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Civil Aviation Authority rejects advice to reform board

Minister exempts foreign officials' aircrafts from navigation ...

The Minister of Civil Aviation Hossam Kamal issued a decision exempting the aircrafts of kings, presidents, official foreign delegations to Egypt, the United Nations, and aircrafts which take part in search and rescue operations or other ... Egypt Independent, 19 hours ago

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Goernment has no plans to privatise airports, says civil aviation minister

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma told the Rajya Sabha in a written reply that the government has initiated a process to develop four airports through PPP The post Goernment has no plans to privatise airports, says civil aviation minister ...
 First Post.com21 hours ago Ratmalana Airport to be used for more civilian transportation  Sri Lanka Daily News10 hours ago Tour Program for International Transit Passengers at Narita Airport Narita-transit Tour Starts on March 1, 2015!  Travel and Tour World23 hours ago Air India to shut offices in Cairo, Tehran  Moneycontrol.com20 hours ago

DGCA Sets up Unit to monitor Airfare

Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) has set up a Tariff Monitoring Unit to monitor airfares on certain routes selected on random basis to ensure that the airlines do not charge airfares outside the range declared by them. An analysis has shown that the ...
 PIB21 hours ago DGCA begins random checks on airfares, is regulation the next step?  Firstpost.com20 hours ago

Indiscipline ails aviation, says Ashok Gajapathi Raju

More than 3,400 flights of different airlines, including Air India, were cancelled in December last year alone. Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju attributed this to “indiscipline” among their staff and crew shortage, adding that the government ...
 Asian Age12 hours ago PTI - RS-FLIGHTS - '3,400 flights cancelled due to indiscipline, staff shortage'  Namibia Press Agency22 hours ago 3,400 flights cancelled due to indiscipline, staff shortage, says government  Economic Times21 hours ago '3,400 flights cancelled due to indiscipline"  Press Trust of India21 hours ago

Air India delays: Raju says sorry

Indiscipline and crew shortage creating problems for Air India's schedules, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju admitted in the Rajya Sabha on Tuesday as he apologised for the huge number of delays and cancellations. Replying to question on flights ...
 Deccan Herald13 hours ago Why air fares in India are bizarrely low or way too high  Rediff.com2 months ago

RDGs are under active consideration: Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju

NEW DELHI: Government is actively considering revising the 5/20 rule to allow Indian carriers to fly abroad and the Route Dispersal Guidelines (RDGs), which make it mandatory for them to operate to remote parts of the country like the Northeast and ...
 Economic Times22 hours ago
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CASA grants Indonesia AirAsia Extra air operator's certificate

Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has cleared Indonesia Air Asia Extra to begin flights Down Under. CASA says it has granted the Indonesia-based long-haul arm of the AirAsia X group of airlines an air operator's certificate. ...
 Australian Aviation Magazine5 hours ago AirAsia tragedy capped a deadly year for civil aviation  Forbes India1 month ago Debris 'From AirAsia Plane': Indonesian Civil Aviation  NDTV2 months ago AirAsia plane missing: Indonesia civil aviation authority joins search and rescue operations  Rediff.com2 months ago
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Airports modernisation plan hits Airports Authority of India employee opposition

Civil aviation ministry and Airports Authority of India employees' union spar over what to term the pact between AAI and private firms for operation, management and development of airports
 DNA1 day ago DMIC to benefit entire state: Rajasthan government  Economic Times5 days ago Airport privatisation: AAI employees to strike on Mar 11  Money Control2 weeks ago Govt considering privatisation of 4 airports: Aviation Min  Money Control1 month ago

Civil Aviation Ministry Staffer Questioned Espionage Case

A.R. Rahman Ventures into Script-Writing, Film Production Two-time Academy Award-winning music composer A R Rahman is now donning a different... Censor Board Puts On Hold its 'Banned Expressions' List The censor board is understood to have put on hold its ...
 Outlook4 days ago Civil Aviation Ministry staffer quizzed in corporate espionage  Business Standard4 days ago

Have you taken DGCA's approval to operate Deonar abattoir, Bombay High Court aks BMC

Does the abattoir at Deonar have the necessary permission to operate from the Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the Bombay high court asked the the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation on Friday.
 DNA4 days ago
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