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Jet Airways to ground low-cost flights from Dec 1

The Naresh Goyal-founded airline Jet Airways started offering low-cost flights after acquiring Air Sahara and renaming it JetLite. NEW DELHI: Jet Airways will not operate low-cost flights from December 1, as the carrier is closing a service it started six ... Economic Times, 1 month ago

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NDTV Profit, 2 months ago
Business Standard India

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 India's domestic air traffic grew by over 16 perce...  ABP Live2 weeks ago Private airlines fly better despite peer pressure  Business Standard India1 month ago How rising competition adds to Air India's woes  Rediff.com1 month ago

SpiceJet has a history of fight for survival

NEW DELHI: A fight for survival and desperate hunt for investors is nothing new for crisis-ridden SpiceJet. The airline traces its lineage to a JV formed by the S K Modi Group and Lufthansa back in 1990s. Called ModiLuft, the full service airline ...
 Times of India3 days ago SPICEJET : has a history of fight for survival  4 Traders3 days ago

New airlines to take wing in 2015

Industry sources expect the airline will start flying next month because the company is yet to receive a permit from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. Aviation professionals and investors are taking fresh bets by launching new airlines on regional and national routes while existing domestic carriers continue to bleed and remain mired in debt. The first to take off will be Air Pegasus, promoted by Bengaluru-based ground-handling firm Deccor Aviation. Air Pegasus managing director Shyson ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago New airlines to take wings in 2015  Business Standard India2 weeks ago

Jet shelves plan to transfer ATR turboprop fleet to JetLite

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: Jet Airways is believed to have shelved a plan to transfer the airline's ATR turboprop aircraft fleet to the subsidiary JetLite for now, owing to the regulatory complexities and costs issue. Jet currently has 18 ATRs in ...
 ZeeNews.com1 week ago Jet likely to drop plan to transfer ATR turboprop fleet to JetLite  Business Standard India1 week ago Jet Airways Shelves Plan to Transfer ATR Turboprop Fleet to Subsidiary: Report  NDTV Profit1 week ago

Two airline start-ups plan to launch in summer 2015

The new airlines launches in India could fuel another aviation boom in the country. Photo: AFP New Delhi: Premier Airways Ltd , promoted by a non-resident Indian (NRI), and Air One Aviation Pvt. Ltd , founded by a former Air Sahara president, are ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

Drogba vs. Messi in Turkish Airline's #EpicFood campaign

Have you seen the now ubiquitous Turkish Airline advertisements featuring Lionel Messi? If not, you've probably not been on the internet lately. Drogba vs. Messi is the latest instalment featuring this jet-setting soccer star, part of a campaign ...
 Prague Post3 weeks ago NEW! Turkish Airlines Sends Soccer Star On Epic Foodie Trip  Media Post1 month ago

F1: Financial rumours on Sahara Force India must ''stop''

From GMM Vijay Mallya has played down the latest reports questioning the financial health of his F1 team Sahara Force India. Newspaper reports in the last days have suggested the auditors of the Silverstone based team's parent company doubt the ...
 Auto123.com1 month ago Sahara is by no means financially weak and Force India will race on: Mallya  Rediff.com1 month ago Force India to race on, says Mallya  Business Standard India1 month ago Force India will race on: Mallya  News Today1 month ago

India's airlines face severe talent crunch

Image: Airline staff face a crisis. Photograph: Reuters   Stressful work schedules and limited growth opportunities are taking a toll on a large number of senior professionals in airlines. The past four years have seen a steady stream of talent from the aviation sector leaving for industries such as hospitality, financial services, travel and infrastructure companies like GMR and GVK even as promoters of airline companies have been scrambling to bring in chief executives from overseas. ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
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New blow for India's Kingfisher as shares face suspension

Shares of India's grounded Kingfisher Airlines face suspension, stock exchanges have announced, hammering another nail in the coffin of the carrier founded by self-crowned "King of Good Times" tycoon Vijay Mallya. The heavily indebted airline, ...
 News.net1 month ago Blow for Kingfisher as shares face suspension  Qatar Peninsula1 month ago Kingfisher shares suspended  TTRweekly.com1 month ago
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