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  • AirAsia India's Diwali Offer: Fares Start at Rs 999

    AirAsia India's Diwali Offer: Fares Start at Rs 999

    AirAsia India from September 5 added Jaipur and Chandigarh to its network as part of its first foray into north India.

  • The $40 Billion Jet-Buying Spree: IndiGo's Big Bet

    The $40 Billion Jet-Buying Spree: IndiGo's Big Bet

    Almost four years ago a handful of people gathered in Airbus sales chief John Leahy's spacious country house outside Toulouse and argued long into the evening.

  • Gujaratis in Britain Want Ahmedabad Flights

    Gujaratis in Britain Want Ahmedabad Flights

    Britain-based overseas Gujaratis want direct flights between Britain and Ahmedabad in India's Gujarat state.

  • No-frill Carrier IndiGo Remains Market Leader

    No-frill Carrier IndiGo Remains Market Leader

    The number of air travellers who flew in September was 58.22 lakh, an increase of close to 28 per cent over the 45.55 lakh passengers during the same period last year, latest figures issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) showed.

  • Harrison Ford Joins British Flying Club

    Harrison Ford Joins British Flying Club

    Harrison Ford is keeping up with his love for aviation during his time in UK by joining a local flying club

  • Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Vistara's First Aircraft Lands in Delhi, to Undergo Checks

    Tata-SIA joint airline venture Vistaras first Airbus A-320 aircraft, painted with its logo and livery, landed at the IGI Airport here on Wednesday, taking the carrier a step closer to its launch.

  • Airbus to Surpass 1,000 Net Orders After IndiGo Deal

    Airbus to Surpass 1,000 Net Orders After IndiGo Deal

    Airbus looks set to exceed 1,000 net orders this year after securing a provisional deal with Indian carrier IndiGo for 250 revamped A320neo jets, its sales chief said on Wednesday.

  • IndiGo Places Largest-Ever Order of Airbus Aircraft

    IndiGo Places Largest-Ever Order of Airbus Aircraft

    Indian budget airline IndiGo has agreed to buy 250 A320 planes from Airbus, a purchase that could be worth $25.5 billion (over Rs. 1.5 lakh crore) and rank as the largest single order of jets from the European plane maker.

  • IndiGo Could Place Big Aircraft Order by Early 2015: Report

    IndiGo Could Place Big Aircraft Order by Early 2015: Report

    IndiGo, India's largest airline by market share, could pick up a combination of regional planes that can seat up to 100 passengers, narrowbody aircraft such as the Airbus Group NV A320s that it already operates, and widebody jets for launching medium...

  • SpiceJet Still Needs Funds as Turnaround Takes Hold: Executive

    SpiceJet Still Needs Funds as Turnaround Takes Hold: Executive

    Budget carrier SpiceJet Ltd's top official warned the loss-making airline still needs new funding to anchor its turnaround efforts, even as its operating performance improves with higher revenue per seat amid reduced capacity.

  • We Have the Right to be Represented by Lawyers: Kingfisher Airlines

    We Have the Right to be Represented by Lawyers: Kingfisher Airlines

    Ailing Kingfisher Airlines, facing proceedings initiated by Punjab National Bank (PNB) to declare the airline, its guarantors Vijay Mallya and UBHL as 'wilful defaulters', told the Delhi High Court on Monday that it has the right to be represented by...

  • IndiGo's 'Lower than Low' Offer Starts at Rs 1589

    IndiGo's 'Lower than Low' Offer Starts at Rs 1589

    The booking for the SpiceJet scheme is open till October 9, 2014. This SpiceJet offer is applicable on travel period between November 7, 2014, and January 31, 2015.

  • Sachin Tendulkar Attends 82nd Foundation Day of Indian Air Force

    Sachin Tendulkar Attends 82nd Foundation Day of Indian Air Force

    Sachin Tendulkar is the first to have been honoured with a Group Captain's rank - in 2010, despite no aviation experience.

  • Airlines Fly the Skies on a Sugar High

    Airlines Fly the Skies on a Sugar High

    Renewable bio-jet fuels like farnesane hold the elusive promise of better energy security, reduced carbon emissions and lower fuel costs - an increasingly pressing concern as international regulators prepare to tighten regulations.

  • SpiceJet Is Back With Super Sale Offer

    SpiceJet Is Back With Super Sale Offer

    SpiceJet has been one of the most aggressive players in offering promotional schemes, announcing more than a dozen offers this year.

  • Small City Routes Hold Big Potential for Indian Carriers

    Small City Routes Hold Big Potential for Indian Carriers

    Higher disposable incomes, an expanding middle class and rapid urbanisation have made India one of the world's fastest growing domestic aviation markets, where passenger numbers are expected to grow by more than 75 percent in the next six years to ex...

  • Air India Staff Suspended over Negligence

    Air India Staff Suspended over Negligence

    Cracking the whip against negligent Air India employees, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju on Saturday suspended ground handling and security officers for lapses in detecting a dummy grenade in one of the airline's planes that was to opera...

  • Smoke Forces Emergency Exit From Plane in Pakistan

    Smoke Forces Emergency Exit From Plane in Pakistan

    Smoke inside the cabin of a Dubai-bound Emirates plane about to take off from Pakistan's Karachi airport forced an emergency evacuation of passengers from the aircraft on Saturday, a Pakistani civil aviation spokesman said.

  • With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    After a four-month hiatus, the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is about to resume in a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean, with searchers lowering new equipment deep beneath the waves in a bid to finally solve one of the world's most perplexi...

  • Aviation PSUs to Fill Top Posts

    Aviation PSUs to Fill Top Posts

    Two major aviation PSUs - Airports Authority of India (AAI) and Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited, which were headless for several months, would soon have their top posts filled, with the Public Enterprises Selection Board(PESB) shortlisting candidates ...

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