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1.Bidar airport developed at an estimated Rs 110 million

Post the successful commencement of flight operations from the Kalaburagi airport in Karnataka, Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) recently flagged off the first direct flight from Bidar airport to Bengaluru in Karnataka


2.New bids invited for airports in North East as part of UDAN scheme

As reported, under the UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Nagrik) scheme introduced by the government with the aim of creating better means of regional air connectivity, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has invited bids for six underserved and 24 unserved airports or airstrips in the North East region of India.


3.UDAN: 11 airports in Jammu, 2 in Ladakh for bidding

Additional VGF offered for priority sectors under UDAN 4.0


4.Jewar International Airport project garners interest from 20 companies

The Jewar International Airport development has reportedly, attracted around 20 companies that include both, national and international entities


5.Proposal approved for revival of 50 under-served Airports and Airstrips

The newly approved National Civil Aviation Policy, 2016, has a provision for promotion of regional connectivity by way of revival of un-served and under-served airports and airstrips. Revival of such airports is ‘demand-driven’, depending on firm demand from the airline operators and where the state government agrees to provide various concessions envisaged in the Policy.


6.Govt. Easing Approvals Process For Realty Projects

To improve ‘ease of doing business’ in urban areas, the Government has been streamlining many procedures Anuj Puri, Chairman and Country Head at JLL India.


7.Govt gives NOC to AirAsia to fly in India

To start its much awaited low-cost carrier in India, the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation has given its no objection certificate to AirAsia India. The company is yet to take an Air Operating Permit before kick-starting its operations in India.


8.Air One to enter Indian domestic aviation sector

Nowadays, Indian domestic aviation industry is seeing increased interest from private entities. The aviation industry is abuzz with the entry of Tata-SIA and AirAsia into the Indian aviation market. Now, Air One has sought licence from the Ministry of Civil Aviation to start a scheduled airline.


9.Aranmula airport project gets nod from Centre

In Kerala, the private sector KGS Aranmula International Airport has received the crucial ‘in-principle approval’ of the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation. The approval is effective from September 4, 2012. PT Nandakumar, Executive Director of the airport company, said that this is the final clearance granted by the steering committee of the Ministry chaired by Secretary, Civil Aviation.


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