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Malaysian Airports to sell stake in Hyderabad airport operator for Rs 484 crore

Malaysian Airports Holding Berhard will sell its entire 11 per cent stake in GHIAL, which operates the Hyderabad international aerodrome, for Rs 484 crore, according to a regulatory filing.

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GMR buys out Malaysia Airports from Hyderabad airport for Rs 484cr

In an exchange filing today, GMR said it will acquire 4.15 crore shares which converts into 11 per cent in the airport company from Malaysia Airports Holding and its Mauritius subsidiary, subject to a

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Government expects winning bidder for Air India by June-end, says Jayant Sinha

The government is expecting to have the winning bidder for national carrier Air India by the end of June and the "legal closing" of the transaction by year-end, Union Minister Jayant Sinha said today.

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Government, CAPA differ over domestic air traffic growth forecast

A day after aviation consultancy firm CAPA pegged domestic air traffic growth between 18% and 20% for FY19, indicating crossing of the 150-million passenger mark, minister of state for civil aviation

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SpiceJet announces 20 new domestic flights from February 11

Budget airline SpiceJet has announced 20 new non-stop domestic flights starting from February 11, aimed at strengthening its network across South India.

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Ajay Singh says Spicejet “too small” to snap up Air India

Ajay Singh, the chairman of low-cost carrier Spicejet, has ruled his airline out of the race for the privatisation-bound Air India saying, "we are too small to bid for a large airline like the nationa

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Expedite clearances for Pune airport expansion: Nitin Gadkari to defence, civil aviation officials

Union minister Nitin Gadkari today asked defence and civil aviation officials to expedite necessary clearances for expansion of the Pune airport which is witnessing high traffic volumes.

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NCDRC rejects complaint against Jet Airways, blames passenger for missing his flight

The apex consumer commission has rejected a man's plea seeking compensation from Jet Airways for missing his Delhi-Jaipur flight, saying he has to blame only himself for not being able to board it as

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Smoke from engine forces IndiGo flight to return to airport

The airline added that the passengers were accommodated in a different aircraft, which departed nearly two hours after the incident, at 4.56pm.

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Foreign player keen on buying 49 pc stake in Air India: Official

The expression of interest from a private entity came weeks after the Union Cabinet allowed foreign investments, including from foreign airlines, to up to 49 per cent in Air India.

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Major tragedy averted! Indigo Kolkata-Delhi flight landed back due to second engine failure

This is not the first incident of engine failure of Indigo flight, earlier this month on January 9, a Mumbai to Bengaluru IndiGo flight faced a major technical glitch after takeoff and the pilot was f

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Rs 3400 crore for airports in North East: AAI chairman Guruprasad Mahapatra

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has allocated around Rs 3400 crore for the upgradation of airports in the North East region, AAI chairman Guruprasad Mahapatra said today.

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GoAir Republic Day offer extended until January 29; check ticket prices here

The booking period was from January 24 to 28. The travel period for the booking is from March 1 to December 31, 2018. Now according to GoAir website the offer is valid up to January 29.

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Kannur International Airport set to take flight; commercial operations may be launched in June

Taking the cake as far as aviation infrastructure in India is concerned, the small state of Kerala would get its fourth international airport once the Kannur International Airport (KIAL) gets operatio

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Seaplanes can boost tourism in a big way, says Spicejet CEO Ajay Singh

Bullish on the growth prospects for seaplanes in India, leading airline Spicejet's CEO Ajay Singh has said this new mode of transport can boost the country's tourism sector in a big way as they can co

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Pricing mantra key to making in-flight Wi-Fi a hit, says SITA ONAIR

All airlines in India are interested in offering Wi-Fi on board but the pricing has to be right in order to ensure uptake in the country, according to connectivity solutions provider SITA ONAIR.

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Qatar Airways’ first Airbus A350-1000 to be delivered February 15-20: says CEO Akbar al-Baker

Airbus will deliver the first ever A350-1000 jet to an airline to Qatar Airways between Feb. 15 and Feb. 20, the carrier's chief executive said on Saturday.

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AirAsia India flew 4.4 million passengers in 2017

Budget passenger carrier AirAsia India flew 4.44 million passengers during the calendar year 2017, 81 per cent more passengers than during 2016, the company said on Friday.

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Dense fog hits flight operations at Chennai airport

Poor visibility due to heavy fog affected flight operations today at the airport here for about three hours, officials said.

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Maharashtra government comes up with helipad policy

A helicopter pilot shall not even start the airconditioning before the VVIP boards the aircraft, the policy says, said a senior official from the Aviation department of GAD.

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Air India takes delivery of Boeing 777 aircraft for VVIP use

Air India today took the delivery of its latest Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft, which will be one of the two new planes to be used for VVIP purposes.

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SpiceJet plans long-haul flights in two years, says Ajay Singh

Buoyed by robust growth in the Indian aviation market, SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh has said that he aims to make the airline an international level carrier with long-haul flights in the next one or two

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Tender inviting concessionaires for Jewar airport likely in August

A tender inviting concessionaires for an international airport at Jewar is likely to be out in August, according to a senior official of the nodal agency YEIDA.

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UDAN: Government announces 17 successful bidders for second round

The ministry of civil aviation on Wednesday announced 17 successful bidders including largest domestic carrier IndiGo for proposals to connect 78 new airports under the second round of government’s

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Airports Authority of India to partially fund regional connectivity scheme flight

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) will partially fund the government's regional connectivity scheme (RCS) and contribute Rs 200 crore from its dividend this fiscal, Civil Aviation Secretary RN Cho

Indigo cannot have T-1 exclusively: SpiceJet tells Delhi HC

The charge was opposed by IndiGo which had earlier told the court that in view of T-2's operational capacity, both GoAir and Spicejet, keeping in view their traffic load and operations as per data pro

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The biggest airport in India to come up in Yogi Adityanath’s Uttar Pradesh soon; know all details

The proposal to build an International airport was cleared in Uttar Pradesh last year.

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