Travel Tuesday: 4 Stunning Islands close to Phi Phi that will astound you

The Phi Phi Islands are situated in Thailand's Andaman Sea, 740 km south of Bangkok, between the sizable island of Phuket and the Straits of Malacca. The name Koh Khai Nok comes from the fact that this island is formed like an egg and features white beaches.
#PINKVILLA #Thailand #Travel #TouristDestinations #BeachesIslands


4 months ago

DGCA Conducts Spot Checks on 48 SpiceJet Aircraft; Finds No Major Safety Violation

SpiceJet planes were involved in at least eight technical malfunction incidents in the 18-day period starting June 19. The regulator conducted 53 spot checks on 48 SpiceJet aircraft between July 9 and July 13. SpiceJet has been ordered to use certain identified aircraft only after confirming to the regulator that all reported defects/malfunctions are rectified.
#SpiceJet #BusinessIndustrial #TransportationLogistics #Travel


4 months ago

Moove: Uber brings mobility fintech Moove to India to boost driver ecosystem

Moove embeds its alternative credit scoring technology onto ride-hailing platforms and leverages proprietary performance and revenue analytics to underwrite loans to drivers who have previously been excluded from financial services. Moove aims to launch 5,000 CNG and electric vehicles within the first year and plans to scale to 30,000 over the next five years in India.
#Moove #India #Travel #CarRentalTaxiServices #AutosVehicles


4 months ago

GI tag for Alibag’s white onion brings cheer to farmers    BusinessLine

Geographical Indication (GI) tagged white onion has been accepted for Alibag white onion. The GI tag gives a unique identity to the white onion, which has medicinal qualities and is being cultivated in a traditional way for a long time. Farmers will directly benefit from the GI tag as the onion will get the premium price.
#TheHinduBusinessLine #Alibag #Travel #TouristDestinations #BeachesIslands


4 months ago

As Covid cases surge, Pak to strictly monitor passengers from India: Report

India's tally of COVID-19 cases rose to 4,39,05,621 after the country reported 16,866 new infections in a day. The daily positivity rate crossed 7 per cent again after a gap of 168 days. The Directorate of Health Sciences in issued a circular on the instructions of Health Minister Qadir Patel.
#QadirPatel #DirectorateofHealthSciences #India #Travel


4 months ago

German Tourists Advised to Use Colourful Luggage to Avoid Airport Delays

Black suitcases have contributed to difficulties faced by airlines and baggage handlers in recent weeks. Head of Frankfurt airport said it was “hard to distinguish them from each other’s. He told German media his advice to passengers was to bring hand luggage only. It is estimated there are about 2,000 stranded cases at the airport.
#German #Frankfurt #Travel


4 months ago

Indian Railways to Soon Upgrade Point of Selling Machines; What it Means For Passengers

The Indian Railways recently notified to upgrade the Point of Selling machines (POS) These upgraded POS will boost seamless payment through Debit, Credit, and UPI. Earlier, these POS had a 2G network sim but this up-gradation will replace it with a 4G sim.
#IndianRailways #Travel #BusRail #BusinessIndustrial


4 months ago

Jennifer Lopez celebrates her 53rd birthday with hubby Ben Affleck in Paris after dropping her nude photoshoot

The singer recently tied the knot with Ben Affleck in los angeles. The couple were reportedly spotted strolling together during their stay in Paris.
#BenAffleck #PINKVILLA #Paris #News #ArtsEntertainment #CelebritiesEntertainmentNews


4 months ago

Destinations in India to capture memories with your parents

A family-friendly trip to the white desert is a once-in-a-lifetime memory you may share with your parents. A trip to this beautiful state in the western Himalayas is the ideal synthesis of conventional history and contemporary life.
#PINKVILLA #Himalaya #Travel


4 months ago

1,000 complaints against Air India in three months: Centre

Around 1,000 passenger complaints received against Air India during last three months. Complaints related to issues such as refund of fares, overbooking of flights and staff behaviour. The Tata Group on January 27 took control of Air India after winning the bid for the airline on October 8 last year.
#AirIndia #Travel #AirTravel


4 months ago

Cable theft hits train operations on Metro’s Blue Line

Train operations were hit on the Blue Line of the Delhi Metro on Tuesday for the entire duration of the services. A suspected cable theft incident between the Indraprastha and Yamuna Bank stations led to a signalling problem, resulting in train movement being operated manually. The Delhi Metro Rail Corporation said delays were occurring on the down line from Dwarka towards Noida Electronic City and Vaishali.
#DelhiMetro #Indraprastha #Travel #BusRail #BusinessIndustrial


4 months ago

Delhi Metro's CABLE gets stolen from tracks! Huge delay on THIS line

Delhi Metro rail services are affected on the blue line stretch between the Indraprastha and Yamuna Bank stations since Tuesday morning. The cable theft has resulted in track circuit drop (signalling issue) in this section restricting the trains to move in manual mode with limited speed of up to 25 KMPH only.
#DelhiMetro #Indraprastha #Travel #BusRail #BusinessIndustrial


4 months ago

‘Shift passengers with monkey pox symptoms to isolation ward’

Deputy Commissioner K.V. Rajendra spoke at a meeting on precautionary measures to be taken to contain the spread of monkey pox, at the airport in Mangaluru on Tuesday. He asked the airport and airlines to take all precautionary. Measures should be taken immediately after the landing of any aircraft.
#V.Rajendra #TheHindu #Mangaluru #Travel #AirTravel


4 months ago

Go First's aircraft rejects take off as dog comes on Leh airport runway

DGCA officials called it a 'routine' incident. Both the planes — involved in engine snag incidents — will fly only when cleared.
#GoFirst #Indian #Leh #BusinessIndustrial #TransportationLogistics #Travel


4 months ago

Britain heatwave melts Royal Air Force base's runway as record 40°C witnessed

Britain heatwave melts Royal Air Force base's runway as record 40°C witnessed. Heathrow in south-west London recorded 40.2 degrees Celsius on Tuesday. Meteorological Office red warning of danger to life from extreme heat remains in place for much of central, northern, and south-east England.
#RoyalAirForce #Celsius #Britain #Travel #AirTravel #BusinessIndustrial


4 months ago

Five new flights from Hyderabad to Delhi, Nashik

SpiceJet has announced the launch of five daily flights from Hyderabad to Nashik (Maharashtra) and Delhi starting July 22. The airline will connect Hyderabad with Nashik under UDAN scheme and will also introduce direct domestic flights to Jammu. In addition to the flights, SpiceJet is launching 21 new domestic flights connecting various parts of the country.
#SpiceJet #Hyderabad #Travel #AirTravel


4 months ago

Madame Tussauds Noida opens for public: Click pics with Kareena Kapoor, SRK, Ranbir Kapoor & other celebs

Madame Tussauds India reopens to much fanfare at its new home in Noida. The wax museum features close to 50 figures from various fields, including history, sports, music, film, and television. The ticket price for a visit continues to be Rs 960 for adults and Rs 760 for children.
#KareenaKapoor #MadameTussaudsIndia #Noida #Reference #LibrariesMuseums #Museums


4 months ago

Passenger volume at Mumbai airport rises 132% in first half of 2022

Passenger volume at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport spiked 132% year-on-year. Surge in travel demand was mainly driven by domestic passenger volume along with chartered services operations, among others. CSMIA handled 13.36 million domestic passengers and 3.48 million international travellers in first half of 2022.
#CSMIA #Mumbai #Travel


4 months ago

Flight delays & lost luggage: How staff shortage is leading to chaos at European

European airports are in a state of chaos due to staff shortages. This comes at a bad time, as people are eager to travel again after the pandemic. Delays, cancellations and long lines wherever you look are due to long queues and lost luggage. It's a cruel summer for holiday-goers, with delays and cancellations all over Europe.
#HindustanTimes #European #Europe #Travel #AirTravel


4 months ago

DGCA conducts spot checks, identifies reasons for increase in technical snags: Details here

The DGCA has issued guidelines for airlines on the deployment of AME personnel with a deadline of July 28. Spot checks also found that the AME teams of airlines are improperly identifying the cause of a reported defect. There has been an increasing trend of MEL (minimum equipment list) releases of aircraft.
#DGCA #Travel #AirTravel #BusinessIndustrial


4 months ago

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