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Fifty-Fifty: Should Air India Continue To Use The Maharajah?

The answer to the Maharajah’s continued usage may actually be somewhat counter-intuitive. Maybe he should just become a corporate symbol, like a logo and shed some of his active versatility.

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The Air India Homecoming. And The Road Ahead

It is a homecoming for Tatas, and for the Government, for whom disinvestment is one of the core agendas, disinvestment of Air India would be a catalyst in the process.

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Aircraft Leasing & Financing: Opening New Opportunities For All

India offers a stable financial market, a booming aviation industry, resilient airlines, India is a major talent hub and it is expanding its infrastructure.

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Tata Sons Said To Win Air India Bid As DIPAM States 'Official Approval Pending'

It is all but confirmed that the highest bidder, Tata Sons, is all set to win the financial bid in Air India disinvesment. However, the Department of Investment & Public Asset Management has cautioned that government's final decision is still awaited.

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C-295 Aircraft Project Great Step In Opening Up Aviation, Avionics Sector: Ratan Tata

Airbus said the first 16 aircraft will be delivered over four years after the contract implementation and that all the planes will be equipped with an indigenous Electronic Warfare Suite (EWS).

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Green Aviation And Space Industry

The days ahead will be different – exasperating and also exciting – for the aviation and space industry. Read here

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First Direct Flight Operations Flagged Off From Imphal To Shillong

The airline will be operating four flights in a week and will deploy its 78-seater ATR 72 aircraft. Currently, 66 UDAN routes are operational by M/S Indigo airlines

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Indian Aviation Market's Recovery Significantly Impacted By Cap On Fares, Capacity: IATA DG

When India resumed scheduled domestic flights on May 25 last year after a two-month break in view of the COVID-19 lockdown, it had allowed carriers to operate not more than 33 percent of their pre-Covid domestic services.

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Financial Bids For Air India Likely To Be Received By September 15: Minister

Of the airline's total debt of Rs 60,074 crore as of March 31, 2019, the buyer would be required to absorb Rs 23,286.5 crore

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ECLGS To Help Alleviate 'Stressed Cash Flows' Of Airlines, Other Civil Aviation Entities: Puri

Referring to the ECLGS (Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme) 3.0 wherein aviation sector was included on Sunday, the minister said that it can help civil aviation meet their working capital term loan and additional term loan needs.

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British Airways Flight Carrying 18 Tonnes Of Medical Aid Lands In Delhi

India has been badly hit by the second wave of the coronavirus pandemic, and hospitals in several states are reeling under a shortage of vaccines, oxygen, drugs and equipment.

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Major Cyber Attack on Air India Impacts Database of 45 Lakh Customers

Air India customers registered between 26th Aug 2011 and 3rd Feb 2021 were affected, the airlines said

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IndiGo Board Gives Green Signal to Raise Rs 3,000 Cr Via QIP

The capital infusion is much needed for the carrier and the funds could be deployed to help the airline cope with the adverse impact of the second wave of the pandemic that has dented the business

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Jet Airways Should Be Airborne Soon: Murari Lal Jalan, Chairman of Agio Image Group

Jalan gives an insight into how Jet Airways will be airborne soon while sharing his vision and plans for the airline’s second innings.

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5 Pak aviation officers held for issuing fake licences

5 Pak aviation officers held for issuing fake licences

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