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'Low Cost Airlines' - 13 News Result(s)

  • IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Raise Their Extra Baggage Charges. Details Here

    IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Raise Their Extra Baggage Charges. Details Here

    Baggage charges: Extra baggage limit can be bought at a pre-decided rate either online, or at the airport before boarding the aircraft

  • IndiGo Flight Tickets Turn Expensive By Upto Rs 400 From Today

    IndiGo Flight Tickets Turn Expensive By Upto Rs 400 From Today

    The jet fuel cost comprises 40 per cent of an airline's operations cost. On the top of it, the Indian rupee's fall against the US dollar adds to the cost burden of IndiGo.

  • Cheaper Foreign Flights Coming Soon From Budget Airlines SpiceJet, Indigo

    Cheaper Foreign Flights Coming Soon From Budget Airlines SpiceJet, Indigo

    The launch of low-cost, long-haul flights by Indian airlines will boost outbound leisure travel and open a multi-billion dollar opportunity for carriers, a report released on Wednesday showed.

  • The Best Way To Max Your December Holiday Is To Book Tickets Smartly

    The Best Way To Max Your December Holiday Is To Book Tickets Smartly

    Travellers feel one can make the most of their travel budgets is by grabbing a good travel deal in December.

  • IndiGo India's Best Low-Cost Airline, Says Survey

    IndiGo India's Best Low-Cost Airline, Says Survey

    The Skytrax awards are decided based on independent surveys completed by 19.87 million passengers from 105 different countries around the world. The Award for the world's Best Low-Cost Airline represents the global ratings achieved by all low-cost carriers.

  • No Predatory Fare in Airlines, Says Spicejet Chief

    No Predatory Fare in Airlines, Says Spicejet Chief

    If airlines have resorted to predatory pricing, they would not have made losses in the past 10 years. That's what Ajay Singh, chief of the low cost airline, Spicejet, told NDTV, responding to why airlines have not reduced fares despite aviation fuel dropping by as much as 40 per cent in the past one year.

  • SpiceJet Seeks Shareholders' Nod for Ajay Singh's Appointment as MD

    SpiceJet Seeks Shareholders' Nod for Ajay Singh's Appointment as MD

    Besides, the low cost airline has sought approval from the shareholders for adopting a new set of Articles of Association and for alteration of registered office clause of Memorandum of Association.

  • AirAsia CEO Fernandes Casts Other Work Aside Amid Accounting Worries

    AirAsia CEO Fernandes Casts Other Work Aside Amid Accounting Worries

    The chief executive has said his other work will take a back seat as he focuses on repairing the financial damage done to Asia's largest low cost airline, according to analysts and two AirAsia executives who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity.

  • AirAsia to Recommence Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur Flight

    AirAsia to Recommence Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur Flight

    AirAsia, a leading low cost airline announced the recommencement of its international route from Hyderabad to Kuala Lumpur with daily flights from Dec 8.

  • AirAsia India's Flight Launch May Trigger Fare War

    AirAsia India's Flight Launch May Trigger Fare War

    In a move that is likely to trigger price war in the aviation industry, new low cost airliner AirAsia India today said its maiden flight on Bangalore-Goa route on June 12 will cost just Rs 990 including taxes. The airline will open the bookings today evening on its website, AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya said.

  • IndiGo to charge a premium for pre-booked seats

    IndiGo to charge a premium for pre-booked seats

    The low cost airline will charge the passenger a premium of Rs 500 for sitting in rows one, two, 12 and 13 on a domestic flight and Rs 800 for an international flight under its Indigo Seat Plus plan.

  • Kingfisher to exit low cost airline business, newspaper says

    MUMBAI, SEPTEMBER 29: Industrialist Vijay Mallya has decided to exit low cost airline business in an effort to reduce mounting debts in the civil aviation business, The Times of India reported Thursday. As of March 31, Kingfisher had a debt of Rs 70.57 billion. Mallya entered the low cost aviation business by acquiring Air Deccan four years a...

  • IndiGo Airlines' record deal with Airbus

    IndiGo Airlines' record deal with Airbus

    Indian budget airline IndiGo has signed an agreement to buy 180 Airbus A320 aircraft, the European plane maker said, in a record sale worth USD 16.4 billion.        "It is the largest single firm order number for large jets in commercial aviation history," Airbus said in a statement, although the company has signe...

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  • IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Raise Their Extra Baggage Charges. Details Here

    IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Raise Their Extra Baggage Charges. Details Here

    Baggage charges: Extra baggage limit can be bought at a pre-decided rate either online, or at the airport before boarding the aircraft

  • IndiGo Flight Tickets Turn Expensive By Upto Rs 400 From Today

    IndiGo Flight Tickets Turn Expensive By Upto Rs 400 From Today

    The jet fuel cost comprises 40 per cent of an airline's operations cost. On the top of it, the Indian rupee's fall against the US dollar adds to the cost burden of IndiGo.

  • Cheaper Foreign Flights Coming Soon From Budget Airlines SpiceJet, Indigo

    Cheaper Foreign Flights Coming Soon From Budget Airlines SpiceJet, Indigo

    The launch of low-cost, long-haul flights by Indian airlines will boost outbound leisure travel and open a multi-billion dollar opportunity for carriers, a report released on Wednesday showed.

  • The Best Way To Max Your December Holiday Is To Book Tickets Smartly

    The Best Way To Max Your December Holiday Is To Book Tickets Smartly

    Travellers feel one can make the most of their travel budgets is by grabbing a good travel deal in December.

  • IndiGo India's Best Low-Cost Airline, Says Survey

    IndiGo India's Best Low-Cost Airline, Says Survey

    The Skytrax awards are decided based on independent surveys completed by 19.87 million passengers from 105 different countries around the world. The Award for the world's Best Low-Cost Airline represents the global ratings achieved by all low-cost carriers.

  • No Predatory Fare in Airlines, Says Spicejet Chief

    No Predatory Fare in Airlines, Says Spicejet Chief

    If airlines have resorted to predatory pricing, they would not have made losses in the past 10 years. That's what Ajay Singh, chief of the low cost airline, Spicejet, told NDTV, responding to why airlines have not reduced fares despite aviation fuel dropping by as much as 40 per cent in the past one year.

  • SpiceJet Seeks Shareholders' Nod for Ajay Singh's Appointment as MD

    SpiceJet Seeks Shareholders' Nod for Ajay Singh's Appointment as MD

    Besides, the low cost airline has sought approval from the shareholders for adopting a new set of Articles of Association and for alteration of registered office clause of Memorandum of Association.

  • AirAsia CEO Fernandes Casts Other Work Aside Amid Accounting Worries

    AirAsia CEO Fernandes Casts Other Work Aside Amid Accounting Worries

    The chief executive has said his other work will take a back seat as he focuses on repairing the financial damage done to Asia's largest low cost airline, according to analysts and two AirAsia executives who spoke to Reuters on condition of anonymity.

  • AirAsia to Recommence Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur Flight

    AirAsia to Recommence Hyderabad-Kuala Lumpur Flight

    AirAsia, a leading low cost airline announced the recommencement of its international route from Hyderabad to Kuala Lumpur with daily flights from Dec 8.

  • AirAsia India's Flight Launch May Trigger Fare War

    AirAsia India's Flight Launch May Trigger Fare War

    In a move that is likely to trigger price war in the aviation industry, new low cost airliner AirAsia India today said its maiden flight on Bangalore-Goa route on June 12 will cost just Rs 990 including taxes. The airline will open the bookings today evening on its website, AirAsia India CEO Mittu Chandilya said.

  • IndiGo to charge a premium for pre-booked seats

    IndiGo to charge a premium for pre-booked seats

    The low cost airline will charge the passenger a premium of Rs 500 for sitting in rows one, two, 12 and 13 on a domestic flight and Rs 800 for an international flight under its Indigo Seat Plus plan.

  • Kingfisher to exit low cost airline business, newspaper says

    MUMBAI, SEPTEMBER 29: Industrialist Vijay Mallya has decided to exit low cost airline business in an effort to reduce mounting debts in the civil aviation business, The Times of India reported Thursday. As of March 31, Kingfisher had a debt of Rs 70.57 billion. Mallya entered the low cost aviation business by acquiring Air Deccan four years a...

  • IndiGo Airlines' record deal with Airbus

    IndiGo Airlines' record deal with Airbus

    Indian budget airline IndiGo has signed an agreement to buy 180 Airbus A320 aircraft, the European plane maker said, in a record sale worth USD 16.4 billion.        "It is the largest single firm order number for large jets in commercial aviation history," Airbus said in a statement, although the company has signe...

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