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No employee to be laid off, no reduction in basic pay: Air India

No employee to be laid off, no reduction in basic pay: Air India

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India To Question Airbus, IndiGo, Others On Pratt & Whitney Engine Woes

IndiGo and rival GoAir were forced to ground Airbus A320neo aircraft on several occasions over the past year due to problems with the planes' Pratt & Whitney engines

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Soon, Travellers Can Use Facial Recognition Biometric To Enter airports

Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu said that the initiative of facial recognition biometric feature called Digi Yatra will be launched soon and would be optional for air passengers

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Civil Aviation Ministry Orders Safety Audit Of All Airlines, Airports

Amid recent incidents related to passengers' safety, Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu today ordered a safety audit of all scheduled airlines and airports

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Air India Disinvestment not To Happen In "Near Future": Govt Official Informs Parliamentary Panel

Officials from Civial Aviation Ministry informed the panel that the Air India Investment is not in sight anytime soon while briefing it about various concerns surrounding the national carrier.

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Intelligence Bureau Not Happy Over Allowing 100% FDI In Domestic Airlines

Concerns were raised during a meeting chaired by Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi which was attended by senior officials from the civil aviation ministry and the IB.

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Airlines Hope For A Delayed Take Off

Keeping up with the new format is giving the sector sleepless nights

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India Plans No-Fly List Of Unruly Passengers: Aviation Secretary

India is looking at creating a national no-fly list of unruly passengers, the top bureaucrat at the civil aviation ministry said on Friday, weeks after a lawmaker admitted assaulting an official from state-owned carrier Air India

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Government Likely To Provide Clarity On Norms For Unruly Fliers

The government plans to tweak the norms to deal with unruly fliers as it looks to provide more clarity on regulatory powers amid debate on airlines barring an MP from flying for assaulting an Air India staff

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Capping Not Required In Airfares, Says Gajapathi Raju

Ajay Singh, chairman and managing director of Spicejet said that aviation India will grow only if we are able to constantly work to reduce the cost of aviation in India

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