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Tata group seeks details of Air India sale: Report
Money Today

Tata group seeks details of Air India sale: Report

Days after budget carrier IndiGo expressed interest in buying out Air India's international operations, the Tata group, that initially owned the airline founded by its former Chairman JRD Tata, has informally sought details on the planned sale of Air India. Money Today, 10 hours ago
Do not intend to bid for Air India: Oman Air Business Standard, 1 week ago

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Post Air India sale, IAF may own PM's aircraft

The government is also planning to replace the current ageing Air India One or Boeing 747 with Boeing 777s. Arup Roychoudhury and Archis Mohan report. The Indian Air Force might own and operate the aircraft used by the president and the prime minister in long-distance travel after the privatisation of Air India, a top government official said on Wednesday. At present, an Air India Boeing 747 is used by the president and the PM for long-duration, transcontinental flights, while the ...
 Rediff.com11 hours ago

Domestic air traffic up 20% in June, IndiGo retains market leadership

Airlines had to pay Rs 37.31 lakh to compensate passenger for cancellations
 Business Standard1 day ago Domestic air traffic grows 20 per cent  Business Standard1 day ago Air passenger traffic expected to rise to 126 mn  Prokerala2 days ago May air traffic growth significant  The Financial Chronicle3 weeks ago

Air India privatisation: Why it will be a culture shock to babudom more than the employees

Privatisation is not about compliance but about aggression at all levels -- service levels have to go up from the laid-back attitude now and there has to be continuous innovation and enriching of customer experience The post Air India privatisation: Why it ...
 First Post.com1 day ago Air India sale: Employees stage protest against privatisation  Business Standard2 days ago
India Today

IndiGo, Air India, SpiceJet lift flying ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy

Wed, Jul 19 2017 05:39:19 PM Updated New Delhi, Jul 19 (PTI):IndiGo today lifted its flying ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy imposed last month for alleged aggressive and abusive behaviour against its staff. Air India and Spicejet too revoked the ban on the MP.
 Daiji World1 day ago IndiGo, Air India lift flying ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy  India Today1 day ago Airlines lift flying ban on TDP MP after compromise  DNA1 day ago IndiGo, Air India lift fly ban on TDP MP Diwakar Reddy  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Money Control

Air India parts may take time to digest, but IndiGo is one for the long haul

Interglobe Aviation, better known as IndiGo, the market leader in the domestic skies, is now aiming big with its announced intent of acquiring Air-India’s international operations.
 Money Control1 week ago On the anvil: IndiGo 2.0 with low-cost Air India  Rediff.com1 week ago Full text: IndiGo wants Air India to start low-cost international flights  Business Standard1 week ago IndiGo 2.0: Co-founders makes case for buying Air India's global operations  Business Standard1 week ago

December near-miss at Delhi airport due to ATC lapse: Sinha

A near-miss between an IndiGo aircraft and a SpiceJet plane at Delhi airport last year was due to a lapse on part of the Air Traffic Controller (ATC), Union minister Jayant Sinha said in Parliament today.
 DNA2 days ago Vistara starts check-in for flights at Airport Express Line  DNA1 week ago The Times of India shared a link.  Current News India2 weeks ago Mid-air collision between IndiGo flight, BSF aircraft averted, DGCA initiates probe  First Post.com2 weeks ago

French report on Netaji: Grand-nephew turns heat on Centre

[India], July 18 (ANI): After a Paris-based historian claimed that freedom fighter Subhas Chandra Bose did not die in the air crash of August 18, 1945, Netaji 's grand nephew Chandra K. Bose has asked the Centre as to what is preventing them from forming a ...
 Sify2 days ago

To counter OBOR, India plans to 'bridge' the gap with Asean

These ambitious projects are littered with every possible acronyms and include proposed road links, air connectivity plans, electricity grids and special economic zones on coasts, says Subhomoy Bhattacharjee. There are bridges on a 500-km road link from Moreh in India to Mandalay in Myanmar which cannot hold the weight of even a pickup truck. These structures are among the bridges that need to be rebuilt for inter-country coordination around the ambitious India-Myanmar-Thailand (IMT) ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago

Bindra calls for proper execution of policies

It has been eight years since India won their only individual Olympic gold so far. Abhinav Bindra triumphed in the 10M air rifle in the Beijing Games to create history. The ace shooter, who called it quits last year after the Rio Olympics, believes proper ...
 Deccan Herald4 days ago
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