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Nepal suspends issuing visas to African visitors

Nepal suspends issuing visas to African visitors

🕔16:17, 30.Nov 2021

Kathmandu, Nov 30 (IANS) Nepal on Monday suspended issuing visas to visitors from African nations after emergence of new Covid variant Omicron, believed to be lethal than existing ones. Nepal’ Ministry of Home Affairs has directed the Department of Immigration, Tribhuvan

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Covid: Govt revises guidelines for int’l arrivals

Covid: Govt revises guidelines for int’l arrivals

🕔08:00, 29.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 29 (IANS) The Union Health Ministry on Sunday revised the guidelines for the international arrivals in the wake of new Covid variant, Omicron — designated as a Variant of Concern (VOC) by the World Health Organization (WHO). The

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Flying High: Vietnam, Turkey, Russia on SpiceJet’s radar for expansion

Flying High: Vietnam, Turkey, Russia on SpiceJet’s radar for expansion

🕔13:47, 27.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 27 (IANS) Reinstatement of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft as well as booming passenger traffic has re-energised SpiceJet’s plan to start direct services to new destinations in Vietnam, Turkey and even Russia amongst others. In a conversation with

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EU countries tighten travel rules over new Covid variant concerns

EU countries tighten travel rules over new Covid variant concerns

🕔07:24, 27.Nov 2021

Brussels, Nov 27 (IANS) A slew of European countries have restricted travel from southern Africa amid concerns over the new Covid-19 variant. The B.1.1.529 variant, first detected in South Africa, is reportedly more transmissible and has been classified as a “Variant

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Myanmar to resume int’l tourism next yr

Myanmar to resume int’l tourism next yr

🕔17:07, 24.Nov 2021

Yangon, Nov 24 (IANS) Myanmar has rolled out plans to resume international tourism early next year, according to the Ministry of Hotels and Tourism on Wednesday. In the first phase of reopening tourism, the Ministry expects to welcome visitors from regional

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Jalalabad airport prepared for all flights: Officials

Jalalabad airport prepared for all flights: Officials

🕔12:08, 23.Nov 2021

Kabul, Nov 23 (IANS) Officials in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province have announced that the Jalalabad Airport, which served as a military base for US troops in the last 20 years, is now ready for domestic and international flights, according to media reports.

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AirAsia India resumes inflight F&B on all flights

AirAsia India resumes inflight F&B on all flights

🕔21:43, 20.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 20 (IANS) Budget airline AirAsia India on Saturday said that it has resumed inflight food and beverage service across all its routes. The move, it said was is in line with relaxations in the regulatory guidelines issued on

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Lufthansa repays state aid granted during Covid crisis

Lufthansa repays state aid granted during Covid crisis

🕔18:49, 13.Nov 2021

Berlin, Nov 13 (IANS) German flag carrier Lufthansa announced that it has repaid or cancelled the financial aid granted by the federal government during the worst phase of the Covid-19 crisis and has transferred a final tranche of 1 billion euros

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Domestic air passenger traffic accelerates in October: ICRA

Domestic air passenger traffic accelerates in October: ICRA

🕔07:37, 10.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 10 (IANS) Lower Covid-19 infections, along with festive demand, boosted domestic air passenger traffic growth on both sequential as well as on year-on-year basis in October, ratings agency ICRA said. Domestic air passenger traffic grew by 24-25 per

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IndiGo to start 12 new flights in November

IndiGo to start 12 new flights in November

🕔19:22, 6.Nov 2021

New Delhi, Nov 6 (IANS) Airline major IndiGo said on Saturday that it will commence 12 new flights in November 2021. The airline, which commenced flight service between Ahmedabad and Jodhpur from November 1 and in the Bengaluru-Rajkot, Kolkata-Coimbatore, Delhi-Trivandrum and

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Go First completes 16 yrs of service, starts discount scheme

Go First completes 16 yrs of service, starts discount scheme

🕔07:36, 6.Nov 2021

Mumbai, Nov 6 (IANS) Airline major Go First, formerly known as GoAir, has started a 16 per cent discount offer on airfare for passengers of both domestic and international flights to mark the completion of its 16 years of operations. The

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Canada to allow 8 more airports to accept int’l passenger flights

Canada to allow 8 more airports to accept int’l passenger flights

🕔08:42, 3.Nov 2021

Ottawa, Nov 3 (IANS) Canada will allow more airports to accept international passenger flights at the end of November, Canada’s Transport Ministry has said The Canadian government’s strict vaccine travel requirements that will be fully phased in by November 30, and

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Ryanair reports 48mn euro loss for H1 of FY 2022

Ryanair reports 48mn euro loss for H1 of FY 2022

🕔07:44, 2.Nov 2021

Dublin, Nov 2 (IANS) Europe’s largest budget airline Ryanair said on Monday that it suffered a loss of 48 million euros (56 million US$) in the first half of the fiscal year 2022 (H1 of FY 2022), compared to a 411-million-euro

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IndiGo’s Q2FY22 YoY net loss widens by 20%

IndiGo’s Q2FY22 YoY net loss widens by 20%

🕔21:27, 28.Oct 2021

Delhi, Oct 28 (IANS) Airline major IndiGo’s net loss widened by 20.2 per cent in Q2FY22 on a year-on-year basis. Accordingly, the net loss widened to Rs 1,435.7 crore from Rs 1,194.8 crore in the year-ago quarter. However, the airline’s net

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SpiceJet will launch 28 new domestic flights from Oct 31

SpiceJet will launch 28 new domestic flights from Oct 31

🕔21:17, 25.Oct 2021

New Delhi, Oct 25 (IANS) Budget carrier SpiceJet on Monday said it will launch 28 new domestic flights from October 31. Te airline will launch multiple new non-stop flights connecting the tourist hotspots of Jaipur, Jaisalmer, Jodhpur, and Udaipur in Rajasthan

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Winging abroad: AirAsia India expected to soon get international flying permit

Winging abroad: AirAsia India expected to soon get international flying permit

🕔17:16, 22.Oct 2021

New Delhi, Oct 22 (IANS) with AirAsia India getting close to obtaining international flying rights, conglomerate Tata Sons, will in the near future, have four airlines with permits for overseas operations. At present, only Vistara operates on international routes. The development

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China suspends 5 airlines after Covid cases on flights

China suspends 5 airlines after Covid cases on flights

🕔17:15, 22.Oct 2021

Beijing, Oct 22 (IANS) The Civil Aviation Administration of China has suspended five Chinese and international airlines after Covid-19 cases were reported on flights, Samaa TV reported on Friday. According to a notice dates October 15, Authority had to take the

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Incheon Int’l Airport sees sharp recovery in traveller flow

Incheon Int’l Airport sees sharp recovery in traveller flow

🕔11:15, 22.Oct 2021

Seoul, Oct 22 (IANS) Incheon International Airport, the main gateway to South Korea, has witnessed a sharp recovery in the number of inbound and outbound travellers over the past two months amid the country’s push for its “Living with Covid-19” plan.

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SL delegation of over 100 joins inaugural int’l flight to Kushinagar

SL delegation of over 100 joins inaugural int’l flight to Kushinagar

🕔07:15, 21.Oct 2021

Colombo, Oct 21 (IANS) Inaugural flights to historically and religiously important town of Kushinagar in India’s Uttar Pradesh state will be landed from Colombo carrying state and religious delegation from Sri Lanka, the Indian High Commission in Colombo stated. The delegation

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India’s Sep domestic air passenger traffic rises over 79%

India’s Sep domestic air passenger traffic rises over 79%

🕔07:50, 19.Oct 2021

New Delhi, Oct 19 (IANS) Ongoing festive season as well as easing Covid travel restrictions accelerated India’s domestic air passenger traffic growth by over 79 per cent in September on a year-on-year basis. Pent-up demand and low base too pushed the

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