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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, December 21, 2018
This agreement will enable both of these carriers to provide more flexibility of choice to their customers.


BusinessToday.In
June 13, 2018
Indigo, India's largest airline, both in terms of passengers carried and fleet size, is all set to add 16 new flights to its network. It will also start flying to Jorhat and Dhaka as indicated in the companies press release.


BusinessToday.In
April 30, 2018
The report adds that the recent appointees have been mostly hand-picked by maverick co-founder Rakesh Gangwal. Four of the following seven appointees have worked with United Airlines earlier in their careers, just like Gangwal.


PTI
New Delhi, October 21, 2015
The low-cost carrier has also offered an all-in-fares from as low as Rs 3,990 for the two new flights for a limited period with travel validity going up to February next year.


Manu Kaushik
August 18, 2015
Chairman Ajay Singh's hands-on approach has led to the gradual improvement in market share and financial performance in recent months. However, the challenges in front of SpiceJet are still daunting.


Manu Kaushik
January 10, 2015
GoAir's ability to make consistent profits has surprised many but the airline says it follows the proven low-cost carrier (LCC) model to a tee.


Manu Kaushik
November 26, 2014
While new airlines Air One and Vistara are expected to take off soon, the existing players are also ramping up their business class capacities in anticipation of latent demand.


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.


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.


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.


Kushan Mitra
November 13, 2008
IndiGo manages to avoid getting caught in the turbulence in the aviation industry.


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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