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NAG wants pilots' say in formulating rules concerning them

Jet Airways' domestic pilots union, National Aviator's Guild (NAG), has urged the Civil Aviation ministry to involve all stakeholders while formulating rules and regulations concerning the pilots. In a meeting of its Delhi-based members held in the national ... Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Will it still be called Air India?

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha emphasised that the brand name has both sentimental and economical value. Should the national carrier retain its brand name once it is privatised? A group of ministers to be set up to look into Air India's future will decide on it. "We may have a view on brand name but that is a decision to be made by the Alternative Mechanism (AM). Are we going to insist on the brand name being retained? Will we give them (private players) the freedom? (on the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Civil Aviation Ministry launches DigiYatra for air passengers  Business Standard2 months ago Don't want Air India to become history: Gajapathi Raju  Sify2 months ago

Civil Aviation Ministry reiterates concerns with Revenue Secretary: Sources

Indian airlines still await clarity on the impact of new tax regime - goods and services tax (GST) - that was rolled out from July 1. Sources tell CNBC-TV18 that the Civil Aviation Ministry has once again taken up issues raised by the airlines ranging from ...
 Money Control1 month ago

Govt says all options open for Air India revival

All possible alternatives are being considered to make Air India viable, the Civil Aviation Ministry said today, even as it asserted that the clock cannot be put back on the Indian Airlines merger. Days after Finance Minister Arun Jaitley pitched for Air ...
 Business Standard2 months ago India keeps options open as Gulf crisis deepens  DNA2 months ago All options open for AI revival: Raju  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

MHA puts spoke on plans to offer internet to air travellers

The Home Ministry has put a spoke in Civil Aviation Ministry's wheels to offer internet service to passengers on board Indian commercial planes, saying the proposal could be implemented only after adoption of strict safeguard measures.
 DNA2 months ago

GST issues for aviation sector mostly resolved: Jayant Sinha

Mumbai: Jayant Sinha, the Minister of State for Civil Aviation, feels issues with GST for most stakeholders have been resolved and the sector as such is set for a smooth transition to the new nationwide tax system on July 1. The rollout, according to him, ...
 Sify2 months ago Jayant Sinha: Trying to change face of India's aviation sector  DNA2 months ago

FIA asks govt not to allow additional flights by UAE carriers

Airlines' grouping FIA has asked the civil aviation ministry not to allow the UAE carriers to operate additional flights to India, saying such a move would vitiate the level playing field. Jet Airways, IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir are part of the Federation of ...
 Business Standard4 weeks ago

Upgraded Jammu Airport inaugurated

[India], Aug.19 (ANI): The upgraded passenger terminal building of Jammu Airport, Jammu, was inaugurated by Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti recently. P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju, Union Minister for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha, Union Minister of State for Civil ...
 Sify18 hours ago

No change in Chinese investment proposals: Home Ministry

New Delhi : Despite the ongoing Doklam crisis, the most serious military face-off between Indian and China in three decades, the Indian government has no plans to single out the investment proposals of Chinese firms, a Home Ministry official said on Thursday.
 Sify1 day ago

HC sets aside DGCA circular on excess baggage fees

Fliers with excess baggage may have to pay more with the Delhi High Court on Wednesday setting aside civil aviation regulators circular fixing Rs 100 per kg for check-in baggage between 15 to 20 kg. Till 15 kg, the flier need not pay any money for checked-in ...
 Deccan Herald3 days ago
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