Air India crisis: Without a buyer, struggling national carrier might be forced to shut down in six months, says official
As per the government, it has infused funds to the tune of Rs 30,520.21 crore in Air India from financial year 2011-12 till December this year.
Air India continues to regain market share and is a clear No 2 right now. Is it doing something right or is it just the short-term effect of fare cuts?
Air India's VRS plan is going to be vetted by the aviation ministry and the finance ministry is unlikely to be amused with its demand for more money
Air India's pilots are raising another banner of revolt over the number of flying hours they have to put in
The impasse notwithstanding, the pilots have not threatened to restart their agitation and would await further developments in the court Monday.
The conciliation proceedings before the CLC have been scheduled after the Delhi high court on Tuesday directed the pilots to call off their agitation and asked the management to sympathetically consider their grievances, including reinstatement of 101 sacked pilots.
The court-mandated end to the Air India strike is not good for the future of the airline of its real owners - the taxpayers.
An Air India board meeting today will decide on whether it should reduce the number of pilots flying wide-body aircraft should be cut.
Air India pilots who have been on strike since 7 May and pledging their allegiance to the Indian Pilots Guild participated in a hunger strike against Air India's management in Mumbai today.
The Air India staff reduction plan calls for giving staff a VRS package that would be largely based on stock options
With Air india's stand-in executive pilots calling sick, the airline may have to opt for a partial shutdown in the near future.
Hardening its stand, Government today made it clear that it is not waiting for striking Air India pilots to return to work but making plans to move ahead with fresh inductions.
Air India's striking pilots have begun applying for jobs in other airlines.
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh denied having recommended the sacking of the striking pilots.
The pilots want to end the strike, andAjit Singh wants to teach them a lesson without having the wherewithal. Neither party can really win this round.
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh asked Air Indian employees why they could not turn around the airline in a year, as JAL did?
Even as experts ponder the possibility of demerger, the news for Air India's striking pilots is getting worse. The medical summary has called their bluff
Air India's striking pilots are between a rock and a hard place. With the minister taking a tough stand, many stand to lose their licences