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AAI help sought to revive airport
The Hindu

AAI help sought to revive airport

Plea to convene consultation with private airline operators : The State government has asked the Chairman of Airports Authority of India (AAI) to convene a consultation with private airline operators to resume flight services from Puducherry Airport. In a ... The Hindu, 3 weeks ago

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Spicejet sued

Private airline carrier SpiceJet, owned by Kalanidhi Maran’s Sun Group, has been sued by a catering firm providing in-flight services to the airline for allegedly failing to settle dues amounting to about Rs 8 crore.
 News Chennai Online1 day ago Govt may review global airline bilateral agreement method  Smart Investor1 day ago Indian nurses now caught in conflict …  Yahoo! India2 days ago SpiceJet defends stand, cites technical snag for flight delay  Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago

Over Rs 5,840cr loss for airline industry in 2012-13:Govt

The Indian airline industry suffered a total operating loss of over Rs 5,840 crore, including over Rs 3,159 crore of Air India, in 2012-13, Rajya Sabha was informed Tuesday. However, the losses to Air India as well as the private carriers have ...
 The Echo Of India1 week ago Airline industry suffered Rs 5,840 cr loss in 2012-13: Govt  Rediff.com1 week ago Over Rs 5,840 loss for Indian airline industry in 2012-13:Govt  Business Standard1 week ago Over Rs 5,840 crore loss for Indian airline industry in 2012-13: Govt  Daijiworldcom1 week ago

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 week ago Kingfisher, Jet group, SpiceJet owe about Rs 377 cr to AAI  Business Standard1 week ago Kingfisher, Jet, SpiceJet Owe About Rs 377 Cr to Airports Authority  NDTV1 week ago
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Air India pares losses; no plans to privatise

[NEW DELHI] State-run carrier Air India has pared its losses thanks to a better all-round performance, but the new right-wing government has no plans to privatise the flagship airline, a statement said. Air India, once the country's monopoly ...
 Business Times Singapore1 week ago AFP - India-airline-AirIndia-earnings-privatisation  Namibia Press Agency2 weeks ago Air India pares loss but no privatisation on horizon  Channel NewsAsia2 weeks ago Air India privatization an option, aviation minister says  Times of India2 months 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 Age1 month ago Air India joins Star Alliance group, revenues likely to rise  The Financial Chronicle1 month 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 Standard2 weeks ago

Cut taxes and airport charges to help Indian airlines: IATA

The IATA today appealed to the Narendra Modi-led government to slash taxes, restrain private airport operators from levying high charges and relax "excessive" regulations in the aviation industry to maximise India's full potential to generate economic growth.
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

New government not challenge to operations: AirAsia

Private airline AirAsia (India) Friday said there was no challenge in launching its domestic operation next month under the new central government despite BJP leader Subramanian Swamy opposing the licence granted to it."It (new central government) is no ...
 Prokerala2 months ago
Financial Express

Malaysia Airlines tragedies script woes for IndiGo, Air India, GoAir

The already struggling domestic airlines, including the national carrier Air India, may have to pay higher insurance premium this year following the twin tragedy of the Malaysian Airlines, industry officials said. The largest domestic carrier ...
 Financial Express1 week ago Twin tragedies push Malaysia Airlines to the brink  Deccan Herald3 days ago Malaysian Airlines tragedy to impact Indian airlines: will push up the insurance premium  DNA India1 week ago Airlines insurance premium set to jump on Malaysian tragedies  Rediff.com1 week ago
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