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Bhairahawa international airport to be ready only by mid-year: Delayed delivery of key equipment will push back the completion deadline, officials say, by Sangam Prasain (kp 20/02/2020)

‘Safety top priority of new aviation act’ (ht 20/02/2020), Aviation Policy, 2076, limits foreign investment in flying schools and maintenance institutions (rep 20/02/2020)

Army rehearsal shuts down airport for two hours, affecting scores of flights: A Nepal Army drill, in preparation for the upcoming Army Day, closed Kathmandu airspace for two hours, leading to three dozen domestic flight cancellations, by Sangam Prasain (kp 19/02/2020) [????]

Chartered helicopter services banned inside Annapurna Base Camp region: The fourth council meeting of the Annapurna Rural Municipality decided to prohibit choppers in the region last fiscal year, citing adverse impact on the region’s ecology and tourism, by Deepak Pariyar (kp 18/02/2020)

Unauthorised drones posing threat to wildlife, local businesses (ht 15/02/2020)

NAC announces vacancy for 47 pilots, co-pilots (ht 15/02/2020)

A win-win for Nijgadh?: Keeping the Landmark Worldwide Company’s report under wraps does not help Nijgadh. Releasing it might do more good than harm, by Hemant Arjyal (rep 15/02/2020)

Vistara inaugurates daily flight service to Kathmandu (ht 13/02/2020)

NAC chair positive on bringing strategic partner (ht 13/02/2020)

Anti-graft body has no concrete plans to pursue investigation into Airbus revelations: Although numerous other countries have initiated their own investigations into Airbus’ admission of paying bribes, Nepali authorities are uncertain about how to proceed, by Sangam Prasain (kp 11/02/2020) [Leading personalities must be spared in any case!]

Fire breaks out at TIA (ht 11/02/2020)

NAC to launch Narita flights on March 2 (ht 11/02/2020)

More Nepalis travelling by air due to cheaper tickets: There were 3.18 million domestic passengers last year compared to 1.37 million a decade ago, by Sangam Prasain (kp 09/02/2020)

Shree Airlines launches Kathmandu-Pokhara commercial flights (ht 08/02/2020)

How many trees needed to make way for Nijgadh? Ministry orders fresh count to settle issue: The Environment and Social Impact Assessment report only provided an estimate, new survey will provide exact number, officials say, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 07/02/2020)

Biratnagar-Pokhara direct flight to facilitate third country tourists (ht 06/02/2020)

Rs 89 billion invested in airport projects in past 2.5 years (rep 06/02/2020)

Airbus admits to paying at least 340,000 euros in bribes to Nepali officials: A settlement reached by Airbus with financial authorities in France, UK and US alludes to a total financial commitment of $1.8 million and says the payment is ‘likely to qualify as bribery of a foreign public official’, by Sangam Prasain (kp 04/02/2020), Nepali officials have no plan on how to proceed with Airbus bribery revelations: Countries around the world launch formal investigations into the planemaker’s local connections, Nepal doesn’t have a game plan, by Sangam Prasain (kp 05/02/2020)

No screening for passengers arriving TIA on a Beijing flight Monday, by Ashim Neupane (rep 04/02/2020), Deadly lapse at TIA (rep 05/02/2020)

Chinese carriers cut flights to Kathmandu as passengers cancel tickets en masse: Arrivals from China have all but dried up due to the 'rapidly spreading' coronavirus outbreak, airline officials said, by Sangam Prasain (kp 03/02/2020)

Buddha Air begins Kathmandu-Rajbiraj direct flights (ht 02/02/2020)

Passenger flow at Kathmandu airport down for the first time in four years: But the national flag carrier, Nepal Airlines, witnessed the strongest growth in passenger carriage, boosting its international market share to 17.77 percent, by Sangam Prasain (kp 01/02/2020)

Nepal Airlines pays Rs 1.14bn to CIT, EPF (ht 01/02/2020)

Tourism Ministry gets okay to table bills to break up civil aviation body: The International Civil Aviation Organisation had raised the need to split the authority to avoid a conflict of interest, by Sangam Prasain (kp 31/01/2020)

Solar power plan at Bhairahawa airport hits a snag over land rental rates: Utilising airport space to install solar panels will allow electricity to be generated at the point of consumption, by Sangam Prasain (kp 30/01/2020)

Himalaya to suspend China flights from February 7 (ht 30/01/2020) [This would only be reasonable if flights were stopped immediately!]

Govt to expedite expansion and upgradation of Bharatpur Airport (rep 28/01/2020)

Himalaya Airlines starts direct flight to Chongqing (rep 24/01/2020)

Nepal Airlines permanent pilots warn of resigning en masse: The pilots have demanded that they be treated in a fair manner regarding remunerations on par with expat or contract-based pilots, by Sangam Prasain (kp 24/01/2020), Nepal Airlines pilots say notice was served to demand pay hike, not to resign: In a Thursday notice, served to the executive chairman of the airline, a group of undersigned pilots had complained of huge differences in remuneration between them and expat pilots, by Sangam Prasain (kp 25/01/2020), NAC pilots resign en masse citing unfair treatment (ht 25/01/2020)

Locals protest land acquisition drive for regional int’l airport (ht 24/01/2020)

US firm makes down payment, confirming purchase of Boeing 757: The company deposited $281,000 into the carrier’s account on Thursday, which is a 5 percent payment of the total aircraft cost, by Sangam Prasain (kp 24/01/2020)

Buddha Air, Shree Airlines to add new destinations (ht 23/01/2020)

TIA transformation far from complete: Minister had said ‘boutique airport’ would be ready by Jan 1 (ht 21/01/2020)

NAC to fly to Narita from March 2 (ht 21/01/2020)

Kharel resigns as NAC executive chairman, by Arpane Ale Magar (ht 20/01/2020)

Buddha Air flights to Rajbiraj (ht 20/01/2020)

Airport CCTV footage leak raises more queries than provides answers: Police say they’re unaware of how a singer’s security check video went into the public domain, but retired officials call it a deliberate leak and wrong practice, by Shuvam Dhungana (kp 19/01/2020)

NAC flying plane with dysfunctional emergency code on cockpit door, by Rajan Pokhrel (ht 19/01/2020)

Government moves ahead with Nijgadh airport project: Investment Board of Nepal says other processes should not be stopped despite interim orders from the apex court not to cut trees, by Sangam Prasain (kp 18/01/2020) [??]

IBN asks Zürich Airport to submit NIA proposal (ht 18/01/2020)

Winter rain affects flights, by Sujan Dhungana (ht 18/01/2020)

Airlines operators’ members offloaded from civil aviation board: The new board should induct members possessing special qualification on the aviation sector and should have at least one female member, by Sangam Prasain (kp 17/01/2020)

Autumn travel rush pulls Nepal Airlines back from the brink: The bonanza allowed the teetering national flag carrier to repay creditors breathing down its neck, by Sangam Prasain (kp 16/01/2020)

VN 2020 Secretariat appoints Nepal Airlines as official carrier partner (ht 16/01/2020)

AirAsia refutes any payment obligations (ht 16/01/2020)

GBIA infrastructure to be ready by March, by Arpana Ale Magar (ht 15/01/2020)

Vistara set to start Kathmandu flights in Feb (ht 15/01/2020), Vistara to fly to Kathmandu from February (rep 18/01/2020)

Pokhara Airport serving 2,000 passengers a day, by Santosh Pokharel (rep 14/01/2020)

Nepal Airlines' Doha service avoids Iranian airspace: The carrier has been using Iranian airspace since 2017 after several Arab nations barred aircraft from flying to Doha through their airspace (kp 09/01/2020)

Govt prepares to review domestic airfares soon (ht 06/01/2020)

Number of passengers increases at Nepalgunj Airport (ht 05/01/2020)

Nijgadh International Airport case: CJ defends decision to issue stay order (ht 04/01/2019)

TIA flights affected (rep 04/01/2020)

Chinese state firm wins bid for Kathmandu airport project: The project includes building 15 new international parking bays and taxiway on the northern side of the runway, by Sangam Prasain (kp 03/01/2019)

Rush the process of splitting the aviation authority: Private airlines: The plan to break up the civil aviation body into regulator and service provider has dragged on for nine years, by Sangam Prasain (kp 01/01/2020), Minister demands logical reasons for not splitting CAAN (ht 01/01/2020)

TIA health desk without staff ahead of Visit Nepal 2020: Health experts warn of possible transmission of deadly diseases, by Arjun Poudel (kp 31/12/2019)

Clearing trees at Nijgadh: Govt-community bonhomie needed, by Jiba Raj Pokharel (ht 31/12/2019)

Aviation act to benefit passengers: Will be eligible for compensation for flight delays, cancellations (ht 30/12/2019)

Govt likely to replace NAC chair: Seeks five-point clarification from Kharel citing unsatisfactory work progress (ht 30/12/2019)

TIA runway rehabilitation completed 128 days ahead of schedule (rep 29/12/2019)

Gautam Buddha Int'l Airport deferred, deadline extended for 4th time, by Mohammad Habib (rep 28/12/2019)

Pokhara: Nepal’s new aviation gateway; After decades of delays, Pokhara’s new airport will allow international passengers to bypass Kathmandu, by Kunda Dixi (nt 27/12/2019)

CAAN workers threaten to halt aviation services (ht 26/12/2019)

Nepal Airlines offered $5.71 million for its vintage Boeing 757: The national flag carrier has been under pressure to sell the jet as its airworthiness will expire in February, by Sangam Prasain (kp 24/12/2019)

Nepal needs another international airport. So why is Nijgadh being held up? Local residents want the project to take off, hoping economic returns. But there are also nationwide protests against the plan, mainly over the number of trees that have to be felled to create space for the airport, by Laxmi Sah (kp 19/12/2019), More than a fistful: Different people want Nijgadh airport for different reasons given that it has a price tag of about 6.56 billion dollars. Some want it more due to pathetic state of TIA, by Hemant Arjyal (rep 21/12/2019), NIA could boost GDP by five to eight percentage points: Stakeholders, by Arpana Ale Magar (ht 22/12/2019), SC continues interim order halting felling of trees in Nijgadh (ht 23/12/2019), 15 points for and against Nijgad Airport (nt 27/12/2019)

Government tightens rules for deploying in-flight security officer (ht 19/12/2019)

Kathmandu airport to be open for 21 hours daily from January 1: Workers have finished renovating the taxiway allowing the airport to resume regular hours, by Sangam Prasain (kp 17/12/2019), TIA taxiway construction completed (ht 17/12/2019)

Udayapur revives airport plan, by Maheshwar Chamling Rai (rep 17/12/2019)

Snowfall forces air service shut across Karnali region, by Dhan Bahadur Budha (rep 16/12/2019)

Draft Civil Aviation Bill submitted to the Cabinet: A decade-old initiative to break up the civil aviation body is alive once again, by Sangam Prasain (kp 14/12/2019)

Land acquisition decision for Pokhara int’l airport draws flak, by Santosh Pokharel (rep 14/12/2019)

European Commission maintains ban on Nepali airlines: The carriers remain on the updated EU Air Safety List for failing safety requirements and are barred from EU skies., by Sangam Prasain (kp 12/12/2019)

Himalaya Airlines resumes Kuala Lumpur flights (ht 12/12/2019)

Airline operators seek permit to fly to Lukla from Kathmandu this season (ht 10/12/2019)

High cost of jet fuel in Kathmandu airport is keeping foreign airlines away: Airlines pay $1 per litre to fuel up at Tribhuvan International Airport, compared to $0.55 per litre in Delhi, a new government report says, by Sangam Prasain (kp 09/12/2019) [High ground handling charges, twice as high as at other international airports, are another reason for foreign airlines not to fly to TIA. Quite obviously, the government does not want to increase the number of incoming tourists!]

Uniformity in airfare for locals, foreigners possible (ht 09/12/2019)

Supreme Court asks government to halt plans for Nijgadh airport: The judge has invited both the petitioners and defendants to discuss the matter, by Tika R. Pradhan (kp 07/12/2019), SC bars felling of trees in Nijgadh: There are 500 to 600 years old trees. They should be preserved (ht 07/12/2019), SC stays Nijgadh airport construction work (rep 07/12/2019), MoCTCA to brief apex court about Nijgadh int’l airport (ht 08/12/2019), ‘No alternative to Nijgadh Airport’ (rep 08/12/2019), A case for Nijgadh airport (rep 09/12/2019), Nijgadh International Airport: Rumor and reality; Many people have misconception that deforestation will begin right after the Ministry approves the proposal for airport construction. It does not work that way, by Biranchi Poudyal (rep 12/12/2019)

Wild boars entering runway pose threat to planes, by Arjun Oli (rep 07/12/2019)

Plans to put Chinese planes back in the air jinxed by lack of spares: Nepal Airlines had previously been forced to ground them for lack of pilots, by Sangam Prasain (kp 07/12/2019)

Flights from Bhadrapur and Biratnagar to link Bangladesh: Saidpur in Bangladesh is a 20-minute hop by plane from the two border cities, by Parbat Portel (kp 06/12/2019

Nepal Airlines eyes Tokyo after Osaka debacle: The state-owned carrier plans to operate three weekly flights to the Japanese capital from January, by Sangam Prasain (kp 04/12/2019)

80pc progress in TIA rehabilitation so far (ht 04/12/2019)

China says will not conduct safety audit of NAC (ht 04/12/2019), NAC gets go-ahead to operate China flights (ht 05/12/2019)

Kathmandu Airport is reviewing its master plan as final expansion cost expected to touch $1 billion: Airport authorities say its cost-effective to build a new domestic terminal at the eastern side of the runway, by Sangam Prasain (kp 02/12/2019)

TIA Immigration and VNY 2020: Making services swifter, by Rohit Bhattarai (kp 02/12/2019)

Work to spruce up domestic airports gathers pace this fiscal (ht 02/12/2019)

Bajhang airport blacktopping behind schedule, by Jagat Khadka (rep 02/12/2019)

NIA construction unlikely to begin soon (ht 30/11/2019). Don’t delay NIA: Nijgadh is the most suitable place for a full-fledged international airport, and there is no point in delaying it any further (ht 02/12/2019)

NAC’s Boeing finally receives three bid proposals (ht 30/11/2019)

Flawed assessment: Environment Impact Assessment report of Nijgadh airport does not consider how mass tree felling will impact ecology, by Chanda Thapa Rana (rep 30/11/2019)

Bhairahawa airport is nearing completion, but no foreign airline has applied to serve it: Officials say test flights can be conducted by April after the navigation and surveillance equipment is installed, by Sangam Prasain (kp 29/11/2019)

Buddha Air to operate Biratnagar-Pokhara flights, by Binod Subedi (rep 27/11/2019)

High operating costs and few passengers force Buddha Air to cancel Kolkata flights: The airlines’ cancellation does not bode well for the domestic aviation or tourism industry, analysts and entrepreneurs say, by Sangam Prasain (kp 26/11/2019) [Nepal's pricing policy does everything to prevent the development of aviation and tourism!],  After losing Rs 100m in 7 months, Buddha Air stops Kolkata flights, by Muna Sunuwar (ht 01/12/2019)

Manthali airport being upgraded to accommodate more flights, by Arpana Ale Magar (ht 25/11/2019)

Airline companies send back migrant workers from airport without any ‘valid reasons’: As incidents of workers being deprived of flying by airline companies become frequent, the foreign employment department writes to Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation, by Chandan Kumar Mandal (kp 24/11/2019)

Any Nepali can aspire to be civil aviation chief, says draft bill: Previously, potential candidates had to be deputy director general of the aviation authority or joint-secretary in the Tourism Ministry, by Sangam Prasain (kp 23/11/2019)

Full throttle overhead: While nothing much can be done as regards airport location some improvements on basic infrastructures could help TIA improve its image, by Hemant Arjyal (rep 23/11/2019)

Govt planning to demarcate boundaries for Nijgadh Int’l Airport (rep 23/11/2019)

Air travel is safer than ever before: There has been an incredible advancement in technology in the global aviation system, but humans still play a vital role, by Tri Ratna Manandhar (kp 21/11/2019)

Government prodding needed to finish Bhairahawa airport on time, officials say: Gautam Buddha International Airport in Bhairahawa was initially slated to be ready by December 2017, by Sangam Prasain (kp 21/11/2019)

CAAN evaluating proposals for renovation of int’l terminal building (rep 21/11/2019)

Himalaya Airlines starts direct flight to Guiyang (rep 21/11/2019)

Stakeholders ask government to ensure Manthali-Lukla flights, by Arpana Ale Magar (ht 20/11/2019)

International aviation regulator to conduct full safety audit in Nepal in May: Nepal’s score for effective implementation of accident investigation is still 18.68 percent, which is far below the global average of 57.43 percent, by Sangam Prasain (kp 18/11/2019)

Dhangadi airport to be partially closed for a month (ht 18/11/2019)

Pokhara's new international airport to be equipped with wide area multilateration: The system provides performance that is comparable to secondary surveillance radar in terms of accuracy and reliability, by Sangam Prasain (kp 16/11/2019)

No, not a drop more: Airlines flying in to Kathmandu make sure that they have enough fuel for long hold ups, either due to cracks on the runway or a disabled aircraft or that parking space is full, by Hemant Arjyal (rep 16/11/2019)

For Everest enthusiasts, an unpleasant experience awaits at Manthali airport: The Ramechhap airport, which now conducts around 85 flights daily, is severely underequipped to handle the hundreds of tourists who arrive and leave every day, by Tika Prasad Bhatta (kp 14/11/2019)

Nepal Airlines cuts price in half to offload vintage Boeing 757: This special Combi model is capable of seating passengers while also carrying two pallets of cargo, by Sangam Prasain (kp 14/11/2019)

Families of air crash victims say they are being pressured to withdraw their case: 22 Nepalis were killed when US-Bangla flight BS 211 from Dhaka crashed while landing at Kathmandu airport, by Sangam Prasain (kp 13/11/2019)

Air traffic congestion to hit VNY 2020, by Arpana Ale Magar (ht 13/11/2019), Run TIA effectively: TIA needs to manage its limited space effectively until GBIA comes into full operation within a couple of months (ht 14/11/2019)

Bhadrapur airport to be closed for 10 days (ht 12/11/2019)

Nepal Airlines urges government to seek Chinese help for safety audit: China is poised to become one of the largest tourist markets for Nepal, by Sangam Prasain (kp 11/11/2019)

Parking congestion responsible for mishap at Tribhuvan airport on Friday (ht 10/11/2019)

Int'l flights to operate from Pokhara by April 2021, by Dhan Basnet (rep 10/11/2019)

Nepal Airlines' Chinese planes are flying less and racking up more in operation costs: Starting next year, Nepal Airlines will have to pay more than Rs250 million every year in loan repayments for the six Chinese aircraft acquired in 2014, by Sangam Prasain (kp 09/11/2019)

Munich Airport close to being named operator of Bhairahawa airport: Officials said the Germans had been asked to submit a detailed plan including the operation modality, by Sangam Prasain (kp 09/11/2019)

Security at TIA foolproof, claims govt, by Ram Kumar Kamat (ht 07/11/2019), Matter of concern: When the customs at the TIA and along the borders are considered to be lucrative postings, you know something is amiss (ht 07/11/2019), US State Department report pokes holes in security at country’s only international airport: The report could be a catalyst for the Nepali security apparatus to dig deeper and deal with any potential threats, analysts say, by Binod Ghimire (kp 08/11/2019)

Chinese airlines have 48 weekly flights to Nepal but Nepal Airlines hasn’t even acquired a permit for Guangzhou: All airlines are required to undergo a safety audit when flying to a new region, but a Chinese audit has been delayed three times, with no guarantee it will happen anytime soon, by Sangam Prasain (kp 07/11/2019), The government should help Nepal Airlines get a permit to fly to China: The ruling party always boasts of its friendship with China but has been unable to help the failing national flag carrier (ht)

Gautam Buddha airport to miss project completion deadline again (ht 07/11/2019)

NAC studying seven new destinations, by Muna Sunuwar (rep 07/11/2019)

Nepal Airlines unveils cost optimisation plan (ht 07/11/2019)

Construction of airport in Upper Mustang proposed (rep 06/11/2019)

NAC ramps up preparations for non-stop flights to Guangzhou, Tokyo, by Muna Sunuwar (rep 06/11/2019)

Manang awaits promised flight service: Humde Airport has not had regular flight service in years, by Aash Gurung (kp 05/11/2019)

Last minute flight cancelations distress travelers, by Santosh Pokharel (rep 05/11/2019)

Bhairahawa airport enters second phase of construction: Technicians to start work to install communications, navigation and surveillance equipment from next week; The airport was initially slated to be ready by December 2017, by Sangam Prasain (kp 03/11/2019)

Expansion of Manthali airport starts (ht 03/11/2019)

Passengers protest at airport after Oli’s return from Baku delayed their flight by nearly an hour: Pilots were asked to stop engines of Shree Airlines flight because of disturbance caused at VIP lounge where Oli was being welcomed, officials say (kp 28/10/2019) [This unbelievable political arrogance continues unabated! Visit Nepal Year should be renamed into Travel Godlike Policians Year! After the democratisation only the names of the gods have changed! Nepal is probably the only country in which internationally insignificant politicians regularly frustrate domestic and foreign travellers!]

First Kathmandu-Beijing flight set to take off tomorrow: Himalaya Airlines plans to operate three weekly services on Sundays, Tuesdays and Fridays, by Sangam Prasain (kp 26/10/2019)

Nepal Airlines’ last Boeing awaits a buyer, but there are none forthcoming: After two separate auction notices failed to find a buyer, Nepal Airlines Corporation has now decided to go into direct negotiations, by Sangam Prasain (kp 24/10/2019)

Panel formed to formulate new Civil Aviation Act (ht 23/10/2019)

Before Visit Nepal, the country needs to improve airport management: It was a nightmare day for airport authorities and passengers the day Xi Jinping left Nepal, by Sujeev Shakya (kp 22/10/2019)

Government, Germany’s Munich Airport to hold final round of talks: The agenda includes the operation management of Gautam Buddha International Airport, by Sangam Prasain (kp 21/10/2019)

Rastriya Janata Party lawmaker vandalises counter at Janakpur airport: The lawmaker said that he was furious at the condition of the airport, and the irresponsibility and indifference of Budhha Air’s officials to passengers’ queries, by Santosh Singh (kp 15/10/2019), Airline operators warn of suspending all Janakpur flights (rep 15/10/2019)

Tribhuvan International Airport reschedules flights in view of Xi’s arrival and departure: TIA has revised the schedule of 33 and 54 international flights for Saturday and Sunday (kp 12/10/2019)

Airlines adding flights to ease festive commute (ht 05/10/2019)

TAAN seeks Ramechhap airport upgradation (ht 05/10/2019)

Chhetri transferred to CAAN from TIA (ht 05/10/2019)

Nepal Airlines sees strong October, November demand for Japan flights: Nepalis rushing home for the holidays are filling the flights out of Osaka, by Sangam Prasain (kp 03/10/2019)

Pokhara Airport profits Rs 50m in FY2018/19, by Santosh Pokharel (rep 01/10/2019)

Nepal, Australia to sign air service agreement: Australia will permit seven weekly flights to key cities like Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Perth, by Sangam Prasain (kp 30/09/2019), Nepal, Australia sign air service agreement to operate direct flights: The accord allows seven weekly flights between Kathmandu and Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Perth, by Sangam Prasain (kp 02/10/2019)

Himalaya Airlines announces new partnership with Tibet Civil Aviation: The carrier plans to operate direct services between Kathmandu and Beijing from October 27, by Sangam Prasain (kp 30/09/2019), Himalaya Airlines to transfer Chinese ownership, introduces new logo (ht 30/09/2019)

Nepal, UAE ink revised air services agreement (ht 30/09/2019)

Bhairahawa airport's plan to go solar is feasible, say officials: All systems—from air traffic control to runway lights—will run on power from the sun, by Prahlad Rijal (kp 28/09/2019)

Members of investigation bodies say they have not been paid: The experts who probed the Makalu Air, Altitude Air, Air Dynasty and Summit Air crashes are yet to get their money, by Sangam Prasain (kp24/09/2019)

Zürich Airport shortlisted to develop Nijgadh Airport, by Sujan Dhungana (ht 24/09/2019)

Rs5 billion international terminal to be built at Bhairahawa airport: Officials say the construction of the project is likely to start by 2020, by Sangam Prasain (kp 13/09/2019)

Four airlines poised to launch Kathmandu-Delhi flights,fares likely to drop: The additional services may ignite fierce competition and benefit consumers, say travel traders, by Sangam Prasain (kp 21/09/2019)

High cost lays aviation low in Nepal: Kathmandu has the highest fuel and handling costs of any airport in the world, and the poorest facilities, by Sharad Ojha (nt 20/09/2019)

Privatise NAC: The govt should give up the idea of doing business in airlines as the private sector has become capable of competing with others (ht 20/09/2019)

International flight operations disturbed (ht 20/09/2019)

CAAN unveils Rs 46.96 bn budget for 2019-2o; Civil aviation regulatory body plans to distribute bonus worth Rs 1.26 billion to staffers (ht 20/09/2019)

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