Jet Airways to sell Netherlands business to KLM
Once India's biggest private carrier, Jet stopped flying in April after running out of cash, leaving thousands without jobs and pushing up air fares across the country. Shares of Jet Airways were trading 4.92 per cent lower than their previous close on BSE at Rs 45.40 apiece.
will.i.am-Qantas row: Artist accuses flight attendant of racism, airline calls it 'misunderstanding'
The rapper said the attendant called the...
IndiGo to start flights to Dammam from three Indian cities
"The airline will operate a total of 10 daily direct flights connecting Dammam wit...
Air India cost saving plans to add over Rs 700 crore per annum, as govt readies plan to divest stake
While one initiative of moving to one ticket booking software for domestic flight bookings would save about Rs 519 crore in 2020, the other initiative of putting a bigger aircraft on Delhi-London route and smaller Dreamliner on Delhi-Washington route would add about Rs 100 crore to airline’s bottom line.
Indian, Russian school students share best practices in contemporary innovation
This colloboration and student exchange program was conceived by the Hon. Prime Minister of India, Mr Narendra Modi during his visit to SIRIUS, Sochi in May 2018. Later, a MoU was signed between Atal Innovation Mission (AIM) and SIRIUS Education Center, in Oct 2018.
Air India unable to move engine due to Rs 100 crore GST dues
The airline hopes to pay the GST dues on Thursday, along with salary to employees. “We have raised the cash to pay for these things from our ticket sales. Hopefully, we will be able to send the engine to Vadodara once some GST dues are paid on Thursday, and then we raise the e-way bill required for that shipment,” said the official.
GoAir offers flight tickets at Rs 1714 to mark airline's 14th anniversary
Non stop GoAir flights from Mumbai can be availed for Rs. 1714/- (all inclusive) on the domestic and Rs. 5714/- (all inclusive) on international routes. This offer is available exclusively across GoAir networks (GoAir website, GoAir ticketing counters, GoAir Call Centre and travel agents) on first-come-first-serve basis.
Air India becomes first airline to use Taxibot on A320 aircraft
Taxibot is a robot-used aircraft tractor for taxiing an aircraft from parking bay to runway and vice versa.
FAA rebuffs Boeing with vow to scrutinise all 737 MAX deliveries
US aviation regulators will conduct the final approval of factory-fresh Boeing 737 Max jets rather than allowing company employees to handle routine signoffs before the planes are delivered.
In talks with IndiGo to enhance codeshare agreement: Turkish Airlines
A codeshare agreement allows two airlines to sell seats on each others' flights in order to provide passengers with a wider choice of destinations.
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.
GoAir's network planning head quits
"His family could not join him in India and hence Samir has decided to go back to his family," a GoAir spokesperson said.
'Golden age' for Indian aviation sector; fundamentals strong: IndiGo chief
IndiGo has been aggressively expanding its operations and has started 11 overseas routes in the last one year. Recently, it placed an order for 300 more planes from Airbus and is also considering wide-body aircraft for long haul routes. IndiGo, owned by InterGlobe Aviation, is the country's largest airline with a market share of 48.2% in September.
Synergy, Delhi-based firm show interest in Jet Airways
Synergy owns majority shares in airlines including Colombian carrier Avianca Holdings. The conglomerate had last time submitted an expression of interest in August after the August 10 deadline set by the resolution professional running the bid process.
InterGlobe Aviation shares tank over 4% after DGCA directive
The scrip of budget carrier IndiGo's parent tanked 4.23 per cent to Rs 1,389 on the BSE.
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