GMR Hyderabad Airport Cargo launches 'HC3 Hyderabad Cargo Charter Circle'
Hyderabad International Airport has witnessed an encouraging demand for cargo charters in the segments like pharmaceuticals, engineering goods, telecom, defence and aerospace commodities.
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Talking to regulators in India to understand modalities, constraints for aerial taxi service: Uber
Uber has already named Dallas and Los Angeles as its first two launch cities in the US and has been on the prowl to select an international city as its third partner.
Delhi High Court stays Centre's decision to reject security clearance to air charter
"Is demonetisation affecting all the government policies? Where does it give you the power to cancel the licence? The money did not belong to them," Justice Sanjeev Sachdeva said.
Air charter operators oppose DGCA proposal
Such a proposal would also force several non-scheduled operators (NSOPs) to shut shop and lead to major job losses, BAOA said.
3 aircraft fleet to be mandatory for commercial air charter operators
Air charter firms, NSOPs and others concerned have been asked to submit their comments on the proposed changes in the rules by November 12.
Blizzard of rules by the aviation regulator DGCA threaten to 'kill’ air charter companies
At the heart of the problem with DGCA’s new rules is a confusion over setting standards. The FAA wants India to adhere to the standards established by ICAO.
Government to review rules governing air charters, non-scheduled operations
The decision was taken at a recent meeting which Civil Aviation Secretary Ashok Lavasa and other top officials had with business aviation operators here.
DGCA tightens noose on air charter firms flying politicians
With the DGCA cracking the whip on air charter firms flouting safety norms, the companies busy flying politicians for poll campaign would be answerable.
Licence of Shahid Balwa's private air charter firm suspended
The licence of 2G scam accused Shahid Balwa's private air charter firm has been suspended following a safety audit carried out by the ICAO.
Poll campaigning helps boost business of air charter service firms like Invision Air and others by 40%
Business has surged 30%-40% ahead of the Lok Sabha polls, some operators say, as more politicians take to the skies to rustle up support.
Indian air charter operators including Tata, Reliance want DGCA to lift ban on international flights
Close to 20 Indian air charter operators will meet the DGCA to request the aviation regulator to lift the recent ban on all their international flights.
Air charter not just for Ambanis and Bachchans
Charting a plane works out cheaper. For instance, a Delhi-Kuala Lumpur trip will cost Rs 9 lakh (for a 7-seater plane) while a Delhi-Tirupati trip will cost Rs 3 lakh.
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