Indian budget airliners SpiceJet and GoAir planes were involved in a “near miss” in the Goa airspace after the latter allegedly changed its flight course, prompting the traffic collision avoidance system in the planes to go off, a re
Indian budget airline SpiceJet plans to order more than 150 planes in the current financial year, the airline's chairman said on Sunday.
"We are in the process of placing a large aircraft order. The airline will order in
SpiceJet’s inaugural flights from the Indian cities of Amritsar in Punjab and Kozhikode (Calicut) in Kerala were welcomed at the Dubai International Airport yesterday (November 15).
India’s leading low-cost carrier now has d
SpiceJet, India’s leading low-cost carrier, is ramping up its focus on international markets with the appointment of Vinay Nambiar as country head, UAE.
Nambiar joins the airline from Arik Air in Nigeria, where he held the positio
SpiceJet, a leading low cost airline in India, has revealed plans to launch direct flights to Amritsar and Kozhikode (Calicut) in India from Dubai, UAE, next month.
Bookings for tickets are open now and flight services will commen
Qatar Airways said on Tuesday it was in talks with IndiGo about taking a stake in India's biggest airline that would expand the Gulf carrier's foothold in one of the world's fastest growing aviation markets.
Qatar Airways, which owns a 10 per cent stake in British Airways owner IAG, is not in talks to buy a stake in Indian carrier SpiceJet nor is it interested in doing so, it said on Tuesday.
"Qatar Airways is not in talks to pur
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet said on Friday it was in "exploratory and preliminary stage" talks with potential investors who have shown an interest in putting money into the airline, responding to speculations of a stake deal with
Qatar Airways, the flag carrier of the country, will consider buying equity in IndiGo, if the Indian airline offers 49 per cent stake to it, said its chief executive officer.
"If IndiGo offers us 49 per cent, Qatar Airways wo
A fund managed by JPMorgan Chase is in advanced talks to partner with Indian carrier SpiceJet's co-founder for a planned $200 million investment into the cash-strapped airline, the Economic Times reported on Thursday, citing unnamed sources