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  • Jet Airways Joins Fare War, Tickets from Rs 1,499

    Jet Airways Joins Fare War, Tickets from Rs 1,499

    Jet Airways has announced a special offer available on booking from August 1 to August 4, 2014. This offer is valid for domestic travel from September 1, 2014, and fares under this scheme start from Rs 1499, all inclusive.

  • China Lifts Air Control Measures Caused by Military Drills

    China Lifts Air Control Measures Caused by Military Drills

    China will on Friday lift air traffic control measures imposed to allow military drills and which have caused major delays and cancellations of flights, raising concerns over airline earnings.

  • US' Federal Aviation Administration Places New Restrictions on Flights Over Iraq

    US' Federal Aviation Administration Places New Restrictions on Flights Over Iraq

    The Federal Aviation Administration is restricting US airlines from flying at or below 30,000 feet (9,145 meters) over Iraq because of what it calls "the potentially hazardous situation created by the armed conflict" there.

  • Vijay Mallya Appears in Court in Income Tax Cases, Gets Bail

    Vijay Mallya Appears in Court in Income Tax Cases, Gets Bail

    The court directed Mallya to deposit Rs 1 lakh as cash surety in each case, bail bonds and solvent surety for the like sums and also to cooperate in the trial.

  • Court Questions Centre on Delay in Deciding on Kingfisher's Plea

    Court Questions Centre on Delay in Deciding on Kingfisher's Plea

    The Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked the Centre as to why it has not decided since March 2012 on a plea by Kingfisher Airlines for security clearance to appoint advocate Lalit Bhasin as a director.

  • SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    Budget airline SpiceJet Ltd said it was in talks with authorities to resolve tax-related issues after its shares tumbled on a newspaper report that the company had left employees unable to fill in tax returns on time.

  • Air India Staff Allegedly Found Smuggling Gold

    Air India Staff Allegedly Found Smuggling Gold

    Authorities have found 13 cases of gold smuggling by employees of the national carrier, Air India, over the past three years and the current year, the junior civil aviation minister said on Wednesday.

  • SpiceJet Plunges 18% on Financial Concerns

    SpiceJet Plunges 18% on Financial Concerns

    Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation has reportedly sought details on vender dues from the company to ascertain the airline's financial condition. The regulator is also doing an engineering audit of SpiceJet to determine the quali...

  • Girl Dies After Being Hit by Plane on Florida Beach

    Girl Dies After Being Hit by Plane on Florida Beach

    The 9-year-old girl, who was struck by a plane that crash-landed on a Florida beach and killed her father, also has died from her injuries, the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office said on Tuesday.

  • SpiceJet to 'Adjust Processes' to Handle Delay Scenarios Properly

    SpiceJet to 'Adjust Processes' to Handle Delay Scenarios Properly

    With aviation regulator DGCA directing SpiceJet to refund fares and food charges for all its passengers on a Mumbai-Delhi flight, the no-frills carrier today acknowledged its failure and promised to "adjust processes" to meet such situations in the f...

  • Avoiding Plane Crashes as Air Traffic Doubles

    Avoiding Plane Crashes as Air Traffic Doubles

    More travellers are flying than ever before, creating a daunting challenge for airlines: keep passengers safe in an ever more crowded airspace.

  • China Braces for More Flight Delays

    China Braces for More Flight Delays

    Eastern China was bracing for more flight delays on Tuesday, with reports saying Shanghai's main airports would be down to 25 percent capacity after aviation authorities warned of busy airspace.

  • Airlines to Push For Independent Guidance on Airspace Safety

    Airlines to Push For Independent Guidance on Airspace Safety

    Global airlines will push to get "neutral information" on whether to use or avoid airspace over conflict zones at Tuesday's meeting of the U.N. aviation agency and other airline bodies, a European-based airline industry source said.

  • SpiceJet to Refund Fares for Mumbai-Delhi Delayed Flight

    SpiceJet to Refund Fares for Mumbai-Delhi Delayed Flight

    In a first-of-its-kind action, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has directed SpiceJet to refund fare to all passengers of a Mumbai-Delhi flight that was delayed by about five hours last month, officials said on Monday.

  • Malaysia Airlines Mulling Name Change to Boost Reputation: Report

    Malaysia Airlines Mulling Name Change to Boost Reputation: Report

    Reeling under the pressure of two catastrophic aviation tragedies, Malaysia Airlines is mulling a name change and restructuring of routes in a bid to repair its reputation, a media report has said.

  • Air India Systems Integration with Star Alliance: SITA Completes Technical Requisites

    Air India Systems Integration with Star Alliance: SITA Completes Technical Requisites

    Global aviation IT firm SITA today said it has completed a variety of technical requisites for Air India to integrate its systems with that of Star Alliance, including those concerning ticketing, e-commerce, departure control and revenue integrity

  • GoAir Q1 Traffic Up 21% to 1.7 Million on Non-Metro Push

    GoAir Q1 Traffic Up 21% to 1.7 Million on Non-Metro Push

    Wadias' promoted budget carrier GoAir has recorded a 21 per cent growth in traffic on the back of capacity addition and an expanded route network in non-metro markets in the first quarter of the fiscal.

  • Judge Rejects Lawsuit over Amelia Earhart Search

    Judge Rejects Lawsuit over Amelia Earhart Search

    A US judge on Friday dismissed a man's claims that an aircraft recovery group secretly found wreckage of aviation pioneer Amelia Earhart's missing airplane in the South Pacific but kept it quiet so it could continue raising funds for the search.

  • Nigeria to Screen Airline Travellers for Ebola

    Nigeria to Screen Airline Travellers for Ebola

    Nigerian officials say they are screening passengers arriving from foreign countries for symptoms of Ebola, after a traveller from Liberia died of the contagious disease in Lagos.

  • China Announces Live Fire Drills in the East China Sea

    China Announces Live Fire Drills in the East China Sea

    China today announced that it will conduct a series of live fire training drills next week in the contested waters of the East China Sea, where it is locked in a bitter maritime dispute with Japan.

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