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Dec 15, 2017
Centre's regulations for operating drones to be out in two months, will have 'appropriate constraints' in place, says Jayant SinhaUnion minister Jayant Sinha said the regulations for operating drones are likely to be ready within two months and would be the "best in class with appropriate constraints"
Nov 24, 2017
Navi Mumbai airport likely by 2019, phase one capacity seen at 10 mn passengers a year, says CidcoA 90-meter tall hillock is being razed to just 8 meters for runways for the upcoming Navi Mumbai international airport
Jun 07, 2017
Debris of missing Myanmar military plane found in Andaman SeaPieces of a Myanmar military plane which went missing with more than 100 soldiers and family members aboard were found in the Andaman Sea late Wednesday, a local official said.
Oct 28, 2016
BJP MP Subramanian Swamy asks PM to form multi-agency SIT to probe TatasSwamy, in a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi, has said the SIT should comprise officials from CBI, Enforcement Directorate and SEBI as the charges involved a gamut of offences.
Jun 11, 2016
Relief for air passengers: Govt to regulate flight cancellation, extra baggage chargesIn case of flight cancellations announced within 24 hours of departure, the compensation amount has been enhanced to up to Rs 10,000.
Jul 03, 2015
Fadnavis then Kiren Rijiju: Sorry mantri-ji, you are the 'technical delay' in Air India flightsYou cannot be a VVIP in India worth anything if you can’t hold a flight hostage to your whims.
Jul 02, 2015
'Enough is enough': Fadnavis warns of criminal proceedings against 'misleading reports' in AI flight delay rowFadnavis on Thursday lashed out at reports of him delaying a flight and even said he will initiate "proceedings of criminal defamation".
Apr 14, 2015
AAI could lose Rs 900 cr this fiscal if charges are lowered at Delhi airportThe airport regulator AERA wants to reduce aeronautical charges (levies airlines pay for landing, parking etc) at Delhi airport by a steep 78%. If the Government allows AERA to do this, it is working against itself since it remains a stakeholder in the airport project. But If the Government allows the regulator to maintain aeronautical charges, there could be allegations of hurting airlines' bottomlines.
Feb 12, 2015
After SpiceJet discounts, DGCA may cap minimum and maximum airfaresArray
Feb 05, 2015
New civil aviation policy likely by mid-FebruaryAviation Ministry is hopeful of coming out with a new civil aviation policy next week with a focus to make the country an international hub for air transport.