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Articles tagged “spicejet”

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SpiceJet tries to stand apart with personalized names for each of its aircraft

Naming planes is a practice that started with Viking’s ships, but the tradition, when still carried out today, is part of social media strategy with frequent flyers sharing which quirky names they’ve ticked off the list.

SpiceJet tries to stand apart with personalized names for each of its aircraft

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The great Indian aviation stake sale begins: Etihad looking at Jet, AirAsia at Spicejet

The troubled Indian aviation industry is finally getting the much-needed love from global/Asian players, but lot will depend on how soon Indian govt. eases up the foreign investment pathways.

The great Indian aviation stake sale begins: Etihad looking at Jet, AirAsia at Spicejet

Airlines

Indian aviation official asks SpiceJet to launch commercial flights to risky flying territory

The aviation agency seems driven (and blinded) by political motives in this unique case where officials request a commercial airline to fly to an unsafe area that's currently underserved..

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Foreign investors aren’t very interested in aiding the ailing airlines in India

SpiceJet’s clean and profitable reputation makes it the number one choice for investors, but few are interested in infusing capital into airlines piled high in debt with a reputation of contemptuous staff.

Foreign investors aren’t very interested in aiding the ailing airlines in India

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Foreign airlines are given the green light to invest (read: save) Indian carriers

There are huge opportunities for growth in the Indian market, but few foreign airlines have the financial fortitude to take on an ailing airline like Kingfisher, which had pushed for the ban’s removal.

Foreign airlines are given the green light to invest (read: save) Indian carriers

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Indian budget airlines expand international routes as incumbent carriers cut back

IndiGo and SpiceJet, in particular, are looking internationally for expansion -- to both southeast Asia and to Middle Eastern destinations that will require them to go up against Gulf-based carriers.

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SpiceJet’s unexpected profit reveals the silver lining of India’s ailing airline industry

Indian budget airline SpiceJet flies ahead of competition -- posting its first healthy profit in six consecutive terms -- by picking up the slack of its bankrupt peers.