Business Today: Latest Business News, India economy News, Stock Markets, Sensex, Mutual Funds and Indian Tax
Loading...
Search

Total 337 results found. Search for [ Indigo revenue ]

Results 320 to 337 of 337
Lalatendu Mishra
New Delhi, November 30, 2011
The national carrier, which is currently running multiplepromotional fares, has introduced new advance purchase schemes (apex fares) towoo more passengers. The seven days and 14 days apex fares in the Delhi- Mumbai(one way) sector are roughly cheaper by over Rs 600 and Rs 2,300, respectively.


SPS Pannu and Sanjay Singh
November 25, 2011
Ratan Tata's successor faces stiff task of revving up the flagship brands currently reeling under intense competition and global downturn


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.


IANS
Bangalore, September 28, 2011
\"Yes, we are doing away with Kingfisher Red. We don't intend to compete in the low-cost segment. But all is not gloom and doom,\" Mallya said at a press conference in Bangalore.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
September 15, 2011
BT's quest to seek out companies which are not market leaders yet, but which are big, growing fast and hold great promise. The logic behind the selection was simple: a company with higher revenue has a better chance of emerging a giant.


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.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, February 22, 2011
Internal bickering among Air India's top brass is threatening to unravel the financial turnaround plan put in place to help the ailing national carrier to step out of the red.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, December 27, 2010
InterGlobe Enterprise, that runs IndiGo, is also the holding company for InterGlobe Technologies (IGT), the firm selected by AI last year for handling its call centre service.


Kamya Jaiswal
July 5, 2009
It was sheer chance that led Rajeev Samant to work his father’s land. Several profitless crops later, he opted for winemaking, and a heady business, Sula Wines, was born.


Sushmita Choudhury
February 7, 2008
Unable to raise the base fare in the face of increasing competition, airlines are introducing a slew of surcharges that are rarely reflected in the advertised fare.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
June 22, 2010
Despite some marquee projects in the big cities, airports still stand for poor infrastructure. And that is changing far too slowly.


Kushan Mitra
June 22, 2010
Most of India's smaller cities remain on the fringes of the aviation boom. Regional airlines have been non-starters in India, unlike in Europe, the United States and even China.


Kushan Mitra and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
June 22, 2010
With a tight rein on costs, low cost airlines IndiGo and SpiceJet show their full service rivals how to make money in the airline business. Is this model sustainable?


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2009
Our fifth annual listing of companies that are hip and happening. This listing is not an “objective” one made by researchers poring over data.


www.businesstoday.in
November 27, 2008
Can the ‘King of Good Times’ survive the turbulence in the current aviation downturn? In an exclusive interview that started well past midnight and continued for over two hours at his residence on Delhi’s tony Sardar Patel Marg, Mallya shed light on what has been dragging Kingfisher down and how he will get the airline flying high again.


www.businesstoday.in
July 23, 2008
Starring Rod Wallace, MD, Porsche India; SpiceJet’s former Executive Chairman Siddhanta Sharma; Contract Advertising’s Ravi Deshpande; Aditya Birla Group’s Sumant Sinha; Sun Microsystems India’s Anil Valluri and Dr Reddy’s Laboratories’ Kallam Anji Reddy.


Kushan Mitra
June 11, 2008
The civil aviation industry in India is neck-deep in trouble. India’s airlines lost Rs 4,000 crore last year and may lose more this year. A couple of airlines may even go under. How did fortunes suddenly turn in an industry that was witnessing 20 per cent passenger growth till as recently as six months ago? Kushan Mitra finds out. Tax cuts may give respite to aviation sector: PatelPricing tickets below costs should stop: Goyal


Shamni Pande
November 27, 2007
Much before Orkut and Facebook made social networking au courant, Sulekha.com— at the height of the dot.bust in 2001—launched its practical and selective online community that worked on a need-based, pull model in the US.


PAGES 17 OF 17  1617