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IndiGo and SpiceJet, the big daddies of Indian skies, are struggling on foreign routes

In the past one year, IndiGo and SpiceJet, dominant players on the Indian skies, have pressed ahead with their

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IndiGo is the lord of the Indian skies. But what about the overseas?

IndiGo, India’s most successful airline, has come — well, flown — a long way. From a single aircraft in

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Some US airlines willing to take 737 MAX jets before pilot training approval

Some US airlines are willing to pick up their 737 MAX jets from Boeing Co as soon as December

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AirAsia India to increase fleet size to 29 by year-end

Budget carrier AirAsia India will increase its fleet size to 29 aircraft by December-end, as it aims to increase

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Southwest, American extend Boeing 737 Max cancellations until early March

Southwest Airlines will remove all Boeing 737 Max planes from its flight schedule through March 6, delaying the plane’s

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Boeing adds 3 safety elements in 737 MAX aircraft, expects to resume service by March 2020

Boeing has added three elements of safety in the flight control system of the 737 MAX aircraft and is

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No hot food plans for IndiGo as ovens eat fuel

India's largest airline IndiGo does not plan to include hot food options in its onboard food menu as this

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Qatar Airways CEO says interested in buying stake in IndiGo, not Air India

Qatar Airways on Thursday said that the airline is keen to buy stake in IndiGo but this is not

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India needs 2,400 more planes over the next 20 years, single-aisle aircraft to be in demand, says Boeing Updated : November 06, 2019 01:43 PM I

India will need nearly 2,400 new planes over the next 20 years with single-aisle aircraft accounting for 87 percent

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Why the Tatas may be the best suitor for Air India

The government continues to focus on the Air India disinvestment. This topic came up in a recent interview with

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