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Air India bailout: Discussions on revival package for beleaguered airline at 'advanced stage', says Jayant Sinha
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Air India bailout: Discussions on revival package for beleaguered airline at 'advanced stage', says Jayant Sinha

Last week, the finance ministry reportedly rejected aviation ministry's proposal to waive Air India's working capital debt of Rs 30,000 crore in one go.

Qatar Airways expresses interest in Air India without 'baggage', says it needs strong partner for acquisition
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Qatar Airways expresses interest in Air India without 'baggage', says it needs strong partner for acquisition

Reports suggest that Air India is currently in debt to the tune of Rs. 500 billion, and reported a loss of Rs. 57.6 billion in March last year.

Air India's balance sheet is splashed with red ink; if the govt won't sell the ailing carrier, it has to bear the cross
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Air India's balance sheet is splashed with red ink; if the govt won't sell the ailing carrier, it has to bear the cross

Air India has logged losses for over a decade, has a debt of over Rs 50,000 crore and faces stiff competition from private airlines. What should the government's focus be?

Air India flop show: An IPO of the white elephant is out of question; govt better revise terms of sale to attract bidders
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Air India flop show: An IPO of the white elephant is out of question; govt better revise terms of sale to attract bidders

SEBI rule state that a company has to log profits for three preceding years before going public. Air India hasn’t made any profit for over a decade

Air India disinvestment: Govt moves deadline to receive bids to 31 May as it struggles to find suitor for 'Maharaja'
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Air India disinvestment: Govt moves deadline to receive bids to 31 May as it struggles to find suitor for 'Maharaja'

The government on Tuesday extended the deadline for submission of 'Expression of Interest' (EoI) bids under Air India's divestment process to 31 May, 2018

Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?
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Markets ignore months of turbulence at IndiGo; but will piloting the airline be easy post Aditya Ghosh's departure?

As IndiGo undergoes changes, navigates hiccups and learns what it's like to be steered by unfamiliar hands, it was perhaps time for Ghosh to quit.

Air India disinvestment: Govt may allow holding company structure for carrier; won't permit merger with other brands initially
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Air India disinvestment: Govt may allow holding company structure for carrier; won't permit merger with other brands initially

Government has reportedly decided to allow holding company structure for debt-laden Air India and it believes that the move will attract suitors

Air India privatisation: Etihad Airways mulls bid for ailing national carrier, sends feelers to Anil Ambani's ADAG
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Air India privatisation: Etihad Airways mulls bid for ailing national carrier, sends feelers to Anil Ambani's ADAG

Talks between Etihad and R-ADAG are unlikely to translate into a partnership. A buyer has to take on a debt of around Rs 33,000 crore.

Air India privatisation: Unions claim bidders are 'arm twisting' govt to sell national carrier for cheap
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Air India privatisation: Unions claim bidders are 'arm twisting' govt to sell national carrier for cheap

Alleging that probable bidders are using "arm twisting tactics" to force govt to sell national carrier for cheap, Air India unions said they will take up issue with PMO

Air India divestment: The curious case of the missing suitor could force Centre to dilute bidding criterion for national carrier
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Air India divestment: The curious case of the missing suitor could force Centre to dilute bidding criterion for national carrier

Ailing Air India and its group entities are up for grabs. However, almost every suitor named by Indian media so far has been quick to issue a denial

Air India sale: Tatas may not be interested without Singapore Airlines, substantial debt write-off
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Air India sale: Tatas may not be interested without Singapore Airlines, substantial debt write-off

The Tatas already run two joint venture airlines — AirAsia India and Vistara — and may want to buy into Air India not just for its assets but also for emotional reasons

Air India has 5 times more debt than Jet Airways, 16 times than IndiGo: A comparison in 15 charts
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Air India has 5 times more debt than Jet Airways, 16 times than IndiGo: A comparison in 15 charts

One intriguing fact: More than a third of Air India staff is sales and ticketing personnel but the airline's passenger load factor is just 75.5%. This means despite the large number of sales staff, it has not been successful is filling the seats