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Mail Today Bureau
Mumbai, May 7, 2014
Leading low-cost carrier IndiGo on Tuesday announced discount of up to 25 per cent for a family of four or a maximum of nine passengers travelling together on the same flight. The offer, effective immediately, does not have a validity period.


Praveen Menon
Dubai, May 5, 2014
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker said he was interested in taking a stake in India's IndiGo airline and that Qatar Airways may look into buying additional Airbus A380 planes in the future.


Manisha Singhal
November 7, 2013
Kapil Kaul, CEO of aviation consultancy CAPA (India and the Middle East), says post 2014/15, the industry will see a better operating environment and will return to sustainable growth. Here are five reasons why things could get better starting next year.


BT Online Bureau
Mumbai, October 18, 2013
On reports that the budget carrier is in talks with Qatar Airways for a stake sale, shares of the company surged 7.26 per cent intra-day before ending the day at Rs 21.35, up 3.39 per cent.


K R Balasubramanyam
May 10, 2013
Etihad's investment is the lifeline that may help Jet Airlines deal with a debt burden of more than Rs 13,000 crore. For Etihad, the deal doesn't just give the Gulf carrier a foothold in one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets. It also helps the airline build the sheikhdom into an intercontinental transfer hub.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, January 26, 2013
Airlines have started offering hefty discounts of up to 30 per cent on select international routes on advance purchase of tickets from various Indian destinations as the lean season has set in and is expected to continue till April end.


Team BT
September 28, 2012
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh may succeed in reviving business sentiment with his recent announcements but moving the needle on the economy will take a lot more doing.


Geetanjali Shukla
September 14, 2012
Though the government has allowed foreign airlines to buy up to 49 per cent stake in Indian airlines, the debt-burdened airline may find it difficult to get a suitor.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 8, 2008
Kingfisher and Deccan are like chalk and cheese, with different operating philosophies and different target segments. The two airlines have different business models and cater to different passenger segments. What, then, is the rationale behind their merger? Kingfisher in Europe & US, Deccan in Asia: Mallya Kingfisher to fly abroad this year: PatelWind under their wingsBeyond the horizon


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