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Aviation
SIA to complete merger of Vistara-AI at the earliest

SIA to complete merger of Vistara-AI at the earliest

Singapore Airlines has said it aims to complete the merger of Vistara with Air India "as soon as possible" subject to remaining approvals from relevant authorities. Once the proposed merger, which was approved by the

Interviews
‘In 2023, price-driven travel continues to be the name of the game for travellers’

‘In 2023, price-driven travel continues to be the name of the game for travellers’

Mohit Joshi, Skyscanner Travel Expert, in a conversation with Disha Shah Ghosh sheds light on their latest report and its findings, to decode the travel patterns of Indian travellers in 2023. Q. Enumerate on the

Aviation
Air passengers call for more retail opportunities and slicker online checkout, says survey data

Air passengers call for more retail opportunities and slicker online checkout, says survey data

93% would buy services like excursions and car rental from their airline if they could New survey data from travel tech company IBS Software, reveals a massive 93% of UK and US consumers would book

Aviation
New Sri Lanka government to sell national airline

New Sri Lanka government to sell national airline

Sri Lanka’s new government plans to sell its national airline to stem losses, part of efforts to stabilize the nation’s finances even as authorities are forced to print money to pay government salaries. The new

Domestic
Surge in airline fuel demand in India indicates tourism on recovery path

Surge in airline fuel demand in India indicates tourism on recovery path

People across India are taking to the skies after months stuck in their homes during a deadly Covid-19 wave, driving a spike in demand for jet fuel, the oil product hit hardest by the ongoing

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