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Sunny Sen

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After consumers, it’s online buying for enterprises

There are at least three players apart from Paytm and Shopclues that are exclusively targeting the B2B segment: Tolexo, Industry Buying and Power2SME

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Air India to hire 40 expat pilots for three years

Air India Charters (AICL), a wholly owned subsidiary of Air India, has initiated the process of hiring 40 expat pilots for a term of three years for flying the company's B 737-800 narrow body planes.

Air India to hire 40 expat pilots for three years

Airbus gets DGCA approval to extend life of Air India planes

French plane maker Airbus, which was in talks with state-owned airline Air India to extend the life cycle of its aircraft, has got approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to extend the life of at least

Airbus gets DGCA approval to extend life of Air India planes

Blue Bird brings India’s first e-cargo platform

Blue Bird Logistics, which has been in the air and ocean cargo business for nearly two decades, has started the first ever online platform for cargo delivery— e2ecargo — which aims at solving the problems of the tradition

Blue Bird brings India’s first e-cargo platform

Govt projects Rs 24,000-cr cost to develop 14 greenfield airports

The government has estimated a total project cost of Rs 24,000 crore for the development of 14 greenfield airports in the country.

Govt projects Rs 24,000-cr cost to develop 14 greenfield airports

Shift to GAGAN system to cost airlines over Rs 800 crore

Planes that put the new navigation system would have to replace the older one with it, bearing a cost of about R2 crore per system

Shift to GAGAN system to cost airlines over Rs 800 crore

Nearbuy needs multiple rounds of funding to reach its potential: Ankur Warikoo

Nearbuy CEO Ankur Warikoo spoke to FE's Avanish Tiwary & Sunny Sen on the changes and the coupon business in India.

Civil aviation safety chief post to be filled up soon

The ministry of civil aviation has requested the home ministry to provide a panel of eligible offices for the post.

Civil aviation safety chief post to be filled up soon

Air India gets two of its first five leased planes

State-owned airline Air India, which signed its first lease agreement to replace its old fleet last year, has received its first two leased aircraft — A320, said civil aviation ministry officials.

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Hajj air ticket prices go up 20% as govt reduces subsidy

In 2010, the ministry of minority affairs proposed that the subsidy should be removed as it goes against the teachings of Islam.

Hajj air ticket prices go up 20% as govt reduces subsidy

Vistara applies to DGCA for four new aircraft

Vistara, a joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata group, has applied to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)...

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Shopclues platform for global firms to take on eBay & Paytm

Shopclues is the second e-commerce company after Paytm to tie up with a Chinese e-commerce firm to sell Chinese products directly to Indian buyers

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Small-town customers go big on Amazon’s ‘The Great Indian Summer Sale’

Amazon's 'The Great Indian Summer Sale' was the biggest sale so far in the discount period, which lasted three days and concluded on Wednesday.

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AAI faces shortage of 1,500 ATCs

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) is facing a tough time managing flights all over the country, with acute shortage of air traffic controllers...

AAI faces shortage of 1,500 ATCs

Fly Easy seeks DGCA permit for takeoff

Fly Easy, the subsidiary of Bangalore-based ABC Aviation and Training Services, has applied for air operating permit (AOP) with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation...

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Baggage self-drop service at 13 airports

The boarding pass will be scanned at the security check and will require no further stamping as is the case now

Baggage self-drop service at 13 airports

Carriers to soon deploy flight-tracking technology

The technology generates automatic alerts when a plane goes off-bounds and keeps flight controllers updated

Carriers to soon deploy flight-tracking technology

As many as 10 Air India planes remain grounded at all times

Some of these Air India planes are narrow body aircraft, which face maintenance and on-ground problems, are 20 years old.

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DGCA finalises psychometric test parameters

The Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has finalised the parameters for psychometric tests for pilots, which will be made mandatory...

DGCA finalises psychometric test parameters

DGCA to undertake surprise inspections to monitor passenger safety

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation is mulling one-time surveillance for all domestic airlines to monitor passenger safety.

30 Women in Power book review: The iron ladies

Through 30 stories of India’s women leaders, this book outlines the difficult but interesting journey of a woman’s life as she moves to the top of the ladder

30 Women in Power book review: The iron ladies

Govt may make buying of planes easier, cheaper

To make procurement of aircraft cheaper and more cost-efficient, the civil aviation ministry is looking at allowing two or more carriers...

Govt may make buying of planes easier, cheaper

Regional connectivity: Aviation policy likely to look at smaller aircraft

Experts say flying larger aircraft like the Airbus A320 to smaller towns is an expensive affair

Regional connectivity: Aviation policy likely to look at smaller aircraft

Paytm partnership could help Flipkart users pay via mobile wallet

Paytm and e-commerce player Flipkart may team up to allow shoppers to access the e-retailer’ platform via the mobile wallet.

Air India seeks additional Rs 1,700 crore from govt

State-owned Air India has asked the ministry of civil aviation for an additional grant of Rs 1,700 crore, over and above what the government had allocated in the Union Budget for 2015-16.

Air India seeks additional Rs 1,700 crore from govt

Private carriers start testing mental health of pilots, crew

As the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) finalises the new regulations that cabin crew and pilots will have ...

Private carriers start testing mental health of pilots, crew

Turbo Megha Airways gets regional airline permit

South Indian regional carrier Turbo Megha Airways got its air operator permit on Tuesday, said officials at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

Turbo Megha Airways gets regional airline permit
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