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SBI Chief Arundhati Bhattacharya contradicts all plans to lend SpiceJet

Too many reds have left the skies in the red

The civil aviation industry is a crucial sector for the Indian economy. With an annual growth rate of 18 per cent to 22 per cent, the civil aviation business cannot be left to die or remain sick for too long The colour red seems inauspicious for ... New Delhi Pioneer, 15 hours ago

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Breather for Spicejet, government may ask banks to lend upto Rs 600 crore to the airlines

Coming to the rescue of the crisis-ridden budget airline SpiceJet, the Civil Aviation Ministry said it may request Indian banks/financial institutions to extend loans of upto Rs 600 crore to the airline as part of measures to keep the carrier functional.
 IBN Live4 days ago Centre may ask banks to give loans to SpiceJet  Navhind Times4 days ago Government comes to SpiceJet's rescue, may ask banks to give loans  India Today4 days ago Govt comes to rescue of Spicejet, may ask banks to give loans  Business Standard India4 days ago
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Airfare rise: HC asks govt to submit copies of licences granted to private airlines

Airlines are indulging in unfair means in a big way and neither the Ministry of Civil Aviation nor the DGCA is monitoring it The Lucknow bench of Allahabad High Court has asked the Indian government to submit copies of licence granted to private ...
 Money Life2 days ago After SpiceJet, government mulls relief package for airlines  Financial Express2 days ago After SpiceJet crisis, govt considers special package for airlines  Livemint.com3 days ago Govt considering special package for airline industry: report  Domain-B2 days ago

Cash-strapped Indian airline SpiceJet grounded

No SpiceJet flights had taken off Wednesday, Press Trust of India reported. India's civil aviation ministry Tuesday asked state-owned oil companies and airport operators to extend credit to SpiceJet for 15 days to prevent the airline from shutting ...
 Investor's Business Daily4 days ago Spicejet flights grounded  TTRweekly.com3 days ago Ailing SpiceJet Flying Again as India Flip-Flop Dims Outlook  Washington Post3 days ago SpiceJet cancels flight to Kathmandu  Himalayan Times3 days ago

Airports Authority of India colour codes to cheer up Hyderabad realtors

Hyderabad : The civil aviation Ministry will amend the existing building constructions norms of structures near the Begumpet airport with regard to time period taken to issue Non Obje-ction Certificates (NOC) for height clearance, bringing a lot of ...
 Deccan Chronicle4 days ago Rajiv Gandhi Hyderabad airport to have an NT Rama Rao terminal  Livemint.com1 month ago
Millennium Post

Govt lets Mahindras sell their Aus-made planes in India

Indian conglomerate Mahindra Group will now be able to sell its Australia-made airplanes in India, with the Civil Aviation Ministry approving its long-pending proposal after amending relevant rules. The aviation ministry has on Tuesday cleared a ...
 Millennium Post1 month ago Mahindra Group shall bring-in Australia made airplanes in India  CarTrade.com4 weeks ago Mahindra gets nod to sell its Australian airplanes in India  Business Standard India1 month ago M&M gets nod to sell Australia-made planes  Asian Age1 month 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 weeks ago

New rules may let domestic carriers fly abroad sans curbs

NEW DELHI:The civil aviation ministry is looking to scrap restrictions on Indian carriers that want to start overseas services, a move that will benefit new entrants such as Tata-SIA joint venture Vistara but may displease existing airlines IndiGo, ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Rules for carriers to fly abroad may be dropped  Asian Age1 month ago

Indian civil aviation authority confirms it is investigating Air India deal with Boeing

NEW DELHI, India - The civil aviation ministry has confirmed that Air India's controversial US $11-billion deal to buy 68 Boeing aircraft in 2006 is being investigated by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI). The aviation ministry revealed ...
 New Delhi News.Net1 month ago
Financial Express

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

Civil Aviation Ministry had yesterday said it will request the oil companies and airport operators to extend a 15-day credit facility to SpiceJet. (Reuters) After all its flights remained grounded for most part of the day today, cash-strapped ...
 Financial Express4 days ago Grounded Indian budget carrier SpiceJet resumes flights  Times of Oman3 days ago Oil firms supply fuel to SpiceJet on cash payment  Gulf News4 days ago India's SpiceJet grounds fleet after running out of fuel  Yahoo! Maktoob News4 days ago
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