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Govt working on efforts to turn around AI; cost cutting, revenue augmentation measures to fetch Rs 2,000-cr benefits
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Govt working on efforts to turn around AI; cost cutting, revenue augmentation measures to fetch Rs 2,000-cr benefits

The ministry would monitor the implementation of the AI plan and then report to the AISAM.

Govt to allow 100% privatisation of six airports in terms of operation, development and management; will offer 50-year lease
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Govt to allow 100% privatisation of six airports in terms of operation, development and management; will offer 50-year lease

The government is mulling to offer a 50-year lease for these airports and has said that the turnover and net worth of the bidders will be the key criteria

With airlines' mounting losses, FIA seeks concessions from civil aviation ministry
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With airlines' mounting losses, FIA seeks concessions from civil aviation ministry

Airlines are battling tough business conditions amid rising fuel prices, rupee depreciation and intense competition.

Air India reverts senior pilot Arvind Kathpalia who failed alcohol test to executive director's post
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Air India reverts senior pilot Arvind Kathpalia who failed alcohol test to executive director's post

Kathpalia, a senior pilot, who has been working with Air India since the late 1980s, was elevated to the post of director in March 2017 from the position of ED

Tata Sons to go slow on deal to acquire debt-laden Jet Airways, may seek non-compete agreement with Naresh Goyal
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Tata Sons to go slow on deal to acquire debt-laden Jet Airways, may seek non-compete agreement with Naresh Goyal

Tata Sons board may want a full-blown due diligence report by a reputed firm before taking a call to acquire debt-laden Jet Airways

Pawan Hans staffers forum alleges irregularities in disinvestment process; urge Civil Aviation Ministry to 're-fix' bidding norms
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Pawan Hans staffers forum alleges irregularities in disinvestment process; urge Civil Aviation Ministry to 're-fix' bidding norms

On 13 April, the government issued the information memorandum for the 51 percent stake sale in the profit-making Pawan Hans Ltd and had sought EoI from interested bidders by 18 June.

Air India revival package may be ready in a month; 'need-based' support to debt-laden carrier: Civil aviation ministry official
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Air India revival package may be ready in a month; 'need-based' support to debt-laden carrier: Civil aviation ministry official

The Centre is likely to finalise a revival package for the ailing Air India in a month, a top official of the Civil Aviation Ministry said Tuesday assuring "need-based" support to the debt-laden carrier.

Air India bailout: Discussions on revival package for beleaguered airline at 'advanced stage', says Jayant Sinha
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Air India bailout: Discussions on revival package for beleaguered airline at 'advanced stage', says Jayant Sinha

Last week, the finance ministry reportedly rejected aviation ministry's proposal to waive Air India's working capital debt of Rs 30,000 crore in one go.

DGCA licensing air traffic controllers not to have 'much impact' on AAI's operational structure
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DGCA licensing air traffic controllers not to have 'much impact' on AAI's operational structure

Currently, the AAI licenses air traffic controllers as well as provides air traffic control services.

Drunk man urinates on woman passenger's seat in Air India flight enroute New York; Jayant Sinha seeks report
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Drunk man urinates on woman passenger's seat in Air India flight enroute New York; Jayant Sinha seeks report

An intoxicated man allegedly urinated on the seat of a woman passenger onboard an Air India international flight, prompting the Civil Aviation Ministry to seek a report from the national carrier.

Jet Airways crisis: Private airlines need to deal with issues facing them on their own, says Suresh Prabhu
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Jet Airways crisis: Private airlines need to deal with issues facing them on their own, says Suresh Prabhu

Jet Airways, which has been flying for over 25 years, is facing financial woes and its share price has taken a beating in recent weeks.

Centre approves proposal for setting up water aerodromes; sites in Odisha, Gujarat identified for development of facilities
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Centre approves proposal for setting up water aerodromes; sites in Odisha, Gujarat identified for development of facilities

The civil aviation ministry has approved a proposal for setting up of water aerodromes in the country, with Chilika Lake in Odisha, Sardar Sarovar Dam and Sabarmati River Front in Gujarat.

Civil aviation ministry, finance ministry mull Rs 11,000 crore bailout package for ailing Air India
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Civil aviation ministry, finance ministry mull Rs 11,000 crore bailout package for ailing Air India

In the current financial year, Air India has received an equity infusion of Rs 650 crore up to June

Cash-strapped Air India delays salaries again; employees haven't been paid for July
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Cash-strapped Air India delays salaries again; employees haven't been paid for July

Air India spokesperson said salaries for the month of July are likely to be disbursed in a couple of days

Government seeks Parliament's approval for $143 million capital injection in Air India during current fiscal year
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Government seeks Parliament's approval for $143 million capital injection in Air India during current fiscal year

The government last month shelved a plan to sell a majority stake in Air India due to lack of interest from bidders

Civil Aviation Ministry working on another version of regional air connectivity scheme UDAN, says Jayant Sinha
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Civil Aviation Ministry working on another version of regional air connectivity scheme UDAN, says Jayant Sinha

The existing scheme, known as Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik (UDAN), seeks to connect unserved and under-served airports in different parts of the country

Civilian drones likely to fly from October; Civil Aviation Ministry to implement regulatory framework for UAVs
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Civilian drones likely to fly from October; Civil Aviation Ministry to implement regulatory framework for UAVs

Drones for civilian purposes are likely to start flying in India from October onwards, a senior official said, as the Civil Aviation Ministry expects to soon put in place the regulatory framework for unmanned aerial vehicles.

Air India's balance sheet is splashed with red ink; if the govt won't sell the ailing carrier, it has to bear the cross
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Air India's balance sheet is splashed with red ink; if the govt won't sell the ailing carrier, it has to bear the cross

Air India has logged losses for over a decade, has a debt of over Rs 50,000 crore and faces stiff competition from private airlines. What should the government's focus be?

Air India flop show: Govt puts off sale plan, will pump money instead; national carrier might target IPO
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Air India flop show: Govt puts off sale plan, will pump money instead; national carrier might target IPO

Air India will very soon get funds from the government for its day to day operations and will even place orders for a couple of aircraft, a govt official said