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RDG non-compliance: DGCA imposed Rs 70L fine on Vistara; airline paid fine under protestThe airline ...

Deccan Herald 06 Feb 2023
The airline also said it has been in absolute compliance with Route Dispersal Guidelines (RDG) over the past several years and that it had missed the compliance by just one flight. Under RDG, airlines are required to operate a certain number of flights to underserved areas, including the North East.

Spirit Airlines Agents Caught In Fight With Passengers At Philadelphia International

Simple Flying 06 Feb 2023
... decided to physically take it out on the airline staff.

Pegasus Airlines Cancels Over 200 Flights Amid Snowfall in Istanbul

Urdu Point 06 Feb 2023
ISTANBUL (UrduPoint News / Sputnik - 06th February, 2023) Turkish carrier Pegasus Airlines has canceled over 200 flights to and from the ...

Frontier Airlines offering summer travel pass for $399

Marietta Daily Journal 06 Feb 2023
Feb. 5—Cancellations. Delays. Near misses. These headlines have dominated airline news for San Antonio travelers the past month. Last week there was a bit of good news for people wanting to get away, and if you can navigate the restrictions, ... .

China's Hainan Airlines Resumes Boeing 737 MAX Flights

Simple Flying 06 Feb 2023
This makes Hainan Airlines the second Chinese domestic airline, ...

Female cancer patient offloaded from New York-bound flight; DGCA seeks report from airline

The Economic Times 06 Feb 2023
Female cancer patient offloaded from New York-bound flight; DGCA seeks report from airline ... .

Philadelphia Passenger Loses Shoes, Shirt, Wig Allegedly Brawling with Airline Employees Alongside Daughter

Breitbart 06 Feb 2023
A mother and her daughter allegedly brawled with Spirit Airlines employees in Philadelphia on Monday, losing a few articles of clothing along the way ... .

IATA Warns Ghana Against Blocking Airline's Repatriation Of Profits

MENA FN 06 Feb 2023
(MENAFN - Bangladesh Monitor) Dhaka. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) cautions Ghana to not prevent the repatriation of profits by its member airlines. IATA warned Ghana to feel ... .

Loyalty programs a boon for airlines

The Daily Telegraph Australia 06 Feb 2023
Airline loyalty programs are now the most valuable segment of many carriers, thanks to a simple strategy of selling miles or “points” for more than twice what they’re worth ....

What are the best US airline travel credit cards for 2023?

The National 06 Feb 2023
After a period of staying at home, US travellers are spending heavily and putting miles and points to work again ... Are you one of them? ... ....

Congress working on new airline consumer protections

Gwinnett Daily Post 06 Feb 2023
... on measures that would require airlines to pay .

Ethiopian Airlines Opens 2nd Aviation Training Center In Hawassa

Simple Flying 06 Feb 2023
Ethiopian Airlines Group, Africa's largest aviation group, instituted a new pilot training center in the city of Hawassa on February 4. This new facility becomes the airline's second training center in Ethiopia ....

Philippine Airlines Seeks Fleet Expansion This Year

Simple Flying 06 Feb 2023
Philippine Airlines (PAL) is seeking to grow its fleet. The airline just reacquired an Airbus A330 to meet returning demand ....

Houston airport fire grounds United Airlines flights

ABC News 06 Feb 2023
A fire Sunday morning in a laundry room at the George Bush Intercontinental Airport prompted a ground stop on all United Airlines flights to Houston, officials said ... .

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