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VISTARA to add 50 Airbus A320neo Family aircraft to fleet : Source Airbus

VISTARA, has signed a letter of Intent (LoI) for 13 A320neo aircraft to add to its existing portfolio of 21 Airbus aeroplanes, reconfirming the appeal of the best-selling […]

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Crisis in the cockpit: Indian carriers stare at pilot shortage

Mumbai:Indian carriers face pilot shortages with deliveries underway of as many as 1,000 planes that have been ordered until 2030. Over the next year or so, as many […]

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PROBLEMS WITH ENGINE-A320 – NEO

If you’re flying within India, there is at least a 70% chance you will be on an Airbus plane. Its workhorse is the Airbus A320, now among the […]

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IndiGo remains top airline in India with 41% market share in May

Jet Airways (13.7% market share), Air India (12.8%), SpiceJet (12.3%) and GoAir made up the top five in India’s aviation sector, DGCA data showed Mumbai: Low-fare airline IndiGo (Interglobe […]

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Vistara becomes eligible for International Ops; receives 21st Aircraft

The airline has received its new aircraft an Airbus A320neo powered by CFM engines. Present regulations mandate a domestic airline to have a minimum of 20 aircraft to […]

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GET READY FOR RADA, FIRST ROBOT AT INDIAN AIRPORTS TO BE DEPLOYED BY VISTARA

HIGHLIGHTS At present, RADA can scan Boarding Passes and provide information on Departure Gates, Weather Conditions of Destination City and Real Time Flight Status. NEW DELHI: Now, robots may […]

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Airlines to oppose Aviation Ministry’s draft proposal on rights of Air Passengers: Report

NEW DELHI : Days after the Civil Aviation Ministry came out with its draft proposal defining the rights of air passengers, the airlines are up in arms against several […]

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A look at the key pressure points for India’s aviation sector

These are interesting times for India’s aviation industry. All kinds of news are making headlines. The resignation of Indigo CEO Aditya Ghosh sent its stock tumbling. GoAir is […]

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Vistara becomes member of International Air Transport Association

Vistara, the joint venture carrier between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines, Thursday said it has become a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA), a global body […]

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Civil Aviation Ministry could have a re-look into the high compensation

New Delhi: The Civil Aviation Ministry could have a re – look into the draft citizen charter that has proposed to increase compensation to Rs 20,000 for passengers who […]

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