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Air India departs from 'lobby' of private airlines
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?I have stopped travelling by Air India because of operational issues of the airlines. Forget about cancellation, they do not even inform about flight delays in advance. One can never expect any facilities or damage control from them" Dewang ... 4 Traders, 45 minutes ago
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Flight delays hit passengers

01:00 am Indore : Tuesday was the black day for passengers of leading private airlines Spicejet and Air India. Spicejet cancelled its evening flights on Tuesday and Wednesday at the eleventh hour. The airlines cited the reason for the operational ...
 The Freepress Journal3 weeks ago Air India left 50,000 of flyers stranded in October  Economic Times1 day ago AI flight delays hit as many as 50k flyers in Oct; monthly average is 25k across carriers  Times of India1 day ago

Accident with buffalo: Spicejet wants AAI to settle Rs. 8 crore damage

Private airline company Spicejet may file police police complaint against the Airport Authority of India for Rs. 8 crore damage to its aircraft due to negligence of AAI. On 6 November, Spicejet aircraft faced accident with a buffalo during ...
 DeshGujarat1 week ago Inaugurated by Pratibha Patil in 2008, this Rs 12.52 crore Meghalaya airport almost lies forgotten  Indian Express1 week ago
Deccan Chronicle

Jet Airways starts direct flight from Goa to Abu Dhabi

direct flight, Jet Airways will be India's first private airline to operate over 50 daily flights to multiple destinations in the Gulf, says official. Panaji: Private carrier Jet Airways has started a new daily direct flight linking Goa with Abu Dhabi. The ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Jet announces Pune-Abu Dhabi service  Times of India2 months ago Jet Airways launches Lucknow-Abu Dhabi direct flight  Business Standard India1 week ago

How rising competition adds to Air India's woes

Air India’s monopoly ended in 1991 when private-sector companies were allowed to enter commercial aviation. Till then, the national carrier was the king and passengers had to pay a fortune to fly. The result of competition has been predictable. With so much choice, Air India is in serious trouble. The national carrier’s market share has declined from a near-monopoly to 16.6 per cent as of September 2014. The airline has accumulated losses of about Rs 20,000 crore (Rs 200 billion), ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago Private airlines fly better despite peer pressure  Business Standard India3 weeks ago

Airlines Demand End To Landing Fee For Small Planes

Domestic airlines have asked the Indian government to consider doing away with airport landing and parking charges for aircraft with less than 80 seats at 11 privatised airports like those at Delhi and ...
 Businessworld India8 hours ago Airlines seek infrastructure status to help raise funds  Hindu Business Line21 hours ago

West Asian airlines to be hit if smaller towns are off limits

Plans of West Asian airlines Emirates, FlyDubai and Qatar Airways to expand operations in India may be affected by an aviation ministry proposal to restrict foreign carriers from adding new flights to airports beyond Delhi, Mumbai, Chennai, Kolkata, ...
 Business Standard India1 day ago

A-I profits may dip

The first board meeting of Air-India chaired by Mr. Russi Mody today passed the annual accounts of the airlines for 1993-94 which showed a profit of Rs. 201 crores. However, the board was told that in 1994- 9 5 Air-India will post a net profit of ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago

DGCA rolls back proposal to redefine private airlines

Aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has rolled back its previous proposal to re-designate all non-scheduled operator permit (NSOP) holders with less than three aircraft as private airlines within a month on the back of ...
 Financial Express1 week ago DGCA suspends 8 pilots, warns 57 for flying with improper licences  Domain Business5 days ago DGCA lets small airlines keep flying  DNA India1 week ago Proposal Could Force Charter Players to Suspend Ops.  Helicopter Association Int.2 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Tariff-based bids may make debut in airport operations

NEW DELHI: In an attempt to protect consumers and airlines from escalating prices at private airports, the Ministry of Civil Aviation may, for the first time, seek tariff-based bids from companies seeking to operate airfields at Jaipur and ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Airports may be privatised on basis of tariff to safeguard passengers against high user charges  Business Standard India1 week ago New PPP model for airport projects to take-off soon  Business Standard India1 week ago
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