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Feb 16, 2019
Low-cost carrier AirAsia India offers 20% discounts on ticket prices across flights for 7 daysAirAsia's seven day offer commences from 18 February for travel between 25 February and 31 July
Nov 26, 2018
From Q1 loss to talks of sale of airline, a timeline of Naresh Goyal-owned Jet Airways' turbulent journeyJet Airways Ltd, the biggest full-service carrier in India, has been under dark clouds for the past few months.
Nov 16, 2018
Jet Airways buyout: Tata Sons concludes board meeting; says no offer to cash-strapped airline yet, talks only at 'preliminary' stageThe Tatas, which already run two carriers-the full-service Vistara in a joint venture with Singapore Airlines and AirAsia India in a similar arrangement with Air Asia of Malaysia, have widely speculated to be planning a complete takeover of the Naresh Goyal-run airline with its international partner Singapore Airlines.
Aug 21, 2018
Tata's Trent aims to triple revenue to Rs 15,000 crore over ten years; expects to invest Rs 150 crore a year for expansionIndia’s overall retail market is pegged at Rs 47 lakh crore, and modern retail and e-commerce together make up about four percent of that pie.
Jul 19, 2018
ISRO ties up with three companies to assemble 27 satellites in three yearsThe consortium is led by Alpha Design Technologies Pvt Ltd, Bharat Electronics Limited and the Tatas.
May 03, 2018
AirAsia India head Amar Abrol quits; to move back to parent co in Malaysia to work on strategic projectsThe exit of Abrol comes days after its larger rival IndiGo had said that its president and whole-time director Aditya Ghosh would step down from the position in July.
Jan 11, 2018
Why easing of FDI caps by Narendra Modi govt is largely cosmetic, changes little on the groundAny easing of FDI norms is welcome and it cannot be denied that under the Modi government, FDI inflows have jumped substantially
Aug 30, 2017
Air India stake sale: One more bidder likely, the Bird group, but keen only on ground handling bizPotential bidders for Air India are cherry picking businesses to best suit their needs. This is because the huge debt is rendering the company as a whole unattractive.
Aug 28, 2017
Consolidated FDI policy may hurt Air India stake sale, Tatas likely to skip it altogetherIndustry veterans hope that the bar on foreign airlines investing in Air India is lifted, if and when the disinvestment process gets started
Jun 29, 2017
IndiGo's Air India buy will make sense only if it maintains 2 airlines, teams up with a global playerGlobal aviation consultancy CAPA said that given IndiGo’s unprecedented expansion plans and the fierce competitive environment in a structurally challenged industry, bidding for Air India will be a “strategic mistake”