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Alliance Air to add five new ATR planes by fiscal-end

Disinvestment-bound Air India's regional arm, Alliance Air, plans to induct five ATR planes in its fleet in as many months and will soon roll out flights to three new destinations as part of the government's UDAN scheme, a top official said.As of now, the ... Business Standard, 2 months ago
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'Private airports are not allowing UDAN vision'

'We have replaced an inefficient public sector with a monopolistic private sector.' Air Deccan, India’s first low-cost airline that made flying affordable for the middle class, is relaunching its operations from December 23. The airline’s promoter, G R Gopinath, bottom, left, tells Arindam Majumder about the hurdles it faced, the country’s aviation scene and much more. Excerpts: You were supposed to start operations by September. What took you so long? We faced huge problems ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Airlines on aggressive buying spree

Domestic airlines will buy 920 planes in the next few years in huge expansion plans worth billions of rupees, as Indian aviation sector is witnessing a growth in the number of fliers. Of this, around 50 aircraft will be inducted into service by various ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago
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Regional airlines hit air pocket

Because of lack of pilots, airlines have been forced to cancel their flights and rework their schedules, constraining cash flows and delaying vendor payments. The boom in domestic air travel has led to congested terminals and flight delays because the infrastructure at airports has not kept pace with the rate of growth.   But India’s new regional airlines are facing another challenge - lack of pilots. The stress signs are visible. Airlines have been forced to cancel their flights ...
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Airlines likely to hire over 7K pilots by 2022

These vacancies are likely to emerge as Indian airlines plan to induct more than 900 aircraft into their fleets in the coming years. Domestic carriers are expected to hire more than 7,000 pilots over the next five years, the government informed Parliament on Thursday.   These vacancies are likely to emerge as Indian airlines plan to induct more than 900 aircraft into their fleets in the coming years. "The Indian Scheduled Airline Operators have estimated employment opportunities for about ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

All eyes to be on AI disinvestment next year

With the domestic aviation market reaching a new high by flying 10 crore passengers this year, 2018 will be a big year for the sector when the government disinvests its stakes in national carrier Air India. The Group of Ministers (GoM) under Finance Minister ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Airlines offer rates for a Happy New Year

As 2017 draws to a close, airlines are lining up attractive offers and discounts on tickets, enabling patrons to make the most of the ongoing vacation season. SpiceJet has come out with a unique scheme by which, passengers who book a flight to a destination ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

DH 2017- A look back at the business of flying

It was the best of times and yet somehow it was the worst of times for the airline industry this year. Using this slightly altered quote written by Charles Dickens to begin the book "A tale of two cities," to describe the state of the aviation industry in ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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