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Govt invites private players to buy out 51% in Pawan Hans
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Govt invites private players to buy out 51% in Pawan Hans

The Miniratna PSU is under the administrative control of the civil aviation ministry and the remaining 49 per cent stake is held by oil behemoth ONGC. Money Control, 1 week ago
Govt invites EOI for Pawan Hans disinvestment Deccan Herald, 1 week ago

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Now Aadhar to be the base to fly

Air travellers won’t need ID card or any other document to show at airports in near future. Civil aviation ministry is working on a plan in within a fortnight on selected important airports following which airtickets’ PNR will be linked with ...
 DNA3 weeks ago Check-in at airports may just require Aadhaar number  MSN India3 weeks ago
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Shillong Airport to be hub of Regional Connectivity scheme of NE region

The Civil Aviation Ministry has selected Shillong Airport as the hub of the Regional Connectivity scheme in the North East region, a top official of the North Eastern Council (NEC) said today. The decision to select Shillong Airport as the hub of Regional ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Civil Aviation ministry tweaks UDAN scheme, focuses on North-East states, other areas  India Today1 month ago
India Today

Aviation ministry bars unruly passengers from flying for 3 months to up to 2 years

Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju has released India's first No Fly list banning unruly passengers from domestic air travel for different durations depending on the level of offense.
 India Today1 month ago Government directs airlines to create 'No Fly list' for unruly passengers  Prokerala1 month ago Govt directs airlines to create 'No Fly list' for unruly passengers  Mathrubhumi1 month ago Government could declare unruly behaviour on planes an offence  Money Control2 months ago

UDAN scheme: Flight services resume from Pondy to Hyderabad after 3 years

Spicejet, Union Civil Aviation Ministry agreed to operate daily flights to Hyderabad, Vijayawada
 Business Standard2 months ago Pondy back on aviation map; services to Hyderabad launched  Deccan Herald2 months ago

Passengers to face ban under three categories as Aviation Ministry unveils 'nofly_0817aniNo-Fly List' rules

[India], September 8 (ANI): The Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday issued India's first "No-Fly list" in an effort to keep blacklisted people off airlines to ensure safety and check unruly behaviour on the aircraft. Addressing a joint conference, Union Civil ...
 Sify1 month ago

No-fly rules finalised, has minimum 2-year ban

Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha announced the country's first no-fly list today. While more details are awaited, the minister said the motive behind the No-Fly List was the safety and security of passengers, which was a priority with the government.  The Directorate General of Civil Aviation has now put in place 3 levels of unruly behaviour and a penalty for each level.  The DGCA also said that if the Home Ministry informs it about a certain individual then that ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Pratt and Whitney to deliver aircraft engines by end-Sept: civil aviation ministry official

NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Pratt and Whitney has told India it will provide replacement engines for grounded A320neo aircraft operated by IndiGo and GoAir airlines by the end of September, a civil aviation ministry official said on Thursday. Eight IndiGo planes ...
 Sify1 month ago India says Pratt and Whitney to deliver aircraft engines by end-Sept - official  Sify1 month ago

PSF may go up to fill up gap of airports security cost

The Passenger Service Fee (PSF), levied on air travellers, might marginally go up as the ministries of home and civil aviation were finding it increasingly difficult to manage the escalating cost of airport security, the government officials said. The ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Passenger service fee at airports may go up  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Money Today

IndiGo seeks government intervention on stalemate over Delhi

IndiGo sought the ministry of civil aviation's intervention in the issue of Delhi airport operator DIAL asking the low-cost carrier to shift one-third of its operations from terminal 1 to terminal 2, calling the directive "arbitrary, illegal and mala fide".
 Money Today4 days ago Delhi-Bikaner direct flight launched  Prokerala3 weeks ago Bengal seeks intervention on flights, fares after floods  Business Standard2 months ago
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