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Now, IndiGo's Dividend Policy Will Be Keenly Watched: Kapil Kaul
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IndiGo's Dividend Policy To Be in Focus: Kapil Kaul

|Duration: 12 min, 33 sec Kapil Kaul, CEO for South Asia at Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation, said investors will be keenly watching IndiGo's dividend policy post-listing whether its dividend policy will be as aggressive as it has given to the ... NDTV, 1 month ago
IndiGo must continue its dividend policy to command respect Business Standard India, 1 month ago

Big reforms: Foreign charter operations can now set base in India

NEW DELHI: Easing foreign direct investment (FDI) norms in certain segments in the civil aviation sector, the government on Tuesday raised investment limits to 100 per cent from 74 per cent, thus allowing foreign general aviation charter operators ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Big Reforms: 100% FDI for aviation segments | Boost for def players  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Civil aviation sector: Easing FDI norms, govt raises investment limits to 100% from 74%

NEW DELHI: Easing Foreign Direct Investment norms in certain segments in the civil aviation sector, the government on Tuesday raised investment limits to 100% from 74%, thus allowing foreign general aviation charter operators and large ground ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Govt allows 100% FDI in ground handling, helicopter services  Smart Investor2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

New aviation policy to make air travel affordable; seeks to limit fares to Rs 2,500 for flights lasting an hour or less

NEW DELHI: The government on Friday outlined its proposed aviation policy that seeks to make millions more fly by limiting airfares to Rs 2,500 through subsidies and tax cuts for flights lasting an hour or less. A 2% cess proposed on tickets to part ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Open skies get a push in draft aviation policy  Smart Investor4 weeks ago

More flights to Ethiopia, Kenya to boost India-Africa air link

NEW DELHI: In a push to the Modi government's initiative to boost ties with Africa, the civil aviation ministry has agreed to increase air connectivity with Kenya and Ethiopia, while conceding Oman's long-pending demand for an increase in bilateral ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Infrastructure key to attract FDI in general aviation

The Government's decision to allow 100 per cent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) in general aviation and ground handling services is likely to benefit these segments as foreign air charter operators and ground handlers with deep pockets and expertise ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

FDI increase to fuel aviation's growth story

The article below represents a preview only and is not meant for reuse or republishing. New Delhi, Nov. 11 -- The government's decision to enhance FDI caps in non-scheduled air transport and ground handling (GH) services from 74% to 100% and ...
 HT Syndication2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Open-sky policy leaves out landing freedom

The civil aviation ministry's proposed open-sky policy for European and South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (Saarc) countries might be limited to discretionary negotiations on domestic airports. The government will continue bilateral ...
 Smart Investor3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Draft civil aviation policy elicits mixed response

New Delhi: The draft civil aviation policy received mixed response from the industry with most of the airlines describing it as "progressive" even as lack of clarity on the fate of 5/20 norm came under criticism from some quarters. Describing the ...
 ZeeNews.com4 weeks ago Draft civil aviation policy: AAI may claim 49% stake in second airports  Business Standard India3 weeks ago Draft civil aviation policy receives mixed response  DNA India4 weeks ago

Delhi govt hikes VAT rate on jet fuel

Email this Print Domestic airlines will have to shell out an extra for jet fuel at Delhi following a five% increase in the value added tax levied by the state government. With the revision in rates effective November 17 a kilolitre of jet fuel ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
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