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Some Pilots at Jet Airways Unit Quit: Report
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Pilots quit Jetlite after terms tweaked

Trouble is brewing again in private carrier Jet Airways as some of its subsidiary airline JetLite‚Äôs pilots have quit, serving notice to the management alleging change in service conditions. JetLite was originally Air Sahara before being acquired by Jet ... Asian Age, 1 week ago

Kingfisher redux? Sahara employee commits suicide after not getting salary for 4 months

Sahara's long-drawn dispute with regulator Sebi over investor repayments has begun to take its toll on the group's employees. In a tragic incident,a deputy manager with Sahara India Co-operative Society who hadnot receivedhis salary for four months ...
 Firstpost.com6 days ago Sahara employee commits suicide  MSN News5 days ago

EAC tourism assessment shows yawning gap

THE East Africa Community is a leading tourist destination in Sub Sahara Africa. In 2012, tourism in East Africa is reported to have contributed US$12.8bn with the industry's total contribution to the GDP ranging between 4.8 per cent on the lower ...
 Daily News TSN2 weeks ago East Africa: EAC Tourism Assessment Shows Yawning Gap  AllAfrica.com2 weeks ago
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Narasimha Rao's govt backed out after asking Tatas to start airlines, reveals Ratan Tata

New Delhi: The Tata Group's plans to launch an airline in the mid-1990s was scuttled despite the backing of then prime minister P V Narasimha Rao's govt. This was revealed by Ratan Tata, chairman emeritus, on Wednesday during the event to celebrate ...
 India TV1 month ago Narasimha Rao asked JRD Tata to start airline, then backed out  Economic Times1 month ago Narasimha Rao govt asked Tata to start airline, then backed out  Times of India1 month ago

40 Years Ago...And now: A roller coaster ride for India's airlines

Very few flights, fixed fares and virtually non-existent airport security, manual ticketing and check-in processes and absence of loyalty programmes were the order of the day.  Image: Air India had monopoly on foreign routes. Photograph: Reuters     From the late 1970s to the early 1990s, Indian Airlines had to take permission of the Gujarat High Court every time it wanted to revise airfares, recalls T V Dorairaj, retired general manager. This was due to a writ petition by ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago 40 Years Ago...And now: Air travel - Fixed fares to dynamic pricing  Smart Investor1 month ago Air travel - Fixed fares to dynamic pricing  Business Standard India1 month ago

Etihad names new GM in S. Africa

Etihad Airways, the national airline of the UAE has appointed announced John Friel as its new GM in South Africa. Based at the airline's offices in Johannesburg, Friel is responsible for leading Etihad Airways commercial operations in South Africa ...
 Arab News1 month ago Etihad Airways appoints general manager for South Africa  BreakingTravelNews4 weeks ago Etihad Airways appoints new general manager in South Africa  Travel and Tour World1 month ago Etihad Airways appoints new General Manager in South Africa  Just 4 Airlines1 month ago

India's market watchdog questions ownership of Sahara properties - sources

MUMBAI, Feb 11 (Reuters) - Officials at India's market regulator, which is seeking redress for millions of investors it says were burnt in conglomerate Sahara's illegal bond scheme, say the group may not wholly own some of the properties in India it ...
 CNBC1 month ago SEBI questions ownership of Sahara properties  Sify1 month ago

Tata-SIA's 20-year wait to fly ends today

When Vistara, the full-service joint venture between the Tatas and Singapore Airlines, takes off on its maiden flight on Friday, it will be the culmination of the two partners turbulent history of trying to fly in India for 20 years. For the Tata ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago Two decades in the departure lounge  Smart Investor2 months ago Tata-SIA's 2-decade wait at departure lounge ends today  Rediff.com2 months ago

With Vistara, a Tata airline is reborn

An airline’s birth is a result of passion and enterprise, often not without its challenges and ordeals. And, Tata-run airlines are no exception Image: "Growing organisations in any field must constantly evolve, accept or even seek new ideas, new visions, and new enthusiasms." - JRD Tata. Photograph, courtesy: Vistara/Facebook. On the afternoon of October 15, 1932, the Postmaster of Bombay and other dignitaries assembled in the city’s Juhu area to welcome a tiny Puss Moth aircraft ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Tata's new airline ready for takeoff  Nikkei Asian Review2 months ago
Business Standard India

A fortnight after launch, Vistara load factor at 56%

Has a passenger load factor of 55% in the busy Delhi-Mumbai sector, compared with 80-85% in other airlines Roudra Bhattacharya & Surajeet Dasgupta | New Delhi January 28, 2015 Last Updated at 00:50 IST Related News A fortnight after launch, Vistara ...
 Business Standard India2 months ago
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