Airlines Updates

NokScoot boosts fleet with eye on India

August 26th 2016 6:48PM
The medium-to-long-haul low-cost carrier (LCC) has solicited interest from 30 parties, including airlines and lessors, to supply seven Boeing 777-200s ...

India's Air Pegasus in talks to sell 30% stake

August 26th 2016 6:48PM
Air Pegasus (OP, Bangalore Int'l) Managing Director, Shyson Thomas, says talks are currently ongoing with an undisclosed Singaporean ...

Kashmir unrest aftermath: Airlines cut flights as visitors to Srinagar dip

August 26th 2016 6:15PM
Air India, which has only two dailies on Srinagar-Delhi route (one of them via Jammu), and Jet Airways have not cut their flights to Srinagar.

Airbus nears first A350 delivery to China Airlines

August 26th 2016 3:03PM
That includes the one destined for China Airlines, which was pushed back. ... India is not the only one affected by the confidentiality breach.

GMR wins bid to build Goa's second airport

August 26th 2016 10:45AM
The operators of two of India's biggest airports—in Mumbai and in ... India's yearly air traffic is expected to touch 100 million passengers by 2017, ...

Airplane Wi-Fi Facts: Everything You Need To Know About What Connects You To The Ground

August 26th 2016 10:11AM
The Indian government is working to offer Indian fliers with the facility of using their mobile phones and internet services in a mid-air flight over Indian ...

Indian carriers slow aircraft deliveries

August 26th 2016 8:30AM
NEW DELHI -- Indian private carrier Jet Airways was due to take delivery of 10 Boeing 787 Dreamliners from next year but wants to delay introduction ...

Sri Lankan Airlines to loss $50 million due to runway closure

August 26th 2016 8:07AM
Colombo: Sri Lanka's national airline will make a loss of around $50 million in revenue when the only runway at the Colombo airport will be shut ...

DGCA may ask airlines to clamp down on in-flight selfies

August 26th 2016 7:00AM
While existing rules also put some restrictions on in-flight photography, the regulator will come out with a detailed set of guidelines in a few days in the ...

DGCA may ask airlines to clamp down on in-flight selfies

August 26th 2016 6:15AM
Worried about security risks arising out of in-flight selfies, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) may soon ask airlines to ...