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Dr. GVK Reddy receives Lifetime Achievement Award at India Avi...

Hyderabad : The Founder Chairman and Managing Director of GVK Dr. GVK Reddy was honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Dr. GVK Reddy Founder Chairman and Managing Director Award for his outstanding contribution to Aviation Sector in the ... APN News, 1 month ago
GVK Reddy bags Lifetime Achievement Award, 1 month ago
GVK Reddy receives 'Lifetime Achievement' award Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago

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Aviation Min may increase 20% seats on Dubai-India sector

The civil aviation ministry is preparing to revise India’s bilateral seat entitlements to Dubai and increase those by 20 per cent. The move, however, is likely to trigger a battle for a larger share of the lucrative India-West Asia to US and Europe market among leading West Asian carriers like Emirates, Qatar Airlines and Etihad-Jet alliance. Between 50 per cent and 75 per cent of Indian travellers to West Asia are transit passengers to the US, Europe and Africa. An inter-ministerial ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Dubai's air seat entitlements to India likely to be increased by 20%  Smart Investor1 month ago India set to enhance seat entitlements from Dubai  Smart Investor1 month ago US regulator downgrades India's aviation safety ranking  Rediff.com2 months ago

Air Costa gets ready for growth amid slowdown

The recent past has seen ferment in India's aviation landscape. Kingfisher Airlines shut down, dragged into oblivion by insurmountable losses. Other domestic airlines too reported record losses. Amid the gloom there was the good news about AirAsia ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

AIRASIA BERHAD : Flying nod to AirAsia soon

THE Directorate General Civil Aviation ( DGCA) has asked start- up carrier AirAsia to first bring its three planes to India in order to meet the route familiarisation and other regulatory norms for the fleet before it can be given the license to fly ...
 4 Traders1 month ago

Jet Airways set to gain from extension of ECB facility

Jet Airways is set to benefit from the Reserve Bank of India's (RBI) decision to allow airlines to raise working capital through the external commercial borrowings (ECBs) route till March 2015. The RBI, on Wednesday, extended this facility that ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago
Business Today India

Dreamliner part suppliers on FAA radar

The Boeing 787 Dreamliners , grounded for months last year after battery overheating problems, is soundly designed and safe to fly, a joint review by Boeing and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has stated. However, the review called for ...
 Business Today India4 weeks ago

City not business class for big airlines

Three international airlines have all but rejected Calcutta airport's invitation to operate from the city and another has aborted take-off after initially showing interest. Japan Airlines hasn't even responded to the last email from the airport ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago
NDTV Profit

The real story behind airlines slashing fares

'Super Sale', 'Super Sale Summer Offer', 'Second Chance Super Sale' and now 'Super Holi Sale'. SpiceJet has triggered a fare war in Indian skies by coming up with its fourth discount offer in just over two months. SL Narayanan, the chief financial ...
 NDTV Profit1 month ago SpiceJet: Fare cuts not done on 'indiscriminate basis'  NDTV Profit1 month ago

No end to India's Boeing bumps

The unending glitches that are plaguing the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, which national carrier Air India (AI) is counting on to turn around its fortunes, is giving it sleepless nights instead. An Air India Airlines Boeing 787 dreamliner takes part in ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago AI's Dreamliner nightmares: Cracked windshields, equipment failures, snags  Hindustan Times1 month ago

India raises weekly airline seat sharing with Dubai by 11000

Despite strong opposition from some domestic carriers, India has increased the bilateral airline seat entitlement with Dubai by another 11,000 seats per week. This takes the total number of weekly seats between the two countries to over 65,000. ...
 Hindustan Times1 month ago
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