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India has jumped to the 48th position in the global aviation safety ranking by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), according to DGCA officials. Four years ago, the country was ranked at the 102nd position. In the ranking, Singapore is at the top, followed by the UAE and South Korea at the second and third […]Continue Reading
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Vistara, India’s full-service carrier and a joint venture of Tata group and Singapore Airlines, started its non-stop flights between Pune and Singapore. The inaugural flight departed from Pune at 0210 Hours (IST) on December 2 and arrived in Singapore at 1030 Hours (GMT). It was flagged off by Union Minister of Civil Aviation, Jyotiraditya Scindia, […]Continue Reading
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EaseMyTrip, an online travel tech platforms, announced it will invest in and acquire* Gujarat’s GIFT city-based Nutana Aviation. The acquiree* company is in the business of offering charter solutions to clients in India and abroad. Nutana Aviation leases charter aircraft enabling operators to run efficiently along with proving charter booking services to its clients, Continue Reading
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GO FIRST (formerly known as GoAir) announced three celebratory offers as the airline completes 17 years of successful operations. Marking the 17th-year milestone, GO FIRST will be providing a free ticket to all 17-year-olds for their next trip with GO FIRST. The passengers can avail of 17% off by using the code ‘GOING17’ while booking […]Continue Reading
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EaseMyTrip will invest in and acquire* Gujarat’s GIFT city-based Nutana Aviation. The acquiree company is in the business of offering charter solutions to clients in India and abroad. Nutana Aviation leases charter aircraft enabling operators to run efficiently along with proving charter booking services to its clients, within and outside India. With this acquisition, Continue Reading
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CEO Tony Fernandes said that Malaysia’s Capital A will combine its AirAsia budget airline business with long-haul offshoot AirAsia X as part of a corporate restructuring designed to shed its status as a financially-distressed firm, reports Reuters. Capital A, headed by Fernandes, will retain the digital, logistics and aviation services businesses, while AirAsia X Continue Reading
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