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PM unveils ambitious transportation projects in Jammu worth INR 32,000cr

PM unveils ambitious transportation projects in Jammu worth INR 32,000cr

In a transformative move aimed at bolstering infrastructure and connectivity, Prime Minister Narendra Modi inaugurated a series of ambitious development projects in Jammu on February 20. The multi-faceted initiatives, collectively valued at over INR 32,000

Outbound
India emerges as ACT’s second largest inbound market to Canberra

India emerges as ACT’s second largest inbound market to Canberra

CM leads delegation to Delhi & Mumbai for promoting aviation & tourism Andrew Barr, the Chief Minister of the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) is in India to promote the destination area across a range of

Aviation
TransNusa Rebrands, Offering Premium Service Worldwide

TransNusa Rebrands, Offering Premium Service Worldwide

  TransNusa Airline, a subsidiary of Linkasia Airlines Group and PT Panca Global International Indonesia, has undergone a transformation, rebranding itself as a Premium Service Carrier on a global scale. Established in 2005, TransNusa ceased

Aviation
Domestic air passenger traffic reached 13.1 million in January 2024

Domestic air passenger traffic reached 13.1 million in January 2024

  In January, an estimated 13.1 million people travelled by air in India, marking a 4.7% increase from the previous year. This number represented a decline from December's record high of 13.8 million. The drop

Aviation
Mumbai Airport Takes Off with Fewer Flights to Ease Congestion and Delays

Mumbai Airport Takes Off with Fewer Flights to Ease Congestion and Delays

  Facing growing congestion and flight delays, the Indian government has directed Mumbai airport to streamline its operations by reducing scheduled flights and restricting business jet movements during peak hours. This move, impacting around 40

Aviation
Most aviation executives anticipate elevated levels of flight disruption: Amadeus Research

Most aviation executives anticipate elevated levels of flight disruption: Amadeus Research

  Airlines and airports identify 'brand damage' and 'increased costs' as the primary consequences of ongoing disruptions, urging the need for improved integrated systems and collaborative platform technology for a more effective response. Recent data

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