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Airfares To Rise As DGCA Increases Cap Set For Domestic Flights

Caps on airfares that started post lockdown in May 2020 were raised by the Ministry of Civil Aviation through a government order on Thursday allowing airlines to charge 10-30% more for domestic...

Aerial Shots: DGCA Grants Permission To BCCI For Use Of Drones In Cricket

The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Monday granted conditional exemption to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for the deployment of...

COVID-19 Mutant Spread: India Extends UK Flight Ban Till Jan 7

India on Wednesday announced that a decision has been taken to extend the temporary suspension of flights to and from the UK till January 7, 2021 and that strictly regulated resumption will...

Double The CPL: Six AAI Operated Airports To Get 2 Flying Schools Each

Six airports operated by the Airports Authority of India (AAI) will soon get 2 flying schools each under the 'Double the CPL' programme of the government wherein India aims to double its...

AI Pilots Demand Urgent Ministry Intervention On Wage Cut Issue

Air India pilot unions Indian Pilots' Guild (IPG) and the Indian Commercial Pilots Association (ICPA) on Monday sought the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation Ministry's intervention on the issue of wage cut...

Soaring Higher: 65% Of Domestic Air Travel Back To Pre-COVID-19 Levels

Civil Aviation Secretary Pradeep Singh Kharola has backed the need to evolve a strategy to bring back the tourism industry on its feet at a time nearly 65% of the domestic air...

COVID-19 Spike: Will Maharashtra Recommend Suspension Of Flights?

Amid fear of a second COVID-19 wave and a spike in new cases in the national capital, the Maharashtra government on Friday said it was actively considering halting flight operations and train services...

Flying Will Return To Pre-COVID Levels By December-end, Says Puri

Air travel will return to pre-COVID levels by the end of December or by the beginning of 2021, Minister of Civil Aviation (MoCA) Hardeep Singh Puri said on Monday while speaking at...
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Curbs By States Hit Air Travel Demand As Bookings Decline In February

The recovery of the domestic civil aviation sector travel in India, one of the worst hit by the pandemic is being threatened with derailment...

CSMIA Rated ‘Best Airport By Size And Region’ For 4th Time In Row

Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airports (CSMIA) has been awarded the Best Airport by Size and Region in the over 40 million passenger category by...

Case Study – Jet Blue Flight 292

On 21st September 2005, Jet Blue Airways flight 292, an Airbus 320 departed Burbank , California at 15:31, a non-stop flight to JFK, New...