Coronavirus Outbreak: DGCA issues guidelines for aircraft storage, their return to service post-lockdown period
Cargo flights, offshore helicopter operations, medical evacuation flights and special flights permitted by the DGCA are allowed to operate during this lockdown.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Air Deccan ceases operations, all employees put on sabbatical without pay; management to hold meeting next week
While other airlines have introduced various cost cutting measures such as laying off pilots, leave without pay and salary cuts, Air Deccan is the first casualty of the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Outbreak: British Airways puts about 28,000 employees on furlough; to give 80% of their usual salary
The assistance to the British Airways' staff may also include funding by the UK government up to $3,095 a month under a national plan, the report said.
Railways, airlines resume bookings for travels from 15 April, claims report as Centre refutes extension of lockdown for COVID-19
Indian Railways and private airlines have started ticket bookings for travels from 15 April onwards, when the 21-day lockdown due to coronavirus announced by the Central Government ends
SpiceJet employees entitled for flying allowance to get salaries in two parts; lowest pay grades to be unaffected by pay cut decision
According to a senior official in SpiceJet, there were some employees who had got just a few thousand rupees in their bank accounts from the company as salary till now.
Coronavirus Outbreak: SpiceJet to cut up to 30% salary of employees in March; lowest pay grade staff to remain unaffected
Budget carrier SpiceJet has decided to cut up to 30 percent salary of its employees in March with Chairman Ajay Singh opting for the highest 30 percent trimming in compensation, the airline said in an e-mail communication to the staff on Tuesday
SpiceJet temporarily suspends most international flights till April-end amid coronavirus pandemic scare
SpiceJet's Kolkata-Dhaka flight would continue to operate as per schedule.
Domestic air passenger traffic up by 8.98% in February on rising demand; AirAsia India tops in on-time performance: DGCA
Domestic air passenger traffic in February increased by 8.98 percent to 12.36 million as compared to the same period last year, according to data released on Wednesday by aviation regulator DGCA
Airlines expected to outlive COVID-19 pandemic scare with resized business; govt support vital to see through turbulence
Globally, airlines have focused on becoming bigger to ensure their customers don’t have to look elsewhere for their travel needs.
Airline shares tumble up to 14% amid ongoing travel restrictions; IndiGo hits 52-week low, SpiceJet down 10%
Hundreds of cancelled flights, decline in daily ticket bookings, fall in footfalls at airport shops and spike in expenses continue to rattle the country's aviation space.
Coronavirus outbreak: Airlines stare at uncertainty this quarter; situation likely to improve in next 3 months
Lower oil prices and possibility of a spurt in domestic passenger traffic due to international travel restrictions would benefit the domestic airline industry.
SpiceJet launches four-day Spring Season Sale; domestic fare starts at Rs 987, offer to close on 15 March
SpiceJet said that the discount would be applicable on one-way fares only and the offer is applicable for non-stop flights only.
Airline shares tumble as global travel restrictions hit investor sentiment; SpiceJet slumps over 18% in early trade
Shares of IndiGo, SpiceJet and the defunct Jet Airways were deep in the red in the morning trade, with SpiceJet slumping over 18 percent.
IndiGo panel reduces Kunal Kamra's ban period from 6 to 3 months; not regretful, says stand-up comedian
Stand up comedian Kunal Kamra on Thursday said he was neither sorry nor regretful of his actions, hours after IndiGo's internal panel decided to reduce the flying ban to three months.
DGCA agrees to look into stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra's representation claiming airlines violated Civil Aviation Requirements
The Delhi High Court on Thursday was informed by aviation regulator DGCA that it will look into stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra's representation against the airlines which banned him from flying.
Delhi HC says DGCA should not have let airlines apart from Indigo ban Kunal Kamra from flying without proper inquiry
The Delhi High Court on Tuesday said aviation regulator DGCA ought not to have certified action of airlines other than Indigo, which imposed an indefinite flying ban without an inquiry on stand-up comedian Kunal Kamra
SpiceJet to launch 20 new flights on domestic routes from next month; airline's fleet strength under RCS scheme jumps to 52
SpiceJet said it will also enhance its operations with additional frequencies on the Mumbai-Bagdogra and Mumbai-Chennai routes with the addition of a second and fifth flight, respectively.
Ticket prices: Antitrust investigators find no evidence of collusion by IndiGo, SpiceJet, other rival carriers; CCI yet to make final ruling
Budget airline IndiGo, the country’s biggest carrier, said in a statement “the case is without merit” and added that it has been cooperating with the investigation.
Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday posted a net profit of Rs 73.2 crore for the three months ended December
Delhi Metro services begin at 4 am in view of Assembly polls; SpiceJet offers 'free' tickets to flyers travelling to National Capital to cast vote
This year, election in the 70-member Delhi Assembly will see a triangular contest between the Aam Aadmi Party, Bharatiya Janata Party and the Congress. The ruling AAP is set to make a determined bid to retain power while, the BJP seeks a win after facing defeat in the 2013 and 2015 polls.