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  • 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.

  • Jet Airways Announces Rs 500 Fare Offer For Domestic Route

    Jet Airways Announces Rs 500 Fare Offer For Domestic Route

    A day after budget carrier SpiceJet announced fares starting at Rs 499 across its domestic network, Jet Airways too jumped on the bandwagon rolling out Rs 500 fares for the economy class on its domestic flights for a limited period today.

  • AirAsia India Offers Fares From Rs 1,290 on Tickets Till December

    AirAsia India Offers Fares From Rs 1,290 on Tickets Till December

    Budget carrier Air Asia India has come up with yet another discount offer. The airline is offering all-in fares from Rs 1,290 on different routes. This offer is applicable on bookings till September 7, 2014, and travel period between September 5, 201...

  • AirAsia India Safety Head Resigns: Report

    AirAsia India Safety Head Resigns: Report

    AirAsia India's head of safety Sumant Mishra has resigned, according to sources, three months after the domestic arm of the Malaysian budget airline AriAsia got off the ground.

  • AirAsia Launches Free User Trial of On Board WiFi

    AirAsia Launches Free User Trial of On Board WiFi

    Malaysia's budget airline AirAsia has launched a two month-long free user trial of its on board WiFi service designed to provide affordable, low-cost Internet connectivity to passengers.

  • AirAsia Launches Free User Trial of on Board WiFi Service

    AirAsia Launches Free User Trial of on Board WiFi Service

    Malaysia's budget airline AirAsia has launched a two month-long free user trial of its on board WiFi service designed to provide affordable, low-cost Internet connectivity to passengers.

  • IndiGo Joins Fare War With All-Inclusive Rs 1,887 Offer

    IndiGo Joins Fare War With All-Inclusive Rs 1,887 Offer

    Budget carrier IndiGo has joined the fare war and is offering fares from an all-inclusive Rs 1,887, which the airline says is its all-time low ever.

  • Little Elbow Room for Premium Carriers in Low-fare Focussed India

    Little Elbow Room for Premium Carriers in Low-fare Focussed India

    Flag carrier Air India, which has only offered premium travel, will face more competition from second-largest airline Jet Airways, which on Monday said it would ditch its budget unit and focus on the full-service market amid mounting losses.

  • SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    Budget airline SpiceJet Ltd said it was in talks with authorities to resolve tax-related issues after its shares tumbled on a newspaper report that the company had left employees unable to fill in tax returns on time.

  • Sniffer Dog Warning Sends Australian Jet Passengers on a Rush to Flush

    Sniffer Dog Warning Sends Australian Jet Passengers on a Rush to Flush

    Australian budget airline Jetstar apologised on Wednesday after a crew member told passengers on a flight from the Gold Coast tourist strip, including some returning from a popular music festival, to flush away "anything you shouldn't have".

  • IndiGo Picks Six Banks for IPO of up to $400 Million: Report

    IndiGo Picks Six Banks for IPO of up to $400 Million: Report

    Budget airline IndiGo has picked six lead managers for its initial public offering (IPO), which could be worth up to $400 million (Rs 2,400 crore at 1 dollar = 60 rupees), three people involved in the deal said.

  • Signs of Revival in Aviation Sector: Economic Survey

    Signs of Revival in Aviation Sector: Economic Survey

    India's civil aviation sector is showing signs of revival in growth after a period of turbulence with emergence of new players such as AirAsia and Tata-SIA Airline, although domestic passenger traffic handled at Indian airports grew by just 5.2 per c...

  • AirAsia Flight Shoots Off Runway in Brunei

    AirAsia Flight Shoots Off Runway in Brunei

    A jetliner operated by budget carrier AirAsia has skidded off the runway after landing at Brunei's Bandar Seri Begawan International Airport.

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