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Jwala Gutta slams IndiGo as airline forgets to load baggage

Jwala Gutta slams IndiGo as airline forgets to load baggage

Jwala Gutta slams IndiGo airline: Indian Badminton star Jwala Gutta shared the horrific experience that one of her acquaintance had to go through as IndiGo staff at Chennai Airport forgot to load the baggage on flight towards Hyderabad.Sharing the post of her acquaintance, Gutta tweeted, “Another horrible experience which one of my acquaintance had to

Manhandling of Passenger by IndiGo Staff Disgusting: Indian Railways Chairman

New Delhi, November 8, The former Chairman of Air India Ashwani Lohani on Tuesday expressed angst at the manhandling of a passenger of the IndiGo by two airline staff at Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport on October 15. In a brief Facebook post, Lohani called out the airline for its “gross misconduct” and urged the

PV Sindhu slams IndiGo Staff over rude behaviour

PV Sindhu slams IndiGo Staff over rude behaviour

PV Sindhu slams IndiGo Staff over rude behaviour. Indian Badminton star PV Sindhu took to Twitter on Saturday to express her anger over the rude behaviour of Indigo airline ground staff.While flying Hyderabad to Mumbai flight by Indigo 6E 608 flights she claimed that she badly and rude behaviour was done by airport staff.  P.V. Sindhu boarded

Check-in with 15-20 kg to cost lot more on domestic flights

Check-in with 15-20 kg to cost lot more on domestic flights

Check-in with 15-20 kg to cost lot more on domestic flights. The Delhi High Court set aside the Rs 100 per kg fee fixed by the Director General of Civil Aviation for excess checked-in baggage on private flights. While airlines were earlier free to charge any amount as excess baggage charge beyond 20 kg, they

APAI urges govt to challenge HC's decision in apex court

APAI urges govt to challenge HC’s decision in apex court

APAI urges govt to challenge HC’s decision in apex court. New Delhi- The APAI, an air passengers’ body, today urged the government to challenge in the apex court the Delhi High Court’s decision to set aside capping of fee for excess checked-in baggage on private airlines. The Air Passengers Association of India (APAI) also urged the

UK, Bombay top destinations Abu Dhabi

UK, Bombay, Delhi top destinations for travelers through Abu Dhabi Airport

ABU DHABI: London, Bombay, Delhi and Manila were the top destinations of travelers passing through Abu Dhabi International Airport in June, state news agency WAM reported on Thursday. Air traffic to London increasing by 6 percent, and Delhi-bound travelers up by 11 percent compared to the same month last year, Ahmed Al-Shamsi, the acting Chief

'Airlines can't impose flying ban on anyone': P J Kurien

‘Airlines can’t impose flying ban on anyone’: P J Kurien

For all the Latest news download Daily Post news app:- Click For Android Click For IOS Airlines have no authority to impose flying ban on anybody, including parliamentarians, and the law of the land should take its course, Rajya Sabha Deputy Chairman P J Kurien said today. The remarks came after SP member Naresh Agrawal

GST worsens engine problems for IndiGo, seven aircraft remain grounded

GST worsens engine problems for IndiGo, seven aircraft remain grounded

If you are booking for an Indigo plane, you may face harassment because the company has canceled several flights. Indeed, the ‘A-320 Neo’ engine has already caused the problems of the troubled domestic plane Company maker IndiGo. Because of Engine fault and GST Indigo 7 ships are useless, due to this from last 10 days

Fashion Filled uniform of Chinese Airlines crew

Fashion Filled uniform Chinese Airlines crew. This is what the cabin crew of China’s Hainan Airlines will wear to work, courtesy fashion designer Laurence Xu.As if to add more weight to the sartorial credentials of the uniform – it was unveiled at the holiest of all fashion places – the Paris Couture Week.The uniform also

Jet blast shatters IndiGo plane's window, five injured

Jet blast shatters IndiGo plane’s window, five injured

Passengers on-board a Delhi-Mumbai IndiGo flight, which was preparing for take-off, sustained minor injuries after a window pane shattered due to jet blast from a SpiceJet plane approaching a parking bay, an IndiGo spokesperson said today. The incident took place yesterday evening when the right front window of the aircraft broke from the impact of

Near-miss between IndiGo, BSF Planes Over Banihal in J&K

Near-miss between IndiGo, BSF Planes Over Banihal in J&K. An aircraft operated by the BSF, which was carrying Home Secretary Rajiv Mehrishi from Srinagar to Delhi Friday morning, was involved in a mid-air scare after coming within “500m to 1 km” of an in-bound IndiGo plane, sources in the security establishment told.An accident was averted

IndiGo planes engine failure runway taxiing Patna airport

IndiGo plane’s engine fails at Patna airport

Flight operations from the city’s airport were affected today after an IndiGo aircraft carrying 174 passengers suffered “engine failure” at the time of taxiing for take off. The aircraft is still on the runway and the authorities are working to move the plane from there. Following the incident, which happened around 1800 hours, operations have been impacted,

Spicejet Airlines bagged world top stock position

Spicejet Airlines bagged world top stock position. The country’s leading budget airline SpiceJet stood on the verge of closure two and a half years ago. Today its stock has become the world’s best performing airline stock. SpiceJet’s stock has jumped 124% since January. The company has recently ordered a plane of $ 26 billion (about

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IndiGo accused of poaching pilots with ‘open offers’, it

IndiGo accused of poaching pilots with ‘open offers’, it. Budget carrier IndiGo has allegedly made attempts to poach pilots and technical staff from airlines operating ATR aircraft after announcing plans to procure 50 turboprop planes with an aim to serve tier-2 and tier-3 cities. According to Alliance Air CEO CS Subbiah, several of its senior

Flight ticket prices under UDAN may be revised every three months

Airfares as well as the government subsidy for airlines under the regional air connectivity scheme will be revised every three months depending on inflationary trends. The scheme — UDAN (Ude Desh ka Aam Naagrik) – provides for cap on air ticket prices and viability gap funding (VGF) for the participating carriers.The Civil Aviation Ministry has

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IndiGo’s Q4 net profit down 25%

Budget passenger carrier IndiGo on Tuesday reported a decline of 24.6 per cent in net profit for the quarter ended March 31. According to the airline, the net profit during the quarter fell to Rs 440.30 crore from Rs 583.78 crore reported for the corresponding period of 2015-16. “For the last quarter, despite a 38

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IndiGo launches 3-day low fares sale

Low-cost carrier IndiGo today announced a three-day summer special sale across its network with fares starting as low as Rs 899 for 600,000 seats.The offer opens today and will be available till May 10, IndiGo said in a statement. The airline promises “all-inclusive” fares starting at Rs 899 on select destinations like Mumbai-Goa, Ahmedabad-Mumbai, Chennai-Port

Glad to hear that: Blunder Made By IndiGo Airlines.

We all know about automated replies as well as textbook ones, but sometimes those can be quite inappropriate and cause a lot of embarrassment for the organisation. A similar incident happened when an airline passenger flying with IndiGo complained on Twitter about his luggage been misplaced. Nowadays, social media has become the biggest problem solver. More

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Mamata flight incident: IndiGo says plane had adequate fuel

New Delhi: Amid allegations that its aircraftcarrying Mamata Banerjee was made to hover over Kolkata airport putting at risk passengers’ safety, IndiGo today said the plane was delayed due to congestion before making a normal landing yesterday and had adequate fuel. In a detailed statement, IndiGo said the flight 6E 342 with 174 passengers onboard

Air India Express to start flights from mid-Nov, IndiGo on Sept 26

Chandigarh: The Punjab and Haryana High Court on Wednesday directed Inspector General of Chandigarh Police to file compliance report of the court orders issued during previous hearing relating to providing security to former Punjab DGP (Prisons) Shashi Kant. Besides, the Punjab government stated in the court that it would hold go through the working of