AirAsia’s Rs 5 basic fare offer has triggered competition and criticism from rivals, with market leader IndiGo launching a Rs 1 basic fare on AirAsia’s inaugural routes and SpiceJet Chief Operating Officer Sanjiv Kapoor questioning the silence of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on the price war. On Friday night, AirAsia said it was offering 15,000 tickets at a basic fare of Rs 5 on the Bangalore-Goa and Bangalore-Chennai sectors. Click NEXT to read ... Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Is IndiGo blocking AirAsia's India plans? - Rediff.com, 2 months ago
AirAsia India stopped collecting fee for check-in luggage up to 15 kilogramme on Thursday, following the Directorate General of Civil Aviation’s intervention. The airline opened bookings on Friday night for its inaugural routes -- Bengaluru-Goa and Bengaluru-Chennai. The Bengaluru-Goa flight will start from June 12 and the other flight from June 19. The budget airline had earlier decided to continue with its international practice of not offering free check-in luggage. It had announced ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
We expect over 15-20% lower entry-level airfares from AirAsia With AirAsia India receiving AOP from aviation regulator, they are claiming that they will bring in revolution in the Indian domestic aviation market. However, only time will tell if it will be ...DNA, 2 months ago
A tribunal on Tuesday stayed the Bengaluru airport’s move to raise landing and parking charges and offer discounts to carriers making it their hub. Bangalore International Airport Ltd has offered a 40 per cent discount on landing and parking charges to airlines headquartered in the city that kept most of their aircraft in the airport. On an appeal by the Federation of Indian Airlines, a lobby group of private airlines, the Airport Economic Regulatory Authority Appellate Tribunal on ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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