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New guidelines soon for privatisation of <strong>airport</strong> operations

New guidelines soon for privatisation of airport operations

27 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: The Centre is in the process of finalising guidelines for bringing operations and management of some airports under the Public-Private-Partnership model, Civil Aviation Secretary V Somasundaram has said.

AAI,   PPP model,   Civil Aviation Secretary,   V Somasundaram,  
Security remains high at Kochi <strong>airport</strong>

Security remains high at Kochi airport

25 Oct 2014

Kochi: Security remained high at the Kochi airport for the second day on Saturday in the wake of a threat of a bomb explosion or a possible suicide attack on a flight on the Mumbai-Kochi sector and a review will take place on Monday.

Security,   Kochi airport,   airport,   bomb blast,   terror attack,   ,  
Star Alliance to develop Delhi, Mumbai airports as seamless hubs

Star Alliance to develop Delhi, Mumbai airports as seamless hubs

21 Oct 2014

Frankfurt: Airports at Delhi and Mumbai would be developed as 'seamless hubs' by the 27-member airline grouping Star Alliance and work on it may start next year itself, a top alliance official has said.

Star Alliance,   Delhi airport,   Mumbai airport,   airport,   ,  
MoEF gives nod for expansion, development of Hubli <strong>airport</strong>

MoEF gives nod for expansion, development of Hubli airport

22 Oct 2014

Hyderabad: An Expert Appraisal Committee under the Ministry of Environment and Forests (MoEF) has accorded green signal to the expansion and development of an airport at Hubli in Karnataka.

Ministry of Environment and Forests,   MoEF,   Hubli airport,   Hubli,   Airports Authority of India,   AAI,   Environmental issues ,  
More places will be connected to Vizag <strong>airport</strong>: Gajapathi Raju

More places will be connected to Vizag airport: Gajapathi Raju

18 Oct 2014

New Delhi: A day after flight operations resumed from the cyclone-affected Vishakhapatnam airport, Union Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Saturday said that the coastal city in Andhra Pradesh would be connected with more places.

Vizag airport,   Gajapathi Raju,   Andhra Pradesh,   cyclone Hudhud,   Hudhud,   TDP,  
Bomb threat to Air India flight sparks security alert

Bomb threat to Air India flight sparks security alert

24 Oct 2014

Kochi: A threat of a bomb explosion or a possible suicide attack on an Air India flight from Mumbai sparked an alert here with authorities beefing up security at the international airport.

Air India flight,   Bomb threat,   NIA,   Kochi,   A K C Nair,   international airport,   Bomb threat to Air India flight ,  
Britain to expand Ebola screening beyond London

Britain to expand Ebola screening beyond London

18 Oct 2014

London: British health authorities have said that screening of passengers arriving from regions affected by the Ebola outbreak will be extended to the Manchester and Birmingham airports.

British health authorities,   Britain,   Ebola screening,   Ebola,   London,   passengers screening,   Manchester airport,   Birmingham airport,   Heathrow Airport,   WHO,  
China renovates World War II <strong>airport</strong> for cloud seeding

China renovates World War II airport for cloud seeding

14 Oct 2014

Beijing: China has renovated a US-built World War II-era airport to use it as a base to step up cloud seeding to beat the drought in central Hunan province, the country's largest rice producer.

China,   WWII,   WWII airport,   Drought problems,   Zhijiang Airport,   Chihchiang Airfield,   ,  
Azam Khan questioned at IGI <strong>airport</strong> for carrying live bullets

Azam Khan questioned at IGI airport for carrying live bullets

16 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Uttar Pradesh Urban Development Minister Azam Khan was stopped by security officials at the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) after he was found carrying four live rounds of bullets in his hand baggage before boarding a flight to Lucknow.

Uttar Pradeshm Urban Development Minister,   Azam Khan,   Security officials,   Indira Gandhi International Airport,   IGIA,   Bullets,   Azam Khan Airport,  
Boca virus sets off Ebola scare in Chinese city

Boca virus sets off Ebola scare in Chinese city

18 Oct 2014

Beijing: Boca virus, a respiratory disease prevalent in China, has set off panic in the Chinese city of Shenzhen with people mistaking it for Ebola, media reports said.

Boca virus,   China,   Ebola scare,   Ebola epidemic,   Ebola scare,   China airport Ebola scare,   Ebola panic on Chinese airport,  

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