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DigiYatra, the brainchild of the Ministry of Civil Aviation, allows airline passengers to be automatically processed based on a facial recognition system at several checkpoints including entry, security check and boarding aircraft. It is expected to reduce wait times and enhance security
The move will not only reduce security expenditure but also make CISF personnel available who can be deployed at other airports that will further strengthen the security set-up, said AAI
The flight was conducted using an ATR-72 aircraft and landed at the Kishangarh airport in Rajasthan on Wednesday morning, using GAGAN, which has been jointly developed by the Centre-run AAI and ISRO
Kerala chief minister Pinarayi Vijayan had criticised the takeover, saying it was not for the development of the facility but to protect the interest of monopolies
Domestic airline operations resumed in May 2020. However, international flights have operated only under the Vande Bharat mission and Air Bubble agreements
The chief minister said though the AAI has already taken up obstacle limitation surface survey, soil testing, and other investigations at the sites but the final reports are yet to be given
India's first seaplane service to begin 31 Oct: From frequency to ticket cost, what you need to know
With the aim to provide "seamless and affordable" connectivity, the Gujarat government had signed an MoU with the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Airports Authority of India to start the services in July
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
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
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.
Heavy fog engulfs most parts of Kashmir for fourth consecutive day; primary schools closed in Valley, flight operations disrupted at Srinagar airport
Thick layer of fog engulfed most parts of Valley for fourth consecutive day on Monday, affecting visibility and causing problems to people, especially motorists
Nine flights cancelled after heavy fog engulfs Srinagar airport; visibility limited to around 600 metres, says AAI official
The fog also disrupted the air traffic to and fro Srinagar as no flight operations took place because of the poor visibility, the AAI official added
GVK Reddy will continue as Executive Chairman and GV Sanjay Reddy as Managing Director in both MIAL and NMIAL
DGCA detects flaws in runway maintenance work at Ahmedabad airport, AAI fails to act despite incriminating vigilance report
The shoddy maintenance work at the airport in the home state of Prime Minister Narendra Modi jeopardises the safety of passengers with flights being operated under challenging circumstances.
Sebi had received complaints from ITC and LIC—minority shareholders in Hotel Leela—alleging violations by promoters, JMF ARC in asset sale transactions
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
India must spend $200 bn on infrastructure annually; harnessing private investment a challenge, reveals Economic Survey
India needs to almost double its annual spending on infrastructure at $200 billion and the real challenge lies in harnessing private investment, said the Economic Survey 2018-19 tabled in Parliament on Thursday
Chennai may soon get a second aiport at Mamandur, report claims AAI has already cleared site for greenfield project
The proposed Mamandur airport complex will be 1.4 lakh sqm in phase one, 2.75 lakh sqm in phase two and 1.35 lakh sqm in phase three and will house hotels, a convention centre and a township. It will have two runways.
Adani Enterprises wins bids to operate five state-run airports as conglomerate looks to expand business
India’s Adani Enterprises Ltd has won bids to operate five government-run airports in the country, two sources told <em>Reuters</em> on Monday, as the conglomerate looks to expand its business beyond mining and renewable energy
Adani Group makes offer to buyout 23.5% stake in Mumbai airport as South African partners in JV keen to exit
Adani Group has also bid to operate six non-metro airports that are currently under AAI's management.