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The Market chases the Military

By offering air travel at the cost of a train ride to soldiers & their families, a Pune start-up has grown into a $110 Mn company in seven years, adding 16 lakh fliers annually and creating a thriving new market segment. Its next big foray is into housing for military personnel

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Why COVID-19 Means The Era Of Ever Cheaper Air Travel Could Be Over

Now comes a reckoning, as surviving airlines seek to return to viability, repair their debt-laden balance sheets and future-proof their operations, with no guarantee they'll get the same government support when the next crisis hits.

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Omicron Variant: Setting Back Travel Space

The surge in Omicron cases is going to slow down the global tourism industry’s revival in the short term.

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India Can Soar To No.1 Slot In Air Travel By Next Decade: Scindia

The government, he said, is committed to improving connectivity on both regional and long haul international routes, and has set a target of raising the number of airports to 220 by 2025 from 136 at present.

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Airlines Can Operate Domestic Flights Without Any Capacity Restriction From Oct 18: Govt

The capacity cap stood at 72.5 per cent between August 12 and September 18, 65 per cent between July 5 and August 12 and 50 per cent between June 1 and July 5.

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Israel to allow 2,000 air travelers to enter every day

Israel to allow 2,000 air travelers to enter every day

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Air Travel Becomes Expensive As Govt Announces 30 % Fare Hike

The government had imposed a fixed cap for air travel during the peak of the COVID-19 pandemic but has now removed it as the market slowly opens up.

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Russia to suspend air travel from UK amid emergence of new COVID-19 strain

Russia to suspend air travel from UK amid emergence of new COVID-19 strain

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To Fly Or Not To Fly? The Odds Of Catching The Virus

About 50% of the air is taken in from the outside atmosphere through the engine and the rest of the 50% is re-circulated from within the cabin to maintain the humidity and temperature.

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As Air-travel Plummets, Will OTA’s Be Forced To Pivot Or Shut Down?

OTA’s that can successfully pivot may be able to weather the storm. Others may be forced to consolidate or shut down.

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Decision to resume international flights in coming month: Hardeep Singh Puri

Decision to resume international flights in coming month: Hardeep Singh Puri

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India Fuel Sales Recover Further In June First Half

Indian state fuel retailers' gasoline sales jumped 63% to 903,000 tonnes in the first half of June compared with the same period last month, while diesel sales rose 39% to about 2.68 million tonnes.

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Air Travel Getting Safer With One Accident Every 884,000 Flights: IATA

The release of 2019 Safety Report is a reminder that even as aviation faces its deepest crisis, we are committed to making aviation even safer

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Global Airlines Making Profits Despite High Fuel Cost: IATA

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) expects the airlines to achieve a collective net profit of $33.8 billion, at a net margin of 4.1 per cent, in 2018 compared to a record $38 billion last year

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Travel: Open Sesame!

Hassle-free, frisk-free, paper-less air travel is the need of the hour considering the ever-growing numberof Indian air travellers

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