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NCLT defers hearing on Go First to July 11, leaves lessors stranded

NCLT defers hearing on Go First to July 11, leaves lessors stranded

The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Monday deferred its hearing in Go First’s insolvency case to July 11, leaving the lessors stranded. The NCLT indicated that it needed more time to study the Delhi

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Airline capacity cuts lead to potential 5-30% increase in airfares

Airline capacity cuts lead to potential 5-30% increase in airfares

  Air travellers in India should brace themselves for a surge in flight prices this summer, ranging from 5-30%, as airlines grapple with capacity constraints amid escalating travel demand and operational challenges. Industry experts anticipate

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IATA: Airline industry on track for recovery in 2024

IATA: Airline industry on track for recovery in 2024

  IATA Director General Willie Walsh expressed optimism about the aviation industry's performance in 2024, citing strong passenger traffic growth across all regions except North America in February. He emphasised airlines' accelerated investments in decarbonisation

Aviation
SpiceJet to Acquire Q400 Aircraft from NAC in Settlement; Ownership of Six Transferred

SpiceJet to Acquire Q400 Aircraft from NAC in Settlement; Ownership of Six Transferred

SpiceJet is on the brink of acquiring a Q400 aircraft from Nordic Aviation Capital (NAC) as part of a settlement agreement finalized last year. In this agreement, which resolves all previous liabilities for the Q400s

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Airline industry welcomes DGCA’s decision to delay pilot rest rules

Airline industry welcomes DGCA’s decision to delay pilot rest rules

  The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended the implementation of new regulations concerning pilot rest and duty periods, just days after rejecting an extension of the June 1 deadline for their enforcement.

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Air India resumes Delhi-Tel Aviv flights after 5 months

Air India resumes Delhi-Tel Aviv flights after 5 months

Air India has resumed its flights from New Delhi to Tel Aviv, after suspension of flights for five months. According to a spokesperson for the airline, the Tata group-owned carrier restarted the Delhi-Tel Aviv flight

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