According to latest news, a bomb scare has been reported from the Mumbai .
It is said in reports that the airport authorities had received an unknown call saying that there was a bomb aboard a Jet Airways flight that was to depart from Mumbai to Bangalore.
Further, reports have said that CISF personnel had entered into the Jet Airways fight and presently questioning the passenger in the plane. Read more
Jet Airways to set-up more flight service to Dubai
One side where Air India and KFA airlines are badly affected from agitations by their pilots that cancellation so many flights, Jet Airways announced today to open the route for Mumbai- Dubai flight passengers.
There are three flights already operated on huge demand of passengers on Mumbai –Dubai sector, and a new one is now going to be added, seeking more aviation benefits. Read more
Jet Airways will fix Feb bank accounts till Monday
The next targeted point of Tax authorities is the top Indian carrier Jet Airways which banks accounts, the authorities will have frozen.
A 24 hours ultimatum has been given to Airways to clear its outstanding dues of payment about 690 million Indian rupees and if the career does not do the same then the I-T department will do as it did with Kingfisher the cash scrapped airline.
“They have 24 hours to make the payment, failing which their accounts will be frozen,” reportedly said by SK Goel, the chairman of the Central Board of Excise and Customs. Read more
Govt. allows 49% stake in Domestic carriers by Foreign Airlines
Decision to allow international carriers to invest up to 49% in domestic airlines has been approved except saying ‘yes’ by cabinet.
This step would really sort out the cash flow management related problems in Indian aviation sector that are at present a big headache for Indian airlines like Kingfisher and Go Air.
After attending a meeting with Pranabh Mukhrjee, the Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh informed to Media, “49% FDI is already there.
The question was to allow foreign airlines to participate in FDI. I discussed the matter with the finance minister and he agreed. We will move a note for the cabinet now.” Read more