1. Elimination of Airfare Limits on Domestic Flights from August 31, Says MoC
After analysing the status of scheduled domestic flight operations, the DGCA established upper and lower limitations for air traffic improvement nationwide. This step was taken to give passengers competitive airfare ticket costs and to standardise them. “This decision was made after considering daily demand and air turbine fuel costs. The domestic aircraft traffic sector has started stabilising, and we are confident that it will grow soon”. Jyotiraditya Scindia, the Union Minister for Civil Aviation, tweeted.
2. Sri Lanka All Set To Promote The Ramayana Trail
Ramayana is among the major Sanskrit epics of ancient India. As per their vision of enhancing the Ramayana-based cultural and religious values, the Sri Lanka government has decided to promote the Ramayana Trail to Hindu tourists. It has set up 52 sites on Ramayana Trail. It is expected to help enhance the economic recovery in the country.
3. Dubai is Ready for the Inauguration of The Hindu Temple This Year
With the construction work in its final stages, UAEs Dubai is all set to inaugurate The Hindu Temple on Oct 4, 2022, this year. As per the reports, this temple will house 16 Hindu deities and a community center. The knowledge room and community center will welcome people from 14 January 2023 for events like havan, weddings and several other private functions.
4. Airbus on New Delhi-Abu Dhabi Route Introduced by Etihad
Etihad launches Airbus A350-1000, showcasing the city of Abu Dhabi with smart cabin interiors and epic design details. This airbus will be high on comfort, privacy and in-flight entertainment system to enhance the consumer experience. This family-friendly flight has an inbuilt lighting design influenced by the palm trees of Abu Dhabi. The major purpose of launching this airbus is to control the pollution levels and minimise the effects of jet lag.
5. Air India to Operate 24 More Domestic Flights Starting from Aug 20, 2022
As per Air India, the 24 additional flights will include two new frequencies from Delhi to Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru, and from Mumbai, Chennai, and Hyderabad. Further, a new frequency is also going to be added to the Mumbai-Bengaluru route and Ahmedabad-Pune route each. Only 54 out of 70 planes have been serviceable to date, and the remaining 16 will be active again by early 2023.Book your flights