BENGALURU: A large number of the 161 passengers on board an Air India flight heading to Male from New Delhi via Thiruvananthapuram ended up midway in Bengaluru after a delayed departure from Thiruvananthapuram.
NEW DELHI: Operations of 450 flights were affected at the Indira Gandhi International Airport on Friday morning due to dense fog in several parts of Delhi, an airport official said. Flight operations were hit between 5.30 am and 1 pm. “Around 97 per cent of these 450 flights were either departing or arriving beyond their…
BENGALURU: The detailed project report (DPR) of the Chitradurga-Mangaluru inter-corridor of NH-173 from Mudigere Handpost to Nelliyadi Junction has been finalised after much deliberation and discussion.
VISAKHAPATNAM: After good response to heli-tourism in the city during the festive season, the VMRDA is preparing a detailed project report for the heliport project, which will have a permanent helicopter in the city and operate it for multiple services, including as air ambulance, for rescue works, temple tourism and joyrides.
NEW DELHI: Aviation regulator DGCA on Thursday banned IndiGo and GoAir from operating their A320 neo planes to Port Blair in the wake of problems with their Pratt & Whitney engines.
Global airlines grouping IATA is “monitoring” the situation of the crisis-ridden Jet Airways but feels that the specific problems of an airline need to be solved by specific measures, its chief Alexandre de Juniac has said.
NEW DELHI: If the current trend in the Indian aviation market continues for the next two decades, air passenger traffic will grow sixfold to around 1.1 billion, according to a report released by Ministry of Civil Aviation on Tuesday. This comprises about 821 million domestic and 303 million international passengers (to and fro).
NEW DELHI: Shares of Jet Airways came under selling pressure Wednesday and slumped nearly 8 per cent amid uncertainty over the revival plan of the company.
HYDERABAD/NEW DELHI: Jet Airways on Wednesday said it was actively pursuing a comprehensive resolution plan with lenders to turn around the troubled airline, while also denying reports that Etihad Airways has set some pre-conditions for infusing the much-needed capital into the stricken airline.
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: The state government has asked the Centre to reconsider the addendum issued by the Airport Authority of India (AAI) in connection with privatisation of Trivandrum airport. The addendum issued by the AAI clarified Kerala will have to take part in the bidding as per the request for proposal (RFP) issued by the AAI and…