AutomaticDependence Surveillance System (ADSS) which is an AAI’s execution of utilizing innovation in a indigenous manner, at Kolkataand Chennai Air Traffic Control Centres, made India the main nation to utilizethis innovation in the South East Asian district along these lines empoweringAir Traffic Control over maritime zones utilizing satellite method ofcorrespondence. Execution Based Navigation (PBN) methodology have just beenactualized at Mumbai, Delhi and Ahmedabad Airports and are probably going to beexecuted at different Airports in a staged way. AAI is executing the GAGANventure in innovative coordinated effort with the Indian Space ResearchOrganization (ISRO), where the satellite based framework will be utilized forroute. The route flags in this manner got from the GPS will be increased toaccomplish the navigational prerequisite of flying machine. To start withperiod of innovation show framework was finished in February 2008. The strength of the Malindo Air will be their pricingbecause it’s the cheapest budget airline.
They also were providing travelinsurance to their customers. In combination with Chubb Insurance MalaysiaBerhad, they have created Malindo Air Travel Insurance, a business managingtravel insurance solution, guaranteeing that they fulfil their word to theircustomer to offer excellent goods and services every time they travel. From theview of weakness, there might befall some incidents without our knowledge. Forexample, on 28 June 2017, within duration of two days, a following Malindo Airflight OD163 from Bangladesh to Kuala Lumpur was forced to backtrack to the ShahJalal International Airport due to a cracked windshield. The implementation of a Goods and Services Tax(GST) is scheduled for 1 July 2017, and there are many issues of concern forthe industry. Acceptance of global best practices for international airtransport taxation, e.
g., zero rating, are highly unlikely, and advocacy effortsare focusing on workable rules and a cost-neutral transition.India’seconomic regulations oblige airports to consult with airlines on capitaldevelopment plans. This, however, rarely occurs, and the regulator’s lack ofenforcement is resulting in costly airport development plans that appearunlikely to address airline and passenger needs. IATA has been lobbying theregulator on this issue while pursuing dialogue with Delhi and other majorairports on their master planning.