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  • SpiceJet to Fly You Abroad For Rs 2,999

    SpiceJet to Fly You Abroad For Rs 2,999

    AirAsia too is offering its flyers in India an opportunity to travel abroad for as cheap as Rs 2,600 as part of its "big sale" offer.

  • AirAsia Offers to Fly You Abroad for Rs 2,600

    AirAsia Offers to Fly You Abroad for Rs 2,600

    AirAsia is also offering special rates for advance bookings made till August 31, 2014 on domestic travel between October 26, 2014, and October 24, 2015.

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  • SpiceJet Under Income Tax Scanner for Suspected Violations

    SpiceJet Under Income Tax Scanner for Suspected Violations

    Meanwhile, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has also ordered an engineering audit of the airline after the carrier is said to have found it difficult to provide equipment to operate some flights

  • Why SpiceJet Meals May Taste Different

    Why SpiceJet Meals May Taste Different

    The budget carrier posted a first quarter net loss of Rs 124 crore, its fourth consecutive quarterly loss.

  • AirAsia May Offer Fliers Wi-Fi On-Board Soon

    AirAsia May Offer Fliers Wi-Fi On-Board Soon

    AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes took to micro-blogging site twitter and promised that the service would be affordable.

  • Tata's Airline 'Vistara' Likely to Take Off in October

    Tata's Airline 'Vistara' Likely to Take Off in October

    The joint venture is 49 per cent-owned by Singapore Airlines and 51 per cent held by Tata Group. It plans to operate 87 flights a week during its first year of operation and nearly double that number during its second year.

  • Jet Airways Eyes Profits in 3 Years

    Jet Airways Eyes Profits in 3 Years

    The two airlines have been codeshare partners since 2008 and their relationship was strengthened in November 2013, after Etihad Airways received approvals to acquire a 24 percent stake in Jet Airways, marking it the first investment by a foreign carrier in India's airline industry.

  • Jet Airways Looking to Sell Planes, Talking to Bankers

    Jet Airways Looking to Sell Planes, Talking to Bankers

    Like all but one of India's major airlines, Jet is losing money fast, beset by high costs, low fares and cut-throat competition in its domestic market.

  • 'Kingfisher House' To Go Up For Sale

    'Kingfisher House' To Go Up For Sale

    Vijay Mallya-led Kingfisher Airlines on Monday withdrew its appeal in the Supreme Court seeking to restrain the SBI-led consortium of 17 banks from taking over possession of the 'Kingfisher House' in Mumbai.

  • Yahoo Spotlights Live Music to Shine on Internet Stage

    Yahoo Spotlights Live Music to Shine on Internet Stage

    In what analysts see as a bold move by Yahoo chief Marissa Mayer, the faded Internet search pioneer is betting on live music as part of its shift to premier online content, which has also included recruiting news, music and television stars for online magazines focused on technology, film and food.

  • SpiceJet Offers 10 Lakh Tickets For Fares Starting Rs 999

    SpiceJet Offers 10 Lakh Tickets For Fares Starting Rs 999

    The bookings for the three-day mega sale offer started today for travel between January 6 and October 24, 2015, according to SpiceJet website.

  • Air India Joins Star Alliance Group

    Air India Joins Star Alliance Group

    Executives at Star Alliance met with Air India officials in London on Monday and agreed for the airline, which has been in talks to join since last year, to become its 27th member, Air India spokesman Praveen Bhatnagar told Reuters.

  • Airline Industry to Invest in New IT Initiatives: Survey

    Airline Industry to Invest in New IT Initiatives: Survey

    The survey shows that by 2017, 90 per cent of airlines plan to use business intelligence solutions to manage flight disruptions more effectively and efficiently, while 87 per cent plan to use self-service technologies to improve passenger services during periods of disruption.

  • Air India Sacks 47 Cabin Crew Members: Report

    Air India Sacks 47 Cabin Crew Members: Report

    While all of those sacked are stationed in Mumbai, 17 of those issued the notices for not showing up for three months without any intimation also belong to the western metropolis and the rest from Delhi, senior airline officials said.

  • SpiceJet Extends Rs 1,999 Monsoon Offer Pan-India

    SpiceJet Extends Rs 1,999 Monsoon Offer Pan-India

    The offer is applicable to airline's all domestic destinations, including Mumbai, Delhi, Kolkata and Chennai, a company official said.

  • AirAsia India announces Bangalore-Kochi flights for Rs 500

    AirAsia India announces Bangalore-Kochi flights for Rs 500

    The airline, which had launched its first flight between Bengaluru and Goa on June 12, would start daily operations from Bengaluru to Kochi and vice versa from July 20, an airline spokesperson said.

  • DGCA Warns IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir for Flouting Payload Norms: Report

    DGCA Warns IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir for Flouting Payload Norms: Report

    IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir were issued notices by the DGCA after the regulator found them violating safety norms by carrying full flights to these two airports where they should fly with 20 per cent less load, official sources said.

  • SpiceJet to Add More Flights on Growing Demand

    SpiceJet to Add More Flights on Growing Demand

    he new flights, effective June 15, would add capacity on the Bangalore-Mangalore, Chennai-Madurai, Bangalore-Hyderabad and Delhi-Lucknow sectors and all of them would be served by 189-seater full-economy Boeing 737 airplanes, the no-frill airline said in a statement.

  • SpiceJet Launches Another Round of Low Fares For Flyers

    SpiceJet Launches Another Round of Low Fares For Flyers

    The fresh round of discounted fares is applicable for three days starting today on all SpiceJet flights from eight cities in South India, the airline said in a release.

  • JetLite Asked to Pay Rs 2 Lakh to Flyer for Cancellation

    JetLite Asked to Pay Rs 2 Lakh to Flyer for Cancellation

    New Delhi Consumer Disputes Redressal Forum directed the airline to compensate for the harassment caused to Vinod Kumar Singhal and his seven family members in February 2007 and pulled it up for citing fog as a reason for cancellation of the flight.

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