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Government owes Air India Rs 1,000 crore for VVIP charter flights

The government owes over Rs 1,000 crore as of November 30 to debt-laden national carrier Air India for VVIP

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Meghalaya High Court wants IndiGo and SpiceJet to fly to Shillong. Airlines petition Supreme Court against order

Low-cost airlines IndiGo and SpiceJet have petitioned the Supreme Court, challenging an ultimatum by the Meghalya High Court directing

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US fund Castlelake to buy planes from AirAsia in $800 million deal

US private investment firm Castlelake LP has struck a deal to buy a portfolio of about 30 narrowbody planes

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Be prepared for Jet Airways version 5.0

While Jet Airways is undergoing tough times, one thing I got to hand to them is the fact that

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Book tickets for Maharajas’ Express, get 17% discount on Air India flights

Passengers booking tickets for the railways' luxury train, Maharajas' Express, can now avail 17 per cent discount on Air

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SpiceJet now flies to 50 destinations in India

Low-cost carrier SpiceJet announced 18 new direct domestic flights on Tuesday, adding Bhopal as its 50th domestic destination. The

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Troubled carrier AirAsia India’s Q3 loss widens on higher fuel cost

Low-cost carrier AirAsia India on Thursday said net operating loss widened to Rs 290 crore in the third-quarter, hurt

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Government plans to complete sale of Air India subsidiary AIATSL by March

The government plans to complete the sale of Air India ground handling subsidiary AIATSL by March 2019, an official

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India, Russia finalise $500 million deal for construction of 2 warships for Indian Navy

India and Russia on Tuesday signed a $500 million deal for construction of two warships in Goa for the

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Timing of Air India stake sale was not right, says Suresh Prabhu

Admitting that initiating the stake sale process of Air India was not right, Suresh Prabhu, Union Minister for Commerce

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