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Jet Airways registers highest passenger occupancy in Jan, Vistara lowest
Financial Express

Jet Airways registers highest passenger occupancy in Jan, Vist...

Jet Airways and JetLite registered highest occupancy of 87 per cent, IndiGo followed with passenger load factor of 85.2 per cent. (PTI) Tata Sons venture with Singapore Airlines Vistara which took to skies last month recorded industry-low ... Financial Express, 1 week ago

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Jet shelves plan to transfer ATR turboprop fleet to JetLite?

been prompted by regulatory complexities and high costs Press Trust of India | New Delhi December 7, 2014 Last Updated at 11:05 IST Jet Airways will likely drop a plan to transfer the airline's ATR turboprop aircraft fleet to its subsidiary JetLite for now.
 Business Standard2 months ago Jet Airways may drop plan to transfer ATR turboprop fleet to JetLite: reports  India Infoline2 months ago dna exclusive: Jet Airways delays TDS payment, gets I-T warning  DNA India1 week ago Jet Airways drops ATR fleet’s transfer  Asian Age2 months ago
Millennium Post

Domestic air traffic registers growth

Air India stood third with a market share of 18.4 per cent (after IndiGo and Jet Airways and JetLite combined) while budget carrier SpiceJet cornered 17.4 per cent of the total domestic passenger traffic. (PTI) Domestic air traffic grew by 9.7 ...
 Financial Express1 month ago Domestic air traffic grew 10% in 2014, says DGCA  Deccan Herald1 month ago Discounts help domestic air traffic grow 9.7% in 2014  Millennium Post1 month ago Low fares helped Indian carriers sell 674 lakh seats in 2014  Rediff.com1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

'3,400 Air India flights cancelled in December 2014 due to indiscipline, staff shortage'

Over 3,400 flights of different airlines including Air India were cancelled in December last year alone, with the Government today attributing this to "indiscipline" among their staff and crew shortage. During this month, 3,644 flights including 2,808 of ...
 DNA31 minutes ago AI, IndiGo flyers most affected by delays in Jan: DGCA  Hindu Business Line1 week ago Air India, IndiGo flyers worst hit by flight delays in January: DGCA  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago AI, IndiGo flyers worst hit by flight delays in Jan: DGCA  Millennium Post1 week ago
Travel Weekly Asia

Indian politicians under fire for delaying flights

Aviation Aviation bosses urged to crackdown on pollies who dilly-dally Times are changing and the people's voice is getting louder against favours to politicians in India. A social activist has demanded that the Indian ministry of civil aviation ...
 Travel Weekly Asia1 week ago Interest, fuel costs make Indian aviation's flight choppy (IANS Special: 2014 in Retrospect)  Business Standard India2 months ago Fuel costs made Indian aviation's flight choppy in 2014  Business Today India2 months ago Interest fuel costs make Indian aviations flight choppy  Bombay News.Net2 months ago
Gulf News

Domestic air traffic surges in Jan

Domestic airlines flew 62.45 lakh passengers in January registering a growth of 21.33 per cent over the 51.47 lakh carried during the same period in the previous year. The latest data released by the Directorate-General of Civil Aviation shows ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago India's domestic air passenger traffic up 12.5 percent  ProKerala.com3 weeks ago Indias domestic air passenger traffic up 12.5 percent  Calcutta News.Net3 weeks ago Domestic air passenger traffic up 12.5 pc  SME Times3 weeks ago

Vistara flew with half its seats vacant in Jan

Vistara, the full-service joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines that launched its service on January 9, flew with more than half its seats vacant in the first month, show Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) data. Also, ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago

India's domestic pax up 21% to 6.2m in Jan-2015

20-Feb-2015 11:40 AM CAPA India 's Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) reports (19-Feb-2015) the following Indian domestic traffic highlights in Jan-2015: Passenger numbers: 6.2 million, +21.3% year-on-year; Load factor: Market ...
 Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 week ago India's domestic pax up 15% to 6.4m in Dec-2014, pax up 10% to 67.4m in 2014  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation1 month ago India domestic pax up 14% in Nov-2014, IndiGo holds 33.5% market share  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation2 months ago

Mangaluru: Quality Par Excellence! CAFS Cheers on Receiving HACCP Certificate on its 1st Anniversary

Mangaluru: I have traveled by plane quite a few times between Chicago, USA-Mumbai/Bangaluru/Mangaluru during my visits to my hometown, Kudla/Kodiyal, also taken air-trips to Mexico, Ukraine, Russia, Canada, Thailand, Gulf and other countries on ...
 Mangalorean2 weeks ago

Aerospace Composite Market Poise up to $4,993.1 Million by 2019

The report, "Aerospace Composites Market by Type (Glass Fiber, Carbon Fiber, Ceramic Matrix, Aramid Fiber, Metal Matrix), Aircraft Parts (Fuselage, Wings, Empennage), & Application (Commercial, Military, Business, Helicopters) - Global Trends & ...
 Individual.com2 weeks ago Aerospace Composite Market worth $4,993.1 M by 2019  ASD News1 month ago New market report predicts size of aerospace sector  Composites World2 months ago
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