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PTI
February 27, 2021
\"If a mutation or variant of the virus comes in, by the time we open our summer schedule by April we will have our full pre-COVID-19 level of domestic traffic or even higher,\" says Minister of State for Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri


PTI
February 5, 2021
Indian airlines are currently carrying 60 per cent of the total pre-COVID domestic passengers and this is better than most countries in the world, Remi Maillard, President and Managing Director, Airbus India and South Asia said in an interview


Manu Kaushik
November 13, 2020
Analysts believe that airlines are currently operating at 50-55 per cent capacity on the domestic segment, and they are hoping that by the end of 2020, the domestic capacity should reach 75-80 per cent


PTI
Washington, October 11, 2013
Finance Minister P Chidambaram has supported Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh's suggestion on doing away with a rule that bars Indian carriers from flying abroad unless they complete five years of service and own a 20-aircraft fleet.


Manisha Singhal
September 30, 2013
Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines come together again after a decade and a half. Analysts say the new airlines will increase competition for the existing players.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, August 6, 2013
According to sources, representatives from both the airlines are doing the rounds of the civil aviation ministry to get a first-hand feel of regulatory hurdles and other impediments that could come their way so that they can avoid the pitfalls of the Jet-Etihad case.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, August 13, 2012
The lives of passengers were put at risk on at least 22 occasions since June 2011 in \"near miss\" incidents of aircraft coming too close to each other, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation reveals in response to an Right to Information query.


BT Online Bureau
New Delhi, January 14, 2012
Fourteen flights of Air India were disrupted on Saturday after 40 of its pilots reported sick as part of their 'work to rule' stir against the management's failure to pay allowances.


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