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Mar 15, 2017
Socialist legacy: India's PSU losses up 55% in a year as red ink spreads to SAIL, BHELPM Narendra Modi made a pledge to US investors almost two years ago and repeated this to German investors recently: the government has no business to do business. So why does India still have 235 Central Public Sector Undertakings (PSUs)?
Mar 03, 2017
Kingfisher Airlines: Now Vijay Mallya says faulty aircraft engines also led to co collapseNot surprised at DGCA enquiry into Pratt & Whitney aircraft engines, Vijay Mallya said in a tweet
Mar 03, 2017
Air India revival: Lenders right in rejecting equity for debt, govt clueless about next moveIt is quite clear that those tasked with running Air India don’t seem to have a clue how to go about resurrecting it
Feb 20, 2017
Almost 30% flights delayed: India's airports are choked as traffic continues to climbIn January at least one in four flights into or from the country’s four busiest airports – Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and Bangalore – was delayed.
Jan 18, 2017
Indian aviation is growing but it's straining airports: Why 1 in 4 flights are getting delayedIndia’s aviation traffic almost doubled in the last six years. Airport capacity hasn’t. Infrastructure has failed to keep pace with traffic growth fueled by rising incomes and affordable fares.
Jan 06, 2017
Turning around Air India: No Ashwani Lohani, it's not only about debt pileIt is over simplification of what ails actually the national carrier
Dec 28, 2016
IndiGo, SpiceJet aircraft came face to face at Delhi Airport: Human error, says AAIIndia is one of the fastest growing aviation markets across the globe and any increase in safety related incidents is obviously a cause for worry.
Dec 27, 2016
Air safety incidents at Delhi and Goa: Is it 'human' factor or shortage of staff at ATC?Data from DGCA shows that air safety incidents, which prompted regulatory action, reached 280 this year till August, beating the 275 all of last year
Dec 23, 2016
Civil Aviation Minister Raju: Biometric systems for passengers at airports are a good ideaGiving strong indications, Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju said that having biometric systems for passengers at airports appear to be a good idea.
Dec 21, 2016
NGT slaps fine of Rs 50,000 on airlines dumping human waste from airplanes...no, reallyHuman waste being splattered on houses from airplanes while landing, on Monday led the National Green Tribunal to slap a fine of Rs 50,000 on the airline whose aircraft empties toilet tanks on air.