InterGlobe Aviation, which controls India’s biggest airline IndiGo, took a battering in the markets on Friday as uncertainty over plane deliveries.
IndiGo has a fleet of 101 A320s. It was slated to get the first of 180 ordered Neos in December or early January.
GoAir will operate three night flights in this sector in January, five night flights in February and six night flights in March.
The airline posted a net profit of Rs 657.3 cr for Oct-Dec quarter. A company exec said it’s the biggest quarterly net profit in IndiGo’s ten-year history.
State-run helicopter operator Pawan Hans Thursday said it has declared a dividend of Rs 7.76 crore for the financial year 2014-15.
The Sydney-based consultant said the country’s carriers may at their best lose $350 million, down from $1.25 billion in the last financial year.
Mudaliar previously served as chief sales and marketing officer at Lenskart.com. He has also previously worked at Tata Sky.
The GVK-operated Mumbai International Airport Private Limited along with Kale Logistics Solutions has launched a cargo mobile app as an extension to its air cargo.
On Tuesday, Jet Airways announced special inaugural fares for flights between India and Amsterdam, the airline's new European gateway.
The central government plans to increase the share of inland waterways in goods and passenger traffic from 3.5% to 15% by the end of its five years’ term, shipping and transport minister, Nitin Gadkari said.
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