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Civil Aviation Ministry re-examining clauses for airport privatisation
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Ministry of Civil Aviation, New Delhi recruitment 2014 notific...

The Ministry of Civil Aviation, New Delhi is responsible for formulation of national policies and programmes for the development and regulation of the civil aviation sector in the country. It has invited applications from eligible and interested ... India Today, 15 hours ago
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Will regional connectivity be mandatory for new airlines?

Civil Aviation Ministry plans to make regional connectivity obligatory for new airlines, so that these do not become, non-performing-assets! Vistara, Tata-SIA joint venture, was originally scheduled to start its operations during the festive ...
 Money Life11 hours ago Aviation Ministry to finalise rules for regional routes soon  Hindu Business Line6 days ago Indian Airlines Oppose Regional Connectivity Plan  Aviation International News2 weeks ago Indian airlines oppose gov't proposal on air connectivity  MENAFN1 week ago
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City Worthy of a Better Airport: Minister

CHENNAI: Ashok Gajapati Raju, Minister of Civil Aviation, admitted with candour that a city like ours, deserves a much better airport. Chennai is a prime city and it has not got what it deserves as an airport. I can understand that problems like ...
 New Indian Express21 hours ago Chennai deserves better airport: Aviation minister  Times of India1 day ago
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To kill a dying airline

Instead of being saved, Air India was bled more It is not our case, at least not yet, that former Union Minister for Civil Aviation Praful Patel had committed an act of criminality in nudging the board of Air India to purchase 68 aircraft instead ...
 New Delhi Pioneer2 weeks ago Jet, Set And Skid  Businessworld India1 week ago India won't accept any Chinese intrusion along border: Rijiju  Jagran Post1 day ago Indian passenger carriers to shun Ukrainian airspace  Prokerala2 months ago
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On the move: Civil Aviation Ministry to strategise on improving city airport

Comment · print · T T T+· T- No excuse for not maintaining elementary hygiene, says civil aviation minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju after inspection of premises The Union civil aviation ministry will soon formulate a new strategy to ...
 The Hindu1 day ago
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Ajit Singh Finally Vacates Goverment Bungalow, Yet to Pay Fine

File photo of former Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh. New Delhi : After 118 days of unauthorised stay and a bitter stand-off with the government, former union Minister Ajit Singh today finally vacated the 12 Tughlaq Road bungalow in New Delhi. ...
 NDTV4 days ago Why No memorial for Charan Singh-Naidu hits back at Ajit, Congress  Samaylive1 week ago Why Memorial Not Made When You Were in Power?: Naidu Slams Ajit  Outlook India1 week ago Naidu hits back at Ajit, Cong; asks why no memorial till now  Business Standard India1 week ago
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Minister suggests more lung space for Chennai airport

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Special Arrangement Civil Aviation Minister P. Ashok Gajapathi Raju talks to passengers at the airport Officials were asked to look into infrastructural issues and hygiene The Chennai airport could do ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

Proactive Chouhan gets pat on back from Raju

il Aviation Minister Ashok Gajpathi Raju on Thursday said the aviation sector has immense potential to grow in Madhya Pradesh and lauded the initiative taken by the proactive Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan to explore possibilities of launching ...
 New Delhi Pioneer5 days ago Raju lauds Shivraj's initiative to further air services in MP  Business Standard India5 days ago
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Airport privatisation to guard against high user charges

The ministry of civil aviation is reviewing management contracts to private operators at six airports in the country, to shield airlines and passengers from high user charges. We need to consider our learnings from the airport contracts awarded in ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago AAI to develop five no-frills airports  Economic Times3 weeks ago PM to review status of infra projects today  Business Standard3 weeks ago MoCA looking at developing low cost airport infra along tourist circuits  Business Standard2 months ago

Lord Tuivakano leads attempt to right civil aviation issues

By Online Editor 6:59 pm GMT+12, 28/09/2014, Tonga Tongan Prime Minister Lord Tuivakano has taken over the lead role in ensuring that Tonga's civil aviation rules are on par with New Zealand and the rest of the world, following concerns raised ...
 Pacific Islands News Association1 day ago Tonga's Aviation struggles to abide by International Standards  Matangi Tonga3 days ago Tonga Civil Aviation Struggles To Abide By International Standards  Pacific Islands Report1 day ago International Aviation Conclave from December 11  Times of India5 days ago
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