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IndiGo rolls back pay cut in April salary of employees in deference to govt's wishes
Business

IndiGo rolls back pay cut in April salary of employees in deference to govt's wishes

IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta told employees on Thursday that the airline has decided to roll back the pay cuts, which were announced earlier for senior staff members, for the month of April in deference to the "government's wishes"

Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian aviation sector may incur $3.3-3.6 bn loss in June quarter, says CAPA
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Indian aviation sector may incur $3.3-3.6 bn loss in June quarter, says CAPA

The Indian aviation sector is projected to incur a staggering $3.3-3.6 billion loss in the first quarter of the next financial year if flight services remain grounded till June-end, according to a report

Drones to be deployed to destroy hidden marijuana plantations; Centre to offer alternative crop to cultivators
India

Drones to be deployed to destroy hidden marijuana plantations; Centre to offer alternative crop to cultivators

The Centre has decided to deploy drones to destroy marijuana plantations before the crop is harvested and finds its way into the hands of the drug cartels

Centre to release new drone policy; Jayant Sinha says aviation will be among the 'largest industries' in India
India

Centre to release new drone policy; Jayant Sinha says aviation will be among the 'largest industries' in India

The civil aviation ministry came out with draft rules for unmanned aircraft systems last year, and aviation minister Jayant Sinha said certain issues related to security and global standards were discussed in detail

India offers to buy 200 foreign fighter planes, if they are made in India
India

India offers to buy 200 foreign fighter planes, if they are made in India

In a bid to modernise the Indian Air Force, India has reached out to foreign aircraft manufactures with offers to buy 200 fighter planes as long as the jets are made in India and with a local partner

Boon and bane: Despite double digit growth of air travel in India, airlines are in distress
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Boon and bane: Despite double digit growth of air travel in India, airlines are in distress

A fast-growing economy and an expanding middle class have made India the world's fastest growing air travel market and yet, Indian airlines are in distress.

Tax on Indian air tickets can pay for HIV medicines: UN
World

Tax on Indian air tickets can pay for HIV medicines: UN

Millions of the world's poorest people could have easier access to life-saving drugs if India introduces an air ticket tax to help fund purchases of cheap medicines for HIV/AIDS, malaria and tuberculosis, a senior UN official said.

Can any airline fly profitably - and safely - in India?
Business

Can any airline fly profitably - and safely - in India?

The financial troubles of Kingfisher Airlines are well-known, even as most other airlines are struggling to make profits in the challenging environment of high fuel costs, high operating costs and below-cost ticket prices is also public knowledge. Now, even safety could be an issue.

Kingfisher loses market share slips to 3rd spot, trails IndiGo
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Kingfisher loses market share slips to 3rd spot, trails IndiGo

Struggling Kingfisher Airlines slipped in market share to the third position in October, from second in September, ceding ground to budget airline IndiGo, government data showed.