After the merger, Air India’s fleet strength will grow to 218, second only to IndiGo’s 279. The consolidation is part of Tata groups’ strategy to bring its airline business under one roof.
Scindia virtually flagged off the flight from New Delhi. The flight will operate from Itanagar to Mumbai via Kolkata.
Till now, wet leasing of wide-body planes was allowed only for up to six months.
The TDB and the Central government have sought some more time to file an affidavit in the case. The case was adjourned to Tuesday.
The Central Industrial Security Force (CISF), which carries out security checks, has been telling the pilgrims to put the coconuts into the check-in baggage.
The ministry in fact has cushioned the immediate hike and proposes to take the figure to Rs 15,000 per departure starting 1 April 2023, the beginning of the next financial year.
Till now, the use of masks or face covers while travelling on flights was mandatory.
Further, Bansal mentioned supply chain issues being faced by domestic airlines, saying that those are hindering the growth of the aviation sector.
Captain Zoya believes that The Indian civil aviation sector has seen unparalleled growth for women.
Last month, Air India said that they would be inducting 5 wide-body Boeing and 25 Airbus narrow-body planes over the next 15 months.
Officials are yet to find out for what purpose the fuel was being mixed and sold.
In the September quarter, IndiGo's parent InterGlobe Aviation reported a widening of loss to Rs 1,583.34 crore due to higher fuel costs and foreign exchange loss.
Airline claims that for the quarter ending September 2022, its net loss came at Rs 3,82 crore excluding foreign exchange loss
IndiGo CEO Pieter Elbers said that September quarter was the second consecutive quarter wherein it operated at higher than pre-Covid capacity.
Significantly none of the domestic airlines, including two listed companies -- IndiGo and SpiceJet -- have so far made any public announcement on the grounding of the planes.
On Monday, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik flagged off the first flight, adding a new accelerator to regional growth.
India has recorded numerous air safety breaches this year including several alarming incidents by SpiceJet, the country's second-largest carrier.
Civil aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said that the DGCA has completed as many as 202 surveillance inspections in this fiscal so far.
As per the DGCA’s approved winter schedule, SpiceJet would be able to operate 100% of its flights scheduled from October 30.
The Airbus Defence and Space Quality Management System for the C295 aircraft has received approval from the DGAQA, the Indian regulatory authority for aeronautical quality assurance.