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Kissa Wheelchair Ka

My own minor disability has taught me a valuable lesson that the airlines must also consider: when comparing service delivery, consider the passenger with the least resources rather than the most advantaged

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IOC Kick Starts A New Journey In Aviation Fuel, Enters The $ 2.7 Bn Global Market

The company claims to have exported its first cargo of 80 aviation gas barrels from the Jawaharlal Nehru Port Trust (JNPT) to Papua New Guinea, each having a capacity of 16 kilo litre of aviation gas

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In Expansion Mode

There is a mega boom in the civil aviation sector with people flying in record numbers post pandemic as government lines up more capital for expansion and growth

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IndiGo To Restart Hyderabad-Dhaka Direct Flight Next Month

Bangladesh accounts for approximately 54 per cent of all overseas medical tourists to India for treatment

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Govt Mulls Making Blended Aviation Fuel Mandatory

Civil Aviation secretary Rajiv Bansal, on Tuesday, said that the ministry of civil aviation and petroleum are working to mandate a certain percentage of blending, adding that the work is still in progress

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Go First To Avail Rs 600 Cr Loan Under ECLGS Amid Rise In Demand

After the pandemic, the government changed the maximum limit of money under ECLGS to Rs 1,500 crore from Rs 400 crore, however, the airline has already received Rs 400 crore under the ECLGS

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Delhi Airport Emerges As 10th Busiest Airport In The World: Report

No other Indian airport is in the top ten, however, Mumbai to Dubai and Delhi to Dubai routes as two of the top ten busiest international routes

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Domestic Air Travel Sees 67% Annual Growth, 51% YoY In August

Domestic airlines carried 770.70 lakhs passengers from January to August 2022, an increase of 67.38 per cent from the previous year

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Foreign Carriers That Came To India Reported 15 Tech Snags In Last 16 Days: DGCA Chief

Aviation watchdog DGCA's chief Arun Kumar on Sunday said technical snags faced by domestic carriers in recent weeks did not have the potential to cause havoc and that even foreign airlines that came to India reported 15 technical snags in the last 16 days

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SpiceJet Flags Fare Hikes Of Up To 15%

Both factors have left domestic airlines with "little choice but to immediately raise fares", Managing Director Ajay Singh said

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Indian Airline Operators Expected To Add 120 New Aircraft Per Year: Scindia

Exuding confidence about air traffic figures rebounding, the minister said the number of domestic passengers is expected to touch 4.10 lakh per day by next year and will surpass that number by 2024-25

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Domestic Aviation Close To Reaching 'Pre-Covid' level: Scindia

Airline industry that suffered heavy losses during Covi is returning to pre-Covid levels, and has recorded a traffic of 3.8 lakh passengers per day, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said

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New Policy In Works For Regional Airlines, Helicopter Operators: Jyotiraditya Scindia

"We are going to come out with a policy for regional airlines and for helicopters to make them much more economical, to make them much more pervasive, and to provide that last mile connectivity because growth is also going to come from that sector," said Scindia

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Tata In Planemaker Talks Over Air India Order

Air India has a mixed fleet of over 140 Airbus and Boeing planes, and industry executives estimate it would cost Tata more than $1 billion to refurbish the aging aircraft

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