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Jul 3, 2015

Air India and its Leh troubles: airline under DGCA probe along with GoAir

Aviation regulator DGCA may issue a notice to Air India and GoAir for operating flights to Leh in bad weather on June 26. #air india #DGCA #GoAir #leg #Leh

Jul 1, 2015

IndiGo profits: Lowest cost structure, highest margins among all Indian airlines?

IndiGo's aggression and what some call an overoptimistic assessment of the growth potential of Indian aviation market was apparent from day one. #air india #Aviation #Business #CompanyWatch #Draft Red Herring Prospectus #GoAir #IndiGo #Jet Airways #SpiceJet

Jun 30, 2015

Rahul effect? Govt doesn’t want to be pro-corporate, goes slow on scrapping 5/20 in aviation

Fear of a bitter campaign by a united Opposition is a large factor in the ministry of civil aviation dragging its feet on any decision vis-a-vis the 5/20 rule #5/20 rule #Aviation #Rahul Gandhi

Jun 29, 2015

Taxiing for long, aviation ministry set to take off under Mahesh Sharma

Policy issues such as a decision on scrapping the 5/20 rule, putting in place a comprehensive civil aviation policy and a policy on air services agreements with other countries were left hanging #5/20 rule #AAI #DGCA #Mahesh Sharma #Ministry of Civil Aviation

Jun 22, 2015

IndiGo closing in on 40% market share, SpiceJet scripts remarkable turnaround

Jet Airways' domestic network seems to have taken the worst hit during the five months under review - combined market share of Jet Airways and JetLite has fallen from 24.1 percent in January to just 21.5 percent now. #AirAsia #Aviation #DGCA #GoAir #IndiGo #Jet Airways #JetLite #NewsTracker #SpiceJet #Vistara

Jun 17, 2015

Tatas’ move to gain management control in AirAsia India may raise questions

According to multiple sources, Tata Sons may be already in discussions with Telestra Tradeplace's Arun Bhatia for buying out much or all of his 21 percent stake in AirAsia India at undisclosed valuations. #AirAsia India #Arun Bhatia #Aviation #Business #CompanyWatch #Competition Commission #Federation of Indian Airlines #Singapore Airlines #Tata Sons #Telestra Tradeplace #Tony Fernandes #Vistara

Jun 10, 2015

Jet beats competition with business class discounts, sees 50% jump in bookings

With Jet gaining the first mover advantage, will Air India rise from slumber and draft another offer for getting some passengers on seats in the front of the aircraft? #air india #Aviation #Business #CompanyWatch #Jet Airways #monsoon sale #Vistara

Jun 8, 2015

Masterstroke? SpiceJet signs deal to sell tickets to waitlisted railway travellers

If this IRCTC tie-up works, it could generate significant passenger volumes for SpiceJet. #HowThisWorks #Indian Railways #SpiceJet #tickets

Jun 5, 2015

Guess what? Budget airlines’ fares only slightly lower than full service ones, reveals DGCA study

Almost all airlines have been charging similar average fares from passengers all of 2014. #airlines #Budget #didyouknow #Full-service #India

Jun 1, 2015

Mahesh Sharma to meet airlines soon before starting airfare regulation

India is moving ahead to put in place some sort of airfare regulation in place. Speaking to Firstpost, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma said he will call airline representatives for a meeting within the next two weeks to discuss a mechanism to regulate fares. His emphasis is especially on exorbitant last minute fares which have lead hundreds of Members of Parliament and the general public to protests. #A Gajapathi Raju #AERA #airlines #DGCA