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Jan 09, 2012
We follow safety procedures meticulously: IndiGoNo-frill carrier IndiGo today defended its safety performance following a rap by aviation regulator DGCA, saying safety was its key concern and it was maintained "meticulously".
Jan 07, 2012
After Kingfisher, AI Express, other carriers get DGCA rapAviation regulator DGCA found serious lapses on part of other carriers on major counts.
Dec 02, 2011
Kingfisher's sob story: Out of cash - and options?Kingfisher Airlines' run of bad luck continues as its creditors now want to see the colour of the money before they allow it to fly
Nov 19, 2011
Kingfisher loses market share slips to 3rd spot, trails IndiGoStruggling Kingfisher Airlines slipped in market share to the third position in October, from second in September, ceding ground to budget airline IndiGo, government data showed.
Nov 14, 2011
Kingfisher Airlines: the brand that never wasIn the case of airlines, the most fundamental needs are pricing and punctuality. The 'luxuries' such as great food, more comfortable seating and extra leg-room come into play only AFTER these two needs are met. Kingfisher has never been able to achieve the fundamentals.
Nov 12, 2011
Is Kingfisher worth saving? Or should it be a 'bali ka bakra'?Are Kingfisher's problems indicative of an industry-wide malaise that call for a national rescue or is it merely a failure of some business strategy?
Nov 10, 2011
Kingfisher woes: Mumbai to Delhi flight for Rs 12,000 and aboveThe common man now has to pay as much as Rs 23,000 for a one way Delhi-Mumbai flight due to fewer flights. Before cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines hit the latest airpocket the average economy fare for a Delhi-Mumbai flight was between Rs 6,000 and Rs 7,000.
Oct 28, 2011
Now, a Delhi-Kathmandu return flight for Rs 5,000Indigo will offer daily flight services between the two cities at a return fare of Rs 4,999 or (NPR Rs 8,063) (all inclusive).
Oct 24, 2011
Will foreign airlines invest if India's FDI rules are eased?Indeed, barring Indigo, India's largest low-cost carrier, and Spicejet, no other airline is earning money at the moment. So why would foreign airlines want to invest in India?
Oct 04, 2011
Indigo story: Flying low on cost is key to soaring high on profitWhile IndiGo is making merry, rivals are simply struggling to measure up.