The aviation industry's crony links and the government's efforts to keep Indian airlines Indian are quietly dying an unsung death. The Indian cats have lost out to the monkeys
The Tata forays into civil aviation have been jinxed for over two decades now. With the minority partnership with Air Asia fare better?
Air Asia head, Tony Fernandes said he had no immediate plans to enter the Indian market because he thought the aviation fuel tax and airport charges were still too high.
The market may look chock-a-block. But there will be enough room for the incumbents to generate revenue, feel some analysts.