Indian budget carrier SpiceJet lost Rs3.1 billion ($50.2 million) in the three months to September 30, the company said late on Friday, less than the Rs5.6 billion ($91 million) it lost last year after it lowered fares to fill more seats.
India's low-cost carrier SpiceJet has sought 7,000 seats a week to Qatar, according to a newspaper report.
The report in the Times of India speculated whether the airline was in talks with Qatar Airways for a stake sale similar to t
Indian budget airline SpiceJet has agreed to buy about 40 Boeing 737 jets worth over $4 billion at list prices, industry sources said, a move that could help the loss-making carrier as it seeks new investors.
The deal includes a f
Low cost carrier SpiceJet has launched its inaugural flight from the bustling Indian city of Pune to Sharjah, making it the airline's second destinantion in the UAE after Dubai.
The airline will be operating four days a
Qatar Airways is not interested in buying a stake in budget carrier SpiceJet Ltd or any other Indian airline, the carrier's chief executive said on Tuesday.
Shares in SpiceJet rose 4.1 percent on Tuesday after the Times of I
UAE national airline Etihad Airways is in talks with loss-making Indian carrier Jet Airways for acquiring a minority stake and also a strategic partnership with the carrier, an Indian government source said.
Talks between Jet and Etihad
Indian low-cost airline SpiceJet is in "very preliminary" discussions with various Gulf carriers for possible investments, but any decision will be taken only after the government relaxes rules, a spokeswoman told Reu
Indian low-cost carrier, SpiceJet, has announced the launch of its Dubai operations with daily flights to Delhi and Mumbai, as part of its continuing strategic expansion into international markets.
Senior officials of the airline said they
Indian low-cost carrier SpiceJet is set to launch daily services to India’s two biggest metros Delhi and Mumbai from Dubai starting from June 25 as part of its global expansion plans.
Announcing the launch, SpiceJet CEO Neil Mills said it