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Articles tagged “spicejet”

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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

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India’s Airlines Struggle Amid Tough Competition

It seems crazy to think that in such a buoyant aviation market carriers are struggling to make a profit. If they can't succeed now, maybe there's a case for consolidation?

India’s Airlines Struggle Amid Tough Competition

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Why It’s Hard for Airlines to Make Money in India’s Growing Market

A booming market doesn't necessarily mean massive profit. For a variety of reasons, Indian carriers have struggled over the years. Maybe the government needs to rethink how it regulates airlines?

Why It’s Hard for Airlines to Make Money in India’s Growing Market

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Epic India Fare War Part of a Shakeout Under Way for Decades

It is difficult to see a way out of the mess that is the India aviation market. There will be a lot more aviation pain before there is gain.

Epic India Fare War Part of a Shakeout Under Way for Decades

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SpiceJet Undertakes Its Largest Expansion in Bid to Take Share From Indigo

It appears as though SpiceJet founder Ajay Singh put the struggling India carrier back on track when he returned to the airline in 2015. In its competition against Indigo, SpiceJet is trying to solidify its place in a troubled but fast-growing aviation market.

SpiceJet Undertakes Its Largest Expansion in Bid to Take Share From Indigo

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India Will Quintuple Airport Capacity to Meet Surging Demand

Not too long ago, less than three percent of India's population flew, according to SpiceJet's chairman and managing director. That airline came back from the dead and now things are seriously looking up across the industry.

India Will Quintuple Airport Capacity to Meet Surging Demand

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SpiceJet Is Buying Seaplanes to Reach Indian Areas That Other Airlines Can’t

Most of India’s 450 airstrips are too decrepit for big planes. So SpiceJet's likely plan to buy 100 amphibious planes to reach otherwise hard-to-serve areas sounds like a puddle-jump worth taking.

SpiceJet Is Buying Seaplanes to Reach Indian Areas That Other Airlines Can’t

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Interview: SpiceJet Founder’s Big Ambitions for Indian Aviation

Unless you're obsessed with aviation, you probably don't know SpiceJet. But you might someday. India is a fast-growing aviation market, and SpiceJet has nearly 200 Boeing 737s on order. Someday, it might even fly long-haul jets to London or beyond.

Interview: SpiceJet Founder’s Big Ambitions for Indian Aviation

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$85 Billion Worth of Planes Not Enough to Meet Demand for SpiceJet in Asia

After some very difficult years due to industry expansion, it looks like SpiceJet is ready to go again. Will it be different this time?

$85 Billion Worth of Planes Not Enough to Meet Demand for SpiceJet in Asia