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Competition Commission rejects complaint against IndiGo

Jun 29, 2015

Competition Commission rejects complaint against IndiGo

The complaint was filed by one Udit Gupta from the national capital against Interglobe Aviation -- and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. #Business #Aviation #CompanyWatch #IndiGo #DGCA #Competition Commission #Interglobe Aviation
Charging flight passengers by their weight is a good idea; its time definitely has come

Jun 29, 2015

Charging flight passengers by their weight is a good idea; its time definitely has come

If they are thrifty, they may go for long workouts and even turn anorexic if only to have the last laugh before emplaning. #Aviation #InMyOpinion #airlines #DGCA #Baggage #passenger fare
Taxiing for long, aviation ministry set to take off under Mahesh Sharma

Jun 29, 2015

Taxiing for long, aviation ministry set to take off under Mahesh Sharma

Policy issues such as a decision on scrapping the 5/20 rule, putting in place a comprehensive civil aviation policy and a policy on air services agreements with other countries were left hanging #DGCA #AAI #Ministry of Civil Aviation #Mahesh Sharma #5/20 rule
IndiGo closing in on 40% market share, SpiceJet scripts remarkable turnaround

Jun 22, 2015

IndiGo closing in on 40% market share, SpiceJet scripts remarkable turnaround

Jet Airways' domestic network seems to have taken the worst hit during the five months under review - combined market share of Jet Airways and JetLite has fallen from 24.1 percent in January to just 21.5 percent now. #Jet Airways #NewsTracker #Aviation #SpiceJet #GoAir #IndiGo #AirAsia #DGCA #JetLite #Vistara
Neither extortionary nor predatory ticket pricing acceptable: ministry

Jun 10, 2015

Neither extortionary nor predatory ticket pricing acceptable: ministry

The ministry is, however, yet to take a call on whether there is a need to assign thresholds for airfares. #Civil Aviation Ministry #NewsTracker #DGCA #airfares #Mahesh Sharma
Average fare of carriers during peak seasons near minimum fare: DGCA

Jun 04, 2015

Average fare of carriers during peak seasons near minimum fare: DGCA

The finding by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation comes as an apparent 'clean chit' to the domestic airlines, which face allegations of charging "exorbitant" fares during such seasons. #Jammu and Kashmir #NewsTracker #DGCA #North East #Predatory pricing #Mahesh Sharma
Jet Airways cuts down on foreign pilots, hands over pink slips to 50

Jun 01, 2015

Jet Airways cuts down on foreign pilots, hands over pink slips to 50

The Naresh Goyal-promoted airline has a total of 1,120 pilots, after termination of the service contracts of these 50 expats, Jet Airways now has 88 foreign pilots. #Business #Jet Airways #Aviation #CompanyWatch #DGCA #Naresh Goyal #corporate #Expat pilots #Ravichandran Narayan
Mahesh Sharma to meet airlines soon before starting airfare regulation

Jun 01, 2015

Mahesh Sharma to meet airlines soon before starting airfare regulation

India is moving ahead to put in place some sort of airfare regulation in place. Speaking to Firstpost, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma said he will call airline representatives for a meeting within the next two weeks to discuss a mechanism to regulate fares. His emphasis is especially on exorbitant last minute fares which have lead hundreds of Members of Parliament and the general public to protests. #airlines #DGCA #AERA #A Gajapathi Raju
DGCA set to revise cabin crew duty, rest period norms

May 31, 2015

DGCA set to revise cabin crew duty, rest period norms

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has set up a high-level internal committee to revisit the duty and rest period norms for cabin crew and formulate fresh and comprehensive rules. #air india #DGCA #FDTL
DGCA begins probe into radioactive leak at IGI Airport

May 29, 2015

DGCA begins probe into radioactive leak at IGI Airport

Aviation regulator DGCA has started its probe into the leak of radioactive substance, which had come from Turkey, at the cargo complex of IGI Airport in New Delhi Friday morning. #India #New Delhi #NewsTracker #DGCA #Turkey #IGI airport #Cargo #Radioactive threat