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DreamFolks-DragonPass Join Hands To Provide Indians Access To Airport Lounges In 120-plus Countries

This tie-up will provide facilities in a total of 1800 plus touch points globally in over 120 countries for world class lounges access programme and specialised restaurants access at airport terminals

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Column: Hidden Agendas

Mergers of public organsiations work best when there aren’t any hidden agendas, which is not often the case in India

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German Warplanes Escort Jet Airways Aircraft After Contact Lost With ATC

However, the communication was safely restored within minutes and the flight landed at its destination without any hitch

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Jotting: Congested Skies

The volume of domestic traffic has virtually doubled over the past six years, leading to a struggle for parking bays, longer waiting period for taking off and landing and more chaos at some airports

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India Navy Spurns Homemade Warplane, Latest Blow To Push For Self-Reliance

The navy last month invited manufacturers to pitch for 57 planes for its aircraft carriers, a multi-billion dollar order the government had hoped would go to the state-run producers of India's Tejas

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Britain And India Ease Limits On Flights To Boost Trade Ties

Britain and India agreed to ease restrictions on the number of scheduled flights between the two countries in a bid to boost trade and tourism ties before Britain leaves the European Union

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Gurgaon-based Airline Zoom Air All Set To Take Off

Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju is scheduled to flag off the airline's inaugural flight from Delhi to Durgapur on Sunday — February 12

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Airports Face Capacity Crunch As Market Booms

Airlines including IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir have 880 aircraft on order as they tap into a market growing 20 percent-plus per annum thanks to rising incomes and low-cost fares

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IndiGo Security Training Licence Suspended: What Does It Mean?

Till the time the training centre license of IndiGo remains suspended, the airline will have to outsource the training programme of its employees

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All Set For Smooth Sailing

Placing the biggest aircraft order with Boeing marks the start of a new growth story for SpiceJet

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Indian Civil Aviation Driven By Low Cost Domestic Market

For the first time in years, Indian carriers saw modest profit of $122 million, mostly owing to low fuel prices

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Etihad Airways Chief James Hogan To Step Down

The veteran chief executive of Abu Dhabi's Etihad Aviation Group, which owns one of the Middle East's top airlines, will leave this year, but the carrier remains committed to a system of equity alliances that he developed, Etihad said on Tuesday

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UDAN Scheme Set For Takeoff, Flights At 43 Unserved Airports

11 bidders have come forward to connect 30 airports which are currently operational, 12 which are underserved and 43 where not a single flight lands, according to the Civil Aviation Ministry

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