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Fernandes says Indians need more tourism, more jobs; only country in the world with a 5/20 rule
It all started with Tata group’s chairman emeritus Ratan Tata lashing out at defenders of the so-called 5/20 rule. Here is what Tata Sons and FIA are fighting for
The war over rights to fly abroad took an ugly turn with established airlines questioning Tata Sons’ motive in asking for liberal flying rights
SpiceJet announced the sale on Monday; The three-day sale is supposed to remain open till midnight, 25 February
Airline expects to clear legacy issues over the next six months and expand its network back to pre-2014 level
Data shows how airlines’ cost of flying, which has come down, is fuelled solely by cheap fuel
New airlines—mainly AirAsia, Vistara and Air Costa—captured 5.8% of the market share in January this year, up from just 2.5% a year ago
The 2015-16 fiscal has been one of the best for Indian aviation. The rout of crude
With effect from 1 March 2016, Jet Airways will launch a sixth daily frequency from Mumbai to Dubai
Airlines expressed reservations against the proposal for auctioning of bilateral rights
GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd (GHIAL) now offers a new flight option
NEW DELHI: SpiceJet Ltd, the Indian budget carrier choosing between Boeing Co and Airbus Group SE for its at least US$11bil order, has one condition: Delivery needs to be on time.
A sharp fall in jet fuel price in the last year has buoyed profits at local airlines, which are preparing to bulk up their fleets
SpiceJet chaiman Ajay Singh says one of the selling points for anybody to make the offer more attractive to SpiceJet would be early deliveries
The airline’s profit soared by 6.4 times at Rs467.11 crore in the 3 months ended December, compared with a profit of Rs63.11 crore in the year-ago quarter
Ajay Singh, chairman and MD, SpiceJet said the comapny is talking to both Boeing and Airbus SAS for placing a order of significant size
Airlines are offering freebies like wireless streaming services on board, free refreshments and even a guarantee of flying in case of flight delays
After Indigo, India's second largest low cost airline, Spice jet reported its highest quarterly profit duringthe December quarter on the back of low fuel prices. This is the third straight profitable quarter for SpiceJet,. The airline saw a change
Revenue rose 11.34% to Rs1,459.95 crore for the quarter from Rs1,311.17 crore a year earlier
The estimates assume that oil prices will remain low and that the currency will remain stable
MUMBAI Interglobe Aviation Ltd(INGL.NS), which operates India's largest airline IndiGo, reported a 23.7 percent increase in net profit for the third quarter on higher passenger traffic and lower oil prices.
The lower estimated loss is due to a reduction in the losses incurred by state-run Air India Ltd and an improvement in profits from IndiGo Airlines
India’s local airlines carried 81.09 million passengers in calendar 2015, as against 67.38 million in the previous year
Piramal Enterprises stocks will be in focus as it on Tuesday said that its committee of directors have approved raising up to Rs 500 crore through issue of secured non-convertible debentures (NCDs).
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