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  • SpiceJet, IndiGo, Jet Rally on ATF Price Cut

    SpiceJet, IndiGo, Jet Rally on ATF Price Cut

    Airline shares rallied on Monday following a sharp reduction in Aviation Turbine Fuel or jet fuel prices. Budget carrier SpiceJet gained nearly 8 per cent, while Jet Airways rallied over 6 per cent after state-run Indian Oil slashed ATF prices by 12 per cent.

  • DGCA Examining IndiGo Report on Passengers Offloading: Report

    DGCA Examining IndiGo Report on Passengers Offloading: Report

    Aviation regulator DGCA is "examining" the report submitted by budget airline IndiGo on the offloading of 70 passengers in Hyderabad from its Raipur-bound flight allegedly for "unruly behavior" last week.

  • SpiceJet Rallies on Record Q2, IndiGo Under Pressure

    SpiceJet Rallies on Record Q2, IndiGo Under Pressure

    SpiceJet shares surged as much as 13.5 per cent on Monday after the budget carrier posted its highest-ever net profit in the December quarter. SpiceJet - India's second largest low-fare airline - reported a net profit of Rs 238 crore on sales of Rs 1,460 crore on the back of higher passenger traffic and lower Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) costs.

  • SpiceJet Posts Rs 238-Crore Profit for December Quarter

    SpiceJet Posts Rs 238-Crore Profit for December Quarter

    Budget airline SpiceJet on Friday reported a net profit of Rs 238.40 crore for the three-month period ended December 2015, staying profitable for the fourth straight quarter mainly aided by lower fuel costs.

  • IndiGo Announces Launch of 24 New Flights

    IndiGo Announces Launch of 24 New Flights

    Budget carrier IndiGo, which recently became the third domestic airline with a fleet of 100 aircraft, on Wednesday announced the launch of 24 new flights on its domestic network which include first daily non-stop flight between Delhi and Thiruvananthapuram.

  • IndiGo Joins 100-Plane Fleet Club

    IndiGo Joins 100-Plane Fleet Club

    Budget carrier IndiGo on Thursday said it has raised its fleet size to 100 with induction of a new Airbus A320, making it the third domestic airline to have as many planes.

  • Jet Airways CEO Cramer Ball Quits, To Join Alitalia

    Jet Airways CEO Cramer Ball Quits, To Join Alitalia

    Jet Airways chief executive officer Cramer Ball has resigned and the airline's whole-time director Gaurang Shetty will work as acting CEO in his place, Jet Airways announced today.

  • SpiceJet to Order Over 150 Planes in Current Financial Year

    SpiceJet to Order Over 150 Planes in Current Financial Year

    Budget airline SpiceJet plans to order more than 150 planes in the current financial year, the airline's chairman said on Sunday.

  • Battle of Cheap Airfares: Now, All-Inclusive Tickets at Just Rs 799

    Battle of Cheap Airfares: Now, All-Inclusive Tickets at Just Rs 799

    Budget carrier AirAsia India is offering all-inclusive fares starting as low as Rs 799 on select routes. Under AirAsia India's latest promotional offer, all-inclusive tickets for travel between Imphal and Guwahati are priced at Rs 799 - the lowest under this scheme.

  • SpiceJet Appoints G P Gupta as Accountable Manager: Report

    SpiceJet Appoints G P Gupta as Accountable Manager: Report

    Budget carrier SpiceJet has appointed its head of administration G P Gupta as Accountable Manager following the exit of chief operating officer Sanjiv Kapoor last week, which left the airline's top deck almost vacant.

  • AirAsia Founder Began Buyout Talks as Share Fall Put Loans at Risk: Report

    AirAsia Founder Began Buyout Talks as Share Fall Put Loans at Risk: Report

    AirAsia founder Tony Fernandes began talks with bankers to take Asia's No.1 budget airline private after a plunge in its stock price put $200 million worth of loans borrowed against AirAsia's shares at risk, people familiar with the situation told Reuters.

  • IndiGo's Rs 3,020-Cr Share Listing Attracts Strong Demand

    IndiGo's Rs 3,020-Cr Share Listing Attracts Strong Demand

    InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, owner of budget airline IndiGo, on Wednesday filled the order book for its up to Rs 3,020-crore ($464.3 million) initial public offering, which attracted strong demand from foreign investors.

  • IndiGo Seeks Investors in Battle for India's Skies

    IndiGo Seeks Investors in Battle for India's Skies

    Waiting for a flight at New Delhi's Indira Gandhi airport, law student Shweta Toppo explains why she mostly flies IndiGo, the budget airline preparing for a stock market flotation next week.

  • Now, IndiGo Offers Tickets With 'Unlimited Flexibility'

    Now, IndiGo Offers Tickets With 'Unlimited Flexibility'

    The IndiGo scheme comes after rival budget airline SpiceJet in July introduced a similar offering that allows customers to cancel or change tickets "anytime", by paying a flat fee during booking.

  • SpiceJet Becomes First Airline to Make Night Landing at Andaman Islands

    SpiceJet Becomes First Airline to Make Night Landing at Andaman Islands

    Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet today said that it has become the first airline to perform a night landing at the Veer Savarkar International Airport in Port Blair, Andaman.

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