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SpiceJet Achieves 93.5 Per Cent Passenger Load Factor In May

Domestic air passenger traffic grew by 22 per cent to 86.69 lakh from 71.72 lakh during the same month last year

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Domestic Air Passengers Grow 24 Per Cent In February

Domestic carriers flew 161.31 lakh passengers in February, according data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation

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SpiceJet Adds New Flights For Summer, Maintains High Load Factor

The budget airline will increase its operations to 306 daily flights from 240 flights it operated last summer

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Domestic Air Travel Continues To Clock Double Digit Growth

Aircraft manufacturers Boeing and Airbus have revised their outlook on requirements of planes in India in the coming years

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Boeing, Airbus Eye Indian Growth As Fears Of Global Slowdown Mount

Boeing Co and Airbus Group SE said on Thursday they expect Indian airlines to order up to 1740 jets over the next 20 years, as aircraft manufacturers eye one of the world's fastest-growing aviation markets to offset any weaker sales elsewhere

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Kapoor Joins Vistara As Chief Strategy And Commercial Officer

Kapoor succeeds Giam Ming Toh, who is returning to Singapore Airlines on completion of his deputation with Vistara

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Ratan Tata Accuses Older Airlines Of ‘Monopoly’; SpiceJet’s Ajay Singh Hits Back

Hitting out at older carriers, top industrialist Ratan Tata has accused them of lobbying and using “monopolistic pressures” to retain preferential treatment under the controversial 5/20 rule that restricts overseas flying by new airlines

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IndiGo, SpiceJet Win Appeal Against Fines

The Competition Appellate Tribunal stays the penalties ordered by the Competition Commission of India against the two airlines for alleged cartelisation in fixing fuel surcharge on air cargo

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SpiceJet Increases Ticket Cancellation Charges

Budget airline AirAsia India has the lowest ticket cancellation charges among airlines flying in India

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FIA Raises 'Ownership' And 'Control' Bogey To Stop Changes To 5/20 Rule

Doing away the 5/20 rule is expected to benefits the likes of Vistara and Air Asia India which are less than 20-month into their operations and have less than half the mandatory fleet size of 20 aircrafts.

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SpiceJet Hopes To Order For New Planes This Fiscal: Ajay Singh

SpiceJet hopes to place order for new planes this fiscal, but it's important to "put the best foot forward" and ensure aircraft are purchased in "an optimal manner", the airline's chairman Ajay Singh said on Monday

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Festive Bonanza: Get A SpiceJet Ticket For Rs 716

No-frills airline SpiceJet on Monday announced a four-day sale, offering one-way base fares as low as Rs 716 for the journey period between January 15 and April 12 next year for domestic fliers

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Indian Aviation Taxied On Runway Of Promises

Many highs and lows marked the 2015 trajectory of domestic aviation space with three airlines taking off, one coming back after a near-collapse, a no-frills carrier getting listed and India again securing top safety ranking even as the draft aviation policy remained in limbo

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SpiceJet Records Highest Seat Factor Among Domestic Airlines

Budget carrier SpiceJet has for the seventh consecutive month reported a seat factor of above 90 per cent in November while national carrier Air India saw seat occupancy going up by over seven per cent during the period, according to DGCA traffic data

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Proper Mechanism In Place To Minimise Customer Inconvenience: SpiceJet

India's second-largest low fare airline SpiceJet Ltd has taken a slew of measures to minimise flight disruptions and cancellations arising due to fog during the winter season

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