IndiGo's rising costs are indication for growth; expect a smooth landing by 2022: CEO Rono Dutta
IndiGo airline's CEO Rono Dutta clears the air on the issue and talks about IndiGo's south-east Asia strategy. Owing to seasonal disruptions, the profitability faltered however they had to start the China and Vietnam flights by October 31 though regulatory approvals there were required and so were the slots.
Vistara to double fleet size by March 2020
Last year, Vistara had ordered 50 aircraft from the Airbus A320neo family, including the A321neo, ...
How govt is trying to make Air India attractive for potential buyers
Tata Group chairman N. Chandrasekaran says he will ask his team "to eval...
Vistara to deploy new A320neo planes with enhanced features on its India-Singapore route from Nov 24
Vistara has been operating daily flights on the Delhi-Singapore and the Mumbai-Singapore routes since August 6 and August 7 respectively, using Boeing 737-800NG planes that were leased post the shutdown of Jet Airways in April this year. These planes can carry extra fuel and can fly one hour extra as compared to old A320neo planes.
Vistara to start flights on Mumbai-Colombo route from Nov 25
Vistara airlines to start daily non-stop flights on Mumbai-Colombo route from November 25 onwards this year. Since August, the airline has started flights connecting India with Dubai, Bangkok and Singapore, now Colombo being the fourth destination.
Air India sale: Tata Group looking at bid to fly the bird it founded 87 years ago back home
Govt has shown willingness to exit Air India, as opposed to its earlier plan of retaining a minority 24%.
Will ask my team to look at bidding for Air India: Tata Group chief
The Tata Group may consider bidding for Air India, an airline it once owned, whenever the govt finalises its sale. “Ideally, it is a Vistara decision. It is not a Tata Sons decision. I will ask the team to evaluate it," said the Tata group chief N Chandrasekaran. Acquisition of Air India would help the Tatas scale their aviation business.
Vistara set to fly to New York, Tokyo in codeshare with SIA, SilkAir
The Delhi-based airline had in August this year extended its codeshare pact with Singapore Airlines and its regional arm SilkAir to international routes as well besides for domestic flights, which is in place since 2017.
Vistara to order 26 CFM engines worth $2.4 billion
Along with the engine order, the airline has also signed a long-term rate per flight hour agreement for maintenance of the 120 Leap-1A engines which will power its 60 Airbus planes in service or on order.
Tata Group restructures GMR deal to meet regulatory norms
A 15% holding for the Tatas would keep its effective stake in Delhi International Airport Ltd, the GAL unit that runs the airport in the national capital, below 10%. Tata, GIC & SSG Capital Management have agreed to invest Rs 8,500 crore in GAL.
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.
Vistara signs pact with Airbus for parts, engineering support
Airbus Services combined aircraft engineering capabilities, expertise in maintenance operations and data analytics know-how will help Vistara to increase its competitiveness and secure its operations.
Amex adds 6 lakh new merchants since 2017
The growth across the country is driven by increased demand from tier-I and tier-II cities where American Express Card members want to spend, the premium credit card and payment platform company said in a release.
The challenges to turn Air India into an entity attractive to potential buyers
With the govt powering ahead with its resolve to sell the airline, hectic efforts are on behind the scenes to pull it back from the brink, bring it to a manageable shape and then hand it over to a buyer who can turn it around.
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.
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