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IndiGo profits jump six times in FY13

a time when most of the Indian airlines are struggling, Gurgaon-based IndiGo Airlines reported a sharp jump in its yearly net profit, boosted by capacity expansion and higher revenues.Quotes...
Source : Yahoo Finance |
Category : Personal Finance

IndiGo, India's Largest And Most Profitable Airline, Wooed By Global Banks For A Role In $400M IPO

IndiGo, India's Largest And Most Profitable Airline, Wooed By Global Banks For A Role In $400M IPOPassengers disembark from an IndiGo Airlines A320 aircraft at Bengaluru International Airport in Bangalore on March 7, 2012.At least nine banks are vying for a role in the upcoming public offer of India's largest and most profitable airline, according to local reports.IndiGo, a low-cost carrier with a...
Category : Business

Jet Airways may reposition as full-service airline

Naresh Goyal-promoted Jet Airways may switch shift to low-fare airline like IndiGo to becoming a full-service network carrier.(India) Ltd may reposition it again as a full-service airline as part of its alignment with Etihad Airways PJSC, media report says.Naresh Goyal-promoted Jet Airways may switch shift to low-fare airline like IndiGo to becoming a full-service network carrier.Reports said that...
Source : Indiainfoline |
Category : Business | City : Mumbai

Manpower Ministry may work with private jobs portals on the national jobs bank

The Manpower Ministry (MOM) may work with private jobs banks to better match Singaporean job seekers with vacancies, even as it sets up a national jobs bank. -- ST FILE PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERNThe Manpower Ministry (MOM) may work with private jobs banks to better match Singaporean job seekers with vacancies, even as it sets up a national jobs bank."We are more than open to consider how we can collaborate...
Source : Straits Times |
Category : International

Australia Job Vacancies Fall 14.9% In November

Australia's total number of job vacancies dropped 14.9 percent on year in November, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Wednesday, falling to 140,000. Compared to the previous three months, total job vacancies eased 0.3 percent after rising 3.1 percent in the three months to October. Private sector job vacancies dipped 0.1 percent in the past three months and 15.1 percent on year, falling to...
Source : Indiainfoline |
Category : Commodities

Flight aborts after Bird-Hit at NSCBI Airport

Indigo Airlines Airbus-320 bound for Bhubaneswar aborted its flight after being hit by a bird while the flight was in its final run for takeoff this morning, airport sources...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : National

Indigo plane catches fire in Kathmandu, passengers safe

rear landing gear of an Indigo Airlines aircraft caught fire after landing at Kathmandus Tribhuvan International Airport (TIA) Saturday afternoon, airport officials said, adding all the passengers...
Source : Webindia123 |
Category : Headlines

Jump in UK job vacancies led by transport and retail sectors

A good Christmas to look for a job? Recruitment firm reports jump in UK job vacancies - but salaries are still below 2009 levelsThe UK jobs market looks set for a bumper Christmas, with the transport and retail sectors showing huge increases in vacancies advertised compared to this time last year, according to new research.Recruitment firm Reed said a study of 160,000 vacancies on its website revealed...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

Number of job vacancies leap 14% in a year as manufacturing and engineering sectors surge but averag

job vacancies leap 14% in a year as manufacturing and engineering sectors surge but average salaries plummet £2,000The number of job vacancies in Britain leapt 14 per cent in January compared to a year ago and is soon set to top 800,000, a report claimed today.Jobs website Adzuna said the growth in jobs has been the result of a ‘dramatic’ increase in manufacturing and engineering jobs, fuelled by strong...
Source : dailymail |
Category : Business

Qatar Airways wants stake in India's IndiGo: chief

Qatar Airways is interested in buying into India's budget airline IndiGo, the head of the fast-growing Gulf carrier said on Monday."We are very keen on investing in IndiGo if it's available," Qatar Airways chief executive Akbar Al Baker said, praising the airline as "the most successful Indian carrier". IndiGo is "the most efficient Indian carrier and the most progressive Indian carrier We love to...
Source : Asianage |
Category : National
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