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In a move that could boost affordable direct connectivity between India and distant continents, the government has conditionally relaxed the rule of allowing Indian carriers to wet lease aircraft (hire with entire operating crew) for a maximum of six months by doubling that period to a year. Accordingly, IndiGo can now wet lease two twin […]Continue Reading
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India’s aviation sector is expanding rapidly and the overall fleet size is expected to almost double in the next five years, said Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, reports ANI. Speaking at industry body Assocham’s CEOs roundtable on Tuesday, Scindia said, “In five years, we are looking at 1,200 fleet size in the country which will […]Continue Reading
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Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said there needs to be anchor airlines at particular airports, more wide body aircraft as well as synergy between domestic and international departures to have an international aviation hub in India. The country’s civil aviation sector is on the recovery path after being hit hard by the coronavirus pandemic and […]Continue Reading
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Union Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia on Tuesday granted the first type certificate under the new drone rules, which was issued on August 25 last year, to IoTechWorld Avigation. “Under the Drone Rules 2021, a type certificate is issued for specific type of unmanned aircraft system (drone) by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on […]Continue Reading
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Aviation minister Jyotiraditya Scindia agreed to look into complaints of airlines charging extra for boarding pass. Responding to a tweet tagging him that complained about SpiceJet, Scindia responded, “Agreed, will examine this asap!” Many have complained on the social media site that some airlines, while insisting on a web check-in, charges extra from Continue Reading
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