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COVID-19 Impact: Passenger Taffic At Bengaluru Airport Dips 66%
The passenger traffic at Kempegowda International Airport here (KIAB/BLR Airport) nosedived 66 per cent in the financial year 2020-21, with the COVID-19 pandemic dealing a major blow. During 2020-21, BLR Airport welcomed only 10.91 million passengers since domestic air travel resumed ...
Brief Timeline Of Jet Airways Insolvency Resolution
A brief timeline of the insolvency resolution process of Jet Airways, which started off as an air tax operator in 1993 and became a scheduled carrier in 1995. April 17, 2019: Cash-starved Jet Airways suspends operations. June 20, 2019:  National Company ...
Brief Timeline Of Jet Airways Insolvency Resolution
Airlines Will Fly Into Losses This Fiscal Too
Lower domestic air traffic compared with pre-pandemic levels, together with high fuel prices and only a gradual recovery in international operations, mean airlines will continue to log net losses, though this will be 35-40% below the fiscal 2021 mark, at Rs ...
Airlines Will Fly Into Losses This Fiscal Too
Domestic Air Travel Sees A Sequential Rebound In Oct, 2020
Domestic air travel saw a rebound in the month of October as compared to September, data by ICRA shows "On a sequential basis, the number of departures in October 2020 increased by 24%. For October 2020, the domestic passenger traffic is ...
Domestic Air Travel Sees A Sequential Rebound In Oct
Scheduled International Flights Suspended Till 31 October
The suspension of scheduled international passenger flights has been extended till 31 October, said the aviation regulator DGCA (Director General of Civil Aviation) on Wednesday. "However, international scheduled flights may be allowed on selected routes by the competent authority on a ...
Scheduled International Flights Suspended Till 31 October
About 4 Lakh Airline Jobs Worldwide Affected By COVID-19
According to Bloomberg's recent calculations, about 400,000 airline workers have been fired, furloughed or told they may lose their jobs due to the coronavirus pandemic. The aviation industry is among the hardest-hit sectors globally as the pandemic has destroyed ticket sales ...
Supreme Court Permits Airlines To Use Middle Seats
On Friday, the Supreme Court upheld Bombay High Court's order to permit middle-seat occupancy in domestic airlines. The apex court order says that in the wake of pandemic adequate safety measures had been deployed by the carriers for safety and health ...
Supreme Court Permits Airlines To Use Middle Seats
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