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Tag: Domestic Flights

Domestic Flights
Airlines Can Operate Maximum Of 65 Pc Pre-Covid Domestic Flights: Govt

The civil aviation ministry issued a fresh order, wherein it modified the May 28 order stating that "50 per cent capacity may be read as 65 per cent capacity".

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Delhi-Moscow Air India Flight Returns After Pilot Found COVID Positive

New Delhi: A special ferry flight of national carrier Air India which took off from Delhi for Moscow on Saturday returned after a crew member was found Covid-19 positive. The flight being operated under the Vande Bharat mission was halfway over Central Asia when it was called back. According to sources, the airline’s medical staff […]

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Limits On Airfares Set In Seven Bands As Per Flight Durations: Civil Aviation Minister

New Delhi: Domestic flights resuming next week will be placed in seven categories on the basis of the journey’s duration, and limits will be set on fares, which would be in place till August 24, Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said on Thursday. The minister said each band would have its specific lower and […]

SpiceJet announces 20 non-stop flights on domestic routes from Feb 11

New Delhi: Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet on Monday announced 20 new non-stop domestic flights starting February 11, 2018. “The airline also strengthens its network across South with 18 new flights. Out of these 18 flights, ten will be catering to the popular tourist destinations in the state of Andhra Pradesh,” the airline said in a […]

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Up to 2-year ban proposed on unruly passengers

New Delhi: The government on Friday announced draft rules for a national no-fly list that proposes a flying ban from three months to two years or beyond for unruly passengers on domestic flights. Civil Aviation Minster Ashok Gajapathi Raju and Aviation Secretary R.N. Choubey sought consulations from public and the industry stakeholders over the draft […]

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