Aviation Ministry for granting extensions to the airport modernisation project, delayed by four years, and not penalising the private operator for it. #Civil Aviation Ministry #NewsTracker #CAG report #Mumbai airport #AAI #airport #Land Deal #AAI employees union
PESB selects Vinod Hejmadi for Air India's Director-Finance post

Apr 23, 2015

PESB selects Vinod Hejmadi for Air India's Director-Finance post

Hejmadi, who presently holds the post of general manager for finance at the national carrier's office in Mumbai, was selected after he along with two others were interviewed today by the government's head hunting body. #air india #Civil Aviation Ministry #CompanyWatch #Rohit Nandan #Public Enterprises Selection Board #Vinod Hejmadi #Appointments Committee of the Cabinet
Spicejet wants three-year breather on airport dues, AAI says no

Apr 16, 2015

Spicejet wants three-year breather on airport dues, AAI says no

AAIs per day billing to SpiceJet towards landing, parking and other support services currently stands at Rs 78 lakh. #Civil Aviation Ministry #NewsTracker #SpiceJet #AAI #Ajay Singh
Predatory airfares need to be regulated, says junior aviation minister

Apr 09, 2015

Predatory airfares need to be regulated, says junior aviation minister

The minister's comments come against the backdrop of many carriers resorting to steep discount on tickets to stimulate demand in the face of stiff competition. #Business #Civil Aviation Ministry #TheySaidIt #Rajiv Pratap Rudy #DGCA #Civil aviation #ICAO #Airports Economic Regulatory Authority #airfares #Mahesh Sharma
Govt unlikely to go for any dilution of stake in Air India

Mar 13, 2015

Govt unlikely to go for any dilution of stake in Air India

The government as part of the airline's turnaround plan had approved a Rs 30,000 crore financial package for 10 years in 2012 with certain riders. #Business #air india #Civil Aviation Ministry #CompanyWatch #Divestment #Anant Geete