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Jan 07, 2019
Domestic carriers inducted over 100 aircraft in 2018; passenger traffic clocks about 20% growth for past 4 yearsThe nine major Indian carriers together took deliveries of over 120 planes comprising both twin and single aisle as well as regional jets in the just-concluded year as against 88 planes inducted in 2017.
Jan 04, 2019
SpiceJet to launch 12 new non-stop flights, additional frequencies to connect metrosSpiceJet said it will deploy its regional jets Bombardier Q400s to cater to the new routes, thereby strengthening its network across the North and the South.
Dec 06, 2018
Air India move to cut losses: Expects Rs 3,000 cr savings in 6 years from migrating to single GDS platformFollowing Travelport, UK coming into the play, Air India removed its inventory from the Amedeus network on Tuesday
Aug 08, 2018
IndiGo offers flight tickets starting at Rs 981 to counter monsoon deals from rival GoAirThe IndiGo offer, which opened on 4 August and is valid till 9 August, 2018, is for travel between 12 August and 8 October 2018.
May 30, 2018
Flying budget carrier IndiGo to get costlier; airline levies Rs 400 surcharge on domestic fares to offset rising fuel pricesIndiGo does not expect the marginal increase in airfare to have any significant adverse impact on the air traffic demand
May 16, 2018
IndiGo to connect Hubli to Goa and Kochi from June in a bid to consolidate southern marketIndiGo will also operate additional flights between Hubli-Chennai, Hubli- Bengaluru and Hubli-Ahmedabad with Airbus A320, starting 1 July
Apr 27, 2018
Budget airline IndiGo's president Aditya Ghosh resigns; company appoints Rahul Bhatia as interim CEOIndiGo announces the appointment of Gregory Taylor (Greg) as a senior advisor reporting directly to interim CEO Rahul Bhatia.
Feb 06, 2017
IndiGo's security training centre licence suspended by BCAS for breach of trustThe Bureau of Civil Aviation Security's (BCAS) order, issued last week, bars the Gurgaon-based airline from conducting security training programme for its employees any further