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KPMG caught in old vs new airlines crossfire

NEW DELHI: The fight between 'old' Indian carriers and start-ups — Tata Group JVs Vistara and AirAsia India Pvt Ltd (AAIPL) — over relaxing rules for desi airlines to fly abroad has intensified. The aviation ministry has engaged consulting ... Times of India, 2 days ago
KPMG caught in old vs new airlines’ crossfire Economic Times, 2 days ago

Opening Bell | Jet Airways, Federal Bank and LIC Housing in focus

A file photo of the BSE building in Mumbai. Photo: Mint Where are Indian markets headed? The Indian markets will take cues from the monsoon session of Parliament which begins on Tuesday, especially as key reforms such as land acquisition and ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago
Financial Express

Turkish Airlines flight diverted to Delhi after "bomb threat"

NEW DELHI, July 7 (Reuters) - A Turkish Airlines flight landed in the Indian capital, New Delhi, on Tuesday after a supposed bomb threat, an Indian security official said. "There was a bomb threat to the Turkish Airlines flight and therefore ...
 Yahoo! Finance3 weeks ago Bangkok-Istanbul flight emergency lands after bomb threat  Libya Today3 weeks ago Turkish Airlines emergency landing: Bomb threat forces flight to land at Delhi's IGI airport  Financial Express3 weeks ago TURK HAVA YOLLARI AO : Turkish Airlines flight diverted to Delhi after bomb threat  4 Traders3 weeks ago
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Air India to hold elections in August to slash number of recognised unions

Air India has drawn up a blue-print to rationalise the number of recognised unions in the airline from 15 to two — one union for pilots and the other for all other employees. (Reuters) The Bombay High Court has turned down a petition by the Air ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Air India asks govt to reconsider easing 5/20 rule  Economic Times1 month ago Air India asks government to reconsider easing of 5/20 rule for new airlines  DNA India1 month ago
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India's aviation industry not mature: DGCA

Noting that there were problems in the sector and not just for the airlines, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) chief M Sathiyavathy said the regulator would also play the role of facilitator. Dubbing the country's civil ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago DGCA may make psychometric tests for pilots mandatory  Financial Express1 month ago
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Ethiopian Airlines looks to extend network to South India

Mumbai Tadesse Tilahun and Mesfin Gebremariam Shawo Ethiopian Airlines, the national carrier of Ethiopia, is looking at expanding its network in India by introducing one to two entry points in South India preferably in Chennai, Ahmedabad or ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago Ethiopian Airlines launches tour package division 'Ethiopian Holidays'  TravelBizMonitor.com1 month ago
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United Bank of India says lost hope to recover money from Kingfisher

The airline owes Rs. 6,500 crore now (after around Rs. 1,000 crore recovery) to a 17-lender consortium led by State Bank of India, which has an exposure of Rs. 1,600 crore to the grounded airline. Photo: Bloomberg Mumbai: State-owned United Bank ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago Lost hope of recovering Kingfisher dues: United Bank of India  Times of India2 months ago UBI gives up on Kingfisher  Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago United Bank says lost hope to recover money from Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines  DNA2 months ago
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CCI imposes fine of Rs 56,134 on Kerela Film Exhibitors Federation

China blocks India's move for UN action against Lakhvi's release Meghalaya government bans sale of Maggi UP to develop 13 smart cities China blocks India's move for UN action against Lakhvi's release MP Govt to provide Rs 5,500 cr power subsidy to ...
 United News of India1 month ago
Financial Express

Poor infrastucture, high taxes determine foreign airlines from investing: IATA

Tyler is likely to visit India soon when he may raise these issues with the Indian government. (PTI) Poor aviation infrastructure and difficulty in doing business like high taxes and regulations have deterred foreign airlines from investing in ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Poor Infrastructure, High Taxes Deter Foreign Airlines From Investing: IATA  Outlook India1 month ago `Poor infra deter foreign airlines from investing`  ZeeNews.com1 month ago Poor infra, high taxes deter foreign airlines from investing: IATA  ZeeNews.com1 month ago
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Airline norms to fly abroad needs recast: Minister

New Delhi, July 23 Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Thursday said the existing norms for Indian carriers to fly abroad needed to be recast, as it was not only dated but also restricting the potential of Indian airline industry. ...
 ProKerala.com6 days ago
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