Indian LCC SpiceJet and Singapore’s largest budget airline Tigerair have signed a three-year interline agreement for more connectivity between flights operated by both carriers. The connections will be through the Hyderabad airport in south India. The alliance is part of the heightened activity in the Indian airline space, as more airlines are launching operations. The two airlines have reportedly been in discussions for an equity stake. Indian business conglomerate, the Tata group, ...
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