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DGCA Hopes 'Sick Leave Protest' At IndiGo, Go First Will End Soon

DGCA Hopes 'Sick Leave Protest' At IndiGo, Go First Will End Soon

On July 2, around 55 per cent of IndiGo's domestic flights were delayed as a significant number of its cabin crew members went on leave, with sources saying they reportedly went for an Air India recruitment drive

13 July 2022
Jet Airways Appoints Former Go First Executives As Heads Of Network Planning, Revenue Management

Jet Airways Appoints Former Go First Executives As Heads Of Network Planning, Revenue Management

Financial distress forced Jet Airways, which flew for more than two decades, to suspend operations on April 17, 2019, and a consortium of lenders, led by the...

13 July 2022

SpiceJet's Overflowing Cup Of Woes, Is It Bad Luck Or Bad Management?

Recurring instances of flight mishaps, DGCA show cause notice and now an FIR against its CMD, SpiceJet seems to be constantly flying into the eye of the storm

Complaint Against Chairman Ajay Singh 'Bogus': SpiceJet

Complaint Against Chairman Ajay Singh 'Bogus': SpiceJet

Gurugram police on Monday said an FIR has been filed against Singh, who is the Chairman and Managing Director of SpiceJet, based on a complaint by one Amit...

12 July 2022

Rakesh Jhunjhunwala's Akasa Air To Get First Aircraft By Mid-June

The airline plans to fly 18 aircraft by the end of March 2023 across domestic routes in the country, focusing on metro to tier -II/III cities, a release...

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18 May 2022
IndiGo Appoints Pieter Elbers As The New CEO

IndiGo Appoints Pieter Elbers As The New CEO

He will join the airline on or before October 1 this year while incumbent Ronojoy Dutta will retire on September 30.


13 May 2022
Jet Airways To Have Best Possible App, Website Among Indian Carriers: CEO Sanjiv Kapoor

Jet Airways To Have Best Possible App, Website Among Indian Carriers: CEO Sanjiv Kapoor

The airline in its old avatar was owned by Naresh Goyal and had operated its last flight on April 17, 2019. The Jalan-Kalrock Consortium is currently the...


13 May 2022
Emirates Air Lost $1 Billion, But That's An 80% Improvement

Emirates Air Lost $1 Billion, But That's An 80% Improvement

As Emirates Air claws it way out of the worst of the pandemic, its main hub of Dubai International Airport remains the busiest  in international travel. 


12 May 2022
Air France-KLM, IndiGo Implement Codeshare Agreement

Air France-KLM, IndiGo Implement Codeshare Agreement

This means that Air France and KLM will be able to sell seats, on its distribution system, of IndiGo flights on 30 domestic routes.


12 May 2022
Tata Group Appoints Campbell Wilson As New CEO, MD Of Air India After Ilker Ayci's Refusal

Tata Group Appoints Campbell Wilson As New CEO, MD Of Air India After Ilker Ayci's Refusal

Wilson, 50, is the CEO of Scoot, the wholly-owned low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines. He has 26 years of aviation industry expertise across both full...


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11 May 2022
Vistara Restores Salaries, Flying Allowance Of Pilots To Pre-Pandemic Levels

Vistara Restores Salaries, Flying Allowance Of Pilots To Pre-Pandemic Levels

An amount equivalent to the reduction in BFA will be added to the monthly bonus and paid to eligible pilots from April 1.


11 May 2022
Europe Would Be A Focus Point For Vistara: CEO Vinod Kannan

Europe Would Be A Focus Point For Vistara: CEO Vinod Kannan

The airline welcomed the high load factors it has been enjoying ever since it went daily with its London flights at the beginning of this month.


11 May 2022
Jet Airways Takes To The Skies Again

Jet Airways Takes To The Skies Again

After a test flight in Hyderabad and a positioning ferry flight to Delhi, it has received security clearance to plan the relaunch of its commercial flights


09 May 2022
Jet Airways 2.0: How Jet Is Set To Take The Sky Amid More Challenges

Jet Airways 2.0: How Jet Is Set To Take The Sky Amid More Challenges

Last Thursday, it conducted a test flight to prove to the DGCA that the aircraft and its components are operating normally.


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