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Latest Articles in Regional Connectivity Scheme

Government To Revise Air Fares And Subsidies Quarterly Under UDAN Scheme

The civil aviation ministry has announced to cap on air ticket prices and viability gap funding (VGF) under the Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik scheme would be revised quarterly

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Indigo Announces Flights To Aid UDAN Scheme

India’s largest airline IndiGo has announced plans to introduce 50 aircraft for regional routes giving major aid to the government’s initiative UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme to encourage internal connectivity

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Modi Launches UDAN Scheme For Affordable Air Travel

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Thursday flagged off the first UDAN flight from Shimla under the government’s ambitious Regional Connectivity Scheme, a mechanism to provide people with cheaper flying options to smaller cities

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‘Profitability Is More Important Than Market Share’

After a great turnaround, SpiceJet is now entering a new growth era, SpiceJet chairman and managing director Ajay Singh tells BW Businessworld

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Aviation: The Wind Under Wings

Can the government’s Regional Connectivity Scheme, intended to connect the unconnected through short-haul flights, turnaround the fate of existing regional carriers that are facing, an existential crisis

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Policy Not Enough, Regional Carriers Seek Active Support

Regional airlines and business aircraft operators want concrete government measures to make RCS a success

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Govt Proposes Cheap Air Fares To Boost Regional Connectivity

Airline operators will be exempted from landing charges, parking charges, and terminal navigation landing charges under the Regional Connectivity Scheme

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Government Proposes Levy To Fund Regional Air Connectivity Scheme

Flyers will soon have to shell out slightly more for tickets to fund the government's ambitious regional connectivity scheme under which airfares will be capped at Rs 2,500 for one-hour flights on unserved and under-served routes

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