A US court has rejected a plea by the Delta Airlines to vacate the US Export-Import Bank's support for the sale of 30 Boeing wide-body jets to Air India.
Naresh Goyal-led Jet Airways is learnt to have amended the complex shareholders agreement with Etihad following concerns raised by market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI).
Air carriers have embarked on anaggressive hiring strategy with plans to add over 5,000 jobs this year, as they get ready for the entry of a new player and look to operate larger number of flights in coming months.
Air carriers have embarked on anaggressive hiring strategy with plans to add over 5,000 jobs this year, industry officials have said.
The Prime Minister's Office has sought clarifications from ministries concerned, including commerce and industry, on the proposed Rs. 2,058 crore Jet-Etihad deal.
IndiGo Airlines may lose a good chunk of its commanders to AirAsia India as around 100 of its pilots have applied for jobs with the proposed carrier, say sources.
The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has sought clarifications from ministries concerned, including commerce and industry, on the proposed R2,058-crore Jet-Etihad deal.
Beleaguered national carrier Air India (AI), battling a bleeding balance sheet and mounting debts, still manages to live up to its image of a Maharaja. Tushar Srivastava reports.
Budget carrier AirAsia plans to aggressively grow its Indian affiliate's fleet by adding 10 planes a year and will focus operations on the under-utilised airports, the group's chief executive Tony Fernandes said today.
Ratan Tata, who will don the role of chief adviser to the board of AirAsia India, will guide the joint venture by giving his active inputs on routes, markets and the overall business plan.
There is a deep divide within the government over the Rs.
2,058-cr Jet Airways-Etihad deal. To resolve this, cabinet secretary Ajit Seth will chair a meeting of secretaries today. HT
reports. What is the deal?
The prime minister's office (PMO) on Tuesday denied any divide within the government over the India-UAE Bilateral Air Services Agreement and the Jet Airways-Etihad deal even as civil aviation minister Ajit Singh said both deals would go ahead, albeit with some changes.
BJP today demanded that the government order a CBI inquiry monitored by the Supreme Court to find out the manner in which the Jet-Etihad deal was carried out in "half-cooked" and "objectionable" manner.
Low-cost could mean low fares again with the impending entry of AirAsia India into the Indian aviation market. Tushar Srivastava