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Turkish Airlines eyes 6 new USA routes to connect flyers to India

Turkish Airlines eyes 6 new USA routes to connect flyers to India

  Turkish Airlines is expanding its presence in the United States, targeting six new destinations: Philadelphia, Charlotte, Orlando, Minneapolis, Phoenix, and Raleigh/Las Vegas. This expansion will bring the airline's total number of US destinations to

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ELF insolvency petition against SpiceJet to be heard by NCLT on August 2

ELF insolvency petition against SpiceJet to be heard by NCLT on August 2

  SpiceJet has faced an insolvency plea from engine lessor ELF, citing the airline's default on lease payments since April 2021. Initially, SpiceJet raised technical objections to ELF's plea, but the tribunal allowed ELF to

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Wizz Air hopes to start India flights in early 2025

Wizz Air hopes to start India flights in early 2025

  Wizz Air, a Hungary-based ultra-low-cost airline group, plans to launch direct flights connecting India with various destinations in Europe, targeting average one-way fares of just EUR 200 (approximately INR 18,000). József Váradi, CEO, Wizz

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IndiGo aims for more than low-cost label, says CEO Elbers

IndiGo aims for more than low-cost label, says CEO Elbers

  Pieter Elbers, CEO, IndiGo, emphasised that the airline should not be categorised as a low-cost carrier (LCC) due to its unique features and measures taken by the airline. Speaking at the CAPA India Aviation

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Go First faces grounding threat: DGCA deregisters leased aircraft

Go First faces grounding threat: DGCA deregisters leased aircraft

  The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has taken action to deregister all 54 aircraft leased to the now-defunct airline Go First, as confirmed by officials. This move follows an order issued by the

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‘Partnerships in areas, including aviation, fintech to drive India-UAE growth’

‘Partnerships in areas, including aviation, fintech to drive India-UAE growth’

Partnerships in sectors such as aviation, fintech, edtech, health-tech and clean energy tech will drive the UAE and India’s growth story in the coming years, CEPA Council Director Ahmed Aljneibi said on Tuesday. The UAE-India

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