Travel & hospitality firms join hands to elevate traveller safety as flights resume
MakeMyTrip said the travel safety pledge has been taken by eminent leaders from the airline, hospitality and other ancillary industries and it showcases the commitment from leaders of the industry which has been one of the worst hit by the pandemic.
Airbus probe in India digs deeper into $2.2 billion jet sale
The ED has stepped up its probe into whether a $2.2-bn Airbus SE jetliner sale t...
Tatas, Singapore Airlines close to making a joint bid for Air India
A new agreement, the report added, is expected to be signed soon. In lieu...
DGCA probe finds ‘alarming practices’ by some airlines
The crackdown came against the brackdrop of accidents and incidents this monsoon.August and September, according to DGCA data, have seen six and two incidents. There were 11 incidents in July — the highest in the year.
Airlines rush to fill in Jet’s space
With jet Airways no longer operating any flights, other airlines have come forward to fill up the winter slots occupied by the Jet till last year. Vistara has taken the lead followed by SpiceJet and AirAsia India in filling up the space.
Air traffic volume picks up again, inches up 6.2 per cent in June
The uptick in June follows a marginal under 3 percent growth in May ferrying 112 million passengers.
DGCA found safety management system of 5 airlines deficient: Government
In a serious lapse, the regulator found, there was a delay in carrying out the corrective actions for the "FOQA exceedances", Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri said.
After turbulent April, domestic air passenger traffic grows by 2.96 per cent in May
In April, domestic air passenger traffic had dropped by 4.5 per cent over the same period last year.
Air India scripts new era in fuel conservation, no 'additional fuel' flight lands at HYD airport
"We will be implementing the same procedure for all our 15 flights that are coming to Hyderabad daily, over a period of time," an Air India official told
No violation of FDI norms in approval to set up AirAsia India, Centre tells Delhi High Court
The government also opposed Swamy's plea seeking stay on AirAsia India's application for an international flying licence, saying it will take a decision in this regard.
AirAsia India plans to deploy 40% of its capacity overseas in 5 years
The plan awaits approval from Tata Sons, the salt-to-software conglomerate that now owns 51% of AirAsia India.
Airline went through some unfortunate incidents: AirAsia India CEO
Sunil Bhaskaran was appointed the chief executive officer (CEO) of the airline in October last year.
AirAsia India gears up to fly overseas, seeks government nod
Vistara, too, had applied for permission to fly overseas in mid-2018, wanting to start the service at the end of last year, and is still awaiting approval.
AirAsia India inducts 20th plane, to add Mumbai in network
Launched in June 2014, AirAsia India is 51 per cent owned by Tata Sons, while the remaining 49 per cent stake are held by Malaysian no-frills carrier AirAsia Berhad.
Tata Steel veteran Sunil Bhaskaran to be new Air Asia India boss
Chairman Ramadorai may also step down for Banmali Agrawala