As competition among airlines operating in the Indian market gains momentum, GoAir is offering a Rs. 500 off on returns flights on bookings made using HDFC Bank cards under a limited-period scheme.
Perhaps no other issue unites India as quickly as wrath against political masters. Shiv Sena parliamentarian Ravindra Gaikwad must never have thought his abrasive show of power would unite the aviation community in an unprecedented manner.
The government is doing “detailed review” of the snags faced by Pratt & Whitney engines that power Airbus 320 neo planes operated by IndiGo and GoAir.
Domestic airlines grouped in the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) are preparing to oppose Qatar Airways’ proposed launch of an airline in India even before it applies for a licence to do so.
India’s GoAir (G8, Mumbai Int’l) is once again preparing for an initial public offering (IPO) on the Mumbai stock exchange, reports Live Mint.
Recent press reports indicate that GoAir would like to strike when the iron is hot – the company is readying plans to go public and may want to ride the Buffett wave.
Unfazed by the slowdown in West Asia, Indian carriers are expanding their network in the region.
As investors turn positive on the aviation sector, Budget airline GoAir is preparing for an initial public offering (IPO), says Livemint in a report .
In yet another instance of the snag-ridden Pratt & Whitney (PW) engines on Airbus A-320 new engine option (Neo) aircraft developing fault, one of these planes was grounded at Delhi Airport on Friday.
Fugitive liquor baron Vijay Mallya has blamed Pratt & Whitney (PW) faulty engines as the reason behind the collapse of Kingfisher Airlines.