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Airports authority staff join e-revolution

The Airports Authority of India (AAI), a miniratna (category-I) public Sector Enterprise entered in to an agreement with NIIT on 29.09.2015 to impart MS Office and computer fundamental training to

Rough weather ahead for UDAN

Come January 2017, and you will be able to fly from Jamnagar to Ahmedabad or Allahabad to Gorakhpur… or so claims the government. The Modi government’s ambitious regional connectivity

Aviation ministry to opt balance scorecard model to review PSUs’ performance

The civil aviation ministry is contemplating to begin the performance of public sector undertakings (PSUs) under its aegis on a balance scorecard methodology to put an end to the conventional ways

Plan of exchanging AAI’s land with Bihar govt approved

The centre has approved the proposal to transfer 11.35 acres of land to airports authority of India (AAI) by way of exchanging equivalent land of AAI with Bihar government to expand the Patna airpo

Pune airport gets highest service quality rating

The Pune airport has achieved the highest airports council international-airport service quality ACI-ASQ rating of 4.78 and is ranked 29th in the world, followed by Lucknow’s Chaudhary Char

22 fully functional airports don’t handle a single scheduled flight

As many as 22 operational airports owned and managed by Airports Authority of India in the country do not have scheduled flight operations. However, most of these airports are used for general avia

Why Mumbai’s high-flying dreams are grounded

By all accounts Mumbai is a high-flying city. Except on one. It just doesn’t have enough land to, well, safely land the ever-growing tribe of globetrotters. The city is adding close t

Flying start for UDAN, but there could be rough weather ahead

PM Narendra Modi’s yet another niftily acronymed scheme, UDAN – short for Ude ‘Desh Ka Aam Naagrik’ and otherwise called ‘Regional Connectivity Scheme’ in offici





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