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    Govt Orders All Airlines To Refund 100% Of Cancelled Tickets During This Period

    MoCA Secretary expresses dissatisfaction over airline companies not refunding passengers of the cancelled tickets during lockdown last year. Many airline companies in the country have not yet refunded the passengers for the flight tickets that were booked during the lockdown period last year which had to be cancelled. In a meeting headed by the ministry of civil aviation (MoCA) Secretary on Wednesday, all the airline representatives were highly discouraged of not refunding the money against the cancelled flights to the passengers. While airline companies like GoAir and IndiGo have confirmed clearing (refunding) all the credit shells to the passengers, SpiceJet, […] More

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    Refund passengers who cancelled flights in last year lockdown: Govt to airlines

    New Delhi: The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has expressed dissatisfaction over airline companies defaulting on refunds to passengers over flight tickets that were booked for travel during the coronavirus induced nationwide lockdown last year but got cancelled. “MoCA Secretary has chaired the meeting today with all the airline companies regarding credit shells refund and expressed dissatisfaction towards airline companies who did not refund the money. GoAir and IndiGo have submitted their undertaking to the ministry that they have refund all the credit shells to the passengers”, an official told ANI. A credit shell is a credit note created against […] More

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    Will Air India Employees Get Pension After Tata Buys Air India?

    Will Air India Employees Get Pension After Tata Buys Air India? Govt In Talks With Tata Group Reports reveal that the government and Tata Sons have been working on the differences being the frontrunner in purchasing the state-run Air India Ltd. Air India Acquisition  Being the front-runner to buy state-run Air India Ltd, Tata Sons Ltd and the government are close to sealing the terms of the purchase. In doing so, they managed to narrow down their differences on the three key sticking points of pension liabilities, real estate assets and debt, according to the sources. Although, the final talks […] More

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    Tata, govt iron out differences over Air India

    MUMBAI/NEW DELHI : Tata Sons Ltd, the front-runner to buy state-run Air India Ltd, and the government are close to sealing the terms of the purchase, having managed to narrow their differences on the three key sticking points of pension liabilities, real estate assets and debt, two people familiar with the matter said. Final talks between both parties are underway, and a financial bid will be submitted by the Tata group as early as this month, the people said on condition of anonymity. The government is keen to sell Air India, which has been surviving on a government bailout. The […] More

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    Make your Maldives trip a mesmerising and memorable one

    Dreaming of an indulgent trip to the Maldives this year? I don’t blame you. Nearly every Bollywood celebrity’s Instagram feed is bursting with stunning pictures from the Maldives. From Taapsee Pannu, Varun Dhawan, Tiger Shroff, Disha Patani to Mouni Roy… these superstars are giving travel motivation even during the pandemic. So, off I went to Maldives with my daughter, Akanksha, in tow when I heard about Vistara’s super amazing inaugural fares on its launch from Mumbai to Malé and booked the all-inclusive premium property Lily Beach Resort & Spa.   Glitzy overwater resorts, unspoiled powder white beaches, beautiful lagoons blessed […] More

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    Air India’s previous suitor Interups agrees to buy 49% in regional carrier TruJet

    US-based investor Interups which had shown an interest in bidding for Air India has agreed to buy a 49% stake in regional airline TruJet, said a statement. “The funds raised through 49per cent FDI in the company, will be utilized to expand its operations pan India and explore the newer opportunities in the civil aviation sector. We will finalise the exact final amount at a later stage,” said KV Pradeep, group director Megha Engineering and Infrastructures Limited, which owns TruJet. TruJet flies to 21 stations, including tier-2 cities with 7 ATR aircraft. The airline commenced its operations in July 2015. […] More

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    Vistara eyes non-stop US flights: May tweak remaining three Dreamliners on order

    (Representative image) NEW DELHI: Vistara could soon be operating non-stop flights to the east coast of North America. The Tata Sons-Singapore Airlines (SIA) JV had in mid-2018 placed a firm order for six Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners. The airline has so far inducted two of these aircraft that have a range of flying non-stop to Europe, Far East and Australia and the third one will also come with this range. It is learnt that Vistara is likely to opt for the remaining three Dreamliners with “overhead flight crew rest” (OFCR) option that will have a bunk for crew members. This will […] More

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    Lufthansa Technik to maintain Vistara Dreamliners in Frankfurt

    NEW DELHI: Lufthansa Technik (LT), a leading MRO service provider, has signed a contract with Vistara for maintenance support of their Boeing 787-9 in Frankfurt for two years. Vistara started flying to Frankfurt under the India-Germany air bubble from this February. “Vistara is our latest CFM Leap-1A customer from the Asia Pacific region sending us an engine to Hamburg for a Quick Engine Change build up… We already have been supporting them with services for their whole fleet including components for the Boeing 787, single component services, ad hoc composites repairs, consumables supply and AOG support for their Airbus A320 […] More

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    Vistara to roll back pay cut for select staff categories

    Full-service carrier Vistara has decided to roll back the pay cut, implemented by the airline last year, for certain categories of employees from April while the reduced salaries will continue for the management-level executives, including the CEO, according to an e-mail to the airline staff. The Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines joint venture airline had in June 2020 announced a reduction in salary of nearly 40 per cent of the total workforce till December 31 to deal with low cash flow amid weak passenger demand in the wake of the pandemic. This was later extended to March 31. “Our board […] More

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