The airlines have been prioritising their frontline workforce such as cockpit and cabin crew, and other operationally focussed roles.
IndiGo Flight Tickets Offers: The sale will be available till January 17 with fares starting at Rs 877, IndiGo informed in a statement adding that the sale is valid on travel from April 1 to September 30.
"All women cockpit crew consisting of Capt Zoya Aggarwal, Capt Papagari Thanmai, Capt Akansha Sonaware & Capt Shivani Manhas will operate the historic inaugural flight between Bengaluru & San Francisco," Puri said on Twitter.
The settlement, which allows Boeing to avoid prosecution, includes a fine of $243.6 million, compensation to airlines of$1.77 billion and a $500 million crash-victim fund over fraud conspiracy charges related to the plane's flawed design.
“Recently we have aligned the selling of our international services to reflect our expectation that international travel will begin to restart from July 2021,” Qantas said. “
While restrictions on travel have not been fully lifted, airlines are looking at potential revival of fortunes with the vaccine rollout.
"There were some segments of data servers that were breached - so, there is a possibility that some internal documents may get uploaded by the hackers on public websites and platforms," the airline said.
Hardeep Singh Puri said that India expects to begin administering the Covid19 vaccine in January and by July, it expects administering the vaccine to 30 crore beneficiaries.
In a filing to the Malaysian stock exchanges, the AirAsia Group said that the deal, which is worth $37.66 million, will see its share in the Indian budget airline go down to 16.33 per cent.
IndiGo said that this new option will provide greater flexibility to customers in case of limited options, delays or cancellations, especially owing to fog or other adverse weather conditions.
If COVID-positive crew members have 'mild symptoms', they will "continue home isolation and will stand discharged after 10 days of symptom onset and no fever for three days", the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said in a circular.
While in light of recent events concerning Air India’s disinvestment, this is an important step forward in the sale process, history of the airline’s strategic sale exercise would suggest there is still some way to go.
YIAPL, a fully-owned unit of Zurich Airport International, has been awarded the project to develop the Greenfield airport in Greater Noida, the concession agreement for which was signed on October 7.
Confirming the development, a senior official at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said the aviation safety regulator was looking into the matter.
Information accessed from the Registrar of Companies shows that Palaypu has been a director in three companies. Two of these, Lakhi Investment Management Services and ISBN Securities Pvt Ltd, have already been struck off.
According to sources, the Tata Group has submitted an official expression of interest for the airline although the bid has not been placed through its affiliate airlines, Vistara or AirAsia India. A Tata Group spokesperson declined comment.
"Multiple expressions of interest have been received for strategic disinvestment of Air India. The Transaction will now move to the second stage," Department of Investment and Public Asset Management (DIPAM) Secretary Tuhin Kanta Pandey tweeted.
The hearing, held remotely at the Commercial Court division here on Friday, involved unpaid dues of over USD 17.6 million to China Aircraft Leasing Company Limited (CALC) as part of an aircraft lease agreement for rent and maintenance.
While many countries have opted for “air bubble” arrangements among each other, some countries have put a condition before travelers that they must be vaccinated against the coronavirus before they can fly.
Announcing the revival, the promoters said the “Jet 2.0 programme is aimed at reviving the past glory of Jet Airways” with a fresh set of processes and systems to ensure greater efficiency and productivity across all routes.
Indigo said it has been actively clearing payments against all pending credit shells since it resumed operations in May. Approximately Rs 1,000 crore or 90% of the refunds have been credited so far, the company said.
However, some employee unions of the loss-making national carrier have already thwarted the plan by asking their members not to participate or acknowledge the process.
Domestic flights India covid rules: This will help airlines in adding more flights on existing as well as new sectors as flight operations inch towards normalcy.
The minister had said on November 11 that the Indian airlines can operate up to 70 per cent of their pre-COVID domestic passenger flights due to the prevailing demand amid the coronavirus situation.
Lufthansa, one of the world’s biggest cargo carriers, began planning in April in anticipation of the shots that Pfizer Inc to Moderna Inc and AstraZeneca Plc are developing in record time.