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Sep 14, 2017
Shinzo Abe in Gujarat: India, Japan sign agreement allowing airlines to fly unlimited flights between both countriesLast year India signed an open sky agreement with Greece, Jamaica, Guyana, Czech Republic, Finland, Spain and Sri Lanka.
Apr 27, 2017
UDAN scheme: Narendra Modi shares dream 'to see people wearing Hawai Chappals' boarding planesPrime minister Narendra Modi on Thursday flagged off the first Rs 2,500-an-hour flight from Shimla as part of an UDAN scheme that makes air travel accessible to lower middle class families. It also plans to enhance connectivity with more airports in the country.
Apr 26, 2017
UDAN launch: India's low-cost flying scheme to take off after Narendra Modi sets the wheel rolling on ThursdayPrime Minister Narendra Modi will launch the "UDAN" scheme which is aimed at boosting regional connectivity starting with low-cost flights on three routes Shimla-Delhi, Kadapa–Hyderabad and the Nanded-Hyderabad sectors
Mar 03, 2017
AirAsia India plans to begin international operations from next yearThe company has constituted a special project team which has been mandated to get its operations ready for international flights either from summer 2018 or autumn next year
Sep 30, 2016
Poster boy of bad loans: Why Vijay Mallya is partly right in playing the victimVijay Mallya is partly correct as the government policy was a factor in the decline of Kingfisher Airlines. But it has to be remembered that other airlines too were operating in the same system.
Jul 28, 2016
Aviation Minister A Raju hopes new policy would make flying 'easy'The government on Thursday hoped that the new civil aviation policy will ensure better viability gap funding which will result in improved connectivity of smaller airports by airlines operators and benefit the passengers.
Jul 20, 2016
‘India may need 1,850 new planes worth $250 bn in 20 yrs on policy boost’In March, the company had projected that demand from India would add up to orders for 1,740 planes over 20 years
Jul 06, 2016
Narendra Modi’s real shocker is demotion of Jayant Sinha, not Smriti IraniSinha's shifting, however, is intriguing. There is a speculation, not entirely idle, that the Hazaribagh MP was made to pay for his father's outspokenness.
Jun 17, 2016
Aviation policy: Airlines sulk over 5/20 dilution, flyers will have to shell out moreThe 5/20 rule was brought in allegedly at the insistence of one powerful full service airline years ago, so that this airline got immunity from competition from desi competitors on lucrative international routes
Jun 16, 2016
Vistara, AirAsia India plan to roll out more aircrafts after aviation policy takeoffVistara and AirAsia India, which began operations in January 2015 and June 2014, respectively, will prioritise services to the Gulf and flights to Southeast Asia to connect with their investors Singapore Airlines and AirAsia