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Fifty-five per cent of IndiGo’s domestic flights were delayed on July 2 as a significant number of cabin crew members took sick leave, with sources in the industry saying they ostensibly went for an Air India recruitment drive. When asked about this, Arun Kumar, who heads the aviation regulator DGCA, told PTI yesterday, “We are […]Continue Reading
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Domestic air passenger traffic is estimated to have logged an 83 per cent growth year-on-year at 10.5-million in April as Covid-19 infection cases waned, leaving a gap of just 5 per cent when compared to the pre-pandemic level, ICRA said. Indian carriers had flown around 11 million passengers in April 2019. However, the domestic airline […]Continue Reading
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In order to strengthen domestic connectivity, IndiGo announced the launch of its 73rd domestic and 97th overall destination. The airline will commence new exclusive flights between Kadapa-Chennai, Kadapa-Vijayawada, Kadapa-Bangalore, Kadapa-Vishakhapatnam, and new flights between Kadapa-Hyderabad. These new connections will enhance the connectivity between southern states Continue Reading
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The number of daily air passengers is expected to cross pre-COVID levels in the next two months, said Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia, Civil Aviation Minister. He also urged states to reduce tax on jet fuel to boost the country’s aviation sector. During the pre-COVID times, domestic airlines carried around 4 lakh passengers per day […]Continue Reading
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Around 1.05 crore domestic passengers travelled by air in November, 17.03 per cent higher than the 89.85 lakh who travelled the month before, the country’s aviation regulator said. While IndiGo carried 57.06 lakh passengers in November, a 54.3 per cent share of the domestic market, SpiceJet flew 10.78 lakh passengers, accounting for a 10.3 per […]Continue Reading
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With the upcoming wedding season and over 18 months of pandemic paused honeymoons, Thomas Cook (India) Limited – India’s leading integrated travel services company and its Group Company and SOTC Travel have identified strong pent-up demand from India’s couple segment. To capitalise on this significant opportunity in the face of limited reopening of international Continue Reading
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