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  • 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.

  • State Fund Plans to Take Malaysia Airlines Private For Restructuring: Report

    State Fund Plans to Take Malaysia Airlines Private For Restructuring: Report

    A de-listing would pave the way for Khazanah to revive the ailing carrier, possibly by selling off its profitable engineering, airport services or budget airline units, trimming its bloated payroll and installing a new management team.

  • AirAsia India Set to Begin Operations from June 12

    AirAsia India Set to Begin Operations from June 12

    AirAsia India, the Indian arm of the Malaysian no-frills airline headed by Tony Fernandes, will become the fourth budget carrier in the country -- after IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir -- once its maiden flight takes off from Bangalore to Goa at 1510 hour...

  • Aviation Sector Asks Government to Cut Taxes on Jet Fuel

    Aviation Sector Asks Government to Cut Taxes on Jet Fuel

    Indian aviation industry on Tuesday asked the government to slash taxes on jet fuel, exempt aircraft engines from customs duty and rationalise taxation of MROs, as the BJP-led dispensation prepared for the general budget for 2014-15.

  • Budget Carrier AirAsia Plans Flights in India Soon

    Budget Carrier AirAsia Plans Flights in India Soon

    Asia's leading budget carrier, AirAsia, is hoping to begin operations in India in two to three months, the airline's CEO said Friday.

  • Close shave for 59 people on Japanese airliner

    Close shave for 59 people on Japanese airliner

    Fifty-nine people aboard a Japanese budget carrier had a lucky escape after the pilot "misunderstood" instructions from air traffic controllers and allowed the jet to fly just 75 meters above the sea while trying to land in Okinawa, authorities said ...

  • SpiceJet introduces another low fare offer

    SpiceJet introduces another low fare offer

    The fare war started by budget carrier SpiceJet in January that led to cuts by other domestic players remains unabated with the Kalanithi Maran promoted-airline now coming up with another low fare offer from select cities.

  • Mini-skirt turbulence at Japan budget carrier

    Mini-skirt turbulence at Japan budget carrier

    A Japanese budget airline has flown into rough air over its decision to outfit flight attendants in revealing mini-skirts, drawing criticism that it could invite sexual harassment.

  • Rail Budget: Passenger fares, freight rates left untouched

    Rail Budget: Passenger fares, freight rates left untouched

    Presenting the interim budget for four months in the Lok Sabha, Railway Minister Mallikarjun Kharge said an independent Rail Tariff Authority is being set up to rationalise fares and there was a proposal to expand dynamic pricing of tickets in line w...

  • Flight attendant repeatedly screams 'F*** YOU' at passenger

    Flight attendant repeatedly screams 'F*** YOU' at passenger

    A flight attendant for budget airline Ryanair reportedly shouted "F*** You" at a passenger who said the snacks on board were over-priced.

  • SpiceJet shares soars 9% on Tigerair tie-up

    SpiceJet shares soars 9% on Tigerair tie-up

    Shares of SpiceJet soared nearly 9 per cent after the airline Singapore's largest budget airline Tigerair signed a three-year interline agreement to increase connectivity between flights operated by both carriers.

  • SpiceJet ties up with Singapore's Tigerair

    SpiceJet ties up with Singapore's Tigerair

    SpiceJet and Singapore's largest budget airline Tigerair have signed a three-year interline agreement to increase connectivity between flights operated by both carriers.

  • SpiceJet surges; airline denies report of Kuwait interest

    SpiceJet surges; airline denies report of Kuwait interest

    SpiceJet shares surged 8.1 per cent even after the airline denied a news report that Kuwait Airways was looking to pick up a nearly 25 per cent stake in the budget airline.

  • Tony Fernandes may face toughest test in India, say analysts

    Tony Fernandes may face toughest test in India, say analysts

    In a whistle-stop Indian visit, the 49-year-old Malaysian, a household name in much of Asia, declared he wanted to create a new market for cheap air travel in the country of 1.2 billion -- much as he has done in Southeast Asia.

  • IndiGo may face an exodus of its commanders to AirAsia India: report

    IndiGo may face an exodus of its commanders to AirAsia India: report

    IndiGo Airlines may lose a good chunk of its commanders to AirAsia India as around 100 of its pilots have applied for jobs with the proposed carrier, according to sources.

  • Airbus clinches $11 billion easyJet order

    Airbus clinches $11 billion easyJet order

    EasyJet agreed to buy 35 current-generation A320 aircrafts and 100 new-generation A320neo jets, with options for a further 100.

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