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The govt should ideally let SpiceJet fail

Indian private airlines suffering from financial stress

Press Trust of India | December 15, 2014 17:18 PM New Delhi : All private Indian airlines are suffering from financial stress as found in financial audits carried out in 2014 by aviation regulator DGCA, Lok Sabha was informed on ... IBNLive India News, 3 days ago
SpiceJet in more trouble Asian Age, 16 hours ago
The govt should ideally let SpiceJet fail, 16 hours ago

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Axis Bank ties up with Tigerair to offer its customers

Chennai: Axis Bank, India's third largest private sector bank in association with Tigerair, Singapore's leading no-frills airline, today announced a special offer Fly out to Singapore for free on round trip exclusively for Axis Bank's esteemed ...
 APN News2 days ago Axis Bank, Tigerair offer on Singapore flights  Hindu Business Line2 days ago Axis Bank, Singapore's Tigerair offer free round trips  Hindu Business Line2 days ago Axis Bank ties up with Tigerair  MyIris2 days ago

Jet Airways starts direct flight from Goa to Abu Dhabi

direct flight, Jet Airways will be India's first private airline to operate over 50 daily flights to multiple destinations in the Gulf, says official. Panaji: Private carrier Jet Airways has started a new daily direct flight linking Goa with Abu Dhabi. The ...
 Economic Times1 month ago Trade union strike in Brussels, Jet cancels 4 flights  Business Standard India1 week ago Jet Airways COO quits in eighth top-level exit  Rediff.com1 month ago Jet announces Pune-Abu Dhabi service  Times of India2 months ago

Happy Birthday Vijay Mallya: A sneak peek into his luxury car collection, private aircrafts

Dainik Bhaskar News Network | Dec 18, 2014, 16:19PM IST It is Kingfisher Airlines chairperson and managing director Vijay Mallya’s 59th birthday today. The businessman is known for his flamboyant lifestyle and myriad non-business interests as well.
 Daily Bhaskar9 hours ago Working to recover loans from Kingfisher Airlines: Pvt Banks  Deccan Herald1 month ago Vijay Mallya in trouble? Private Banks working to recover loans from Kingfisher Airlines  One India1 month ago

Global airline CEOs don't see SpiceJet troubles hurting Indian market

NEW DELHI: SpiceJet's financial problems may have raised some concerns over the future of India's aviation industry, but top executives from global airlines say the troubles at the low-cost carrier aren't anything new in the sector and won't hurt ...
 Economic Times14 hours ago Global airlines CEOs don't see SpiceJet troubles hurting Indian market  Economic Times8 hours ago

Fortunes have nose-dived

Private airlines paying price for mismanagement It is for the experts to chew upon as to how so many private airlines which began with a bang in the early and mid 1990s, have fallen on bad times, having to either curtail or close down operations.
 New Delhi Pioneer2 days ago LTC: govt. servants can travelby private airlines to J&K  The Hindu2 weeks ago Now, officials can take pvt airline to travel to J  Economic Times2 weeks ago New LTC rules: Babus can take private airline to travel to J&K  ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago
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Flying from Chennai may get costly as airport hikes rent for airlines

CHENNAI: Flying out of the city could get expensive if the Airports Authority of India (AAI) sticks to its rent revision on land used by airlines to park their equipment like step ladders, baggage trolleys, aircraft pushback vehicles and shuttle ...
 Times of India1 week ago Minister: Govt committed to privatise power companies  Frontier Post1 week ago Requests for qualification for airport privatisation scrapped: Government  Jagran Post3 weeks ago India plans new push at airport sell-off  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

IndiGo airlines gets push-back van to use aerobridge facility

INDORE: IndiGo airlines is the first private airlines to use aerobridge facility at Devi Ahilya Bai Holkar Airport, Indore. Confirming it, director of Indore airport, Manoj Chansoria said, "IndiGo is the first one to own a push-back van (or tow ...
 Times of India1 week ago Indigo aircrafts start use of aerobridge  The Freepress Journal1 week ago

Government mulling easing rules to help India airlines grow

Saying certain regulations that restrict growth in India’s aviation sector need a relook, civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, in another significant comment on Thursday, said: “SpiceJet seems to be giving us heart attacks as far as airlines are ...
 Asian Age1 week ago

The FATA Favours

Private airline companies have to keep civil aviation officials in good humour for many reasons. The extension of the Foreign Aircrew Temporary Authorisation (FATA) is one among them. In August, Minister of State for Civil Aviation GM Siddeshwara ...
 Tehelka2 weeks ago
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