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Now, govt comes to SpiceJet's rescue
Business Standard India

Aviation Ministry pushes banks for SpiceJet bailout; asks to l...

MUMBAI, NEW DELHI: The civil aviation ministry pushed for a bailout of SpiceJet on Tuesday, calling on banks to give the carrier up to Rs 600 crore in working capital loans and help it tide over the crisis until the airline can tie up long-term ... Economic Times, 3 days ago
Now, govt comes to SpiceJet's rescue Business Standard India, 3 days ago
Business Standard India

Centre clears sixteen airlines but only two take off

The civil aviation ministry received 20 applications and it granted NOCs to sixteen companies between 2009 till now Aneesh Phadnis | Mumbai October 21, 2014 Last Updated at 23:50 IST Related News Centre clears sixteen airlines but only two take off ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
Times of India

SpiceJet takes off again, may get a white knight

Cash-strapped low-cost carrier SpiceJet on Thursday resumed operations in full force and assured the aviation authorities that it would see cash infusion over the next few weeks. SpiceJet officials along with former company director Ajay Singh met civil ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 day ago Thousands stranded as SpiceJet scraps many flights  Times of India3 days ago SPICEJET : Thousands stranded as SpiceJet scraps many flights  4 Traders1 day ago Thousands flyers stranded as SpiceJet scraps many flights  Economic Times3 days ago

Is aviation regulator DGCA being harsh on SpiceJet?

CAPA forecasts no-frill airline's losses for third and fourth quarters to widen, ups funding need estimate to $300-350 million from earlier $250million Even as troubled budget carrier SpiceJet is sinking, there's a strong feeling in the ...
 DNA India1 week ago

ATF price cut to help airlines save big

With state-owned marketing companies reducing the prices of aviation turbine fuel (ATF) to Rs 59,943 a kilolitre from December 1 - 4.1 per cent lower than the previous month - domestic airlines' fuel bill in the second half of 2014-15 is estimated ...
 Business Standard India2 weeks ago

New rules may let domestic carriers fly abroad

NEW DELHI:The civil aviation ministry is looking to scrap restrictions on Indian carriers that want to start overseas services, a move that will benefit new entrants such as Tata-SIA joint venture Vistara but may displease existing airlines IndiGo, ...
 Economic Times3 weeks ago Skies clear for Vistara, domestic carriers to fly abroad  DNA India1 month ago
Business Standard India

Minister bats for Greater Noida airport

New aviation minister says the proposed airport is not a project of Mayawati or Mulayam Singh, but of India BS Reporter | New Delhi November 13, 2014 Last Updated at 00:25 IST The proposal to develop a new airport at Jewar in Greater Noida might ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Govt to review 150 km clause; eyes second airport in Jewar  Business Standard India1 month ago

Draft aviation policy draws flak

Comment · print · T T T+· T- A draft policy on civil aviation was released by the Ministry of Civil Aviation on Monday. TOPICS The draft civil aviation policy, released by the Ministry of Civil Aviation, on Monday has drawn criticism ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

AirAsia to fly from Delhi soon

The battle in the domestic aviation skies will soon shift to Delhi, with low-cost carrier AirAsia and Tata-SIA’s Vistara booking slots at the T-3 terminal of the international airport in New Delhi.  Sources in the know confirmed Vistara had booked six slots here and was ready to fly once it got the government nod. What is a surprise is that AirAsia, looking for six to seven slots here, was offered three to begin with from T3. Sources say the LCC has decided to begin services within ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago AirAsia to fly from Delhi in one and half months  Business Standard India1 month ago

Jet fuel price down 7%, but fare cuts unlikely

NEW DELHI: Oil PSUs on Saturday cut aviation turbine fuel by 7.3%, bringing the overall reduction in ATF by almost 10% in last three months. Airlines, however, are unlikely to cut fares and pass on the benefit to flyers. Any reduction in fares will ...
 Times of India1 month ago SPICEJET : Jet fuel price down 7%, but fare cuts unlikely  4 Traders1 month ago
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