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AAI extends credit facility to SpiceJet till 31st December

AAI extends credit facility to SpiceJet till 31st December

20 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Cash-strapped SpiceJet's troubles seem to be far from over as the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has agreed to extend credit facility to the airline only for 15 days till December 31.

Airports Authority of India,   AAI,   SpiceJet,   Civil Aviation,   AAI-run airport,   credit facility,   airline ,  
After SpiceJet, government mulls relief package for airlines

After SpiceJet, government mulls relief package for airlines

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With SpiceJet passing through a turbulent phase, Civil Aviation Ministry is likely to push for granting infrastructure status to the aviation industry to enable it to access finances at cheaper rates and ease the cash crunch.

SpiceJet,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   Ministry of Finance,   PMO,   Corporate Affairs Ministry ,  
Will supply fuel only on immediate payment: Oil companies to Spicejet

Will supply fuel only on immediate payment: Oil companies to Spicejet

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: With troubled Spicejet having grounded its flights, oil companies have made it clear that the budget carrier will get fuel only on immediate payments, as the airline is on 'cash and carry' mode.

Flight operations,   SpiceJet,   jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry ,  
SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

17 Dec 2014

New Delhi: After all its flights remained grounded for most part of the day on Wednesday, cash-strapped SpiceJet resumed operations in the evening as oil companies, which had stopped fuel supplies to its aircraft, eased the restriction.

Flight operations,   SpiceJet,   jet fuel,   Civil Aviation Ministry,   COO Sanjiv Kapoor,   oil companies,  
SpiceJet seeks government help to run its daily operation

SpiceJet seeks government help to run its daily operation

15 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Suffering a total liability of about Rs 2,000 crore, beleaguered no-frill carrier SpiceJet on Monday approached the government and sought urgent financial help to run its daily operations.

liability on SpiceJet,   SpiceJetdaily operations,   Spicejet financial help from government,   Mahesh Sharma,   Civil Aviation Minister,   DGCA,  
Odisha CM writes letter to Centre over international airport issue

Odisha CM writes letter to Centre over international airport issue

15 Dec 2014

Bhubaneswar:  Surprised over exclusion of Bhubaneswar from the list of proposed international airports in the country, Odisha government on Monday asked the Centre to respect its own notification.

international airport,   Bhubaneswar,   Naveen patnaik,   civil aviation minister,   Odisha Chief Minister,  
More and more Indians travelling alone: Expert

More and more Indians travelling alone: Expert

19 Dec 2014

Kolkata: More and more Indians are opting to travel alone as information dissemination has improved, a tourism industry expert said here on  Friday. According to Sandeep Kulshreshtha, director, Indian Institute of Tourism and Travel Management, new tourists have increased knowledge about their destinations, high purchasing power and are price and quality conscious.

Indians,   Travel alone,   Tourism industry ,  Travel ,  Expert,  
India, US experts meet on operationalising <strong>civil</strong> nuclear deal

India, US experts meet on operationalising civil nuclear deal

18 Dec 2014

New Delhi: An India-US contact group on civil nuclear cooperation that met here on December 16 and 17 held detailed talks on a range of issues towards implementation of the civil nuclear accord, including on liability, technical issues and licensing to facilitate setting up of US-designed nuclear power plants in India.

Nuclear deal,   Indo-US nuke deal,   Indo-US nuclear deal,   ,  
Union Minister Mahesh Sharma finds Air India booking office unclean on visit

Union Minister Mahesh Sharma finds Air India booking office unclean on visit

11 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Union Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma on Thursday paid a surprise visit at Air India's booking office here and found several absentees and the place littered.

Civil Aviation Minister,   Minister of State,   Air India,   AI booking office,   office unclean,   surprise visit,  
Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

Punjab minister asks doctors to promote oral hygiene among people

19 Dec 2014

Chandigarh: Stressing upon the need to maintain oral hygiene, Punjab Health and Family Welfare Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani on Friday asked doctors to ensure that the people of Punjab have good dental health.

Punjab,   Health and Family Welfare,   Minister Surjit Kumar Jayani,   Punjab Civil Medical Services (PCMS),   oral hygiene,   ,  

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