India’s domestic air passenger traffic zoomed up by 25.13 per cent during last month to 95.79 lakh, official data showed on Friday.
Indian carriers are likely to report combined lossess to the tune of $250-300 million according to a report by aviation consultancy Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA).
Aviation industry risks a capacity crunch as an expansion in landing slots and terminals fails to keep pace with the number of jets entering the market
Adding a bit more glamour quotient in the uniform of its cabin crew, budget carrier SpiceJetBSE -1.00 % today launched all-new ensemble for its staff while largely retaining its signature red colour
Coming to the aid of domestic budget flyers, the aviation ministry has directed Delhi International Airport Pvt Ltd (DIAL) to take immediate steps for decongesting the choked terminal 1.
The 4 day sale launched today will be open till midnight, 4th February, 2017 whereas the travel period covered is from 19th February 2017 to 12th April 2017.
SpiceJet chairman and managing director Ajay Singh said on Monday that it would make “some sense” for low-cost airline IndiGo to shift its domestic operations to Terminal-2 (T2) of the Delhi airport.
It was a clean sweep for SpiceJet at the Asia One Awards in Singapore as it walked away with top recognition in three prime categories
With the aviation regulator DGCA reviewing airlines’ on-time performance (OTP) mechanism at four airports, budget carrier SpiceJetBSE 1.97 % today called for applying same rules for all players and making the system more efficient
IndiGo has turned down the Delhi airport’s proposal to split its domestic flights between the choked Terminal 1D and Terminal 2, which will soon be made operational.