New Delhi: Indian airlines, which have been reluctant to invest in new technologies to improve passenger facilities primarily due to resource crunch, should start using latest IT solutions to benefit passengers, a recent study found. According to the study carried out by aviation consultancy firm CAPA and prominent aviation IT solution provider SITA, facilities like provision of wi-fi on-board planes, greater usage of mobile technology, self-check in kiosks and biometrics and e-passports for border protection should be introduced in newly-modernised airports in India
Why Afghan presidential polls are of crucial importance to India

Why Afghan presidential polls are of crucial importance to India

Security and terrorism-related issues top the concerns of the Indian strategic establ...

Apr-06, 2014
If Modi becomes PM, corporates will run India like US: Gogoi

If Modi becomes PM, corporates will run India like US: Gogoi

Assam Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi on Thursday said if his Gujarat counterpart Narendra...

Apr-03, 2014
Take back three women fired over weight, Delhi HC tells Air India

Take back three women fired over weight, Delhi HC tells Air India

The court has also told the airline to pay the three women for the years of service t...

Apr-03, 2014
Sebi to probe Rs 2,060 crore Jet-Etihad deal further

Sebi to probe Rs 2,060 crore Jet-Etihad deal further

Etihad, which has purchased 24 percent stake in Jet Airways, has rejected any obligat...

Mar-28, 2014
Did SpiceJet\'s mid-air Holi antics endanger passenger safety?

Did SpiceJet's mid-air Holi antics endanger passenger safety?

So was passenger safety compromised? Well, an allegation doing the rounds is that wit...

Mar-20, 2014
Jailtey defends Vajpayee govt releasing terrorists to end Kandahar crisis

Jailtey defends Vajpayee govt releasing terrorists to end Kandahar crisis

He said in reply to a question that if NDA returns to power at the Centre its governm...

Mar-18, 2014
After SpiceJet, Boeing courts Air India, Jet Airways for sale of 737 MAX aircraft

After SpiceJet, Boeing courts Air India, Jet Airways for sale of 737 MAX aircraft

Boeing signed a $4.4 billion deal with Indian budget airline SpiceJet , the airline s...

Mar-13, 2014
Missing Malaysian jet: Each time we fly it\'s an act of surrender

Missing Malaysian jet: Each time we fly it's an act of surrender

In a world where image is supreme, we expect tragedy to come fully illustrated � co...

Mar-11, 2014
Kejriwal should contest against Modi in Gujarat: Amit Shah

Kejriwal should contest against Modi in Gujarat: Amit Shah

With Arvind Kejriwal questioning claims about development in Gujarat, Narendra Modi's...

Mar-08, 2014

More Stories on Indian Airlines

x