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Can India regain Category I aviation safety rating from FAA?

Minister of state for civil aviation answers MP Rajeev Chandrasekhar but evades the question on fixing of responsibility for the downgrade The Indian Government is working towards regaining the country's top aviation safety rating from the Federal ... Money Life, 1 month ago

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Kathmandu Post

Unfair Air Fare

Sir, The Kind attention of Civil Aviation Minister is drawn to kindly check the UNFAIR AIR FARES of all flights operating in the sector: Kolkata, Agartala, Aizawl, Guwahati, Imphal, Jorhat, Dimapur in public interest. Because of geographycal ...
 Sangai Express2 days ago Nepal moves to establish shorter air routes to India  Kathmandu Post4 days ago Civil Aviation Minister sets strict rules for Air India  India Today2 weeks ago Tourism Minister from Seychelles is joined by H.C. Waven William, Civil Aviation CEO & Air Seychelles General Manager for Corporate Services to present a personal letter to Indian Minister of Civil Aviation  Travel News3 weeks ago
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Is the aviation party getting too crowded?

The ministry of civil aviation (MoCA) recently granted no-objection certificates (NOCs) to six new airlines: three national and three regional. The country already has seven airlines: IndiGo, Jet Airways, Air India, SpiceJet, GoAir, Air Costa and ...
 Financial Express1 week ago India's new airline entrepreneurs  Livemint.com1 month ago
Sakaal Times

Malaysian Airlines incident: No Indians aboard

The Ministry of Civil Aviation has confirmed that no Indian national was aboard the Malaysian Airlines flight MH17 which was shot down in Ukraine on Thursday evening. Following the incident, Air India and Jet Airways flights were diverted from the ...
 Sakaal Times1 month ago No Indian on board ill-fated Malaysian plane MH 17: Aviation Minister  Oneindia1 month ago No Indian on Malaysian Airlines Flight That Crashed: Aviation Ministry  NDTV1 month ago No Indian on Malaysian Jet Flight That Crashed  NDTV1 month ago
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Ministry keen to rush Civil Aviation Authority Bill

In a move that could bolster India's efforts to regain higher safety ranking from US regulator Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the civil aviation ministry is trying to rush the amended Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) Bill. The Bill aims at ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago Govt fast-tracking process to replace DGCA with an autonomous Civil Aviation Authority  Smart Investor1 month ago
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Budget earmarks Rs 6,500cr equity infusion for Air India

The government today allocated Rs 9,474 crore to the Civil Aviation Ministry, out of which an equity infusion of Rs 6,500 crore was earmarked for Air India. Overall, the government has allocated Rs 9,474 crore for the ministry including investments in public ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Budget earmarks Rs 6,500 crore equity infusion for Air India  Asian Age1 month ago Air India to get budgetary support of Rs 6,500 crore  Rediff.com1 month ago

Govt may review global airline bilateral agreement method

The civil aviation ministry is to study the procedures surrounding bilateral air service agreements, to safeguard India's interests while inking these pacts. The ministry might also make it more stringent for foreign airlines to pick up strategic ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

UPDATE 1-India's aviation minister says has asked states to cut jet fuel tax

(Adds details) By Tommy Wilkes NEW DELHI, June 24 (Reuters) - India's civil aviationminister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said on Tuesday he had askedstates to cut jet fuel tax, which the country's strugglingairlines say makes it difficult for them to stay ...
 Sify2 months ago India's aviation minister says has asked states to cut jet fuel tax  Sify2 months ago

Wake Up Call For India Airports

There seems to have been a sudden realization in India's Civil Aviation Ministry circles that cargo has been ignored for far too long. Though the fact might not be accepted by officials in the ministry, proposals for the ...
 Air Cargo News Flying Typers4 weeks ago

Ashok Air-Borne and Aiming to Fly High

HYDERABAD: Long-term Goals l Civil aviation is not a welfare-based ministry to show overnight results. It is based on economics with long-term goals. Studying, understanding, preparedness, discussion and involving the stakeholders are the key ...
 New Indian Express13 hours ago
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