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No relief for Kingfisher Airlines
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No relief for Kingfisher Airlines

Kingfisher Airlines and its promoter Vijay Mallya were declared wilful defaulters by United Bank of India on Monday. Photo: Mint New Delhi: A bench comprising justices Anil R. Dave and U.U. Lalit said a special leave petition filed by the ... Livemint.com, 6 hours ago
Wilful lenders Hindu Business Line, 11 hours ago
More curbs in offing for wilful defaulters Livemint.com, 1 day ago
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AAI tries to force airlines to use Chennai's 2nd runway

CHENNAI: Airports Authority of India (AAI) is now forcing reluctant airlines to land planes on the truncated second runway, though it does not have an instrument landing system at Chennai airport. The runway was opened to traffic in May but ...
 Times of India3 weeks ago Airport Authority of India to Develop 50 Low-Cost Airports  New Indian Express1 day ago AAI to Develop 50 Low-Cost Airports  Indiatimes15 hours ago Airports Authority of India to develop 50 low-cost airports  Economic Times1 day ago
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Airline industry suffered Rs 5,840 cr loss in 2012-13: Govt

The Indian airline industry suffered a total operating loss of over Rs 5,840 crore (Rs 58.40 billion), including over Rs 3,159 crore (Rs 31.59 billion) of Air India, in 2012-13, Rajya Sabha was informed on Tuesday. However, the losses to Air India as well as the private carriers have shown a declining trend since 2009-10 till 2012-13. IndiGo was the only airline to have reported profits during this period, barring 2011-12 when it made a loss of about Rs 88 crore (Rs 880 million), Minister of ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Over Rs 5,840 loss for Indian airline industry in 2012-13:Govt  Business Standard1 month ago Over Rs 5,840 cr loss for Indian airline industry, Air India leads pack: Centre  First Post.com1 month ago
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3 Indian airlines owe Rs 377 crore to AAI

Three private carriers jointly owe about Rs 377 crore (Rs 3.77 billion) as unpaid airport and other dues to the Airports Authority of India (AAI), including Rs 172.69 crore (Rs 1.73 billion) by defunct Kingfisher Airlines alone, between April and June. Cases have been filed in the Bombay high court against Kingfisher which has shut operations, Minister of State for Civil Aviation G M Siddeshwara said in reply to a question in the Lok Sabha. The total amount of penal interests charged from the ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Kingfisher, Jet group, SpiceJet owe about Rs 377 cr to AAI  Business Standard1 month ago

Air India may get private sector aviation expert as CMD

The next chairman will be chosen by the Public Enterprises Selection Board (PESB) and even airline honchos working in the private sector are allowed to apply for the job. NEW DELHI: Favouring technocrats over bureaucrats, the government is toying with the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Why bailing out private airlines by the government isn't a good idea  DNA1 month ago AI may get pvt sector aviation expert as CMD  Times of India1 week ago

Starshine for Air India

Air India’s acceptance into the elite and prestigious Star Alliance group of 26 airlines signals achche din (good days) ahead for the national carrier after a long time. It is also a recognition of the changing image of Air India, which could not get ...
 Asian Age2 months ago Air India joins Star Alliance group, revenues likely to rise  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago

Apollo Hospitals, Emirates join hands to bring Intl patients

One of India's private healthcare providers Apollo Hospitals has teamed up with Dubai-based Emirates airline to connect international patients seeking healthcare in India. As part of the tie-up, patients and their attendants from 19 countries ...
 Business Standard1 month ago

Financial Special: Other Leading Enterprise Network Equipment Vendors (2013-14)

ABS India Private Limited ABS India is a provider of enterprise communication solutions to large, medium, small and multi-location businesses. The company builds, implements, and maintains next-generation communication networks that enable ...
 Communications Today14 hours ago Finacial Special: Other Leading Telecom Equipment Vendors (2013-14)  Communications Today14 hours ago

India failed to take advantage of aviation boom, says Lufthansa's Wolfgang Will

India failed to take advantage of the fast-growing aviation market, as the country does not have enough home-grown airlines. As a result, aviation hubs have been transferred to West Asia from where major airlines have flooded the Indian market to ...
 Hindu Business Line2 days ago DEUTSCHE LUFTHANSA : India failed to take advantage of aviation boom, says lufthansa's wolfgang will  4 Traders17 hours ago
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Modi gives a fillip to private sector, but miles to go

The role of the proposed institution to provide support to efforts to mainstream the PPPs—called 3P India that is yet to take shape—will determine if government can indeed set right the model for private sector participation in infrastructure ...
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