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Indian airlines cancel flights to Nepal till further orders

Earthquake fallout: Flights to Kathmandu put on hold

Flights to Kathmandu from India were hit on Saturday after earthquake rocked Nepal with most of the airlines cancelling or putting on hold their operations due to closure of the ruway at the Tribhuvan International airport for a few hours. The ... India Today, 2 days ago
Air India slashes Kathmandu fare to Rs 4,700 Business Today India, 13 hours ago
Air India cut fare to Kathmandu IChainnel, 13 hours ago

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Jet Airways Enhances Connectivity Between Emerging Cities

Few Sec ago Jet Airways, India's premiere international airline, has introduced new flights between Ahmedabad and Bhopal/Indore as well to Hyderabad via Pune with immediate effect. These new ATR services will operate six days a week except on ...
 India Online.in7 hours ago

SpiceJet discount offer: Travel with 7 kg hand baggage and fly for Rs 999

So India is finally coming around to the practice held dear by budget airlines across the world - each piece of checked in luggage could be charged extra on a flight. And there could be incentives in terms of lower fares for those passengers who ...
 Firstpost.com10 hours ago Now fares starting at Rs. 999! SpiceJets TravelLightSaveMore sale  India Infoline14 hours ago Spicejet makes sale offer priced at Rs 999; ticket ‘cheaper than Second AC train’  Economic Times4 hours ago Travel in SpiceJet with a hand baggage for Rs 999  Economic Times5 hours ago

Government to ask airlines to reserve 'Emergency' quota for last-minute flyers

Verma Jr. 3 minutes ago Shyam Sharma The Times Of India : Government to ask airlines to reserve 'Emergency' quota for last-minute flyers: One-way f... 3 minutes ago Farhan. Government to ask ...
 NewsR.in12 hours ago

Air India shuts down 23 booking offices

India's national airline is downsizing its booking operations to bring down operating expenses and has closed down 23 such offices across India, parliament was told on Monday.Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma informed the Lok Sabha that Air ...
 Prokerala6 hours ago Cash-starved Air India shuts down booking offices to cut losses  Domain-B3 hours ago PMO asks Air India to submit revival plan, financial report  Rediff.com1 month ago
Hindustan Times

Aftershocks, rain hit rescue of stranded Indians

NEW DELHI: Evacuation for Indians stranded in Kathmandu and airlifting of relief material to the quake-hit country could not proceed as planned on Sunday. The Kathmandu airport was first closed at 1.15 pm due to aftershocks that forced evacuation of ...
 Times of India1 day ago Flights to Kathmandu hit  The Echo Of India1 day ago Quake fallout: Flights to Kathmandu hit  Press Trust of India2 days ago PTI - QUAKE-AIRLINES - Flights to Kathmandu put on hold  Namibia Press Agency2 days ago

Earthquake: Airlines cancel flights to Kathmandu, likely to resume on Sunday

MUMBAI: Indian carriers Jet Airways, Air India, SpiceJet and IndiGo Saturday cancelled all flights to Kathmandu after a powerful earthquake slammed Nepal killing close to 1000. Senior executives at all these carriers however said flights will most likely ...
 Economic Times2 days ago Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo operate additional flights to Nepal, take relief material free of cost  Firstpost.com1 day ago Nepal quake: Air India, SpiceJet and IndiGo operated rescue flights to Kathmandu  Economic Times3 hours ago Indian carriers like Air India, SpiceJet, IndiGo resume flights to Kathmandu  Economic Times22 hours ago

No closure of Air India, says government

The government has been pushing the airline to hasten towards breaking even The civil aviation ministry made it clear on Wednesday that there was no question of closing Air India, a position reiterated by top executives of the airline. AI’s performance and government stand on the future of the airline came in the spotlight when, on Tuesday, Minister of Heavy Industries Anant Geete said in a written reply to the Lok Sabha that it was among the many state companies ‘termed as a sick ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Manmohan's Break Industry to Modi's Make in India  The Sunday Guardian1 day ago Minimum government? It starts right here!  Rediff.com1 month ago
Times of India

Indian carriers cap fares to and from Nepal

NEW DELHI: In a bid to pull out as many stranded Indians from Nepal as possible, Indian airlines have capped fares on the India-Kathmandu routes. Air India has reduced The one-way fare between Delhi / Kolkata / Varanasi and Kathmandu from Rs 14,000 ...
 Times of India1 day ago
Times of India

Missing MH370: Aviation expert claims wreckage lying in the Bay of Bengal between India and Malaysia

An aviation technology expert has reportedly claimed that he has spotted the remains of missing Malaysian Airlines flight MH370 but needs 1.3 million pounds to find it.
 Times of India3 days ago THIS man knows where MH370 disappeared  Rediff.com3 days ago Aviation expert claims MH370 wreckage lying in the Bay of Bengal  Rediff.com3 days ago Aviation expert claims has spotted MH370 wreck between India and Malaysia in Bay of Bengal  Ani News3 days ago
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