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Aviation war sometime away; AirIndia a spoiler: Experts

I Kapil Kaul, chief executive officer- India Subcontinent, Centre for Asia-Pacific Aviation, who believes otherwise, says the full impact of the latest entrant- Vistara will be felt in FY16. The market continues to be very challenging for the ..., 2 months ago
Why the 'fasten seatbelt' sign is on for SpiceJet Money Control, 2 months ago
Business Standard India

Departure time gets a new meaning in aviation

Stressful work schedules and limited growth opportunities are taking a toll on a large number of senior professionals in airlines Njuli Bhargava | New Delhi October 20, 2014 Last Updated at 22:30 IST The past four years have seen a steady stream of ...
 Business Standard India22 hours ago

Air Asia, Vistara book slots to fly from Delhi

The battle for domestic skies is set to shift to the national capital, with low-cost carriers AirAsia India and Vistara booking slots in the T-3 international airport here. Sources in the know confirmed Vistara, the joint venture between Tata Sons ...
 Business Standard India6 days ago AirAsia, Vistara book slots to fly from Delhi  Rediff.com5 days ago

Aviation min should scrap rule governing global ops experts

India is discriminating against its own airline companies with the 5/20 clause for starting international operations, industry experts have said, calling for scrapping of the rule. The 5/20 rule bars carriers from starting international ...
 Hindustan Times2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Vistara offers a ray of hope to full-service carriers

Most experts in the aviation business have written off full-service carriers.Over the last several years, low-cost carriers have steadily increased their market share to 70 per cent. The full-service carriers have done everything they can to hold on ...
 Smart Investor2 months ago Jet, Vistara poised to offer more full-service options  Economic Times2 months ago

India's airlines face severe talent crunch

Image: Airline staff face a crisis. Photograph: Reuters   Stressful work schedules and limited growth opportunities are taking a toll on a large number of senior professionals in airlines. The past four years have seen a steady stream of talent from the aviation sector leaving for industries such as hospitality, financial services, travel and infrastructure companies like GMR and GVK even as promoters of airline companies have been scrambling to bring in chief executives from overseas. ...
 Rediff.com8 hours ago

Airbus bullish on aircraft sales in India

Kiran Rao says Airbus will be number one in India for at least the next 10 years. The executive vice-president of the Toulouse-based plane manufacturer has reasons for his confidence. For one, it has just won the biggest single order globally, from IndiGo. Predictably, Boeing is not ready to concede defeat. Dinesh Keskar, its high-profile senior vice-president (sales) for the Asia-Pacific, dismisses all talk of India turning into an Airbus market and says they will dominate the wide-body ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago Airbus on cloud nine in India  Business Standard India1 day ago

Job prospects in airlines look up

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu Hiring is taking place in soon-to-be launched Vistara, the full service airline of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines. TOPICS Hiring is taking place in soon-to-be launched Vistara After a gap of ...
 The Hindu2 days ago

IndiGo to buy 250 Airbus A-320neo planes

Low-cost carrier IndiGo on Wednesday ordered 250 single-aisle 'A-320neo' planes from Airbus, the largest order in numbers for the European manufacturer that could fetch up to USD 25.7 billion or Rs 1.54 lakh crore. The new order follows IndiGo's order of 280 ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago IndiGo places record $25.5b order for 250 Airbus planes  The Financial Chronicle5 days ago

AirAsia has tougher battle on home turf

AirAsia's rival airlines in India have kept themselves super-busy in the past few months - by moving court against the former's launch, adding flights on the routes where AirAsia is operating, and engaging in a price war. On his part, AirAsia group ...
 Business Standard India1 week ago
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