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  • SpiceJet Says it Has Started Paying Back Its Creditors

    SpiceJet Says it Has Started Paying Back Its Creditors

    SpiceJet has cleared its major outstanding dues related to Income Tax (TDS) payments, the airline said in a release today.

  • SpiceJet Launches Low-Fare Offer; One Lakh Seats on the Block

    SpiceJet Launches Low-Fare Offer; One Lakh Seats on the Block

    Budget carrier SpiceJet on Tuesday put one lakh seats up for grabs on both its domestic and international routes as it rolled out another discount sale offer with tickets priced as low as Rs 1,699 for travel within the country.

  • Airlines Demand Slew of Sops in the Budget

    Airlines Demand Slew of Sops in the Budget

    The FIA has also called for setting up a dedicated fund for scheduled airlines.

  • SpiceJet Ups Ante with 'Cheaper Than Train' Fares at Rs 599

    SpiceJet Ups Ante with 'Cheaper Than Train' Fares at Rs 599

    SpiceJet's "cheaper-than-train-fares" sale, announced on Wednesday, promises to add fuel to fire in the ongoing air fare war in the domestic airline industry. The budget carrier is selling one-way air tickets for as low as Rs 599 (all-inclusive), mak...

  • SpiceJet Launches Another Discounted Ticket Scheme

    SpiceJet Launches Another Discounted Ticket Scheme

    Budget carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday launched another discounted ticket scheme, offering fares as low as Rs 1,599 across its domestic network for travel between February 15 and April 15 to celebrate Valentine's Day.

  • SpiceJet Lessors Seek 11 Planes Back: Report

    SpiceJet Lessors Seek 11 Planes Back: Report

    In fresh trouble for the budget carrier SpiceJet, aircraft lessors have approached the aviation regulator DGCA, seeking its permission to repossess 11 Boeing planes of the airline, even as its revival plan is under review of the Civil Aviation Minist...

  • SpiceJet Needs To Be Saved: Co-founder Ajay Singh

    SpiceJet Needs To Be Saved:  Co-founder Ajay Singh

    SpiceJet co-founder Ajay Singh is returning to rescue the struggling carrier he sold nearly four years ago. Mr Singh, who helped found SpiceJet in 2005, has agreed to take control of the ownership and management of the airline from its majority owner...

  • Now Jet, IndiGo Join Fare War; Roll Out Hefty Discounts

    Now Jet, IndiGo Join Fare War; Roll Out Hefty Discounts

    While low-cost airline IndiGo has launched a 90-day advance purchase scheme, offering a starting fare of Rs 1,647 (for Delhi-Lucknow sector), the Naresh Goyal-promoted Jet Airways has offered fares as low as Rs 1,832 (excluding taxes) for a one-way j...

  • AirAsia Has Little Margin for Error in Crisis Over Missing Jet

    AirAsia Has Little Margin for Error in Crisis Over Missing Jet

    As AirAsia Bhd grapples with its first airliner disaster since its founding a dozen years ago, Asia's biggest budget carrier will have little margin for error given tough competition and thin profits in the sector.

  • Flamboyant AirAsia Boss Confronts First Major Crisis With Missing Flight

    Malaysian mogul Tony Fernandes, who transformed a floundering carrier into Asia's biggest budget airline, faces his first major crisis after an AirAsia plane went missing Sunday with 162 people on board.

  • SpiceJet Flights Resume: 10 Latest Developments

    SpiceJet Flights Resume: 10 Latest Developments

    Budget carrier SpiceJet's flights resumed from 4 pm on Wednesday. The airline was forced to ground its entire fleet this morning after oil companies, which are owed money by the airline, refused to refuel its planes.

  • Centre Gives Spicejet a Week to Come Up With Funding Plan

    Centre Gives Spicejet a Week to Come Up With Funding Plan

    Budget airline Spicejet, which has been battling financial troubles, has got a one-week breather from the government, to come up with a concrete funding plan to turn around the fortunes of the ailing airline.

  • Not Asked to Refund Bookings: SpiceJet

    Not Asked to Refund Bookings: SpiceJet

    The aviation regulator is said to have cracked the whip on the airline after it said that as part of its cost-cutting initiative it would only operate 22-24 aircraft, down from 35 planes which were in service till two months ago.

  • Forty Pilots Quit SpiceJet; Auditors Doubt Airline's Viability: Report

    Forty Pilots Quit SpiceJet; Auditors Doubt Airline's Viability: Report

    The airline auditors in their recent report have cast doubts over the ability of media baron Kalanithi Maran's budget carrier to run it as a "going concern".

  • Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Travels Economy Class to Goa

    Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar Travels Economy Class to Goa

    Dumping the official executive jet that he is entitled to, Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar on Wednesday flew economy class on a budget airline to his home state of Goa.

  • Cheap Air Tickets Bringing in More Flyers: SpiceJet

    Cheap Air Tickets Bringing in More Flyers: SpiceJet

    Domestic budget airline SpiceJet has been at the forefront of announcing promotional schemes to attract flyers. Speaking to NDTV Profit, Sanjiv Kapoor, chief operating officer of SpiceJet, the airline has seen a bump-up in passenger traffic, whenever...

  • 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.

  • 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.

  • Budget Airline AirAsia Considers Flying Into Dubai: Group CEO

    Budget Airline AirAsia Considers Flying Into Dubai: Group CEO

    AirAsia Bhd, Asia's largest budget airline by passengers, is in talks with the Dubai authorities to start flying into the emirate, group chief executive Tony Fernandes has said.

  • Air France Pilots End Marathon Strike

    Air France Pilots End Marathon Strike

    Air France's main pilots' union on Sunday announced the end of a crippling, two-week strike held over the development of the airline's low-cost subsidiary.

  • Air India Set to Send Pilots to Fill Shortfall in Express Service: Report

    Air India Set to Send Pilots to Fill Shortfall in Express Service: Report

    Air Indias board has cleared a proposal for sending its pilots on deputation to its budget arm, Air India Express, which has been facing shortage of commanders for some time now, according to airline sources.

  • Air India Set to Send Pilots to Fill Shortfall in Express Service

    Air India Set to Send Pilots to Fill Shortfall in Express Service

    The Air India board has cleared a proposal for sending its pilots on deputation to its budget arm, Air India Express, which has been facing shortage of commanders for some time now, airline sources said today.

  • An 11 Billion Dollar Order for 100 Boeing Planes

    An 11 Billion Dollar Order for 100 Boeing Planes

    Irish budget airline Ryanair agreed to buy 100 aircraft from Boeing for $11 billion, with an option to purchase another 100 planes from the aerospace giant, the companies announced on Monday.

  • AirAsia Launches Flights to Chandigarh, Jaipur from Bangalore

    AirAsia Launches Flights to Chandigarh, Jaipur from Bangalore

    AirAsia India today launched daily flight services to Chandigarh and Jaipur from its current hub Bangalore, marking its entry in the North Indian market.

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