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Jun 29, 2017
Air India sale: Not just Tatas, foreign airlines should also be allowed to bid for the ailing aviation coApart from Air India’s former owners, the Tatas, some Gulf airlines only seem to be interested in acquiring a stake
Jun 16, 2017
From Ravindra Gaikwad to Diwakar Reddy: Why a no-fly list should have been ready by nowIt seems despite the violence Reddy unleashed at the airport, IndiGo did allow him to fly and the ban by this and other airlines was imposed later
Jun 02, 2017
Air India selloff: Government should exit completely, national carrier tag redundant nowNot only will this intent of complete exit provide assurance about government’s sincerity regarding the selloff, it would also signal complete freedom for the new owner to take critical decisions
Dec 28, 2016
IndiGo, SpiceJet aircraft came face to face at Delhi Airport: Human error, says AAIIndia is one of the fastest growing aviation markets across the globe and any increase in safety related incidents is obviously a cause for worry.
Dec 23, 2016
Civil Aviation Minister Raju: Biometric systems for passengers at airports are a good ideaGiving strong indications, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said that having biometric systems for passengers at airports appear to be a good idea.
Dec 02, 2016
Why do most Indian airports report losses? Not a single flight lands in them, that's whyAccording to Civil Aviation Minister A Gajapathi Raju, airlines not mounting flights to many existing airports are the biggest reason for patchy air connectivity in India.
Nov 18, 2016
Exorbitant air fares: No limit for metro routes as regional fares cappedThe Makemytrip research found that domestic air fares in India were among the cheapest among core markets across the world when booked last minute
Aug 27, 2016
Mumbai-Newark AI flight emergency landing: Why captain, crew did a commendable jobAn Air India official said the captain and crew would be felicitated when they return to India
Dec 09, 2015
Govt has pumped in Rs 22,280 cr of taxpayer money into Air India, but where is the plan to disinvest?Of the Rs 30,000 crore planned to be spend on Air India's turnaround plan over a 10-year period, over 70% of the promised support been given in first three-and-a-half years itself