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Jul 25, 2012
Air India grounds crew mum over mid-air turbulenceOn 5 July, an Air India Delhi-Shanghai flight caught in a major turbulence mid-air, resulting in as many as 18 passengers sustaining injuries.
Jul 12, 2012
Jet in chop and change mode: costs, staff, routes, everythingJet is revamping routes, costs and strategies in order to return to the black by the end of this financial year.
Apr 12, 2012
How to cut 18,000 staff the Air India way: Just hive them off!Air India has the most bloated workforce in the industry. But can just hiving them off into separate companies work?
Apr 03, 2012
SpiceJet, Reliance and the direct jet fuel import farceSpiceJet has reportedly asked Reliance to arrange for direct jet fuel imports. But, is buying from Reliance or Essar really direct import?
Mar 19, 2012
Kingfisher's licence may be suspended any time nowThe government is not happy with Kingfisher's reply on why its licence should not be suspended or cancelled. Is it all over for the airline?
Mar 14, 2012
Kingfisher's death throes: Ops down to half of normalCompared to a summer schedule of 199 daily flights, Kingfisher is now down to just about 101. A further downward spiral cannot be ruled out .
Mar 13, 2012
Aviation options: 50 percent hike in spot fares or slow deathSpot air fares will have to rise 50 percent to make aviation in India viable. This means consumers have been subsidised too much for too long
Mar 12, 2012
Kingfisher cancels 40 flights as pilots skip workKingfisher is now into a death spiral. Its international operations are now being cancelled one by one after the IATA suspension
Mar 10, 2012
With Kingfisher stuck in quicksand, Air India scripts a revivalAir India is scripting a new revival plan and rejigging its summer schedule. Most low-cost flights are also in the works
Mar 02, 2012
'No bailout' chant on Kingfisher gets shriller, but what about AI?A group of activists have written to the PM asking him not to bail out Kingfisher. But is Air India any more worthy of a bailout?