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India-based airlines Kingfisher and Jet Airways, which recently formed a cost-saving alliance, plan to send back 15 narrow-bodied leased aircrafts to the leasing companies, after their leases end later in 2008 and in 2009, according to media reports.
Business in brief AVIATION Kingfisher Airlines, the Indian carrier that launched its first international service just over a month ago, has shelved plans to expand its global flights.
By Shobha John It was meant to be an engine of growth. But most low-cost carriers in India have now hit an air pocket.
By Lim, Kenny MUMBAI India's Kingfisher Airlines has awarded its advertising account to JWT Mumbai, shifting the business from incumbent Equus Red Cell, as the domestic carrier prepares to expand global operations next month.
By Manju V MUMBAI: The demarcating line between low-cost carriers and full- fare airlines may get blurred if Kingfisher Red's competitors, too, follow its decision to serve free hot and cold snacks on flights.
By Manju V MUMBAI: Some time next month, a cabin crew member of a low-cost airline will wheel out an in-flight catering cart laden with steaming idli-sambhar or dahi vada or kathi rolls. And the announcement that the meal is on the airline will be the icing on the cake.
By Saurabh Sinha NEW DELHI: The Kingfisher-Deccan combine may have started operating flights on a common code named IT, but Air India and Indian Airlines that integrated last August may continue using two codes, AI and IA, at least for two more quarters.
By Anshul Dhamija Bangalore: Considering an overseas vacation but put off by high airfares? Here's your chance. Flying abroad from Bangalore just got cheaper than flying within India.
By Arpit Basu KOLKATA: Here's some real good news for those travelling by low- cost carriers (LCCs), Kingfisher Red (Deccan) and JetLite.
By Kushan Mitra Jet Airways has declared a large profit of Rs 143 crore for the first quarter ended June, but most of it is the result of the way it now depreciates its smaller Boeing 737 and ATR planes.
- A poem in which the author retracts something said in an earlier poem.