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SpiceJet to start Kolkata-Dhaka direct flight from March 23

SpiceJet will operate daily direct flight to Dhaka from Kolkata, starting from March 23, as part of expansion of its international services.
DNA

Sheila Dixit clarifies on 'immature' Rahul Gandhi remark

sheila dixit clarifies on 'immature' rahul gandhi remark
*New Delhi:* Former Delhi CM Sheila Dixit taking an U-turn on her earlier remark on party Vice President Rahul Gandhi has clarified that he has "the sensitivity of a mature leader". Party veteran..
Mid-Day

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News video: Inside the Spectacular Ambitions of India's SpiceJet

Inside the Spectacular Ambitions of India's SpiceJet 07:44

Feb.21 -- SpiceJet Chairman and Managing Director Ajay Singh discusses the company's $22 billion Boeing order for 205 aircraft and talks about expansion plans. He speaks with Rishaad Salamat from..
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News video: India’s SpiceJet orders 100 more aircraft from Boeing

India’s SpiceJet orders 100 more aircraft from Boeing 00:35

Indian budget airline SpiceJet says it has ordered an additional 100 planes from Boeing, with an option for 50 more. The aircraft are Boeing’s new MAX 737. The deal is a welcome boost for Boeing in..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: India's SpiceJet orders 100 more aircraft from Boeing

India's SpiceJet orders 100 more aircraft from Boeing 00:35

Indian budget airline SpiceJet says it has ordered an additional 100 planes from Boeing, with an option for 50 more. The aircraft are Boeing’s new MAX 737. The deal is a welcome boost for..
Source: euronews (in English) -

News video: SpiceJet to buy 205 new Boeing planes

SpiceJet to buy 205 new Boeing planes 01:37

New Delhi, Jan 13 (ANI): Budget carrier SpiceJet on Friday said that it had agreed to buy 205 new aircrafts from Boeing as part of its expansion plans in the world's fastest growing aviation..
Source: News unlimited -

News video: Earnings Season Kicks-Off With A Bang

Earnings Season Kicks-Off With A Bang 01:27

Earnings season kicks-off with a bang with reports from some of the largest US financial firms Earnings are expected from Bank of America, JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, PNC Financial Services and..
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Rabbits on runway, pilot brakes in another plane's path

*Rabbits on the runway nearly caused a collision of two planes here on Friday, but alert action by the ATCand the aircrew saved the day.* An Indigo flight from Bengaluru to Ahmedabad had landed on..
Deccan Herald

IndiGo, SpiceJet flights avert collision at Ahmedabad Airport


newKerala.com Also reported by •ANI News

Collision between SpiceJet, IndiGo flights averted


IndiaTimes

Kansas killing latest in series of tragedies to hit Telugus in US

*Hyderabad:* The killing of Srinivas Kuchibhotla has come as yet another blow to the Telugu community in the US and has focused attention on a series of tragedies that have struck immigrants from..
Mid-Day

Collision averted between two planes at Ahmedabad airport

A Delhi-bound plane of SpiceJet had to abort take-off at the last minute as an IndiGo flight could not clear the runway due to the presence of rabbits on the strip, averting a major mishap.
Zee News Also reported by •DNADeccan Herald

Scare at International airport as power bank explodes

A mobile power bank kept inside the hand baggage of a passenger exploded at Mumbai's Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA), leading to a scare at the T2 terminal on Friday morning. The..
DNA

'Only 2 or 3 % of Indians fly'

'It's great that SpiceJet survived and people did not lose their jobs and everyone got paid and so many customers are flying on it.'
Rediff.com

Airlines woo fliers with cheap fares, free tickets

Air India and SpiceJet today came out with offers, including free tickets, to attract more fliers as the airlines look to increase seat occupancy amid stiff competition.
DNA Also reported by •IndiaTimes

Air India, SpiceJet give massive discounts on tickets; price starts at Rs 777

While Air India is giving one ticket free for every booking in First Class and Business Class, SpiceJet would be offering tickets priced as low as Rs 777 on select routes.
Zee News

SpiceJet flight delayed by 9 hours due to crack on windshield

A city-bound SpiceJet flight from Pune was today delayed by nearly nine hours due to a crack on the plane's windshield.
DNA Also reported by •ANI News

Slight crack in windshield delays Spicejet's Pune-Delhi flight

"Flight SG 999 operating Pune to Delhi while preparing for departure noticed a slight crack on the pilot side windshield," Spicejet said in a statement.
DNA

Snapdeal founders take 100% salary cut

*Snapdeal co-founders Kunal Bahl and Rohit Bansal have taken a 100 per cent salary cut, while many others at the firm have "proactively" offered significant reduction in compensation. * The..
Deccan Herald

SpiceJet offers domestic tickets starting at Rs 777

Domestic budget flier SpiceJet has announced its Lucky 7 sale with domestic fares starting at Rs 777 on select routes. SpiceJet in a full-page print advertisement said that the sale will start on..
DNA

SpiceJet announces flat discount on Max Mondays offer

SpiceJet has announced Max Mondays offer wherein customers will get Rs 250 off on SpiceMax category.
Zee News

January air traffic flies high at 25%

*India's airlines have started on a positive note this year with January recording an over 25% rise in the number of fliers, compared with the same month, last year.* The data released by the..
Deccan Herald


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