All posts tagged "Jet Airways"

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    Joon Takes Over Paris-Mumbai Service from Air France

    From 8th June 2018, Air France will hand over its Paris CDG-Mumbai service to Joon, the new-generation airline established...

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    Etihad Airways Partners Brand Unveiled

    Etihad Airways has unveiled Etihad Airways Partners, a new brand that brings together like-minded airlines to offer customers more choice through improved networks and schedules and enhanced frequent flyer benefits.Initially, six airlines will participate in the new partnership: airberlin, Air Serbia, Air Seychelles, Jet Airways, Darwin Airline, and Etihad Airways. Meanwhile, Etihad...

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    Etihad / Jet Complete 24% Equity Stake Transaction

    Etihad Airways and Jet Airways have announced that the airlines closed the transaction for the subscription of a 24% equity stake by Etihad Airways in Jet Airways. All requisite Indian regulatory approvals had been obtained by 12th November 2013.  Jet Airways has, on 20th November 2013, issued and allotted 27,263,372 equity shares...

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    Etihad to Increase Seats and Flights to India

    Etihad Airways is to greatly increase options for travel to and from India, introducing more flights and wide-bodied jets by the end of this year, and further increases and new routes next year, subject to regulatory approval. From 1st November 2013, Etihad plans to more than triple the number of seats it...

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    Etihad Going Double Daily to Kuala Lumpur

    Etihad Airways will add a new daily flight between Abu Dhabi and Kuala Lumpur to offer a double daily service from 15th July 15 2013. The new schedule will add 1,400 seats per week to the route – an increase in capacity of approximately 23%. James Hogan, President and Chief Executive, said:...

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    Air France-KLM and Jet Airways Sign Codeshare Agreement

    Air France-KLM and Jet Airways have signed a codeshare agreement that will “significantly improve” the choice of destinations for their passengers in India and Europe respectively. The arrangement is open for bookings for travel from tomorrow, Wednesday 19th June 2013.  The agreement enables Air France to market flights under AF flight numbers...

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    Etihad Confirms 24% Stake in Jet Airways

    On 22nd January 2013, Irish Travel Trade News reported that: “Etihad Airways could pay up to U$330 million for a 24% stake in Jet Airways, India’s second-biggest carrier.” Etihad has now confirmed that it will make a $379 million investment, buying 27.3 million new shares of Jet Airways at 754.74 rupees per...

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    Etihad Buys Jet Airways Heathrow Slots, Launches New Global Advertising Campaign

    Etihad Airways has concluded a transaction with Jet Airways to purchase the Indian carrier’s three pairs of London Heathrow slots for US$70 million. The airline also launches a new global brand advertising campaign on Sunday, 3rd March 2013, when its new television commercial (TVC) is aired. The Heathrow slots purchase is part...

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    Etihad to Buy Into Jet Airways?

    Etihad Airways will finalise a deal to buy a stake in India’s Jet Airways on Friday, according to a TV report.  CNBC TV18 reported on what would be the first such investment by a foreign carrier in an Indian airline since rules were relaxed last year. A deal may be announced as...

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    Kingfisher’s Flying Permit Lapses

    India’s debt-ridden Kingfisher Airlines, which has been grounded since October after repeated strikes by employees over unpaid wages, has seen its flying permit lapse after a 1st January deadline to renew its suspended license expired. The airline had failed to provide additional details on operational funding, but can apply for reinstatement of...

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    Jet Airways to Launch JetKonnect Rebranding

    India’s Jet Airways is to rebrand its two low-cost subsidiaries, JetLite and Jet Airways Konnect, as JetKonnect from 25th March 2012, with a new website going live the following day. All aircraft of the two carriers will be given JetKonnect livery, while cabin crew will adopt the same uniform as those of...

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    Indian Carriers Address Financial Problems

    National carrier Air India has asked the government for almost €1 billion in State aid, while private full-service airline Kingfisher has cancelled 50 loss-making flights, is phasing out low-cost subsidiary Kingfisher Red and plans a financial restructure, and Jet Airways wants to convert rupee-dominated loans into US dollar debt. Low-cost carrier IndiGo...