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  • GoAir Offers Discounted Fares Starting Rs 1,469

    GoAir Offers Discounted Fares Starting Rs 1,469

    Aiming to stimulate demand during the lean period, Wadia Group-promoted budget carrier GoAir has said it is putting up 1.7 million seats for sale, offering fares as low as Rs 1,469 for travel next year with a five-day booking period starting Sunday.

  • SpiceJet Could See Change of Guard: Report

    SpiceJet Could See Change of Guard: Report

    SpiceJet could see a change of guard if Indian and foreign investors, who are now carrying out due diligence on the cash-strapped airline, are convinced about investing over Rs 1,200 crore and picking up a considerable stake in it, industry sources s...

  • Rajinder Khanna to be New Chief of RAW, Prakash Mishra to Head CRPF

    Rajinder Khanna to be New Chief of RAW, Prakash Mishra to Head CRPF

    Special Secretary in Research and Analysis Wing or RAW, the country's external intelligence gathering agency, Rajinder Khanna was today appointed as its new chief.

  • SpiceJet Resumes Normal Operations

    SpiceJet Resumes Normal Operations

    SpiceJet will operate another 106 flights for the rest of the day, Mr Kapoor said.

  • Vistara to Launch Operations From January 9

    Vistara to Launch Operations From January 9

    Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture airline Vistara on Thursday announced the launch of its operations from January 9 with flight from Delhi to Mumbai and Ahmedabad.

  • SBI Has No Plans to Lend to SpiceJet

    SBI Has No Plans to Lend to SpiceJet

    Earlier this week, the Civil Aviation Ministry had said it may request Indian banks/financial institutions to extend loans of up to Rs 600 crore to the airline.

  • SpiceJet Rescue Plan Marks Bold Bet on Indian Aviation Recovery

    SpiceJet Rescue Plan Marks Bold Bet on Indian Aviation Recovery

    The co-founder of SpiceJet is leading over Rs 1500 crore rescue effort to pull the low-cost carrier back from the brink of collapse, in a bold bet on the recovery of an industry plagued by high costs and heavy losses.

  • SpiceJet Likely to Go Kingfisher Airlines' Way: Analysts

    SpiceJet Likely to Go Kingfisher Airlines' Way: Analysts

    The news of fresh investment in to SpiceJet might have enthused traders, but most analysts believe that SpiceJet will go the Kingfisher way.

  • After SpiceJet, Government Mulls Relief Package for Airlines

    After SpiceJet, Government Mulls Relief Package for Airlines

    Maintaining that the SpiceJet crisis has triggered the preparation of such a package, they said, there are a series of proposals were being considered to help the bleeding aviation industry.

  • Fasten Your Seatbelts and Prepare... to Stay at Home

    Fasten Your Seatbelts and Prepare... to Stay at Home

    Looking for that perfect gift for the aviation fan who has everything? One Japanese airline has the answer: a seat from a retired jumbo jet.

  • SpiceJet Resumes Operation, Pays Cash to Buy Jet Fuel

    SpiceJet Resumes Operation, Pays Cash to Buy Jet Fuel

    The airline came out of the brink on Thursday after all its flights were grounded for about ten hours on Wednesday before it made part payment of Rs 3 crore to oil companies enabling it to partly resume operations.

  • No Bank Wants to Lend to Us: SpiceJet

    No Bank Wants to Lend to Us: SpiceJet

    The aviation ministry had said it may request Indian banks and financial institutions to extend loans of upto Rs 600 crore to the airline -- backed by the personal guarantee of SpiceJet chairman Mr Maran.

  • Sun Group Says it Cannot Afford SpiceJet's Rescue

    Sun Group Says it Cannot Afford SpiceJet's Rescue

    The parent of SpiceJet Ltd said it cannot afford to bail out the cash-strapped budget carrier that was forced to ground its entire fleet on Wednesday after creditor oil firms refused to refuel the aircraft. Shares in SpiceJet dropped over 8 per cent ...

  • Sun Group Says Cannot Invest Large Sums to Revive SpiceJet

    Sun Group Says Cannot Invest Large Sums to Revive SpiceJet

    SpiceJet was forced to ground its entire fleet on Wednesday after oil companies, which are owed money by the airline, refused to refuel its planes.

  • SpiceJet Flights Grounded as Oil Companies Stop Fuel Supply

    SpiceJet Flights Grounded as Oil Companies Stop Fuel Supply

    On Tuesday, there was chaos at airports with many Spicejet flights cancelled or delayed for over five hours when oil companies reportedly suspended supply of fuel. Flight operations had resumed later in the day.

  • Six Indian Carriers Owe Rs 5,889 Crore to Airports Body, 3 Oil Firms

    Six Indian Carriers Owe Rs 5,889 Crore to Airports Body, 3 Oil Firms

    Six Indian carriers including beleaguered SpiceJet, now-collapsed Kingfisher Airlines and Paramount Airways jointly owe a whopping Rs 5,889 crore to the Airports Authority of India (AAI) and three state-run oil companies, the Rajya Sabha was informed...

  • Airline Industry Suffered Over Rs 5,964 Loss in FY14

    Airline Industry Suffered Over Rs 5,964 Loss in FY14

    The domestic airline industry suffered a total operating loss of over Rs 5,964 crore, including more than Rs 2,874 crore of Jet Airways and Rs 2,123 crore of national carrier Air India, in 2013-14, the Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday.

  • Government Comes to SpiceJet's Rescue, Airline Gets More Time to Pay Bills

    Government Comes to SpiceJet's Rescue, Airline Gets More Time to Pay Bills

    Loss-making airline SpiceJet Ltd won a crucial reprieve from clamouring creditors on Tuesday, after the government asked airport operators and fuel suppliers to give the carrier more time to pay its bills.

  • India's Aviation Safety Mechanism May Remain Downgraded

    India's Aviation Safety Mechanism May Remain Downgraded

    The American aviation regulator, which conducted a fresh safety audit of DGCA from December eight, is likely to determine India's safety rating in March 2015, almost a year after downgrading it from the top Category-I to Category-II.

  • SpiceJet Cancellations Trigger Chaos At Airports

    SpiceJet Cancellations Trigger Chaos At Airports

    Yesterday, the Sun-group-controlled airline had earned some breathing space when the government said it would allow it another week to come up with a fresh proposal for equity infusion. SpiceJet has a liability burden of over Rs 2,000 crore and owes ...

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