Air passenger traffic rises close to 4% in November
The 12 domestic carriers including full-service carriers Air India and Vistara and budget carriers Indigo, Spicejet, Goair and AirAsia India together had flown 11.6 million passengers in November. The cumulative domestic passenger traffic in the January-November period of the current calendar year stood at 131.11 million up from 126.28 million in 2018.
Air pollution: Environmental organisations urge PM to declare national health emergency
As pollution levels in the entire north India rose al...
Govt to sell 100% stake in Air India as part of disinvestment
The government has decided to sell its entire 100 per cent stake in Air India under the proposed disinvestment process, Union minister Harde...
Air purifiers’ seasonal sales fox manufacturers
Manufacturers and retailers say the season begins after Diwali and peaks when pollution is in the headlines in newspapers and television. Once these fade, sales subside. The market is worth Rs 200-230 crore, growing at about 15-20% annually, with over 50 brands jostling for business, making this one of the most populated electronics categories in the country.
Thick smog envelops Delhi as air quality remains 'very poor'
New Delhi, Dec 12 (ANI): National capital observed a smoggy morning on Dec 12. A thick bed of smog wrapped India Gate. Major pollutant PM 2....
'Bigg Boss', 'Kabir Singh', Abhinandan & Sara Ali Khan: All things Indian that were most searched in Pakistan in 2019
Singer Adnan Sami also featured on Google's 'Year in Search' in Pakistan.
Maithri Aquatech’s water generators just need air to produce freshwater
Ever heard of generating fresh water from the air around us? Hyderabad-based Maithri Aquatech has developed an atmospheric water generator that can be the panacea to our water scarcity woes. This startup's water generators just needs air, only 0.3 units of energy to produce 1 litre of freshwater at less than Rs 2 cost.
Disinvestment of Air India should improve competition within the aviation sector: IATA official
Moreover, the official said that the Jet Airways' bankruptcy - which happened in April this year - does raise questions on the sustainability of the Indian aviation sector.
US reprimanded Pakistan for misusing F-16s: Report
"While we understand from you that these aircraft movements were done in support of national defense objectives, the US government considers the relocation of aircraft to non-US government authorised bases concerning and inconsistent with the F-16 Letter of Offer and Acceptance," Andrea Thompson, said in his letter.
Govt to sell 100% stake in Air India, says Union minister Hardeep Singh Puri
"AISAM has approved the 100 per cent sale of Government of India stake in Air India for the re-initiated strategic disinvestment of Air India," Minister of State for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha. The national carrier, which has a debt burden of more than Rs 50,000 crore, has been making loss for long and as part of revival efforts, the government has decided on disinvestment.
Cold morning in Delhi, air quality remains 'very poor'
Delhiites woke up to a cold Wednesday morning with the minimum temperature settling at 7.9 degrees Celsius, a notch below the season's average.
Love Is In The Air: Celebrities Who Tied The Knot In 2019
From Sophie Turner and Joe Jonas's impromptu Vegas wedding to Rafael Nadal and Maria Francisca Perello's stunning nuptials at a Spanish fort...
IATA revises down 2019 airline profits, sees stability in 2020
Airline net profits are now expected to fall to $25.9 billion from $27.3 billion last year, before recovering to $29.3 billion in 2020, the International Air Transport Association said. In June it had forecast $28 billion in profit for 2019.
Air India seeks Rs 2,400 cr government guarantee to raise funds
Faced with acute financial crunch, Air India has sought Rs 2,400 crore guarantee from the government to raise fresh funds to mainly meet its operational requirements, according to an official.
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