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  • AirAsia India To Start International Operations By Mid-2018

    AirAsia India To Start International Operations By Mid-2018

    The domestic budget airline, which is a joint venture between Tata Sons and Malysian carrier AirAsia, has eight aircraft in its fleet and as per the norm, requires a minimum of 20 planes to fly on international routes.

  • Air India To Get Rs 1,800 Crore Of Fresh Equity In 2017-18

    Air India To Get Rs 1,800 Crore Of Fresh Equity In 2017-18

    The budgetary support has been provided to the airline on account of a turnaround and financial restructuring plan worth more than Rs 30,000 crore which was passed in April, 2012.

  • Citing Air India Example, Survey Flags Difficulties Of Privatising PSUs

    Citing Air India Example, Survey Flags Difficulties Of Privatising PSUs

    Acknowledging difficulties in privatisation efforts for public enterprises, the Economic Survey today said there is still a commitment to make the "perennially unprofitable public sector airline" a 'world class' entity.

  • Boeing Close to $10.1 Billion Order From SpiceJet: Report

    Boeing Close to $10.1 Billion Order From SpiceJet: Report

    Indian budget airline SpiceJet Ltd. is poised to order at least 92 Boeing Co. 737 jetliners as the carrier plots rapid expansion in the world's fastest growing aerospace market.

  • IndiGo Sells Tickets From Rs 868 In New Offer

    IndiGo Sells Tickets From Rs 868 In New Offer

    Budget carrier IndiGo is selling tickets from an all-inclusive Rs 868 under a new promotional offer. IndiGo's offer is open till November 8, the airline said.

  • Air France Creating Lower Cost Airline To Compete Better

    Air France Creating Lower Cost Airline To Compete Better

    Air France plans to create a new budget airline in hopes to better compete with Mideast carriers and low-cost rivals.

  • AirAsia Bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On All Its Flights

    AirAsia Bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 On All Its Flights

    Malaysian budget airline group AirAsia has prohibited carrying Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones onboard any of its flights, including those operated by AirAsia India, due to safety concerns.

  • IndiGo, GoAir Made Parties In Vijay Mallya Case

    IndiGo, GoAir Made Parties In Vijay Mallya Case

    IndiGo and GoAir airline filed objections to interim applications of the consortium of banks led by Oriental Bank of Commerce, which pleaded before the Debt Recovery Tribunal under garnishee proceedings to direct the budget carriers to deposit the money to be paid to Airbus with it instead of paying to the aircraft maker in the Vijay Mallya case.

  • AirAsia India Offers All-Inclusive Tickets From Rs 599

    AirAsia India Offers All-Inclusive Tickets From Rs 599

    Budget airline AirAsia India has announced discount offers on advanced fares, with all-inclusive tickets starting Rs 599.

  • Single Judge Order On Share Dispute Erroneous: Spicejet To Court

    Single Judge Order On Share Dispute Erroneous: Spicejet To Court

    Budget carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday claimed in the Delhi High Court that the latter's decision directing the airline to deposit Rs 579 crore within 12 months in connection with a share transfer dispute with its previous owner Kalanithi Maran was "erroneous".

  • GoAir To Hire 500 Personnel, Expand Fleet

    GoAir To Hire 500 Personnel, Expand Fleet

    GoAir plans to hire 500 personnel, including pilots, in the coming months as the budget carrier prepares to expand its aircraft fleet and fly overseas next year.

  • AirAsia India Outlines Plans To Expand Fleet, Network

    AirAsia India Outlines Plans To Expand Fleet, Network

    Budget airline AirAsia India said on Wednesday that it planned to gradually expand its fleet and network in India as it seeks to boost its small market share in the fast expanding domestic market.

  • InterGlobe Aviation Jumps 4% On Citi Upgrade

    InterGlobe Aviation Jumps 4% On Citi Upgrade

    Shares of InterGlobe Aviation, which runs budget airline IndiGo, jumped as much as 4 per cent to hit intraday high of Rs 863 after global brokerage Citi upgraded it to 'buy' from 'neutral'.

  • Court Stops Two Former SpiceJet Employees From Disclosing Information

    Court Stops Two Former SpiceJet Employees From Disclosing Information

    The Delhi High Court has restrained two ex-employees of budget carrier SpiceJet from disclosing confidential information about it to any of its competitors or any other third party on the plea of the airline which had sought to stop them from joining any of its rivals.

  • SpiceJet, Ajay Singh Move Court Against Order To Deposit Rs 579 Crore

    SpiceJet, Ajay Singh Move Court Against Order To Deposit Rs 579 Crore

    Budget carrier SpiceJet and its owner Ajay Singh have moved the Delhi High Court against its single judge's order directing the airline to deposit Rs 579 crore within 12 months in connection with a share transfer dispute with Kalanithi Maran.

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