DGCA cuts back SpiceJet’s schedule

DGCA cuts back SpiceJet’s schedule

The Indian Civil Aviation watchdog, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), on Wednesday asked Delhi-based low-cost airline SpiceJet to restrict to “50 percent the number of departures approved under Summer Schedule 2022 for a period of eight weeks.” The...
Problems at India’s LCCs

Problems at India’s LCCs

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...