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AirAsia crash: Co-pilot flew the aircraft before crash
One India

Foul play unlikely

Press Trust of India Jakarta/Singapore, 19 January Indonesian investigators probing the deadly AirAsia crash today ruled out any terror or pilot suicide angle in the tragedy after analysing the cockpit voice recorder to determine what ... The Statesman, 1 week ago

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IndiGo to lease more planes in move to take on new entrants

In 2015, IndiGo faces competition from Tata's Vistara and budget airline AirAsia India. New Delhi: India's biggest airline by market share is leasing more planes as it prepares to become bigger and combat competition from new entrants. IndiGo ...
 Livemint.com3 days ago Force India to miss Jerez F1 test  24Dunia2 days ago Stocks in news: Lupin, Coal India, HDFC Bank, Justdial  Yahoo! India1 day ago India's tiger population jumps 30 percent  Business Insider1 week ago
Money Today

Now, one-way ticket by AirAsia at Rs699

NEW DELHI: No-frills carrier AirAsia India has lowered its advance fares, offering its customers one-way ticket prices at as low as Rs 699, with a travel validity period lasting up to March next year. The bookings under the three-day limited ...
 Navhind Times1 day ago AirAsia India lowers advance fares, offers one-way ticket at Rs 699  ZeeNews.com3 days ago AirAsia India advance fare starts at Rs 699  Money Today3 days ago AirAsia India offers lowered advance fares  Press Trust of India3 days ago
Business Standard India

AirAsia's Tony Fernandes calls for single aviation authority in ASEAN

DAVOS: Tony Fernandes, the Indian-origin founder and CEO of the AirAsia group, has called for a single aviation authority to approve licences to operate in 10 Southeast Asian nations, an issue that assumed significance after the deadly crash of the ...
 Economic Times4 days ago Need change in 5/20 rule, says AirAsia's Tony Fernandes  Money Control1 week ago AirAsia CEO calls for single aviation authority in ASEAN  Business Standard India5 days ago AirAsia's Fernandes Speaks in Bloomberg Interview (Transcript)  BusinessWeek1 week ago
DNA India

SpiceJet, AirAsia India Offer 'Super Low' Fares

Budget carrier SpiceJet on Wednesday joined the low fare race in the domestic market putting on the block half a million seats with ticket prices starting at Rs 1,499 under a limited period promotional ...
 Businessworld India2 days ago SpiceJet joins low-fare race  Economic Times2 days ago SpiceJet joins low fare race, puts up 5 lakh tickets for sale, starting at 1,499  DNA India2 days ago Google, Jet Airways Flight Search flies into Cleartrip fired flak  Financial Express2 weeks ago
NDTV Profit

AirAsia India Back With Rs 699 Ticket Offer

Budget carrier AirAsia India is offering tickets as low as Rs 699 (all-inclusive) on advance bookings. The AirAsia India offer is open till February 1, 2015. The offer is applicable on travel between August 3, 2015 and March 26, 2016. According to ...
 NDTV Profit3 days ago This Airline is Back With Rs 699 Ticket Offer  NDTV Profit3 days ago

Attempt to lift QZ8501 fuselage fails

Press Trust of India Jakarta/Singapore, 25 January A fresh attempt to lift the sunken fuselage of the doomed AirAsia plane from the Java Sea today failed when a wire rope snapped after the wreckage reached the surface of the water, Indonesian ...
 The Statesman5 days ago New attempt to lift AirAsia jet's fuselage fails as rope snaps  The Statesman5 days ago New attempt to lift AirAsia wreckage fails  Prokerala4 days ago

Aviation firms ask govt to not relax regulations for Vistara, AirAsia India

Vistara and AirAsia India reacted strongly to the lobbying efforts. New Delhi: An industry lobby group has asked the government not to relax rules to allow Vistara and AirAsia India, the two airline start-up joint ventures of Tata Sons Ltd, ...
 Livemint.com1 week ago Tatas' Vistara Starts Flying; Says Will 'Do It Right'  India-West1 day ago Vistara takes to the skies  Goa Herald1 week ago India is yet to witness a real world-class airline, says Phee Teik Yeoh  24Dunia2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Will pursue growth plans at full throttle from March: AirAsia

No-frills carrier AirAsia India has said it will pursue its growth plans at full throttle from March with the induction of more aircraft and expansion of the route network. As part of its summer schedule from March to October, which is yet to be ...
 Smart Investor5 days ago

Continue with existing norms on international ops: FIA

AirAsia India Chief Executive Mittu Chandilya said that the existing rules were keeping the Indian carriers away from expanding their presence in the overseas skies. NEW DELHI: FIA, an umbrella organisation of Indian air carriers, today strongly favoured ...
 Economic Times1 week ago
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