Downfall of Jet Airways: How Naresh Goyal’s airline walked into a trap of its own making from where there was no return
The Naresh Goyal-founded airline had an almost unhindered flight till 2003-4 until Air Deccan came to the scene
DGCA bars A320 Neo planes to Port Blair: Aviation regulator should pay attention to skyrocketing prices of food, beverages at airports, too
Passengers must have a choice of affordable food, especially when they are required to fly at odd hours or spend time at airports to catch connecting flights.
Aviation Ministry to put forth stringent directives for Airbus 320 (Neo) Pratt & Whitney engine operators
Last year, 11 Airbus 320 (Neo) PW fitted planes were grounded by IndiGo and GoAir.
Airlines reported 1,000 technical snags in 2017; half of them by Air India, Jayant Sinha tells Parliament
Domestic carriers reported a total of 1,000 technical snags in 2017 with the Air India accounting for more than half of the glitches, according to data shared by the government in Parliament on Thursday.
Wait-listed Rajdhani passengers may get to fly Air India: Why was this sensible idea given short shrift?
Airlines and railways have tried the scheme and failed to make it work. And there has not been any effort to finetune it. Now the officials should first find out what went wrong earlier and fix it
A GoAir plane carrying 168 passengers from Mumbai on Friday hit an aerobridge after landing at Chennai airport damaging a portion close to its front door
A newspaper wrongly reported that Naresh Goyal had pledged his entire stake in jet to Punjab National Bank. But his ownership of the airline is anyway steadily slipping from his grasp.
During the Diwali week, passengers travelling on the Air India network actually faced much difficulty as many flights got delayed - some beyond two hours - or were clubbed with other flights.
While the domestic airlines have formed a platform and lobby jointly whenever some decision or policy goes against their interests, the cockpit crew members in the country do not have any such platform, a pilot said on condition of anonymity.
Low-cost carrier Go Air would seek international traffic rights from the Civil Aviation Ministry for flying to foreign destinations, a top official of the airline said.
Thanks to fare cuts, Air India roared back in September, beating Jet marginally. Is this a one-month wonder?
CAPA says IndiGo made its best profit ever in the June quarter. GoAir is also doing fine, but Jet is under the weather and Kingfisher is about to go kaput
The full services carriers have got their business models and cost structures all wrong. Here's why they are floundering.