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Jul 19, 2017
Air India may offer VRS to 15,000 staff ahead of sale next year, puts fleet expansion on holdThe state-owned airline has also put fleet expansion on hold, scrapping a proposal to lease eight Boeing 787 wide-body aircraft
Jul 12, 2017
FDI in airlines: IB raises red flag over 100% investment, says aviation 'highly sensitive sector'The IB has suggested that the existing substantial ownership and effective control requirement should be retained.
Jul 10, 2017
Amit Shah's Goa airport meet: Bombay HC issues notice to secretary of civil aviation ministry, othersBombay High Court issued notices to top central and state officials in connection with a political meeting addressed by Amit Shah at Goa airport.
Jul 05, 2017
Air India privatisation: Parliamentary panel seeks details from govt on disinvestmentSources said the government's decision to divest stake in Air India was discussed at the meeting of the department-related parliamentary standing committee on transport, tourism and culture
Jun 22, 2017
Farmers' unrest: Venkaiah Naidu says trend of seeking loan waivers has become a 'fashion'Venkaiah Naidu said seeking loan waiver has become a "fashion" now but it is not the final solution and should be considered in extreme situations.
Jun 20, 2017
From eliminating salad to shrinking magazine size, Air India staff suggest debt reduction plansOne of the Air India's cabin crew member said he is ready to forego two months salary, besides giving up flying allowance, layover allowance and special allowance
Jun 11, 2017
Jet Airways pilots urge aviation ministry to 'involve them' in new set of rules and regulationsJet Airways' domestic pilots union, National Aviator's Guild (NAG), has urged the Civil Aviation Ministry to involve all stakeholders while formulating rules and regulations concerning the pilots
Jun 03, 2017
Air India stake sale will be 'very, very difficult' says Arvind PanagariyaLoss-making Air India, surviving on taxpayers' money, is facing tough business conditions amid stiff competition.
May 29, 2017
CBI lodges cases to probe Indian Airlines-Air India merger, purchase of 111 planesFIRs have been registered for offences of criminal conspiracy and corruption against unidentified officials of the civil aviation ministry and Air India
May 28, 2017
DGCA may be empowered with punitive powers; could soon impose penalties for violationsThe central government plans to provide the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) with powers to impose penalties for violations