The domestic aviation traffic has recorded continuous improvement and as per Civil Aviation Ministry, the number crossed the mark of 4 lakh daily passengers on October 9.
The ministry had imposed lower and upper limits on air fare after the resumption of services in May, 2020 following the two-month nationwide lockdown to contain the spread of Covid-19.
This additional amount is not in accordance with the instructions as per the provisions of Aircraft Rules, 1937, it said.
New Delhi: In a controversial move, government has asked private airlines to give special privileges like lounge access to MPs, sparking a furore with political leaders and others denouncing it for not being in sync with the times. Slamming the decision, Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Omar Abdullah said it reflected “a special kind of […]
New Delhi: Days after central excise duty cut in petrol and diesel, the government on Wednesday reduced the excise duty on aviation fuel to 11 per cent from 14 per cent in order to provide relief to airlines from high fuel costs. The Central Government “on being satisfied that it is necessary in the public […]
New Delhi/Raipur: Air Odisha on Thursday commenced flight operations on the Jagdalpur-Raipur-Vizag route under the regional air connectivity — UDAN — scheme. Airline major Jet Airways too commenced operations under the air regional connectivity — UDAN — scheme from Allahabad. According to the airline, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated Air Odisha’s flight route Jagdalpur-Raipur-Vizag from […]
New Delhi: Budget passenger carrier IndiGo’s President Aditya Ghosh on Friday resigned after a decade of piloting the airline to attain the dominant share of the country’s civil aviation market. As per a company statement, Ghosh “is resigning from the post of President of IndiGo effective July 31, 2018 and as a Director of […]
Beijing: Passengers can now use mobile phones in flight mode on many Chinese airlines, according to a media report. According to the South China Morning Post, several Chinese airlines lifted the restriction which did not apply to tablets and laptops. China Eastern Airlines and Hainan Airlines were the first to lift the ban from Thursday. […]
New Delhi: National passenger carrier Air India on Monday asked its employees to maintain personal fitness levels and improve airline’s on-time performance (OTP). According to Air India’s Chairman and Managing Director Rajiv Bansal, “alertness and responsive” levels of employees is crucial in the airline industry. “This is an industry where many facets of customer service have […]
New Delhi: To commemorate its 24th anniversary, Jet Airways on Thursday said that it will come out with special fares on both domestic and international sectors on May 5. According to the airline, as part of its “One-day” offer effective from May 5, economy and premiere class guests will be able to get flat discount of […]
New Delhi: Just like airlines, railways will now issue linked PNRs for connecting journeys allowing passengers to cancel their onward journey without any cancellation fee, if it is due to delay in their first leg, senior official of railways said Friday. The facility, which will begin from April 1, will be beneficial for those passengers […]
New Delhi: Indian aviation watchdog Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday issued an advisory stating that airlines may consider using local language for in-flight announcements “to extent feasible”. Moreover, in order to enhance awareness about the cultural heritage of India, pilots can make in-flight announcements about important monuments or sites enroute the flight, […]
Jharsuguda: SpiceJet will begin its flight services to three places from Jharsuguda airport from March 31 for which sale of online tickets began from today. The private airlines will kick off its service in the routes Jharsuguda-Delhi, Jharsuguda-Hyderabad and Jharsuguda-Kolkata, informed Chairman of SpiceJet Ajay Singh during a press conference which was also attended by […]
New Delhi: The country’s largest carrier IndiGo is set to consolidate its position and rule the skies following the collapse of its rival Jet Airways. “The biggest airline will gain the maximum, so IndiGo will corner the major chunk of the air traffic. It anyways has massive capacity expansion plans lined up for the coming […]
New Delhi: The DGCA on Wednesday asked Indian airline companies to remain vigilant and take all precautions in the airspace over Iran, Iraq, Gulf of Oman and waters of Persian Gulf, hours after Ukrainian International airlines carrying 170 passengers crashed near Tehran in Iran. “We had held meetings with the concerned Airlines and have sensitised […]