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Delhi’s IGI emerges as world’s fifth busiest airport due to revival of domestic travel

According to a TOI report,the Indira Gandhi International Airport has emerged as the world’s fifth busiest airport this month, thanks to the revival of domestic air travel, and despite postponement of regular international flights due to Omicron. The same reasons have made IndiGo — which flies six in every 10 domestic passengers — the eighth […]Continue Reading

Mandatory self-declaration at Air Suvidha portal for incoming international passengers is a good step to further prevent the catastrophe: Jyoti Mayal, President, TAAI

The Ministry of Civil Aviation and the Ministry of Health and Family welfare have made it mandatory for all international passengers arriving in India to declare their current health status prior to boarding on the Air Suvidha Portal. The exemption forms from the Air Suvidha Portal have been discontinued, and filling of the details have […]Continue Reading

Scheduled international passenger flights to remain suspended till January 31: DGCA

India will keep scheduled international passenger flights suspended till January 31 next year, aviation regulator DGCA said. . Amid rising concerns over the coronavirus variant Omicron, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had on December 1 decided not to resume scheduled international flights from December 15, less than a week after announcing that it […]Continue Reading
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