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  • Jet Airways Q2 Net Up At Rs 70 Crore on One-Off Gain

    Jet Airways Q2 Net Up At Rs 70 Crore on One-Off Gain

    Indian airlines are largely loss-making as a fight for fares keeps revenues below costs in one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets.

  • Government May Allow New Airlines to Fly Abroad

    Government May Allow New Airlines to Fly Abroad

    New Indian airlines may be allowed to fly abroad after completing only one year of domestic service instead of five years, with the government considering amending the rules to enable them do so, official sources said on Wednesday.

  • Lufthansa Airlines Ordered to Pay Rs 20 Lakh Compensation to 70 Year-Old Passenger

    Lufthansa Airlines Ordered to Pay Rs 20 Lakh Compensation to 70 Year-Old Passenger

    A 70 year-old businessman has been awarded Rs 20 lakh as compensation by State Consumer Redressal Commission after a German airline downgraded his ticket during his flight from Frankfurt four years ago.

  • PIA Took Indian Passengers to Pak Hotel Without Visa

    PIA Took Indian Passengers to Pak Hotel Without Visa

    Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) allegedly took 34 Indian transit passengers to a hotel in Lahore to stay for a night though they did not have a Pakistani visa, prompting authorities to launch a probe.

  • Hunt For Missing Plane MH370 Will Take Months: Australian Official

    Hunt For Missing Plane MH370 Will Take Months: Australian Official

    The hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 in a remote patch of the Indian Ocean is progressing well but will likely take many months because of the huge area involved, an Australian official said on Friday.

  • Australia Shifts MH370 Search Zone Further South

    Australia Shifts MH370 Search Zone Further South

    Investigators on Wednesday confirmed that the priority search area for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 has moved further south as end-of-flight scenarios indicated it may have spiralled into the Indian Ocean.

  • Small City Routes Hold Big Potential for Indian Carriers

    Small City Routes Hold Big Potential for Indian Carriers

    Higher disposable incomes, an expanding middle class and rapid urbanisation have made India one of the world's fastest growing domestic aviation markets, where passenger numbers are expected to grow by more than 75 percent in the next six years to ex...

  • Underwater Search For Malaysian Airliner Resumes

    Underwater Search For Malaysian Airliner Resumes

    The hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 has resumed in a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean, more than six months after the jet disappeared.

  • With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    With Huge Search Area Mapped, MH370 Hunt Resuming

    After a four-month hiatus, the hunt for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 is about to resume in a desolate stretch of the Indian Ocean, with searchers lowering new equipment deep beneath the waves in a bid to finally solve one of the world's most perplexi...

  • Airlines Stocks Gain after Jet Fuel Price Cut

    Airlines Stocks Gain after Jet Fuel Price Cut

    Indian Oil Corp cut jet fuel price by an average of nearly 3 percent across cities.

  • New Underwater Discoveries in Hunt for MH370

    New Underwater Discoveries in Hunt for MH370

    Remnants of volcanoes, towering ridges and deep trenches have been discovered on the seabed of the southern Indian Ocean by experts mapping the underwater terrain as part of the search for missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370.

  • Airlines Raise Issues Affecting Aviation Sector

    Airlines Raise Issues Affecting Aviation Sector

    Top officials of Indian airlines on Tuesday raised issues afflicting the aviation sector like high jet fuel cost and airport charges as the government said it would soon finalise a policy to enhance connectivity to regional destinations and remote ar...

  • Hunt for Missing Malaysia Plane to Resume

    Hunt for Missing Malaysia Plane to Resume

    Crews will resume the hunt for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 at the end of the month, and will begin the search in an area farther south than initially planned.

  • Low-Priced Air Tickets Lead to More People Flying

    Low-Priced Air Tickets Lead to More People Flying

    Low-priced air tickets offered by various Indian airlines seem to have had an effect, with the number of passengers flying in August growing by over 8.3 per cent compared to the previous month, official data showed on Tuesday.

  • MH370 Mystery: 58 'Hard Objects' Found in Indian Ocean

    MH370 Mystery: 58 'Hard Objects' Found in Indian Ocean

    The Australia-led search team for the missing Malaysian flight MH370 has discovered 58 hard objects inconsistent with the Indian Ocean seabed, raising hopes of solving the over six months-long aviation mystery.

  • Pilot Turns Malaysia Airlines Flight Around After Defect

    Pilot Turns Malaysia Airlines Flight Around After Defect

    A Malaysia Airlines flight was forced to turn around due to an auto-pilot defect, landing safely early Sunday, said the carrier already reeling from the loss of two planes this year.

  • Briton Faces Trial in Dubai For Threatening Indian Air Hostess

    Briton Faces Trial in Dubai For Threatening Indian Air Hostess

    A 40-year-old British national is facing trial in the UAE for threatening an Indian air hostess on an Emirates airlines flight and verbally abusing her after she refused to give him alcohol.

  • Qatar Airways to Pay Rs 70,000 to Indian Passenger For Deficiency in Service

    Qatar Airways to Pay Rs 70,000 to Indian Passenger For Deficiency in Service

    A consumer forum has directed Qatar Airways to pay Rs 70,000 to a woman who lost her goods and money while travelling to South Africa, while holding the airlines as "deficient" in service.

  • After No-Frills Airlines, Now Five No-Frills Airports

    After No-Frills Airlines, Now Five No-Frills Airports

    The Airports Authority of India will come up with first five no-frills airports in four states and the work is expected to begin in the next six months.

  • 'Hard Spots' Found in MH370 Search, Most Likely Geological: Australia

    'Hard Spots' Found in MH370 Search, Most Likely Geological: Australia

    The Australian authority leading the search for missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 said Friday that "hard spots" had been found on the Indian Ocean seabed, but that most would likely be geological features.

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