In 1967, the airline commissioned the world famous surrealist artist to design an ashtray for them which was to be given to a select group of first-class passengers
An airlines spokesperson said that another aircraft VT-JRT from Kolkata was being made available as an alternative to ferry the passengers to Mumbai
AirAsia India sacks pilot Gaurav Taneja after his video alleging violations of safety regulations; DGCA issues notice to airline
On Sunday, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) sent a show cause notice to an AirAsia India executive over the allegations made by Taneja.
No-frills airline AirAsia India on Monday said it is offering 50,000 seats without charging base fare to the doctor community who, along with other frontline workers, are working to save lives amid the coronavirus pandemic
After flip-flops, IndiGo Airlines clarifies pay cut up to 25% for senior employees will be for entire 2020-21
IndiGo Airline had on Friday announced pay cut ranging between 5 and 25 percent, in addition to its leave-without-pay programme for May, June and July, for senior employees
Coronavirus Outbreak: AirAsia India cuts staff salaries by up to 20% for April to tackle airline’s finances
AirAsia India has cut the April salary of its staff by up to 20 percent to tackle the airline’s finances amid the suspension of all commercial services till 3 May due to the lockdown, a source has said
Coronavirus Outbreak: DGCA issues guidelines for aircraft storage, their return to service post-lockdown period
Cargo flights, offshore helicopter operations, medical evacuation flights and special flights permitted by the DGCA are allowed to operate during this lockdown.
Domestic air passenger traffic up by 8.98% in February on rising demand; AirAsia India tops in on-time performance: DGCA
Domestic air passenger traffic in February increased by 8.98 percent to 12.36 million as compared to the same period last year, according to data released on Wednesday by aviation regulator DGCA
Tata Group likely to bid for Air India in partnership with Singapore Airlines; eyes merger of Air India Express, Air Asia India
While Air India's net loss in 2018-19 was around Rs 8,556 crore, its current total debt is around Rs 80,000 crore.
The domestic air passenger traffic in December 2019 increased by 2.56 percent to 1.30 crore compared to the same month in 2018, according to data released by the DGCA on Monday.
Vistara starts phasing out nine Boeing 737 planes; airline begins induction of latest batch of A320 neos in fleet
Vistara had placed orders for 50 aircraft, comprising both A320 Neos and A321 Neos for domestic as well as short and medium-haul international operations with deliveries between 2019-2023.
Domestic air passenger traffic growth at 11.2% in November after growing to single digit number till October: DGCA
The 12 domestic carriers, including full-service carriers Air India and Vistara and budget carriers Indigo, Spicejet, GoAir and AirAsia India together have flown 11.6 million passengers in November.
The Supreme Court Thursday sought a response from R Venkataramanan, a former managing trustee of Tata Trusts, on an appeal of Shapoorji Pallonji Group challenging the quashing of its defamation case against him
Jet Airways crisis: SBI-led consortium gives up revival bid, votes for bankruptcy court to recover Rs 8,000 cr dues
The Etihad-Hinduja consortium had reportedly shown interest in Jet Airways but not given a concrete proposal yet, forcing the lenders to take the NCLT plunge
AirAsia to launch Mumbai-Kolkata daily flight from 15 April; flight to strengthen airline's operations in the East
AirAsia India will now fly connecting Kolkata and Mumbai, with one daily flight, effective 15 April, the airline said in a release Friday
AirAsia's seven day offer commences from 18 February for travel between 25 February and 31 July
Indian airline sector to shrink losses by two-thirds next year; domestic air traffic to rise by 14-16%: Report
Domestic air traffic is forecast to rise by 14 to 16 percent in financial year 2020 with international traffic set to be 10 to 12 percent higher as the Indian fleet expands by more than 90 aircraft.
AirAsia India seeks permission from civil aviation ministry to start overseas flights; plans to target Southeast Asian countries
The report added that AirAsia India's application will be considered by the group of ministers (GoM) headed by the finance minister
Sanjay Kumar will be responsible for commercial operations and shaping next phase growth at AirAsia India
Tatas in pursuit of controlling stake in debt-laden Jet Airways; aim to move from fringe player to centre stage
Buying Jet Airways, with its fleet of 124 aircraft, would return Tata to the forefront of Indian aviation in terms of size, almost 70 years after its first airline was nationalized, and six years after it re-entered the market with two joint ventures.