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GoAir Offers Rs. 500 Off On Return Flights Booked Using HDFC Bank Cards

GoAir Offers Rs. 500 Off On Return Flights Booked Using HDFC Bank Cards

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.

Pratt & Whitney to replace engines in A320neo jets as turbofan glitches persist

Pratt & Whitney to replace engines in A320neo jets as turbofan glitches persist

Pratt & Whitney plans to reserve roughly 13% of this year’s production of its geared turbofan engines to replace faulty units as the manufacturer rushes to deal with a series of glitches.

Why have SpiceJet shares done better than IndiGo’s?

Why have SpiceJet shares done better than IndiGo’s?

After crash landing in 2016, airline stocks are taking off again. Since mid-February, shares of IndiGo parent InterGlobe Aviation Ltd, Jet Airways (India) Ltd and SpiceJet Ltd have risen between 28% and 68%. Interestingly

Higher ATF to affect airlines’ Q4 profitability

Higher ATF to affect airlines’ Q4 profitability

Our 1-month forward fare tracker for 11 routes shows a flattish fare trend over a seasonally weak Q4; average fares declined y-o-y/q-o-q.

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

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.

IndiGo sets 30,000 feet altitude limit for Airbus A320neo planes

IndiGo sets 30,000 feet altitude limit for Airbus A320neo planes

InterGlobe Aviation Ltd-run IndiGo and Go Airlines (India) Ltd-run GoAir, among to first to fly the new Airbus A320neo,

Shiv Sena MP Gaikwad may be put on Air India ‘no-fly’ list, FIA denies banning him

Shiv Sena MP Gaikwad may be put on Air India ‘no-fly’ list, FIA denies banning him

Senior Air India officials are meeting on Friday to decide how to blacklist Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad, who assaulted an Air India official at Delhi Airport, and create a no-fly list for unruly passengers.

Even as IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet keep stranglehold on 71% marketshare, domestic aviation grows 16% in February

Even as IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet keep stranglehold on 71% marketshare, domestic aviation grows 16% in February

The domestic aviation market grew 16% Y-o-Y in February with the domestic airlines carrying 8.7 million passengers, compared to 7.5 million a year ago during the same month

IndiGo appoints Cindy Szadokierski as VP airport operations

IndiGo appoints Cindy Szadokierski as VP airport operations

No-frills airline IndiGo today announced the appointment of Cindy Szadokierski as Vice President for airport operations and customer services.

IndiGo taps in expats as operations become large

IndiGo taps in expats as operations become large

With size of operations growing steadily, IndiGo is looking to tap into expat airline executives as it increasingly finds it difficult to hire skilled professionals at home. Over the last one year at least four executives from foreign major airlines have joined the airline in crucial positions.

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