Spice Jet

Spice Jet News

Recent cases of aircraft veering off runways prompts DGCA to ground 12 pilots

SpiceJet, Air India Express and GoAir have been involved in three, two and one such incidents, respectively, in the past few days, prompting the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to take action against the 12 pilots.

SpiceJet to hire up to 2,000 Jet staff, says Ajay Singh

SpiceJet has Boeing 737s, Bombardier Q-400s and B737 freighters. It operates around 575 daily flights on an average to 62 destinations, including nine international ones, he said.

Advertising

SpiceJet’s Delhi-bound flight diverted to Varanasi after engine shuts down

Taking cognisance of the repeated problems with the engine model, the government will review the situation on Tuesday.

Russian, Japanese companies keen to supply amphibious planes: Nitin Gadkari

Nitin Gadkari, however, made it clear that the proposal is at an early stage and involved multiple issues right from various regulatory permissions, route assessments, creation of hydro ports on the pattern of airports and seaports.

Spice Jet running short of planes, in talks with its lessors

SpiceJet lost 11 of its Boeing planes after court orders the aviation regulator to deregister the jets.

SpiceJet resumes operations after being grounded on fuel issue

The Bombay Stock Exchange sought clarification on Kapoor's assertion on resumption of flight operations.

Advertising

What's the big deal about taking sick leave even if you are hail and hearty?

If somebody wants to explore job prospects elsewhere, how can you possibly stop them?

Flight with J&K Dy CM makes emergency landing

Among the passengers were Tara Chand,Nasir Aslam Wani and several senior state government officials

CCI gives clean chit to private airlines in cartelisation case

The commission had also been asked to specifically probe whether the consumers were forced to purchase tickets online closer to the date of departure.

Airlines cock a snook at Patel,keep fares exorbitant

The 'exorbitant' fares charged by domestic carriers on some trunk routes have forced the government to haul up airlines and issue notices asking for an explanation on high fares.

Advertising