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IANS
Chicago, December 13, 2011
The United Arab Emirates-based airline has placed the order for 10 787-9 Dreamliners and two Boeing 777 Freighters in a deal worth $2.8 billion.


BT Online Bureau
December 9, 2011
The company had recently announced that it was returning two of its Airbus jets to Irish leasing company AerCap. Kushan Mitra takes a behind-the-scenes look on how aircraft leasing deals work.


Kushan Mitra
December 21, 2011
Sale and leasing of airplanes are in the spotlight. A guide to the complexities involved.


PTI
Mumbai, December 3, 2011
Air India says its subsidiary Alliance Air will operate additional flights on the Delhi-Goa-Delhi sector from December 22 to January 10, to meet the increased demand during the holiday season.


Kushan Mitra
December 9, 2011
Sales and leasing of airplanes are in the spotlight. A guide to the complexities involved.


Associated Press
Texas, November 29, 2011
AMR Corp and AMR Eagle Holding Corp said on Tuesday that they filed voluntary petitions to reorganize, saying it's in the best interest of the companies and its shareholders.


IANS
New Delhi, November 22, 2011
Air India chairman-cum-managing director Rohit Nandan has constituted a committee to look at ways to increase per flight yields in accordance with occupancy ratio.


Suman Layak and Geetanjali Shukla
November 21, 2011
In an exclusive interview fuelled by wine and cigars, Vijay Mallya puts up a spirited defence of Kingfisher Airlines and says two rivals are trying to ground him.


Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, November 17, 2011
The stock markets react positively to Vijay Mallya's stated serious intent and tough decisions to turn the fortunes of his crisis-hit Kingfisher Airlines by limiting its losses.


PTI
Dubai, November 14, 2011
The order, with a cumulative value of $18 billion, is the single-largest commercial airplane order in Boeing's history by dollar value.


IANS
New Delhi, November 3, 2011
The agreement would not only benefit frequent flyers to redeem points but also to companies whose executives travel frequently.


PTI
Dubai, October 19, 2011
IndiGo has begun flights from Mumbai to Muscat with the inaugural flight carrying President Aditya Ghosh on board accorded a water canon salute.


Geetanjali Shukla
October 14, 2011
Vijay Mallya shuts Kingfisher Red at a time when low-cost aviation is flying high. Its 15 single-cabin, no-frills aircraft would be converted into a mix of business and full-service economy class seats to become part of the airline's full-service fleet.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel and Kushan Mitra
September 20, 2011
Indigo features in BT's list of companies that hold great promise to emerge a market leader. Precision operations have helped the low cost airline poke a finger in its competition's eye.SPECIAL: India Inc's rising star companiesOthers in the list:Fortis | Glenmark | Lanco Infratech | Cafe Coffee Day | Nuclear Power Corporation | Axis Bank | iGate


Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, September 12, 2011
The airline is coming to India to hire an unspecified number of pilots from the 500 pilots it intends to take on board from across the world.


Sanjay Singh
August 24, 2011
A top industry official said that IndiGo's fares on international routes will be affordable but not necessarily be the lowest given the high airport costs, which they would have to bear while operating from the flashy and costlier Terminal T3 of IGI Airport.


PTI
Dubai, August 22, 2011
While round-trip Mumbai-Muscat-Mumbai flights will only commence from October 10, the carrier has already launched four flights a week between Muscat and Mumbai.


Geetanjali Shukla
August 16, 2011
IndiGo airlines will start flying overseas from September. To keep costs low, the airline will fly the same aircraft - 180 seats, same seat pitch as domestic, and no in-flight entertainment - on its international routes. Sound as its strategy and that of many other low-cost airlines is, in heading overseas, these airlines better have deep pockets to survive and thrive.


PTI
Dubai, August 3, 2011
The privatisation committee of Kuwait Airways said interested parties should submit an 'expression of interest' to participate in the bidding for 35 per cent of the airline.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, July 30, 2011
The cargo aircraft that the state-owned carrier operates are too big for domestic operations and too small for international operations. More than the deteriorating economic scenario, it is the lack of a critical distribution network, warehousing facilities, mismanagement and lack of other infrastructure that is driving away air cargo business from Air India.


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