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Government relaxes FDI norms in <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong>, defence, pharma

Government relaxes FDI norms in civil aviation, defence, pharma

20 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Government today relaxed Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) norms in a host of sectors including civil aviation, single-brand retail, defence and pharma by permitting more investments under automatic route.

Government of India,   NDA,   FDI,   FDI in India,   Civil aviation,   single-brand retail,   defence,   pharma,   Finance Ministry,   Arun Jaitley,   Business news ,  
<strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Policy: Now pay Rs 2500 for one hour flight

Civil Aviation Policy: Now pay Rs 2500 for one hour flight

16 Jun 2016

New Delhi: In a bid to infuse fresh life in the aviation sector, the government yesterday sanctioned many reforms, including fixing maximum airfare for an hour and half-an-hour at Rs 25,00 and Rs 1,250 respectively.

Civil aviation policy,   Achche din,   Air passengers,   Flight,   Aviation sector,   Airfare,   Latest Nation News,  
<strong>Aviation</strong> ministry steps in to regulate fare refunds

Aviation ministry steps in to regulate fare refunds

11 Jun 2016

New Delhi: Taking a serious note of the indiscriminate policies followed by airlines on flight cancellations, the Civil Aviation Ministry today announced a host of steps to rein them in and said such charges can't exceed the base fare.

Civil Aviation Ministry,   Civil Aviation Ministry Indiscriminate Policies,   Civil Aviation Policies,   Civil Aviation Minister,   P Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Latest Business News ,  
New <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong> policy gets delayed; likely in early next fiscal

New civil aviation policy gets delayed; likely in early next fiscal

16 Mar 2016

Hyderabad: The new civil aviation policy is expected to be finalised early next financial year with the government still working on certain issues including those related to the 5/20 international flying norm.

civil aviation policy,   5/20 rule,   5/20 norms,   changes in aviation policy,   airlines,   latest Business News,  
'Capping' airfares will push ticket prices higher: <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

'Capping' airfares will push ticket prices higher: Civil Aviation Minister

02 Feb 2016

New Delhi: Putting "floors and caps" on airfares will push the ticket prices higher as competition among airlines has kept the fares lower, Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said today.

Capping airfares,   Civil Aviation Minister on capping airfares,   ticket charges,   Latest Business News,  
Government trying to formulate <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong> policy by year end

Government trying to formulate civil aviation policy by year end

20 Nov 2015

New Delhi: The government is trying to put in place the new civil aviation policy by end of this year after consultations, Union Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said today.

Civil Aviation Policy,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju,   Indian Aviation,   Latest India News,  
New <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong> policy to be finalised shortly: Minister

New civil aviation policy to be finalised shortly: Minister

26 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government is likely to finalise the new civil aviation policy shortly, Minister of State for civil aviation Mahesh Sharma said on Thursday.

Mahesh Sharma ,   civil aviation policy,   civil aviation ministry,   Draft Civil Aviation policy ,  
RDGs are under active consideration: <strong>Civil</strong> <strong>Aviation</strong> Minister

RDGs are under active consideration: Civil Aviation Minister

03 Mar 2015

New Delhi: Government is actively considering revising the 5-20 rule to allow Indian carriers to fly abroad and the Route Dispersal Guidelines (RDGs), which make it mandatory for them to operate to remote parts of the country like the Northeast and Jammu and Kashmir.

RDG,   Route Dispersal Guidelines,   Civil Aviation Minister,   Indian carriers,   Ashok Gajapathi Raju ,  
New <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong> policy likely by next week

New civil aviation policy likely by next week

04 Feb 2015

Mumbai: Aviation Ministry is hopeful of coming out with a new policy next week with a focus to make the country an international hub for air transport.

Aviation Ministry,   Civil Aviation Policy,   Air Asia India,   Singapore Airlines,   Business Jets,  
Odisha to upgrade airstrips to promote <strong>civil</strong> <strong>aviation</strong>

Odisha to upgrade airstrips to promote civil aviation

10 Jan 2015

Bhubaneswar: Odisha is in the process of upgrading several airstrips in different districts. The government has conducted a feasibility study and is in consultation with aircraft operators to fly to these airstrips to ferry tourists and entrepreneurs.

Odisha airstrips,   civil aviation,   aircraft operators,   promote civil aviation ,  

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