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Apr 18, 2019
SpiceJet to induct six more Boeing 737 planes, launch 24 new flights connecting Mumbai and DelhiThe move comes close on the heels of the airline announcing expansion the fleet by 21 more planes-16 B737s and five turboprop Boombardier Q400s
Apr 12, 2019
SpiceJet shares zoom over 9% after airline announces plans to induct 16 Boeing 737-800 NG aircraftSpiceJet announcement comes at a time when airfares have been on an upswing across India for the last few weeks due to a sharp decline in the number of flights
Apr 05, 2019
DGCA starts farming out flight slots unused by Jet Airways to other carriers; lenders to push forward with rescue planJet Airways is currently operating a fleet of 26 planes, including 15 aircraft on domestic routes. Jet Airways had a fleet of around 119 planes
Mar 19, 2019
Etihad Airways refuses to infuse fresh funds into Jet Airways under current terms and conditions of resolution planIn an emergency meeting with State Bank of India (SBI) Chairman Rajnish Kumar on Monday, Etihad CEO Tony Douglas discussed the rescue plan for Jet Airways
Mar 14, 2019
DGCA may not bar Jet Airways from accepting advance bookings beyond a period amid massive flight cancellationsSources at Jet Airways clarified that DGCA is unlikely to bar Jet Airways from accepting advance bookings
Mar 12, 2019
Ethiopian Airlines crash: Will second Boeing 737 MAX 8 disaster lead to more aircraft groundings in India?While Jet Airways has already grounded its 5 aircraft based on instructions from lessors, the airline could be eligible for compensation from Boeing for the grounding.
Feb 28, 2019
Jet Airways likely to ground dozen more planes on non-payment to lessors, may trim its fleet by March-endJet Airways on Wednesday said seven aircraft were grounded due to non-payment of lease rentals.
Feb 13, 2019
GoAir's Cornelis Vrieswijk resigns nine just months after being appointed company CEO, cites 'personal matters'Budget carrier GoAir Wednesday said its chief executive Cornelis Vrieswijk has resigned from the post within nine months
Feb 06, 2019
GoAir pilots shut wrong engine of Delhi-Mumbai flight in 2017 after bird strike incident, shows DGCA probeWhile engine number 2 of the flight was affected due to a bird strike, the pilots on GoAir's Delhi-Mumbai flight decided to shut down engine number 1, stated a report from the Indian aviation watchdog DGCA on the incident that occurred on 21 June, 2017.
Jan 22, 2019
Domestic air passenger traffic grows 18.6% to around 13.90 cr during January-December 2018, reveals DGCA dataThe state-owned Air India flew 1.76 crore passengers, registering a growth 13.0 percent during January-December 2018 period.