Modest growth in passenger volume at Mangalore airport

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Mangalore International Airport saw an increase of 3.88 per cent in the number of passeng... »

Mangalore International Airport records 4% growth in passenger traffic


The Mangalore International Airport (MIA) has recorded a four per cent growth in passenger traff... »

Freight corridor body readies contracts for award

Mamuni Das

Dedicated Freight Corridor Corporation of India Limited (DFCCIL), which hopes to start operat... »

Kerala to speed up land acquisition for NH development

Kerala Chief Minister Oommen Chandy (file photo)


The Congress-led UDF Government in Kerala today decided to assure the Centre that it would acqui... »

Air cargo: India 2nd fastest growing market after Middle East


India has emerged as the second fastest growing air cargo market after the Middle East and is ex... »

Air freight outlook improves, says IATA


The outlook for air freight demand is improving after several years in the doldrums, the International Air Transport Association said on Wednesday. The industry body said that internation... »

CBI arrests Railway Board official


CBI on Wednesday arrested a Railway Board official for allegedly receiving a bribe of Rs five lakh from a Mumbai-based tour operator for adding coaches in trains for tourist purposes. CB... »

Cut logistics cost to ‘Make More’ in India

NK Kurup

The Prime Minister’s ‘Make in India’ pitch is getting shriller, and rightly so. Modi touched the right chord – to make the country a global manufacturing hub! No one disagrees with the view tha... »

Hudhud costs Rs 250 cr loss for Waltair division of East Coast Rly

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The Waltair division of the East Coast Railway (E Co R) has been hit hard by cyclone Hudhud and the loss is estimated at around Rs 250 crore.The roofs of platforms and foot-over-bridges... »

Star Alliance to develop `seamless hubs’ at Delhi, Mumbai airports


Airports at Delhi and Mumbai would be developed as ‘seamless hubs’ by the 27-member airline grouping Star Alliance and work on it may start next year itself, a top alliance official has said. ... »

Lufthansa’s India operations hit by pilot stir

Ashwini Phadnis

Lufthansa operations to India have been affected by its pilots’ strike. According to an airline spokesman, Tuesday’s departures from Delhi to Frankfurt and Munich had to be cancelled, as were thos... »

Truck rentals to go down by 3-4%

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Truck rentals are expected to dip three-four per cent after the fall in diesel prices on main trunk routes, said SP Singh, Senior Fellow, Indian Foundation of Transport Research and Traini... »

Gadkari to launch Electronic toll collection on Oct 27

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Union Minister of Road Transport & Highways Nitin Gadkari is to inaugurate the Narendra Modi government’s plan to collect toll through Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) on Oct. 27. »

AERA extends date for charging of tariff for Delhi airport

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The Airports Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) in an order dated October 14, 2014 has extended the date for charging of tariff for Delhi International Airport Pvt Ltd (as per its order dated Ap... »

Cochin Port Trust aims higher cargo movement to Maldives

V. Sajeev Kumar

The Cochin Port Trust is exploring ways to promote cargo movement to Maldives Port through a regular shipping service.A lot of Indian origin produce are now routed to Maldives throug... »

Ahmedabad metro rail project gets Govt nod

Cathay Pacific appoints new area sales manager for AP, Telangana

S. Railway to run special train for Diwali

Ferrying 19 lakh people, IndiGo retains top slot

Mangalore airport to be shut at night for 6 months

Kolkata-Chennai train rescheduled

Airbus to cut A330 production rate in 2015

Air India ponders buying the A-320 NEO

Lufthansa close to deal with IBM for IT infrastructure unit


German airline Lufthansa is close to a deal to sell its IT infrastructure unit to IBM, including an outsourcing agreement for the services, as part of a shake-up of its technology activities, it s... »

South African Airways to educate travellers on country being Ebola safe

Ashwini Phadnis

To tell travellers that South Africa is not affected by the deadly Ebola virus, South African Airways plans to follow the route adopted by its counterpart in Hong Kong – using flyers to show th... »

Jet, SpiceJet start another fare war


Jet Airways and SpiceJet on Tuesday launched yet another fare war in the domestic market ahead of Diwali, announcing limited-period one-way all-inclusive economy fares starting ₹899. Both... »

SpiceJet announces yet another low-fare offer


SpiceJet today announced yet another limited-period discounted one-way domestic fare offer, ranging from all-inclusive fare of Rs 899 to Rs 2,499.While tickets can be booked at low fares ti... »

Eastern Railway to run special trains for Diwali

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For Diwali festival, Eastern Railway will run nine pairs of special trains between Howrah-Raxaul, Malda-Anand Vihar and& Howrah-Patna between October 23 and November 14.​ ... »

TCS-developed data base for Star Alliance goes live

Ashwini Phadnis

A premium customer data base, which helps Star Alliance recognise customers who are Gold and Silver members more easily than in the past, went live on September 30 this year, said Justin Erbacc... »

Japanese majors eye Railways electric loco supply deal

Mamuni Das

Japanese majors, such as Toshiba, Kawasaki Heavy Industries, Mitsubishi Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric and Mitsui are keen on participating in the supply of 200 electric locomotives to In... »

Air India to get Rs 6,000 cr capital infusion from government


State-owned Air India will get around Rs 3,000 crore more in the later part of this fiscal from the Government towards capital infusion and the ailing carrier is expected to make operational profi... »

Indian firm to develop Iran’s Chabahar Port

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An Indian joint venture company will develop the Chabahar Port in Iran with an investment of $85.21 million (around ₹520 crore) and operate the port for 10 years through a leasing agreement. Th... »

Boeing 787 order: Air India wants to shift from 'sale-and-lease-back' to buy

Air India Boeing 787 Dreamliner (file photo)

Ashwini Phadnis

Air India has written to the Government seeking permission to shift from sale and lease back to outright purchase of the 15 Boeing 787 aircraft that the airline is yet to acquire. Air Ind... »

India to develop Chahbahar Port with $85 m investment

Coast Guard to base ICGS Amartya at Mangalore

Delhi Metro plans 104-km-long corridor in phase IV

Trans-loading at Kanika Sands begins

Vizag ports still paralysed; only VCTPL functional

Container handling charges set to drop substantially at Vallarpadam

Chandilya: AirAsia profitable on 4 out of 5 routes

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