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India’s domestic air travel has seen massive improvement as it hit 85.7 per cent of pre-COVID levels in the year 2022. Recovery in air travel continued in December 2022, according to a report by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). The IATA said that airlines in India saw a significant improvement in domestic air travel […]Continue Reading
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The civil aviation ministry on November 16 said the use of masks is not compulsory during air travel but passengers should preferably use them amid the declining number of coronavirus cases. Till now, the use of masks or face covers while travelling on flights was mandatory. In a communication to the scheduled airlines, the ministry […]Continue Reading
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The escalating cost of oil globally is set to result in more expensive air tickets in the coming days, Chief of The International Air Transport Association (IATA) Willie Walsh has said. . Oil is the single most expensive cost for an airline, Walsh said while speaking to BBC Sunday Morning programme. Flying will be more […]Continue Reading
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China has started permitting international flights after a two-year ban due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is no word yet on the resumption of air services to India, even after Beijing lifted a visa ban for Indian professionals and their families last month. China is further streamlining procedures for those arriving into the country […]Continue Reading
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Around 1.05 crore domestic passengers travelled by air in November, 17.03 per cent higher than the 89.85 lakh who travelled the month before, the country’s aviation regulator said. While IndiGo carried 57.06 lakh passengers in November, a 54.3 per cent share of the domestic market, SpiceJet flew 10.78 lakh passengers, accounting for a 10.3 per […]Continue Reading
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With the Maharashtra government on December 2 amending its air travel rules in view of global concerns over the Omicron variant of coronavirus, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) cancelled its previous guidelines issued to the city airport authorities and asked them to follow the revised ones as issued by the state.The state government’s amended air […]Continue Reading
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