Aviation

Jet Airways' Revival Plan Accepted, Routes Yet To Be Decided: Sources

Jet Airways' Revival Plan Accepted, Routes Yet To Be Decided: Sources

Edited By Abhishek Vasudev | Tuesday June 22, 2021

National Companies Law Tribunal (NCLT) has approved revival plan submitted by Kalrock-Jalan consortium plan.

Aviation Industry Facing ''One Of The Toughest Times''; Vaccines Key To Demand Recovery: Vistara CEO

Aviation Industry Facing ''One Of The Toughest Times''; Vaccines Key To Demand Recovery: Vistara CEO

Press Trust of India | Tuesday June 01, 2021

The airline industry has also witnessed salary cuts, furloughs and layoffs as the players look to trim costs amid the pandemic-induced disruptions

Global Airport Traffic Rebounds But Full Recovery Years Away: Fitch

Global Airport Traffic Rebounds But Full Recovery Years Away: Fitch

ANI | Thursday May 13, 2021

Fitch said it will continue to monitor lockdown and business travel restrictions, government assistance for airports and airlines, how carriers respond to the crisis and whether the pace of sector recovery is impaired by airlines' financial challenges.

Outlook Positive For Airlines As Vaccinations Set To Drive Growth: Moody's

Outlook Positive For Airlines As Vaccinations Set To Drive Growth: Moody's

ANI | Tuesday May 11, 2021

For this summer, the domestic capacity operated by each of the eight US airlines that Moody's rates will reach at least 80 per cent of the capacity they operated in 2019.

Airlines Risk Consolidation, Plane Repossessions Amid Covid-19 Surge

Airlines Risk Consolidation, Plane Repossessions Amid Covid-19 Surge

Reuters | Friday May 07, 2021

Passenger traffic fell nearly 30 per cent in April from a month before and has halved again so far in May.

Domestic Air Traffic Declined To 10-Year Low In 2020-21 Amid COVID-19: Report

Domestic Air Traffic Declined To 10-Year Low In 2020-21 Amid COVID-19: Report

Edited by Nikita Prasad (With inputs from Agencies) | Thursday April 08, 2021

Last month, the domestic air passenger traffic was estimated at around 77-78 lakh, which is a slight decline of around one per cent over the month of February 2021.

Air India Employees Consortium Disqualified From Divestment Process

Air India Employees Consortium Disqualified From Divestment Process

ANI | Tuesday March 09, 2021

Air India Employees Consortium submitted an ''expression of interest'', last year, to participate in strategic divestment of the national carrier Air India.

United's 777 Aircraft Flew Fewer Than Half The Flights Permissible Between Checks: Report

United's 777 Aircraft Flew Fewer Than Half The Flights Permissible Between Checks: Report

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Thursday February 25, 2021

Air India is the only carrier which has Boeing 777s in its fleet but none of such planes have P&W 4000-112 engines

United Airlines' Boeing 777 Engine Damage Consistent With Metal Fatigue: NTSB

United Airlines' Boeing 777 Engine Damage Consistent With Metal Fatigue: NTSB

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Tuesday February 23, 2021

Air India is the only carrier which has Boeing 777s in its fleet but none of such planes have P&W 4000-112 engines

Air India To Be Unaffected As Boeing Asks Airlines To Ground 777s

Air India To Be Unaffected As Boeing Asks Airlines To Ground 777s

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Monday February 22, 2021

Boeing recommends airlines suspend use of some 777s after United Airlines incident

Aviation Stocks Soar As Centre Raises Cap By Up To 30%

Aviation Stocks Soar As Centre Raises Cap By Up To 30%

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Friday February 12, 2021

Apart from IndiGo, no domestic airline has been able to deploy even 70 per cent capacity against the year-ago period

Domestic Air Traffic Expected To Touch Pre-Covid State by 2021-End: Boeing India

Domestic Air Traffic Expected To Touch Pre-Covid State by 2021-End: Boeing India

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Thursday January 28, 2021

Scheduled international flights have been suspended in India since March 23 last year due to the coronavirus-triggered lockdown

IndiGo Tightens Control In India And Looks For Growth Abroad

IndiGo Tightens Control In India And Looks For Growth Abroad

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Thursday January 21, 2021

IndiGo has 580 planes on order with Airbus that have yet to be delivered and is receiving them at a rate of around 50 a year

Singapore Airlines Sets First US Dollar Bond: Term Sheet

Singapore Airlines Sets First US Dollar Bond: Term Sheet

Edited by Nirmalya Sen | Monday January 11, 2021

The size of the deal will be determined on Tuesday following the briefings with investors in Asia and Europe

Government Heading Towards Second Process of Air India Disinvestment

Government Heading Towards Second Process of Air India Disinvestment

Asian News International | Tuesday December 29, 2020

The two processes of the strategic disinvestment of Air India include -- submission of ''Expression of Interest'', which was completed on December 14, and the second process ''Request for Proposal''