India Travel News
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 05:38:31 GMT
Jet Airways unveils full service
Jet Airways, an Indian airline based in Mumbai, has started rolling out a full service product on all flights across its network in India. The airline said it will offer guests a two class, full service product with a complimentary dining experience onboard all domestic ...
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 03:46:26 GMT
Fog in northern India disrupts flights, leads to chaos at city airport
While the past week saw Spicejet passengers creating a ruckus over mass cancellations, the weekend at the airport was no less noisy with flight schedules on sectors such as Mumbai to Chandigarh, Indore and Jaipur changed, if not cancelled altogether, due ...
Fares to fly low as new airlines take off; flyers to benefit from higher supply of ... - Daily News & Analysis
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 02:05:38 GMT
Daily News & Analysis
Fares to fly low as new airlines take off; flyers to benefit from higher supply of ...
Daily News & Analysis
"Each time there is crisis in the sector, the government is reacting to an individual airline. Initially, it was Air India; then it was Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines and now it is SpiceJet. The government has to take steps to improve the sector on the whole," said ...
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 02:00:01 GMT
Iata seeks policy support to boost Indian carriers
Voicing reservation over privatisation of airports, global airlines body Iata has said governments should resist the temptation of earning revenue through such exercises and evolve policies supportive to all players to spur growth in the aviation sector.
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 01:56:39 GMT
Special ceremony marks centennial of Malaysian Airlines Boeing orders
Boeing Commercial Airplanes senior vice-president of Asia Pacific and India sales Dinesh Keskar said that the company was honoured to be a part of this special centennial delivery and was proud of its ongoing relationship with Malaysian Airlines.
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 01:32:59 GMT
Don't fleece flyers grounded by SpiceJet's woes: DGCA
NEW DELHI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has directed all Indian carriers to accept passengers of SpiceJet's cancelled flights without charging exorbitant spot fares. The regulator's order is "subject to availability" of seats in other carriers ...
Mon, 22 Dec 2014 00:36:50 GMT
SpiceJet May See Change in Holding Pattern
The New Indian Express
Media baron Kalanithi Maran-promoted low cost carrier had hit turbulence after mounting losses which even led to large scale cancellations due to exit of pilots from the airline. The original promoter of the carrier Ajay Singh is reported to infuse around `1,200 ...