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    What visa ban will cost India?

    Business | March 14, 2020 16:12 IST

    Amid rising COVID 19 cases and to contain the spread of the deadly virus in the country, India has suspended tourist visas until April 15. Moreover, people arriving in the country especially from seven specific countries will be quarantined as a precautionary measure. Here's how it will cost India.

  • 2015 the year ahead in aviation

    2015: The year ahead in aviation

    January 08, 2015 18:03 IST

    New Delhi: 2014 was an eventful year for the aviation sector in the country, with two new airlines getting licences to fly, a fare war, the humiliating FAA downgrade of Indian aviation safety to Category-II,

  • know the careers you can pursue in aviation industry

    Know the careers you can pursue in aviation industry

    India | December 30, 2013 6:57 IST

    New Delhi: Careers in the aviation industry are much sought after as they are very well paid. Not too many people go in for careers in aviation as the courses are very expensive.However with student

  • aviation industry vulnerable to cyber attacks iata

    Aviation industry vulnerable to cyber attacks: IATA

    November 17, 2013 16:47 IST

    New Delhi: Faced with cyber security threats, the aviation industry, which has spent over US$ 100 billion on security since 9/11, should share best practices and partner with governments to adapt to new challenges and

  • air india to lower free baggage allowance from 20 kg to 15

    Air India to lower free baggage allowance from 20 kg to 15 kg

    India | May 06, 2013 21:17 IST

    New Delhi, May 6: Air India would lower the free baggage allowance from 20 to 15 kgs on the domestic sector and start charging a flat rate of about Rs 200-250 per kilo on excess

  • govt to launch process of allowing foreign airlines 49

    Govt To Launch Process Of Allowing Foreign Airlines 49% Stake In Indian Carriers

    January 17, 2012 20:27 IST

    New Delhi, Jan 17: Accepting a major demand of the cash-strapped aviation industry, the government today said it would soon launch the process to allow foreign airlines 49 per cent stake in Indian carriers.A meeting