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SpiceJet has commenced its Haj operations by operating special flights from Bhopal, Gaya, Vijayawada, Aurangabad and Srinagar. The airline has inducted two wide-body A340 aircraft for its Haj operations. Manoj Sinha, Hon’ble Lieutenant Governor of Jammu & Kashmir, flagged off SpiceJet’s first Haj flight from Srinagar. SpiceJet will operate special flights from Continue Reading
Ministry Top Stories
A sprawling nature park planned amid 200 acres of mangroves, proposed by the Forest Department’s mangrove cell, is one step closer to completion. The construction bids for the park are expected to be awarded by June-end, officials familiar with the matter said, reports HT. Once done, the structure will house a ‘mangrove museum’, and a […]Continue Reading
Ministry Top Stories
Karapuzha, a tourist destination in Wayanad district under the Water Resources Department, will get a facelift soon, reports The Hindu. A tourism management committee, chaired by T. Siddique, MLA, decided to develop the destination into a major tourism hub in the Malabar region. A master plan for the comprehensive development of the destination would be […]Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
SpiceJet will partner with FTAI Aviation Ltd, a aftermarket provider of engine services, on a CFM56 revitalisation program. Under this programme, FTAI Aviation Ltd. will provide SpiceJet with up to 20 engines for lease, inclusive of maintenance services. By leveraging FTAI Aviation’s engine expertise, SpiceJet will have access to a pipeline of available engines which Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
Air France-KLM Group has signed to become the first airline partner to add the Amadeus Cytric portfolio to its offering for corporate customers. The new deal features Cytric Travel, Cytric Expense, Cytric Easy and Cytric Care. The partnership is considered a major milestone for Amadeus, allowing Air France-KLM customers of any size to adopt Cytric […]Continue Reading
Aviation Top Stories
The Indian government has declined permission for United Airlines to code-share with Emirates on routes originating from India, citing the absence of a traffic rights agreement between India and Dubai for these routes, BW Business World. This decision disrupts the significant agreement signed between the two airlines last year, which aimed to enhance their network […]Continue Reading
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