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Soon, you may hire a charter aircraft like Ola, Uber and at half the price

Source: Times of India   Mihir Mishra | ET Bureau | Updated: Oct 19, 2017, 12:08 IST   NEW DELHI: As the Indian government strives to make flying affordable for the masses with its regional connectivity scheme, aircraft charter companies are charting a similar flight path as aggregators — much like Ola and Uber — […]

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Czech witnesses double digit growth in Indian arrivals

Source: Travel Trends Today   Murari Mohan Jha, 18 October 2017   With the number of Indian travelling to Central and Eastern Europe is expected to grow by 60 per cent by 2021, CzechTourism has geared up to have a major share of the pie. Czech Tourist Authority recently organized a 3 city roadshow : […]

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Capt GR Gopinath’s Air Deccan fails to get enough landing slots in Delhi, Mumbai airports

Source: The Economic Times   By Anirban Chowdhury, ET Bureau| Updated: Oct 16, 2017   MUMBAI: GR Gopinath said his return to aviation is facing turbulence because the new carrier hasn’t got enough landing slots or parking space at airports in Delhi and Mumbai, India’s busiest. The airports say they don’t have the capacity to […]

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Bombardier signs $1.7bn deal with spicejet for 50 q400 turboprop planes

Source: Times of India   Saurabh Sinha | TNN | Sep 29, 2017, 20:05 IST   NEW DELHI: Low-cost carrier SpiceJet finalized a purchase agreement with Bombardier Commercial Aircraft for up to 50 Q400 Turboprop aircraft worth $1.7 billion at list prices. This is the largest ever order for Q400 Turboprop and SpiceJet will be […]

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Palace on wings: Raje plans ‘height’ of tourism

Source: DNA India   Dr. Rituraj Sharma | Nirmal Tiwari | Oct 15, 2017   Seen the Palace on Wheels? That’s passe. Sample this: The state government is planning to boost tourism through air connectivity. It is working on a plan ‘palace on wings’ on the lines of ‘palace on wheels’.   The plan was […]

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AAI invites EoI for remote ATC tower for Surat airport

Source: Times of India   TNN | Oct 18, 2017, 04:00 IST   Surat: The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is considering setting up a remote air traffic control (ATC) for Surat airport to be operated at Ahmedabad airport in order to cut costs and overcome labour shortages. The AAI has invited expression of interest […]

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India’s aviation sector soaring high, Newer airports, increased connectivity and transferring debts

Source: Media India   By Shalini Dasgupta| October 5, 2017 in Aviation   As the future of India’s aviation sector looks bright as per latest reports and studies, the performance of domestic airlines is at an all-time high, showing a significant increase in the current year.  With newer airports coming up and more flights being […]

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Jet positive on prospects in India, to order 75 aircraft

Source: The Economic Times   By Anirban Chowdhury |Oct 12, 2017   Jet Airways will look at buying 75 aircraft, its chief executive Vinay Dube said Wednesday, as the airline looks to increase domestic market share and expand in regional international routes.   “Reflecting its confidence in the long-term prospects of the Indian aviation sector, […]

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Qantas commits to use biofuels at LAX from 2020

13 October, 2017 |  SOURCE: Flight Dashboard | BY: Ellis Taylor | Perth   Qantas has struck an agreement with US bio-energy company SG Preston to use biofuels on its flights from Los Angeles International airport from 2020.   The Oneworld carrier says that it will purchase 30 million litres of a 50/50 blend of […]

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Ryanair pilot urges carrier to engage in collective talks

Source: Flight Global   12 October, 2017 | SOURCE: Flight Dashboard | BY: Niall O’Keeffe | London   Ryanair captain Imelda Comer has offered to serve as “a conduit to enable constructive engagement” between management and pilots.   In a letter sent to the airline’s chief Michael O’Leary and publicised by the European Cockpit Association, […]

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