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Coronavirus Outbreak: Aviation ministry likely to come up with guidelines on refunds for cancelled flight tickets
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Aviation ministry likely to come up with guidelines on refunds for cancelled flight tickets

The Civil Aviation Ministry on Thursday said it is deliberating upon forming a set of guidelines on refunds for flight ticket cancellations due to coronavirus lockdown

Coronavirus Outbreak: Airlines decline refund to customers for cancelled tickets amid lockdown extension
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Coronavirus Outbreak: Airlines decline refund to customers for cancelled tickets amid lockdown extension

With the nationwide lockdown extended till 3 May, domestic airlines have again decided not to refund customers in cash for their cancelled flights and instead have offered them rescheduling of tickets for a later date without any additional fee

Delhi High Court seeks response of Centre, DGCA, IndiGo, GoAir on PIL seeking grounding of A320neo aircraft
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Delhi High Court seeks response of Centre, DGCA, IndiGo, GoAir on PIL seeking grounding of A320neo aircraft

The Delhi High Court on Wednesday sought responses of the Centre, aviation regulator DGCA, Indigo and GoAir on a plea seeking grounding of A320neo aircraft with faulty engines

PMO issues strict guidelines for weeding out corrupt bureaucrats; over 1,000 disciplinary records being scrutinised
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PMO issues strict guidelines for weeding out corrupt bureaucrats; over 1,000 disciplinary records being scrutinised

After reviewing ongoing action against corrupt bureaucrats, the Prime Minister Office (PMO) has decided that Central government departments must examine and submit a list of deadwood and dishonest officers every few months to increase trust and transparency in the system

State-owned oil companies say Air India not honouring Rs 100 cr per month payment promise
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State-owned oil companies say Air India not honouring Rs 100 cr per month payment promise

State-owned oil companies on Tuesday accused Air India of not honouring its commitment to pay Rs 100 crore every month to clear overdue ATF outstanding of over Rs 5,000 crore and will be forced to snap supplies at major airports from Friday if no solution is offered

Aviation scam: CBI files chargesheet against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar, associates
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Aviation scam: CBI files chargesheet against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar, associates

The CBI on Monday filed a charge sheet against corporate lobbyist Deepak Talwar in connection with an aviation scam which allegedly led to losses for Air India.

Udan scheme crucial for growth of NE region to provide affordable aviation: Hardeep Singh Puri
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Udan scheme crucial for growth of NE region to provide affordable aviation: Hardeep Singh Puri

The aviation ministry had launched the Udan (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme in October 2016 to stimulate regional air connectivity

Air India to reduce fare for flights to-and-fro Srinagar till 15 August, says company spokesperson after Civil Aviation Ministry advises to rein in surging airfare for pilgrims
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Air India to reduce fare for flights to-and-fro Srinagar till 15 August, says company spokesperson after Civil Aviation Ministry advises to rein in surging airfare for pilgrims

Air India spokesperson Dhananjay Kumar said, 'Air India has decided to cap the fare at Rs 9500 for all our flights to and from Srinagar till 15 August'. The Ministry of Civil Aviation on Saturday advised airlines to rein in the surging airfare, for pilgrims returning from the Amarnath Yatra.

Arun Kumar appointed as DGCA chief; Haryana cadre IAS officer also headed aviation regulation body as additional charge since May
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Arun Kumar appointed as DGCA chief; Haryana cadre IAS officer also headed aviation regulation body as additional charge since May

Arun Kumar, additional secretary in the Ministry of Civil Aviation, will now be holding the full-time charge of the head of aviation regulator DGCA, an official order said on Tuesday

Centre to go ahead with Air India disinvestment; Ministry of Civil Aviation says support from govt has led to improved performance
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Centre to go ahead with Air India disinvestment; Ministry of Civil Aviation says support from govt has led to improved performance

The government failed last year in its attempt to sell a 76 percent stake in loss-making Air India due to a lack of interest from bidders but said it would return with an alternative proposal soon

Investigative agencies unearth Vijay Mallya-Deepak Talwar close links, find messages exchanged between duo, associates
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Investigative agencies unearth Vijay Mallya-Deepak Talwar close links, find messages exchanged between duo, associates

In February this year, the ED had claimed before a Delhi court that corporate lobbyist Talwar had links with Vijay Mallya in a money laundering case.

Ethiopian plane crash: From advising carriers to keep Boeing 737 Max 8 flying before, DGCA grounds all in one stroke
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Ethiopian plane crash: From advising carriers to keep Boeing 737 Max 8 flying before, DGCA grounds all in one stroke

On Sunday, a 737 MAX 8 aircraft operated by Ethiopian Airlines crashed near Addis Ababa killing 157 people, including four Indians.

Oil price fluctuation, yield indiscipline, airport infra constraints pose major challenges: SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh
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Oil price fluctuation, yield indiscipline, airport infra constraints pose major challenges: SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh

Fluctuation in oil prices, yield indiscipline and airport infrastructure constraints remain three main challenges for the Indian aviation market, SpiceJet Chairman and MD Ajay Singh said

ED claims lobbyist Deepak Talwar has links with fugitive Vijay Mallya; Delhi court extends his custody till 12 February
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ED claims lobbyist Deepak Talwar has links with fugitive Vijay Mallya; Delhi court extends his custody till 12 February

ED had sought extension of custody for Deepak Talwar by seven days. The court had earlier allowed ED to quiz him in custody for seven days, after the probe agency alleged that he acted as middleman in negotiations to favour foreign private airlines causing the loss to national carrier Air India

India's Drone Policy 1.0 goes live today: Here's everything you need to know
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India's Drone Policy 1.0 goes live today: Here's everything you need to know

How to register, where to register, what all permissions you need, here's all you need to know before you fly your drone today.

Amid IndiGo's paid web check-in controversy, Indian Railways asks passengers to 'check-in' to 'good-old' trains
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Amid IndiGo's paid web check-in controversy, Indian Railways asks passengers to 'check-in' to 'good-old' trains

IndiGo, which has a domestic market share of nearly 43 percent, has been levying charges for web check-in from 14 November

Web check-ins: IndiGo should rise above pettiness, quibbling; bad times for aviation should not be reason for knee-jerk reaction
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Web check-ins: IndiGo should rise above pettiness, quibbling; bad times for aviation should not be reason for knee-jerk reaction

Why should a flier pay for web check-in when the truth is he is doing a favour to the airline by sparing its overburdened staff at the airport counters of this work?

After flyers protest, government set to review airlines’ decision of levying fee on all seats during web check-in
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After flyers protest, government set to review airlines’ decision of levying fee on all seats during web check-in

IndiGo has been levying charges for web check-in from 14 November. Earlier IndiGo passengers were able to choose certain seats, including aisle seats, free of cost while making the selection online