Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Although the Civil Aviation Ministry lifted the ban on international airlines operating the Airbus A380 into India last month, certain issues still need to be sorted out before the international carriers start flying the world’s biggest commercial jet to India
3.13 PM Feb 20th 2014
Source:Calcutta Telegraph News - New Delhi, Jan. 30: Regular flights of the giant Airbus A380 are likely only by the end of this year. Earlier this week, India allowed the operations of the world’s largest aircraft, but only Germany’s Lufthansa has indicated its willingness to fly the plane
7.28 PM Jan 31st 2014
The first time the world’s biggest passenger aircraft, the Airbus A380, landed in India in 2007 it happened to be flying in Air Deccan’s founder G.R. Gopinath from the French city of Toulouse. It was meant to be a grand show—put up by none other than Kingfisher Airlines Ltd’s Vijay Mallya
4.49 PM Jan 30th 2014
Source:Economic Times - NEW DELHI: After several years of demands by some major foreign carriers, Civil Aviation Ministry approved the operations of Airbus A-380s in India at four airports currently equipped to handle these super jumbos. The restrictions on the fully double-decker planes were
12.19 PM Jan 28th 2014
Source:Calcutta Telegraph News - New Delhi, Jan. 27: The government today approved the operation of Airbus A380 at four Indian airports equipped to handle these large planes. However, the approval to the world’s largest aircraft comes with riders and has till now elicited a cautious response from
12.11 PM Jan 28th 2014
The aviation ministry has lifted a ban on jumbo jet Airbus A380, a move that will allow international airlines such as Singapore Airlines Ltd, Emirates and Deutsche Lufthansa AG to start its flights to India, aviation minister Ajit Singh said in a statement on Monday.
1.54 PM Jan 27th 2014
India and Dubai has proposed enhancing the rights by another 10,000 seats. Qatar has sought to enhance its weekly quota of seats to 72,600 from the current 24,800. The enhancements sought are linked to a separate proposal — that of allowing the Airbus A380 plane into Indian airports. Unless more seats
12.05 PM Jan 27th 2014
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