A day after Union Minister Hardeep Singh Puri advised airlines to open bookings only after the government takes a decision on resuming passenger flight services, Vistara and AirAsia India said on Sunday they have not received any notice from the aviation ministry on this matter
Air Asia PMLA case: ED issues fresh summons to CEO Tony Fernandes, senior executives for questioning next month
The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has issued fresh summons to senior executives of Air Asia airlines, including CEO Tony Fernandes, for questioning next month in connection with a money laundering case, officials said on Friday
The allegation pertains to Air Asia officials and others allegedly trying to manipulate government policies through corrupt means to get international licence for its Indian venture Air Asia India Limited.
The Tata Sons-AirAsia group joint venture airline currently flies only on domestic routes
Daily Bulletin: Parliament to discuss bills on chit funds, rights of transgenders; SC to hear Chidambaram's bail plea; day's top stories
Daily Bulletin: Parliament to discuss bills on chit funds, rights of transgenders; SC to hear Chidambaram's bail plea; NCP, Congress to meet at 5 pm over Maharashtra government formation; day's top stories
Daily bulletin: Bodies of slain CRPF jawans to be handed over to kin, ED to seek custodial interrogation of Vadra, day's top stories
Today's top stories: Bodies of CRPF jawans killed in the Pulwama attack to be handed over to their families; ED to seek custodial interrogation of Robert Vadra as his term expires; rapper R Kelly accused of sexually abusing a minor; and more.
R Venkataramanan quits Tata Trusts as managing trustee, Ratan Tata's half-brother Noel roped in as trustee of Ratan Tata Trust
R Venkataramanan, the managing trustee of the Tata Trusts, a string of non-profits that own 66 percent of the diversified Tata Sons, has resigned
AirAsia CEO says that airline went through "some unfortunate incidents"; focus now on expanding presence in metros
AirAsia India had recently gone through some "unfortunate incidents", but was able to put everything behind it, Sunil Bhaskaran, the CEO of the company, said on Tuesday.
AirAsia shares tumble as probe threatens plans for India unit's IPO; CEO Tony Fernandes says reportage is 'inaccurate'
Air Asia India had 14 planes at end-2017, and has plans to expand its fleet to 60 over the next five years. Under Indian rules, it can launch international flights once it has 20 planes.
Air Asia denies 'wrongdoing'; CBI case may trigger calls for cancellation of operator's India licence, feel experts
AirAsia India, where Tatas have 51 percent stake, began operations in 2014.
CBI files case against AirAsia CEO Tony Fernandes, civil aviation ministry officials and others for alleged corruption
Central Bureau of Investigation names six people in its FIR, along with three firms and unknown government servants.
CBI books Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes and others for violation of norms for securing international flying licenses
CBI alleges that Air Asia's Tony Fernandes lobbied with government servants for clearances, removal of the 5/20 rule and for a change in regulatory policies.
Parliamentary panel report flays airlines for awful food, asks them to improve quality and change menu periodically
Airlines should offer better quality food as well as change menus periodically, suggested a Parliamentary Standing Committee report
Authorities on Monday searched all incoming and departing trains at the busy New Delhi railway station after an anonymous caller warned a bomb would go off.
Delhi airport suspends operations twice after 'drone-like objects' spotted on runways, dozens of flights affected
Flight operations were suspended twice at the Indira Gandhi International Airport after "drone-like objects" were spotted on the runways on two different occasions.
Flight operations were suspended for over half-an-hour at the international airport here on Sunday after a "drone-like object" was spotted in one of the runways
J C Diwakar Reddy, who was banned by domestic airlines from flying owing to his alleged unruly behaviour, filed a petition in the Hyderabad High Court
An Air Asia flight's door was opened by a passenger before the aircraft landed in Ranchi airport and passenger responsible has been handed over to police.
Tata Sons also refuted Mistry's allegations of wrongdoing in the affairs of Air Asia India by R Venkataramanan, a trustee of Tata Trusts.
Responding to Mistry's allegations of the company attempting to "muzzle and interfere with legal proceedings", Tata Sons said it has "never resorted" to such tactics.