Articles tagged “spicejet”

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SpiceJet to Resume 737 Max Flights in September Following India’s Sign-Off

India's re-certification of Boeing's 737 Max paves the way for SpiceJet to resume Max flights in September. Only China and Russia remain as notable holdouts in the global return of Boeing's bread-and-butter jet.

SpiceJet to Resume 737 Max Flights in September Following India’s Sign-Off

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How India’s SpiceJet Is Using Tech to Innovate During the Pandemic

SpiceJet has championed reforms of airport processes that have already changed how all air travelers in India fly on all airlines. In a move reported here first, the budget carrier will begin to sell some of the tech it has developed to other airlines.

How India’s SpiceJet Is Using Tech to Innovate During the Pandemic

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India to Follow Europe’s Lead in Making Own Call on 737 Max

Now India, too, wants to make its own checks on the Boeing 737 Max before allowing the plane to fly in the country again, after European regulators this week said they would make their own call.

India to Follow Europe’s Lead in Making Own Call on 737 Max

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IndiGo in the Spotlight as Owners’ Dispute Drags On

One of India’s biggest aviation success stories faces an uncertain future. With its two billionaire co-founders seemingly at loggerheads, other carriers have the chance to capitalize.

IndiGo in the Spotlight as Owners’ Dispute Drags On

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India’s SpiceJet Receives Investment Offers

With the Indian aviation market continuing to grow and SpiceJet as one of the strongest players, it makes sense for outside investors to show an interest.

India’s SpiceJet Receives Investment Offers

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Boeing Tells SpiceJet that 737 Max Will Be Ready to Fly by July

This would be great for impacted airlines, but can Boeing really get approval from regulators by then?

Boeing Tells SpiceJet that 737 Max Will Be Ready to Fly by July

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India’s Low-Cost IndiGo Sets Its Long-Haul Sights on Europe

Despite the well-documented challenges, airline bosses won't give up on the low-cost, long-haul dream. Will IndiGo be able to pull it off?

India’s Low-Cost IndiGo Sets Its Long-Haul Sights on Europe

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India’s Government May Want SpiceJet to Take Over Some of Jet Airways’ Assets

Governments should probably get out of the airline match-making business. Either there's a valid business reason for a deal to happen, or it should not happen.

India’s Government May Want SpiceJet to Take Over Some of Jet Airways’ Assets

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Airfares Surge in India Following Boeing 737 Max Ban

SpiceJet is hurting the most, after investing heavily in the aircraft. What will this mean for India's rapidly growing airline industry?

Airfares Surge in India Following Boeing 737 Max Ban

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Why India’s Airlines Have a Long-Haul Road to Success

India’s airlines punch far below their weight in the intercontinental arena. In fact, deeply troubled Air India maintains its leadership in the market. But will things change as others, including some low-cost carriers, contemplate long-haul flying?

Why India’s Airlines Have a Long-Haul Road to Success