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Union Cabinet approves proposal for leasing out Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports
India

Union Cabinet approves proposal for leasing out Jaipur, Guwahati and Thiruvananthapuram airports

Adani Enterprises had won the rights to run six airports through PPP model after a competitive bidding process in February 2019

Vistara's first 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft operates maiden commercial flight on Delhi-Kolkata route
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Vistara's first 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft operates maiden commercial flight on Delhi-Kolkata route

Vistara said its first 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft, which was delivered to it by Boeing in February this year, operated its maiden commercial flight from Delhi to Kolkata on Thursday morning

Boeing cuts 12,000 jobs, resumes production of grounded 737 Max; reveals plans for more layoffs
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Boeing cuts 12,000 jobs, resumes production of grounded 737 Max; reveals plans for more layoffs

Boeing, one of the nation's biggest manufacturers, said it will lay off 6,770 US employees this week, and another 5,520 workers are taking buyout offers to leave voluntarily in the coming weeks.

Cancellations, confusion continue on Day 2 of domestic operations; 325 departures till 5 pm, flights remain suspended in Bengal
India

Cancellations, confusion continue on Day 2 of domestic operations; 325 departures till 5 pm, flights remain suspended in Bengal

Airports across the country handled 325 departures and 283 arrivals with 41,673 passengers till 5 pm on Tuesday even as flight cancellations continued with passengers facing difficulties

‘Worried, but work comes first’: Flight attendants return to duty as domestic air services resume in fourth phase of coronavirus lockdown
India

‘Worried, but work comes first’: Flight attendants return to duty as domestic air services resume in fourth phase of coronavirus lockdown

Flight attendants on early Monday morning arrived at Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport, Terminal-3, as domestic air services resumed from today

Domestic flights to resume from 25 May: Govt can dictate fare capping to private airlines only if it provides discounts on fuel, other charges
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Domestic flights to resume from 25 May: Govt can dictate fare capping to private airlines only if it provides discounts on fuel, other charges

The government will regulate fares and it will be in a fixed range with a minimum and a maximum fare already set for the route. Aviation experts wonder who gave the government advice on this matter.

Baggage sanitisation, thermal screening, Aarogya Setu must except for kids under 14: AAI issues SOPs for airlines, passengers
India

Baggage sanitisation, thermal screening, Aarogya Setu must except for kids under 14: AAI issues SOPs for airlines, passengers

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has issued the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) that needs to be followed by airlines and flyers the day after the government announced that domestic flights would resume from 25 May.

Airports Authority of India issues SOPs day after Centre says domestic flights to resume from 25 May in 'calibrated manner'
India

Airports Authority of India issues SOPs day after Centre says domestic flights to resume from 25 May in 'calibrated manner'

All passenger flights were stopped in late March following the announcement of a nationwide lockdown to flatten the curve of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus Outbreak: Mideast airlines lose over Rs 50,000 crore as airports shut, says IATA
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Mideast airlines lose over Rs 50,000 crore as airports shut, says IATA

Seven Middle Eastern countries have suspended all commercial flights due to a fast-spreading new virus as the aviation industry's largest trade association announced on Thursday that airlines in the region have already lost more than $7 billion in revenue

US airlines seek $50 billion coronavirus bailout to avoid collapse as White House drafts financial assistance package
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US airlines seek $50 billion coronavirus bailout to avoid collapse as White House drafts financial assistance package

A trade association warned that without action airlines could run out of money by year-end, and even sooner if credit card companies started withholding payments. Without action soon, airlines and others in the sector could furlough tens of thousands of workers.

Amid coronavirus outbreak, global airlines body IATA requests suspension of airport slot rules as carriers see major decline in demand
World

Amid coronavirus outbreak, global airlines body IATA requests suspension of airport slot rules as carriers see major decline in demand

The IATA on Monday said it is contacting aviation regulators worldwide to request that the rules governing use of airport slots be suspended immediately and for the 2020 season, due to the impact of COVID-19 (the Coronavirus)

Fighting coronavirus: Airlines ask crew to avoid meat, shaking hands; airports install thermal cameras
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Fighting coronavirus: Airlines ask crew to avoid meat, shaking hands; airports install thermal cameras

Even as airlines around the world depend on the hardest disinfectants to clean their flights of any sign of the coronavirus or COVID-19, the aviation industry in India too has geared up to limit the damage from the epidemic

Patanjali Group partners with JHS Svendgaard Retail Ventures for stores at airports
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Patanjali Group partners with JHS Svendgaard Retail Ventures for stores at airports

Haridwar-based Patanjali Group has partnered with JHS Svendgaard Retail Ventures to set up its stores at airports across the country, a release said on Tuesday

President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's visit has potential to boost bilateral trade, investments with Sri Lanka: Assocham
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President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's visit has potential to boost bilateral trade, investments with Sri Lanka: Assocham

Sri Lankan President Gotabaya Rajapaksa's visit to India has the potential to impart momentum to bilateral trade and investment ties while leveraging huge geo-cultural commonalities between the two nations, Assocham said on Friday

Govt chalks out plan for Rs 100-lakh cr investment in infrastructure over 5 years: Piyush Goyal
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Govt chalks out plan for Rs 100-lakh cr investment in infrastructure over 5 years: Piyush Goyal

The Centre has chalked out a plan envisaging an investment of Rs 100 lakh crore in the infrastructure sector over the next five years, Union Minister Piyush Goyal said on Wednesday

IndiGo says systems back to normal after hours-long outage hit operations at airports
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IndiGo says systems back to normal after hours-long outage hit operations at airports

India’s largest airline IndiGo said on Monday its flights and check-in systems were running normally, after an hours-long outage hit operations at airports, leading to long queues and hassling passengers

Centre increases baggage limit for metro train passengers across country to 25 kgs from 15 kgs; airport metro commuters can carry 32 kgs
India

Centre increases baggage limit for metro train passengers across country to 25 kgs from 15 kgs; airport metro commuters can carry 32 kgs

For dedicated metro trains for airports, the ministry has also allowed one bag weighing up to 32 kilograms

Rajya Sabha passes AERA, Central Universities Amendment bills; Lok Sabha deliberates farmers' woes
India

Rajya Sabha passes AERA, Central Universities Amendment bills; Lok Sabha deliberates farmers' woes

Rajya Sabha passed two bills on Tuesday, one concerning the Airports Economic Regulatory Authority of India (AERA) and another amending the Central Universities Act, 2009, while the Lok Sabha deliberated on farmers' woes

IOC threatens to cut fuel supply to Air India for non-payment of bills; flight services likely to be partially hit
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IOC threatens to cut fuel supply to Air India for non-payment of bills; flight services likely to be partially hit

IOC has threatened to stop fuel supply at certain airports such Patna, Pune, Chandigarh, Cochin, Visakhapatnam and Ranchi

SpiceJet aircraft to be towed to Mumbai airport’s hangar by Friday; 46 flights cancelled till 8 pm on Thursday
India

SpiceJet aircraft to be towed to Mumbai airport’s hangar by Friday; 46 flights cancelled till 8 pm on Thursday

SpiceJet and city airport authorities expect the Boeing 777 aircraft, which has been stuck since Monday night after it skidded off the main runway on landing and veered off to the grassy area, to be towed to the hangar by Friday