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World’s largest airport ‘under one roof’ Coming Up in Istanbul

The world’s largest airport terminal “under one roof” with a capacity to serve 90 million passengers will be officially opened on October 29 in Istanbul, Turkey. Dubbed as phase-1A of the project – Istanbul New Airport – will have a capacity to handle 90 million passenger per year, making it the largest such facility in […]

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Air India to connect Mumbai with JFK airport starting Dec 7

National carrier Air India will connect the city with a direct daily flight to JFK airport in New York, starting December,an airline official said Thursday. The airline currently flies a daily service to Newark’s Liberty Airport from the city. “We will launch our air services to JFK airport from Mumbai from December 7, where we […]

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Will 1000 More Airplanes Meet India’s Aviation Demand?

The International Aviation Summit—India. New Delhi, 4th Sept 2018. Attendees: Civil Aviation Minister Suresh Prabhu, his deputy Jayant Sinha and several other Aviation Ministry officials, top CEOs of domestic and International airlines, IATA  Main Issues: a High-cost scenario for Indian airlines due to the rise in fuel price, weak rupee and the airlines’ inability to […]

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Should an engineering student work in Indigo Airlines as ground staff as a customer relation executive? Is there a career in it?

There are a few relevant sayings which must be quoted first here and must always be kept in mind. Nobody can deny them, and everybody accepts it. The quotes are : Beggars are no choosers, No job is a mean job, A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush, One’s identity is […]

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Is All Well with India’s Aviation Sector?

India’s aviation sector is presently facing serious issues but has so far failed to find any answers. Over the last one month, genuine alarm bells have started ringing. A number of India’s airlines are struggling to keep flying. 1. Jet Airways: India’s biggest full-service airline. It planned to lay off employees, said only 60 days left, suggested […]

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