Two Indian private carriers IndiGo, the largest with an over 50 percent market share, and SpiceJet, which has been facing financial troubles are back in the news. IndiGo was recently in the news when on July 2, its management was caught unaware as employees went on...
India’s newest no-frills carrier, Akasa Air, which signed up for 72 Boeing 737 MAX at the Dubai Airshow last year and intends to launch operations shortly, today cleared a very important milestone towards the launch of their operations. The Indian aviation...
Indian no-frill carrier, SpiceJet, which operates a fleet of Boeing 737 and Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, has heard from the Indian aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), and it is not all good news. After eight malfunction incidents in the...
India’s Go First Airways (previously GoAir) is finally planning to list on the stock exchange through an initial public offering (IPO) in July, as air travel recovers from the pandemic. Go First Airways had earlier filed their offer document with the stock...
The opening day of the Singapore Airshow 2022 has started to see dealmaking at Asia’s premier Airshow. Alliance Air, which till about a fortnight ago was operating as a subsidiary of Air India and has been retained by the government of India, has signed up for a...
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