SpiceJet to hire up to 2,000 Jet Airways staff, says chairman Ajay Singh; focus to remain on narrow-body fleet
SpiceJet plans to hire up to 2,000 staff, including pilots and cabin crew, of the defunct Jet Airways as the no-frills carrier continues to expand its operations
IndiGo's co-founder Rakesh Gangwal not intent on taking control of company, says CEO
IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir have been rushing to fill the vacuum left by the collapse of Jet Airways, once India’s largest carrier, and gain control of its valuable slots.
Jet Airways will fly again if SBI is serious about getting a bidder, say pilots; hint at conspiracy to keep airline grounded
Jet Airways pilots revealed why they continued to nurture hope and refuse to look for a job elsewhere even as their future with the airline is uncertain
Government to allocate 440 vacant cash-strapped Jet Airways slots on interim basis to other airlines
The 440 slots vacated by Jet Airways at Delhi and Mumbai airports would be allocated to other airlines on an interim basis through a "rational, fair and equitable" manner.
Will take all steps to enhance security, Boeing assures hours after probe into Ethiopia crash reveals flight's sensor had sent faulty data
The statement came hours after Ethiopian investigators said the pilots of a doomed Boeing 737 MAX 8 had repeatedly followed Boeing's recommended procedures prior to crashing on 10 March.
Kin of Ethiopian Airlines crash victim file lawsuit against Boeing in US federal court
A lawsuit against Boeing Co was filed in US federal court on Thursday in what appeared to be the first suit over a 10 March Ethiopian Airlines 737 MAX crash that killed 157 people
Boeing has finally unveiled a 737 MAX software fix following the fatal crashes
Boeing has worked out the software fix on the 737 MAX to prevent future malfunctions.
Boeing suspends deliveries of fastest-selling Max 737 jets but continues production of aircraft
Each month of the grounding could cost Boeing around $1.8 billion to $2.5 billion in delayed revenue, according to analyst estimates, although that could be recouped once the ban is lifted and the planes are delivered.
Jet Airways grounds 4 more planes due to non-payment of lease rentals; 32 aircraft taken out of operations so far
Jet Airways on Tuesday said it has grounded another four of its aircraft due to non-payment of lease rentals
Air India says Happy Women's Day with all-women crew on 12 international and 40 domestic flights
Air India will be deploying its B787 Dreamliners and B777s aircraft to operate the flights
Jet Airways grounds 2 more planes, total 23 out of operations due to non-payment to lessors
With the grounding of two more planes, almost 20% of aircraft in Jet Airways' fleet are now out of operations
India-Pakistan air strikes: Airlines suspend services to five airports due to airspace restrictions
Some of the flights en route to Jammu, Leh and Srinagar airports have been diverted to their origin stations
Aero India 2019: India seeks tie-ups to make aircraft locally; to invest $65 bn to construct 100 more airports: Suresh Prabhu
Prabhu said the civil aviation ministry has come out with 'Vision 2040' and to realise it, India would require 2,300 new aircraft.
SBI to convert loans given to Jet Airways into equity: Those who forget history are condemned to repeat it
What SBI is doing is counterintuitive—it is plunging headlong into a crisis-ridden company.
Govt working on domestic production of aircraft, to join hands with major global players: Suresh Prabhu
Prabhu warned that if MRO work is not carried out in the country then the government will be loosing out lot of money, besides job opportunities.
SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket blasts off; delivers 10 satellites to low-Earth orbit
All 10 newly launched satellites are communicated with Iridium’s network operations centre.
IL&FS crisis: Uday Kotak-led board deserves praise for quick action without going in for expensive bailout
Uday Kotak has said that IL&FS has to be rehabilitated through the sale of verticals or assets or through a combination of both.
Rules of in-flight mobile connectivity to be notified soon; awaiting law ministry's nod: Telecom minister Manoj Sinha
Telecom Ministry is currently awaiting the views of Law Ministry on in-flight connectivity rules and is hopeful of notifying the norms soon thereafter, Manoj Sinha said.
Web check-ins: IndiGo should rise above pettiness, quibbling; bad times for aviation should not be reason for knee-jerk reaction
Why should a flier pay for web check-in when the truth is he is doing a favour to the airline by sparing its overburdened staff at the airport counters of this work?
Mid-air collision averted between two IndiGo planes at India-Bangladesh airspace border
Two IndiGo planes came too close for comfort before averting a mid-air collision at the border airspace of India and Bangladesh.