Indian airline company SpiceJet is going through a highly turbulent phase in recent times on account of several glitches and a non-adherence to mandated guidelines in regards to the training of some pilots.
Tata Group-owned international budget airline Air India Express may add four Boeing 737 planes to its fleet of 24 aircraft by this year-end to meet the increased demand for international travel, airline sources privy to the information have said.
Tata Group-owned Air India has offered to re-hire pilots post their retirement for a five-year period as the airline looks for stability in operations amid talk of acquiring 300 single-aisle planes, according to an internal communication.
Some airlines may have to adjust capacity plans to cope with staff shortages, IATA chief Willie Walsh said
If the Tata Group cannot make Air India work, no one else in the country will be able to do so, Emirates President Tim Clark has said
Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-promoted Akasa Air's first aircraft Boeing 737 MAX arrived in New Delhi on Tuesday, bringing it closer to securing the mandatory Air Operator Permit to start operations.
Asserting that Air India's "best years are yet to come", CEO-designate Campbell Wilson on Monday said the journey to make it a world class airline will require efforts that are "big and small, easy and difficult".
It is not easy for an airline to turn a profit in India and a lot of issues such as fare caps and high taxes on aviation turbine fuel (ATF) have to be resolved, a senior IATA official said on Sunday.
On Thursday, jet fuel prices were hiked by 16 per cent to catapult rates to an all-time high in step with hardening international oil rates
Oil marketing companies announced a hike in aviation turbine fuel (ATF) on Thursday
Competition Commission of India has approved the proposed acquisition of the entire shareholding of AirAsia India Ltd by Air India Ltd
AAI has requested the Government to waive the compulsory dividend payment requirement for the financial year ended March 2022
Jet Airways, which remains grounded for over two years, on Thursday reported a standalone net loss of Rs 233.63 crore for the three months ended March.
All India Jet Airways' Officers and Staff Association on Thursday said it has filed an appeal before the NCLAT against Jalan-Kalrock consortium's resolution plan for the airline.