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Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, February 15, 2012
Air India, Jet Airways and Kingfisher Airlines are witnessing massive exodus of pilots to low-cost domestic airlines like IndiGo as well as foreign carriers due to delayed salaries.

New Delhi, January 11, 2012
Despite a a possible review of Indigo's fleet expansion by the DGCA,  the airlines president Aditya Ghosh says the company would be adding 12 aircraft in the current year.

New Delhi, January 10, 2012
A long list of discrepancies and violations by various airlines, including Kingfisher, had come to light in a financial audit carried out by DGCA which directed them to resolve all issues in a time-bound manner.

Pankaj Upadhyay
Mumbai, January 9, 2012
Apart from Kingfisher Airlines and Air India Express, other carriers such as IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir, Jet Airways and JetLite also have a patchy track record on passenger safety.

Kushan Mitra
New Delhi, December 30, 2011
The carriers have all been hit by a double whammy. Not only have prices of aviation turbine fuel gone up over the past few months, a falling rupee has also increased their other dollar-denominated cost.

Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, December 28, 2011
For the Indian civil aviation sector, year 2011 has been one of unrest. The once lucrative sector has witnessed a large exodus of pilots and crew members leaving the country for greener pastures.

New Delhi, November 30, 2011
Civil Aviation Minister Vayalar Ravi informed the Lok Sabha in a written reply Wednesday that domestic airlines were operating only 1,643 of the approved 1,910 departures a day.

New Delhi, November 17, 2011
With airfares mounting in the last couple of weeks primarily due to cancellation of Kingfisher flights, aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday warned airlines not to raise air ticket prices beyond a given range.

November 12, 2011
Ailing Kingfisher Airlines, which cancelled more than 160 flights over the last six days, has been asked by aviation regulator DGCA to give details of their plan to reconfigure its fleet to prevent a large-scale flight disruption.

New Delhi, November 12, 2011
The DGCA asks Kingfisher Airlines to provide details of their plan to reconfigure its fleet to prevent a large-scale flight disruption.

New Delhi, November 11, 2011
According to the regulator, the monitoring process would asses if airline companies had adequate resources for maintaining and repairing their aircraft.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 11, 2011
Kingfisher Airlines cancels over 30 flights leaving passengers in the lurch for the fourth consecutive day and triggering a surge in airfares.

April 27, 2011
Besides NAL which is the nodal agency for the project, the public sector firms participating in the project are HAL, DRDO, ISRP, BEL and ADA.

Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, March 18, 2011
Airfares to Patna have soared to four times more the normal fare, as airlines are cashing in on the seasonal demand to maximise their profits.

Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, December 7, 2010
Private airlines push for 'market forces' and 'liberalisation' after the government rapped them on the knuckles for hiking fares to exorbitant levels over the past few weeks.

Ajmer Singh
New Delhi, December 6, 2010
All airlines on Sunday continued to charge exorbitant rates for lastminute bookings.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 23, 2010
While Kingfisher Airlines now holds 19 per cent of the market share, Air India (domestic) holds 17.7 per cent, IndiGo 16.8 per cent and SpiceJet 13.6 per cent.

Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 22, 2010
Airlines exploiting passengers by jacking up fares multifold have been asked by the DGCA to make public details of all- inclusive fares on the first day of every calendar month.

New Delhi, September 16, 2010
Passengers carried by domestic airlines during January to August were 339.09 lakh, compared with 284.24 lakh in the corresponding period last year.

Kushan Mitra
June 22, 2010
Most of India's smaller cities remain on the fringes of the aviation boom. Regional airlines have been non-starters in India, unlike in Europe, the United States and even China.

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