While 99.95 percent refunds have been processed, the pending credit shells are mostly cash transactions wherein bank details of customers are awaited
While action was taken against the AirAsia passengers for refusing to wear PPE gowns, IndiGo handed over two passengers of its two different flights to security officials for refusing to wear masks
The terminal will cater to all domestic flight operations of Go Air, Star Air, Air Asia and Trujet. Furthermore, select flights of IndiGo with subset series 6E 5500 – 6E 5900, will operate to and from T1
In a Japanese village ravaged by tsunami and nuclear disaster, two farmers grow indigo to rebuild community and heal
For one of these farmers, growing and dyeing indigo has become a tool for fighting unfounded rumours that products from Fukushima are still contaminated.
'The passenger who had the medical emergency could not be revived and was declared dead on arrival in Karachi by the airport medical team,' read the statement issued by IndiGo
Both IndiGo and Spicejet have said that the sale that opened on 13 January, will remain in place till 17 January and will be valid for air travel from 1 April to 30 September.
The airline said it has already processed nearly Rs 1,000 crore of refunds, which is approximately 90 percent of the total amount it owed customers
Customers can either opt for home visit or visit the lab, as per the press release. The service is also available in UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia
Currently, airlines in India are allowed to operate a maximum 60 percent of their pre-COVID-19 weekly domestic flights
Kangana Ranaut flight fiasco: DGCA warns airlines against allowing photography; two-week suspension for violations
The order said if any incident of photography takes place inside any flight, that scheduled flight will be suspended and will be restored only after the airline has taken punitive action against those responsible
The DGCA has sought an report from the airline after videos showed mediapersons standing too close to each other in its Chandigarh-Mumbai flight (6E264) on Wednesday
The remarks have come days after private carrier IndiGo said it would lay off 10 percent of its workforce due to COVID-19-induced economic crisis
IndiGo to lay off 10% of workforce as COVID-19 hits business; affected employees to get notice, severance pay
Over 2,300 employees will lose their jobs even as IndiGo continues to fly a small percentage of its full fleet of 250 airplanes in view of the coronavirus pandemic
Strong winds cause Spicejet ladder to crash into parked IndiGo aircraft at Mumbai airport; right wing, engine cowling damaged
An IndiGo aircraft was hit by a SpiceJet ladder due to strong winds at Mumbai Airport on Saturday morning leading to some damage to wings and engine cowling
COVID-19 Impact: DGCA extends deadline for IndiGo, GoAir to replace unmodified PW engines to 31 August
Indian aviation regulator, DGCA, on Monday extended the deadline for IndiGo and GoAir to replace all the 60 unmodified Pratt and Whitney (PW) engines on their A320neo planes from 31 May to 31 August, as supply chain has been impacted due to the coronavirus-induced lockdown
Delhi-Pune, Mumbai-Patna, Ahmedabad-Delhi among first flights to take off as domestic air services resume after two months
Indian skies will open up for domestic passenger services from Monday after a gap of two months, with Delhi-Pune and Mumbai-Patna flights being among the first to take off, aviation industry sources said
Airline stocks gain after govt announces resumption of domestic flight services 25 May; IndiGo surges over 7%
Aviation stocks gained after the government announced that domestic airline operations will resume on 25 May.
Aviation stocks rally up to 10% after govt announces domestic passenger flights to resume from Monday
Aviation stocks on Thursday rallied up to 10 percent in opening trade after the government announced that domestic passenger flight services will resume from 25 May in a calibrated manner
Coronavirus pandemic likely to hit 29 lakh jobs in Indian aviation, dependent sectors; Rs 85,000-cr revenue loss : IATA
The coronavirus pandemic is expected to impact more than 29 lakh jobs in the Indian aviation and dependent industries, global airlines' grouping IATA said on Friday
IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta told employees on Thursday that the airline has decided to roll back the pay cuts, which were announced earlier for senior staff members, for the month of April in deference to the "government's wishes"