Airlines

Boeing 737 Max: Challenging times ahead

Boeing 737 Max: Challenging times ahead

April 22, 2019

Last month’s crash of Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max aircraft brings the focus back on the safety of technologies in today’s fly-by-wire aircraft.

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India shows a strong presence at WTM London 2018

India shows a strong presence at WTM London 2018

November 15, 2018

While a multitude of travel and tourism professionals attended WTM 2018 event and discussed about the latest trends, campaigns and issues of negative tourism, the Indian Pavilion offered niche tourism products like adventure, yoga and Ayurveda with its new Incredible India 2.0 ca...

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Biometric self-boarding systems to chip in at Bengaluru airport

Biometric self-boarding systems to chip in at Bengaluru airport

October 9, 2018

Indian flyers will soon find shorter queues and have a seamless journey without obstacles or hassles from stepping into the Kempegowda International Airport (KIA) up to the boarding point.

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IACC promotes India as both inbound and outbound destination

IACC promotes India as both inbound and outbound destination

September 21, 2018

IACC, an apex bilateral chamber synergising India-US economic engagement, promotes travel and tourism with a spotlight on north Bengal & north east as a choice of favoured destination.  The Indo American Chamber of Commerce (IACC) , organised the second series of conference ...

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India’s big, bold aviation rush

India’s big, bold aviation rush

November 22, 2017

Keeping up with the record of being the fastest growing aviation market, India witnessed a massive surge in domestic air traffic during the festive month of October. Reportedly, it was the highest-ever number of domestic flyers noted in the country.

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How Airports Make Money in India?

How Airports Make Money in India?

October 31, 2017

The understanding of sustained financial health in the Indian aviation sector, especially at airports, still remains a challenge in India. With non-aeronautical revenue such as retail or advertising coming to rescue over the years, it is quite intriguing to appreciate how the Ind...

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Soaring air fares in flood-hit Bengal

Soaring air fares in flood-hit Bengal

August 23, 2017

The air fares to the flood affected parts of North Bengal and bordering Bihar are seeing an all time high amidst a disaster that has left it disconnected and inaccessible via the railways or roadways, making the bag heavy for the airline companies.

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SATTE 2017 – A Report

SATTE 2017 – A Report

February 18, 2017

South Asia Travel and Tourism Exchange (SATTE) 2017, the leading B2B event hosted in Pragati Maidan, New Delhi, attracted a huge crowd in its 24th year with a multitude of exhibitors, national and state tourism boards, startups and never-ending business opportunities.

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Tourism Authority of Thailand organises four-city Luxury Roadshow

Tourism Authority of Thailand organises four-city Luxury Roadshow

November 28, 2016

Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) recently organised its annual exclusive ‘Amazing Thailand Luxury Roadshow 2016’. This is the 4th year in succession that such a show has been organised to promote luxury products and services in Thailand. The event was held at The Imperial ...

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New Aviation Policy reduces cancellation charges in India

New Aviation Policy reduces cancellation charges in India

July 14, 2016

The air passengers in India have something to cheer up, as the new civil aviation policy is coming into force from August 1. The revised policy caps the cancellation charges and bar airlines to levy additional changes.

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Red carpet for foreign funds

Red carpet for foreign funds

June 21, 2016

The Government of India announced liberalisation of the Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) system by easing norms for a couple of important sectors including defence, food retail, aviation and pharmaceuticals.

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Finally, India gives wings to its aviation sector

Finally, India gives wings to its aviation sector

June 16, 2016

After a delay of over a decade, India has unveiled its new civil aviation policy, which aims to overhaul the civil aviation sector, by focusing on four pillars of competition, connectivity, consumers and global investments.

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