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DGCA Temporarily Suspends SpiceJet's Licence To Carry Dangerous Goods

The suspension is for 30 days, and during this period, SpiceJet will not be allowed to carry dangerous goods, including lithium-ion batteries, on its domestic as well as international flights,

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Govt Ran Transparent, Flexible Process; Honoured To Participate In AI''s Bidding: SpiceJet CMD

The government announced on Friday that Tata Sons'' wholly-owned subsidiary Talace Private Limited has beaten the Singh-led consortium to win the bid to acquire debt-laden Air India by offering Rs 18,000 crore.

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Can't Talk Of AI Bid; Its Brand Will Be Restored To Previous Glory After Privatisation: Spicejet CMD

The government is seeking to sell 100 per cent of its stake in the state-owned national airline, including Air India''s 100 per cent shareholding in Air India Express Ltd and 50 per cent in Air India SATS Airport Services Private Ltd.

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Govt Begins Air India Bid Evaluation

The financial bids are being evaluated against an undisclosed reserve price and the bid offering the highest price above that benchmark would be accepted.

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Spicejet Introduces Interim Fixed Pay System For Captains And First Officers

The airline said not only will pilot salaries "increase significantly" under the new pay structure but those who fly more than the stipulated minimum hours will be paid overtime.

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SpiceJet Among 60 Cos Committed To Take Global Sustainable Aviation Fuel Supply To 10 % By 2030

Signatory companies to the Statement represent a global group of airlines, airports, fuel suppliers and other industry stakeholders who are making a mission-critical commitment on the path to net-zero emissions by 2050.

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Section Of Spicejet Employees Go On Strike At Delhi Airport Demanding Proper Salary Disbursement

SpiceJet has been paying reduced salaries to a significant number of employees since 2020 as its finances have been hit due to COVID-19 pandemic-related travel restrictions. Other airlines in India have cut the salaries too since 2020 for the same reason.

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SpiceJet Settles With Boeing 737 Max Aircraft Lessor Avolon

Earlier this month, it was reported that DGCA is "examining" whether Boeing 737 Max planes should be allowed to fly again in the country and a decision on the same was expected in 2-3 months.

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SpiceJet To Launch 16 New Flights

The airline said it would launch 16 new flights, including adding Bhavnagar (Gujarat) to its domestic network.

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SpiceJet Reports Net Loss Of Rs 998 Cr for FY21

For Q4 (Jan-Mar 21), SpiceJet is able to reduce its Net Loss to Rs 235.3 crore from Rs 807 crore in Q4 FY20; Board approves fundraise of up to Rs 2,500 crore and a nod to hiving off its profitable cargo business.

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SpiceJet Stocks See Buying on Fundraising News

The share prices of SpiceJet, a Gurgaon-headquartered leading low-cost airline, saw increased buying even today and ahead of the June 30 Board Meeting where it is expected to discuss fund raising.

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CCI Closes Case Against Airlines On Fare Spike During 2016 Jat Stir; Finds No Price Parallelism

CCI said there are different types of custom-made algorithms suited for the needs of a particular airline and that the final call for inventory allocation is taken by the respective route analysts of different airlines.

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Tuaktae Cyclone: Three City-Bound IndiGo, Spicejet Flights Diverted

India Meteorological Department (IMD) has issued an orange alert for Mumbai, warning of very heavy rains at isolated places with strong winds on Monday as cyclone Tuaktae is likely to pass close to the Mumbai coast.

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SpiceXpress Airlifts 1,000 Oxygen Concentrators From Hong Kong To Delhi

This is the second big consignment of oxygen concentrators ordered and delivered to SpiceHealth with more than 2000 such concentrators getting transported in the last two weeks

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SpiceJet Outsources Part Of Groundhandling Ops At Mumbai Airport To Celebinas Airport Services

The Gurugram-based airline has informed the loaders and drivers that they will no longer be on its payroll from next month and they should appear for interviews at CelebiNAS Airport Services India from April 26 onwards.

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