Malaysia Airlines eyes 15% rise in passenger load from India

Runway falls short for Kingfisher
Hindu Business Line
Worse, the airline also wrote to the authorities saying that seven ATR and three Airbus aircraft from its fleet would now be non-operational. This means the airline is not operating 10 of the 16 aircraft in its fleet. Authorities claimed that the ...
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Malaysia Airlines eyes 15% rise in passenger load from India
Times of India
Mumbai: Malaysia Airlines, the national carrier of Malaysia, expects 15 per cent growth of passenger load from India in 2012. "Despite the economic slowdown worldwide, India is a growth-centric market for us. We are expecting 15 per cent growth in ...
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IAG may look to buy stake in American Airlines
Reuters India
LONDON (Reuters) - British Airways parent International Airlines Group (IAG) (ICAG.L) may consider taking a stake in its oneworld alliance partner American Airlines, a move that could block any takeover of American by IAG rival Delta (DAL.N). "We would ...
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Submit foreign operation plans by Aug-end: Min to airlines
Zee News
But Kingfisher Airlines has stopped its entire international operations, while Air India's global flights have come down due to the recent 58-day pilots' strike. The national carrier, however,is now in the process of resuming several of its ...
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American Airlines considers strategic options
Financial Times
American Airlines will decide within weeks whether to pursue a merger, including the “attractive option” of merging with smaller rival US Airways, the bankrupt carrier's chief executive told the Financial Times. Tom Horton, who took the helm at AMR ...
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In the know How to avoid paying extra baggage fees
Boston Globe
With no industry-wide standards, baggage fees vary from airline to airline, confusing even the savviest consumer. These fees can add a significant — and often unpredictable — surcharge to the already high cost of flying. During the first quarter of ...
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Submit foreign operation plans by August-end, civil aviation ministry tells ...
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Indian carriers, most of which have planned to expand foreign operations from this winter, have been asked by civil aviation ministry to submit their international flight plans till 2014 by this month end. The ministry's move comes in the ...
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Italy: Failed airline deal grounds hundreds
Huffington Post
MILAN — Hundreds of Wind Jet airline passengers have been stranded due to the failure of Alitalia's deal to purchase the Sicily-based low-cost carrier. Wind Jet officially stopped operating flights Sunday during what is traditionally Italy's peak ...
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Vietnam airline fined for bikini incident on jet flight
Examiner.com
VietJet Air (VJ) a low-cost carrier in Vietnam has been fined by the country's Civil Aviation Administration for holding an unauthorized parade of bikini-clad beauty queens aloft. The incident happened on one of its Airbus A320-200 planes, operating as ...
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Suit: Spirit Airlines misled people on fees
Denver Post
MIRAMAR, fla. — Spirit Airlines has been hit with a federal lawsuit that claims it misled passengers by implying that a usage fee was a government-required charge. A Miami law firm has filed a class-action lawsuit against Spirit over fees that were ...
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