Spicejet to connect Shirdi via Aurangabad as airport remains shut
Spicejet connects Shirdi with Delhi, Chennai, Hyderabad and Bengaluru and since November 14 its operations had been suspended when the airport also was shuttered due to low visibility.
British Airways says flights hit by glitch
BA warned that there would be knock-on delays -- but declined to comment on the nature of the prob...
Virgin Atlantic to start second daily flight on London-Delhi route from March 29
"Virgin Atlantic will introduce a second daily service betwe...
150 Indians deported from US land at Delhi airport
These Indians have either violated their visa norms or were illegal immigrants.
No more daytime flights as Kochi airport work is set to begin
Since almost all services have already been re- scheduled between 6 PM and 10 AM, the project period would see cancellation of only five services during the major runway re-surfacing period, a statement from the airport said on Monday.
Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher House to go under the hammer again
The Debts Recovery Tribunal has announced a new auction date of Nov 27 through an online bidding process, for the beleaguered property. From the original reserve price of Rs 135 cr during the first auction of the property -- valued at around Rs 150 cr in 2016 -- for the 8th auction this time, the reserve price is fixed at a staggeringly low of just Rs 54 cr.
Air India to start flying on Mumbai-Nairobi route from November 27
The four-times-a-week non-stop fight will be operated on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays with a 256 seat Boeing 787 in two-class configuration, business and economy, the airline said in a release. Air India will be the only domestic carrier to operate to Kenya from India
GoAir inks pact with Emirates National Oil Company for jet fuel
A wholly-owned entity of the Dubai government, ENOC at present covers more than 200 airports across 25 countries, supplying more than three million US gallons (USGs) of jet fuel to a diversified portfolio of carriers in the UAE and internationally, with more than 300 fuellings each day, according to a release.
DIAL gets green nod for Rs 1,310-cr commercial building project in Aerocity
The Delhi International Airport Ltd (DIAL), a GMR-led consortium, has received green nod from the Environment Ministry for the development of two commercial buildings in Aerocity at an investment of about Rs 1,310 crore
Prestige Group buys 29% in DB realty project
This is the second transaction between Prestige and DB Realty. Last month, the Bengaluru- headquartered firm had entered in to a joint venture with DB Realty to develop a hospitality-led mixed use project spread over 7.7 acres land parcel in Delhi’s Aerocity. The Bandra located property is valuedat about Rs 2,100 crore.
DGCA probes GoAir incident at Bengaluru airport; summons pilots
A source said the Airbus plane had touched the unpaved surface outside the runway after landing and the pilot took off again. The aircraft was diverted to Hyderabad. Reportedly, the flight carrying around 170 passengers was being flown by an expat pilot. The fligt was later diverted to Hyderabad.
CCI okays Adani's 23.5% buy in Mumbai International Airport
Adani Properties Private Limited is set to acquire 13.5% stake in MIAL from Bid Services Division (Mauritius) Limited and 10% stake from ACSA Global Limited.
Realty hot spot series: Proximity to IT hubs, malls is the main draw of this Bengaluru locality
This locality has emerged as a significant information technology (IT) hub. The nearby IT centres are Manyata Tech Park, Kirloskar Tech Park, etc. The locality is 25 km away from the airport and 2 km from the nearest railway station.
CCI approves Adani's 23.5% stake-buy in Mumbai International Airport
As per the combination notice filed with CCI, the transaction involves acquisition of shares through two separate share purchase agreements. While Adani is buying 13.5 per cent stake in Mumbai International Airport from Bid Services Division, the rest 10 per cent has been acquired from ACSA, as per the notice said.
US court rules against airport searches of phones, laptops
Tuesday’s ruling in US District Court came in a lawsuit filed by the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation on behalf of 11 travellers whose smartphones and laptops were searched without individualised suspicion at US ports of entry.
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