Pic Courtesy: - Mumbai: Domestic budget carriers SpiceJet, Indigo and GoAir Tuesday rolled out another sale offer with fares starting from Rs 1,699 for a limited period on domestic routes. The travel period for the three-day sale(Tuesday to ... ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago
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Mumbai, Sept 1: The new entrant in airlines industry in India -- AirAsia has come up with another interesting offer. Interested people can book flight tickets at Rs 1,290. The airline is offering all-in fares from Rs 1,290 on different routes.Oneindia, 1 day ago AirAsia ticket discounts start at Rs 438 Deccan Chronicle, 3 weeks ago
MUMBAI: AirAsia India's head of safety Sumant Mishra has resigned, three months after the domestic arm of the Malaysian budget airline AriAsia got off the ground, sources said. The airline, however, has found the replacement, who will soon be ...Times of India, 2 days ago AirAsia India Safety Head Resigns: Report NDTV, 2 days ago AirAsia India's head of safety Sumant Mishra resigns; replacement found Economic Times, 1 day ago AirAsia India's safety head resigns Jagran Post, 2 days ago
Bangalore Airport. Photograph: Courtesy, GVK The Bangalore airport has been aggressively marketing itself and pushing airlines to launch flights on new regional routes with potential for air travel, say Surajeet Das Gupta and Aneesh Phadnis. The newest battleground for India's airlines is Bangalore, not Delhi or Mumbai. The country's two busiest airports, which constitute over 35 per cent of all domestic traffic, hardly have any capacity left which is used by low-cost ...Rediff.com, 6 days ago Aviation battle breaks out in Bangalore Business Standard India, 1 week ago
Designer Priyadarshini Rao, who showcased her contemporary collection titled - An Ode To Indigo - at the last day of Lakme Fahion Week Winter/Festive 2014 Sunday, tagged it as a "global collection". And why not! She used free flowing fabrics in ...NewKerala.com, 1 week ago
Mumbai: From fashion labels and travel operators to real estate and infrastructure developers, companies that have avoided tapping investors for three years are starting to revive share-sale plans, seeking to benefit from buoyant equity markets and ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago IPOs back in favour after three-year lull [Mint, New Delhi :: ] BusinessWeek, 1 month ago
Nearly two months after its maiden flight from Bangalore to Goa, AirAsia India has set about to become a pan-India player. Come September, it will fly on relatively uncharted routes like Bangalore-Chandigarh and Bangalore-Jaipur, where it will have competition from only one carrier: IndiGo. In October, AirAsia hopes to connect Bangalore with the Northeast. It could be either Bagdogra or Guwahati. Again, its rival will be IndiGo, which operates a daily flight from Bangalore to Guwahati. The ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago Winning over the promiscuous India consumer Moneycontrol.com, 1 month ago North-East attractive; will add 6 planes to fleet: AirAsia Moneycontrol.com, 2 months ago
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GoAir's strategy of focussing on markets like Pune, Goa, Chandigarh, Leh and Srinagar is reaping dividends as metro-to-non metro flights are generating over 70 per cent traffic for the low-cost airline. The Wadia group-run GoAir was launched in ...Business Standard India, 3 weeks ago
AirAsia seems to have sensed an opportunity in the underserved northeast region, which has only two direct flights to Mumbai and Bangalore. At a company event on Friday, Chief Executive Tony Fernandes said the airline would focus on the Northeast destinations but did not specify routes. AirAsia has launched services on the Bangalore-Chennai and Bangalore-Goa routes. According to schedule filed with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), there are only two direct flights linking ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Mumbai: Five years ago, Radhika Balaji, 28, now a senior executive with an insurance firm, used to visit a travel agent for booking her annual pilgrimage to Vaishno Devi, the Hindu temple. The travel agent would ask her to pick one of the three ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
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