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Aviation Ministry bats for tax sops in budget for MRO biz

The Civil Aviation Ministry has sought tax sops and easing of customs norms for the Indian MRO industry, saying that this would not only make domestic units economically viable but also give a fillip to Prime Minister Narendra Modi's 'Make in India' ... Business Standard, 1 month ago

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New Credit Sharing System Seeks to Air Link Remote Spots

BENGALURU:The Ministry of Civil Aviation is experimenting with the idea of getting non scheduled operators (NSOP) to fly to remote regions and later selling flying credit points and miles to scheduled carriers . The NSOP will redeem the Revenue ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Airport Operations Control Centre opened  Assam Tribune1 month ago State aviation ministers to meet today  Asian Age2 months ago Government holds discussions with stakeholders in aviation industry  Jagran Post2 months ago
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Dr Mahesh Sharma lays foundation stone of campus buildings of National Museum Institute and Indian Culinary Institute Institutes will help generate employment, promote Indian culture and culinary

Charge) and Civil Aviation, Dr Mahesh Sharma today laid the foundation stones of campus buildings of National Museum Institute of History of Art, Conservation and Museology (NMI) and Indian Culinary Institute (ICI) in Noida today. While NMI belongs ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Airlines' issues will be addressed in time─bound manner: Civil Aviation MoS  TravelBizMonitor.com1 month ago 'Tourism & airlines industries is crucial for promoting tourism in country'  MyIris1 month ago Foreign tourist arrivals have dropped: Parulekar  Goa Herald1 month ago
Business Standard India

India Expects FAA to Raise Country's Safety Raking by May

By Santanu Choudhury BANGALORE, IndiaIndia's Civil Aviation Ministry expects the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration to raise India's aviation-safety rating by May, a ministry official said on Tuesday. In January last year, the FAA downgraded ...
 iMarketReports2 weeks ago India Expects FAA To Upgrade Its Air Safety Rating  Aviation International News1 week ago India's FAA safety upgrade pushed to April as DGCA struggles to fill FOI posts  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Centre hopes for sector upgrade after US FAA March visit  Financial Express3 weeks ago

Airport Authority of India is hiring for 450 posts

Airport Authority of India, under the Ministry of Civil Aviation, has invited applications for recruitment to various posts. Interested and eligible candidates can apply by February 10. Post details: Total posts: 450 posts Post names: Junior ...
 India Today1 month ago
IBN Live

State Bank of India has no plans to lend to SpiceJet

The Civil Aviation Ministry had said it may request Indian banks/financial institutions to extend loans of up to Rs 600 crore to the airline. MUMBAI: State Bank of India is not looking at extending any loan to the cash-strapped airline SpiceJet, Chairperson ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Breather for Spicejet, government may ask banks to lend upto Rs 600 crore to the airlines  IBN Live2 months ago Centre comes to rescue of Spicejet, may ask banks to give loans  Jagran Post2 months ago Government comes to rescue of Spicejet, may ask banks to give loans  IndiaTV News2 months ago

Co-founder of SpiceJet seeks time to finalise rescue

Officials in India's civil aviation ministry are now expected to meet SpiceJet stakeholders within a couple of days to discuss the revival plan The entrepreneur behind a high-profile effort to rescue Indian carrier SpiceJet has asked for more time to finalise funding plans, a government official with direct knowledge of the matter said on Monday. Ajay Singh, who helped set up the low-cost airline in 2005, had been expected to submit a plan on Monday. The official said Singh had instead sought ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Government mulling easing rules to help India airlines grow

Saying certain regulations that restrict growth in India’s aviation sector need a relook, civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, in another significant comment on Thursday, said: “SpiceJet seems to be giving us heart attacks as far as airlines are ...
 Asian Age2 months ago
Millennium Post

Centre to reply on PIL for ban of airlines not accepting Indian currency

A bench of Chief Justice G Rohini and Rajiv Sahai Endlaw also issued notices to the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Ministry of Finance seeking their responses before May 20. NEW DELHI: The Delhi High Court today sought a response from government on a plea for ...
 Economic Times6 days ago PIL seeks ban on airlines that reject Rs for onboard duty-free sales  Millennium Post6 days ago

India Promises Long-delayed Bizav Regulatory Reform

Within the next month, India's Ministry of Civil Aviation intends to publish a long-awaited revised policy to specifically take account of business aviation. The ministry's joint secretary G. Asok Kumar announced the initiative at the BizAvIndia ...
 Aviation International News1 week ago
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