Efforts On To Increase Number Of Airports, Heliports: Aviation MinisterPress Trust of India | Thursday May 18, 2023, New Delhi
The government has a "massive game plan" and a three-pronged strategy for the country's fast-growing aviation market, Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia said on Thursday.
2 More Aircraft Lessors Approach Tribunal Against Go First's InsolvencyPress Trust of India | Thursday May 11, 2023, New Delhi
Two more aircraft lessors -- GY Aviation and SFV Aircraft Holding -- on Thursday moved appellate tribunal NCLAT against the order passed by the NCLT allowing Go First's voluntary plea to initiate insolvency proceedings.
Company Law Tribunal To Hear Go First's 2 Insolvency Petitions Next WeekPress Trust of India | Friday May 05, 2023, New Delhi
As Go First awaits the NCLT ruling on its voluntary insolvency resolution plea, the tribunal is set to hear on Monday two petitions seeking insolvency proceedings against the crisis-hit airline.
Tribunal To Hear Insolvency Request Against SpiceJet Next WeekPress Trust of India | Friday May 05, 2023, New Delhi
SpiceJet too seems to be facing headwinds, with a lessor filing a plea seeking insolvency resolution proceedings against the no-frills airline and the petition is scheduled for hearing before the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) next week.
Go Air May Have Planes Repossesed, Complicating Rescue EffortsAnurag Kotoky, Bloomberg | Friday May 05, 2023
Lessors are seeking to take back possession of at least 20 Airbus SE jets operated by Go Airlines India Ltd., further complicating the insolvent carrier's attempts to start flying again.
Over 700 Pilots Applied After Recruitment Ad, Says Air IndiaPress Trust of India | Thursday May 04, 2023, New Delhi
Air India on Thursday said it has received an overwhelming response for its recruitment drive for pilots and has got more than 700 applications in the past week.
Disheartened Go First Pilots Rush To Air India's Hiring DriveReuters | Thursday May 04, 2023, New Delhi
Dozens of pilots, many from crisis-hit Go First, flocked to a Tata group hotel near Delhi on Thursday for walk-in interviews with the conglomerate's Air India airline.
Company Law Tribunal Reserves Order On Go First's Request For InsolvencyPress Trust of India | Thursday May 04, 2023, New Delhi
The National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) on Thursday reserved its order on crisis-hit airline Go First's plea seeking voluntary insolvency resolution proceedings.
"Want To See Bigger Presence Of Boeing In India": Union MinisterPress Trust of India | Thursday May 04, 2023, New Delhi
Commerce and industry minister Piyush Goyal on Thursday said he wants to see a greater presence of US-based Boeing in India as the American firm has recently received a large order of planes from Tata Group-owned Air India.
Go First Airlines Owes $798 million To Financial CreditorsReuters | Wednesday May 03, 2023, Mumbai
Indian airline Go First, which filed for bankruptcy on Tuesday, owes financial creditors Rs 65.21 billion ($798 million), its bankruptcy filing showed.
Majority Of Pilots Have Accepted New Compensation Package: Air India ChiefPress Trust of India | Friday April 28, 2023, New Delhi
Air India chief Campbell Wilson on Friday said that a majority of pilots have accepted the new compensation package offered last week, amid protests by Air India pilots' unions against the revised salary structure and service conditions.
Wadia Group In Talks To Sell Stake Or Exit Airline Go First: ReportReuters | Monday April 17, 2023, Bengaluru
Conglomerate Wadia Group is in talks with strategic partners to either sell a majority stake in loss-making budget airline Go First or completely exit it, the Economics Times reported today,
Domestic Air Passenger Traffic Registers 60% Growth In 2022-23: ReportPress Trust of India | Wednesday April 12, 2023, Mumbai
The domestic aviation industry continues to witness recovery with air passenger traffic logging around 60 per growth at 13.60 crore in FY23 annually, ICRA said today.
"Time Has Come" For Airbus, Boeing To Set Up Jet Assembly Plants: MinisterReuters | Friday March 24, 2023, New Delhi
Plane giants Airbus and Boeing face mounting pressure to set up jetliner plants in India, after the country's civil aviation minister told Reuters the "time has come" to serve its soaring demand with jets assembled on domestic soil.
Metro Airports To Have Capacity To Handle 500 Million Passengers: OfficialPress Trust of India | Tuesday March 21, 2023, New Delhi
Airports at major metro cities are expected to have a total passenger handling capacity of 500 million in the coming years, Civil Aviation Secretary Rajiv Bansal said on Tuesday.