civil aviation

Who will buy Air India?

Who will buy Air India?

July 28, 2017

Amidst speculation to find the right strategic investor for Air India, the flagship carrier of India, the government is set to consider bids from investors who have a suitable understanding of the aviation business.

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Need for Consolidation

Need for Consolidation

June 14, 2017

India is perhaps the only major country that holds two separate air shows dedicated to military and civil aviation. It is time to merge the two. It is well known that the two premier air shows of the world are the Farnborough International Air Show in the United Kingdom (UK) and ...

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Jet Airways, Aeromexico sign MoU for codeshare on European network

Jet Airways, Aeromexico sign MoU for codeshare on European network

June 12, 2017

Jet Airways and Aeromexico, the flag carrier airline of Mexico have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for cooperation in the areas of enabling code-share flights and frequent flyer programmes. The MoU was signed by Jet Airways’ Chairman Naresh Goyal and Aeromexico’s ...

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Asia’s first Airbus training centre to be set up in New Delhi

Asia’s first Airbus training centre to be set up in New Delhi

March 23, 2017

Asia’s first Greenfield training facility is being set up by the European aviation major Airbus, which aims to support India’s growing need for airbus aircraft pilots and maintenance engineers.

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India to benefit as global airline industry gears up for a stronger 2017

India to benefit as global airline industry gears up for a stronger 2017

December 20, 2016

While the global airline industry is poised to witness the all-time highest absolute profit in 2016, India with its new civil aviation policies emerges to be a wealth of opportunities over the next year.

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International airlines desire to fly on domestic Indian routes

International airlines desire to fly on domestic Indian routes

October 24, 2016

As major foreign players in the airline industry show increasing interest in India's regional air connectivity, the aim of the present government to make flying affordable looks achievable; however, the essential need is still to pass the litmus test.

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Amul producing ads with a twist for decades

Amul producing ads with a twist for decades

September 12, 2016

Amul Cooperative,reportedly the world's 13th largest dairy company, has had a long history of producing socially relevant advertisements based on the happenings in and around India. Whether it is politics, social issues or simple pop culture reference, Amul hasn’t disappointed ...

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India to set up investment desk to boost tourism infrastructure

India to set up investment desk to boost tourism infrastructure

July 28, 2016

India is setting up a special desk to harness the enormous investment opportunities offered by the tourism sector in India which will be jointly set up by the Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion (DIPP) and Invest India.

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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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