The highest growth over last year’s schedule in percentage terms was witnessed by full-service carrier Vistara, which will operate 1,376 flights per week compared with 838 flights a week last year, representing a growth rate of 64.2 per cent.
While small products such as mobile phones and fashion goods dominated the orders from smaller towns, online retailers have also ramped up their logistics to deliver larger items like furniture and white goods to difficult-to-reach terrains.
In the letter written to the airlines on Friday, the DGCA stated: “Prompt redressal of passenger complaints should be the top most priority and must be attended to as per the relevant provisions of the CARs (civil aviation requirements)”.
As TRAI examines the possibility of lawful interception of messages on WhatsApp and similar platforms, a look at the debate around such interception, the technical difficulties, and practices around the world
Lord Mayor of the City of London Peter Estlin said that Brexit provides the UK with an opportunity to start a global dialogue by itself on how financial technology companies are regulated across the world.
Speaking about India’s drone regulations, Wolf also said how the first step in maintaining safety, as far as drones are concerned, should be distinguishing between those following the rules and those breaking them. Edited excerpts:
Kerala’s Secretary to Chief Minister and Secretary to the Department of Electronics & IT, M Sivasankaran said that the state government set up a fund of funds to provide better financing options to home-grown startups.
Softbank-backed Oyo Hotels and Homes, through its managed housing brand Oyo Life, announced Thursday a tie-up with IIT-Delhi to provide off-campus accommodation and another deal with the private Plaksha University
A senior official at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said that the airline has been asked to limit its passenger capacity to 157 people on the 186-seater A320neo planes and to 173 people on the 222-seater A321neo aircraft.
The Gurgaon-based airline operates two daily flights from Delhi to the Turkish capital — one of which is on the Airbus A320neo aircraft with 180/186 seats and the other is on the larger A321neo with seating capacity of 222.