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31 Aug

India and New Zealand Join Hands in Civil Aviation Cooperation

In a significant stride towards strengthening bilateral aviation ties, the governments of India and New Zealand have come together to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) focusing on civil aviation cooperation. The Ministry of Civil Aviation issued a statement yesterday, elucidating the comprehensive scope of the newly forged agreement. The MoU encompasses a wide array of collaborative endeavors, ranging from the establishment of novel flight routes to the facilitation of code-share services, traffic rights, and capacity entitlements. This strategic collaboration follows the initial Air Services Agreement inked between New Zealand and India...

Airport Capacity
8 Aug

Delhi & Mumbai Airports: 74M & 60M Monthly Capacities

India's aviation sector continues its rapid growth trajectory and holds the esteemed position of being the world's third-largest domestic aviation market. With an impressive tally of 30 operational international airports, the country is diligently working to elevate its airport infrastructure and processes to accommodate this flourishing growth, as highlighted by VK Singh, the Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation. He further underscored that Delhi Mumbai airport, with capacities of 74 million and 60 million passengers respectively, are leading the charge. During a recent session in the Rajya Sabha,...

SpiceJet Airlines
24 Jul

Indian Civil Aviation Industry Shows Robust Recovery

The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has recently announced an impressive 88% increase in international passenger traffic during the first quarter of 2023 compared to the same period in 2022. This surge in air travel indicates a strong and steady recovery for India's aviation industry. In addition to the growth in international travel, the Regional Connectivity Scheme (UDAN) has witnessed a significant rise in passengers, with over 1.23 crore travellers utilizing RCS UDAN flights since the scheme's inception. Dr. V. K. Singh, Minister of State in the Ministry of Civil Aviation, attributed...