Financial Daily from THE HINDU group of publications
Friday, Sep 20, 2002

News
Features
Stocks
Port Info
Archives

Group Sites

Logistics - Airlines


AI, Air Canada in code-share talks

Our Bureau

NEW DELHI, Sept. 19

AIR India is exploring code share arrangement with Air Canada on the Mumbai/Delhi to Frankfurt sector using the three new flights, which the national flag carrier plans to operate on this sector from December 8.

The Canadian Minister of Transport, Mr David M. Collenette, told the visiting Indian Civil Aviation Minister, Mr Syed Shahnawaz Hussain, in Ottawa that this was a positive development and the two airlines should discuss the issue within the framework of the bilateral air service agreement, an official statement said here on Thursday.

The two Ministers discussed possible areas of cooperation between the two countries, which encompassed a MoU signed between Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd and CHC Helicopter International Incorporated (CHII) on helicopter safety and operation.

The Indian programme for restructuring of major airports to upgrade them to highest international standards with private sector investment and management and the Canadian experience of private sector involvement in infrastructure development were also discussed during the meeting.

Send this article to Friends by E-Mail

Stories in this Section
AI to increase service on Dubai-Bangalore route


AI, Air Canada in code-share talks
Navy objects to tall cranes at Vallarpadam — Ministry keen to get the project going
CESC to move more coal via KDS rail track
Seafarers to be paid allowance for handling radio active cargo
Vizag port posts 58 pc growth in box traffic
Costlier fuel adds to margin pressure of courier cos
Golden Quadrilateral Phase-I to be completed next year


The Hindu Group: Home | About Us | Copyright | Archives | Contacts | Subscription
Group Sites: The Hindu | Business Line | The Sportstar | Frontline | Home |

Copyright 2002, The Hindu Business Line. Republication or redissemination of the contents of this screen are expressly prohibited without the written consent of The Hindu Business Line