Amber Dubey decodes what 100 per cent FDI in airlines really means and why India needs to stop blocking competition if it ever wants to become the top aviation market. IMAGE: Marking the launch of flights by the British Airways Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner from London to New Delhi at Heathrow Airport in 2015. India suffers from poor global air connectivity and it is self-inflicted. While leading airports provide connections to over 200 global destinations, India's largest airport, Delhi, connects ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago
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SYDNEY - Both Airbus and Boeing now offer aircraft that appear capable of flying non-stop commercial flights from Sydney to London - the "Holy Grail" for Australian carrier Qantas Airways Ltd. As long as oil prices don't go much higher than around $70 per ...Sify, 3 weeks ago
SpiceJet has seen eight profitable quarters since its most turbulent phase in 2014, when Ajay Singh retook its controls. As the low-cost airline looks at the future, it has laid focus on profitability, rather than market share. In a discussion with DH, Singh ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
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