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Pakistan, currently in the throes of a major economic crisis, is grappling with high external debt, a weak local currency and dwindling foreign exchange reserves. Analysts believe the country is at risk of default.
The government should ensure that there is no collusion between the airlines while setting prices and that there is no price gouging
The recommendations have been made by the Department -related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Transport, Tourism and Culture in its report on the ministry's demand for grants for 2023-24. The report was tabled in Parliament on Monday.
DGCA initiates enforcement actions against organisation/ personnel in case violations are found, which may include warning, suspension, and cancellation, including the imposition of financial penalty
The market starts thinning beyond the metros, an indicator of how skewed it is.
Lufthansa and its airline peers are having “fun” making money at customers’ expense
Investors wrongfooted by relentless demand for travel as carriers' shares stage sharp recovery.
The Air Line Pilots Association (ALPA), which represents Delta's pilots, said on Wednesday that 78% of the carrier's pilots voted in favor of the contract.
Air India has "enormous" potential and efforts are being done to make the group a significant international player.
A total of 1,327 flights within, into and out of the United States were canceled by 12:30 p.m. ET, according to flight-tracking website FlightAware, which also showed 2,030 flights were delayed.
The airline has promised to reimburse its vendors once it receives a Rs 210-crore handout from the government by the end of the month.
SpiceJet may not have a refund issue brewing as it usually processes refunds to passengers and travel agents, it clearly has a customer service problem.
IndiGo is set to add new destinations to Europe via Istanbul. After commencing flights to 27 destinations across Europe via Istanbul, airline major IndiGo will add 3 new destinations to the continent. These destinations will be based out of Spain, said Vinay Malhotra, Head of Global sales, IndiGo. Watch!
The operational environment being witnessed now is distinct from the past when one airline or the other invariably accorded precedence to its quest for enhancing market share at the expense of profitability
In its latest move to lift Air India off the ground, the Tata Group last week signed agreements for two orders for around 470 aircraft with both Boeing and Airbus as it moves towards restoring the glory days of the airline.
As per the deal, Air India will purchase 190 narrow-body 737 MAX jets and 30 widebodies -- 20 of the Boeing 787, and 10 Boeing 777Xs.
Air India will get 250 Airbus planes -- 210 single-aisle A320neos and 40 widebody A350s. It plans to get 220 Boeing aircraft, -- 190 of its 737 MAX narrowbody jets, 20 787 wide-bodies and 10 777Xs.
The group plans to focus on three profit centres: airlines, aviation services, loyalty programme and travel services.
The total commercial Indian fleet of around 700 aircraft is smaller than some of the world's largest individual airlines, CAPA said, adding that given the immense potential that exists, it stands to reason that there is a need to induct more aircraft.
IndiGo aims to use 30 percent of its capacity for international operations in 2023-24
The survey said that the Indian civil aviation market has great potential due to the growing demand from the middle class, growth in population and tourism
After virtually flagging off regional airline IndiaOne Air's flight from Jamshedpur to Kolkata, Scindia said it will also be the first scheduled commercial air service from Jamshedpur, which earlier was limited to non-scheduled operations.
Low-cost carrier Southwest earlier this month faced U.S. government backlash for canceling 16,700 flights over the holidays as it grappled with bad weather and outdated technology.
Go First has as a token of the apology offered one free ticket to each affected passenger to avail in domestic routes, valid for the next one year.
A copy of the letter was sent to the Minister of Civil Aviation, Jyotiraditya Scindia, aviation secretary Rajiv Bansal, Air India CEO Campbell Wilson and Air India COO Captain RS Sandhu