FLIGHT TICKETS

  • SpiceJet's new owners plan to cut fleet, shrink network: Sources January 16, 2015

    Singapore: The prospective owners of low-cost carrier SpiceJet Ltd plan to cut the airline's fleet, shrink its network and return to a "plain vanilla" business model to achieve profitability, two people close to the investors said. Their plans include culling the 15 Bombardier Q400 regional aircraft from the airline's fleet and...
  • SpiceJet says did not receive any credit from oil companies January 8, 2015

    New Delhi: Beleaguered airline SpiceJet said it has received no credit from oil companies, even as it scotched speculation about having failed to submit any revival plan. "... there was no revival plan due for submission today," SpiceJet's Chief Operating Officer Sanjiv Kapoor said late in a statement. The airline also said...
  • Air India website blocked by few sites in India, abroad August 29, 2014

    New Delhi: Air India's website, which went down two days ago after the airline offered a special fare of Rs 100, was apparently blocked by a few sites in India and abroad for a considerable time. An unprecedented 80,000 hits a minute were recorded from some sites which blocked bookings by...
  • AirAsia India maiden flight tickets sold out within 10 minutes June 4, 2014

    Mumbai: Lowcost carrier AirAsia India, all set to launch operations from next week with a BangaloreGoa flight, on Tuesday said tickets for its inaugural service were sold out within 10 minutes. Tickets for the maiden flight (BangaloreGoa) were sold out within 10 minutes of opening of bookings. Also, AirAsia India sold...
  • SpiceJet introduces another low fare offer April 17, 2014

    Mumbai: The fare war started by budget carrier SpiceJet in January that led to cuts by other domestic players remains unabated with the Kalanithi Maran promoted-airline now coming up with another low fare offer from select cities. The low fares offered by SpiceJet, which vary from city to city, are...
  • SpiceJet slashes domestic airfare for limited period January 12, 2013

    New Delhi: In a move that could be followed by major Indian airlines, nofrill carrier SpiceJet on Friday slashed air fares substantially by offering a limitedperiod sale of 10 lakh seats across its domestic network for an allinclusive fare of Rs 2,013. The promotional offer, which follows similar schemes like...
  • Panel orders probe into unreasonable airfare hike December 9, 2012

    New Delhi: Charging most Indian carriers with "unreasonably" hiking airfares, a Parliamentary panel has sought a probe against them and recommended that any increase in ticket prices should be approved by aviation regulator DGCA in the future. Noting that "most of the airlines operating in the country had been overcharging...