Indian airlines are expanding their footprint globally. The full-service airline, Vistara, which is a joint venture between Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons, has announced a more than 100 percent increase in frequencies to and from Frankfurt and Paris to Delhi. This...
Delhi-based low-cost airline IndiGo introduced a new revolutionary Three Point Disembarkation process on Wednesday which will enable its customers to exit the aircraft faster than before. The new disembarkation process will be carried out from two forward and one rear...
Despite reporting its strongest revenue performance in the first quarter of fiscal 2023, resulting in the highest ever quarterly earnings of Rs 130.2 billion ($1.64 billion), Delhi-based low-cost airline, IndiGo, reported a net loss of Rs 10,643 million ($ 134343...
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...
Both foreign and Indian airlines operating to and from India are expanding their services. On June 4, Vietjet Air inaugurated the first flight connecting India’s business capital Mumbai in the western state of Maharashtra with Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh city. India sees...
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