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Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, March 31, 2021
After a brutal year, India's largest airline looks to bounce back, but there could be surprises ahead


Dilip Chenoy
February 2, 2021
Bold measures have been proposed in the budget, such as privatisation of two public sector banks and a general insurance company in this fiscal, higher FDI in the insurance sector, exhibiting India's confidence to be globally competitive


Manu Kaushik
February 1, 2021
The airlines in India typically take aircraft from lessors (on lease) who are based overseas. IndiGo, for instance, has over 200 planes on lease, and so is the case with other airlines like SpiceJet, GoAir, Vistara and Air India


PTI
January 31, 2021
For a government struggling to find revenue to boost a COVID-19 battered economy, options of appeal against the arbitration award are limited and it may not have the financial bandwidth for such a payout


Reuters
January 21, 2021
The airline is now the world's seventh biggest by capacity and the largest outside the United States and China, according to data firm OAG


BusinessToday.In
December 12, 2020
The extension until 11 January 2021, however, is conditional on Air India paying in the already committed amount of $5 million for the month of December


BusinessToday.In
November 19, 2020
SpiceJet is trading higher than 5, 20, 50, 100 and 200-day moving averages. Market capitalization of the airline stands at Rs 4,463.04 crore


Manu Kaushik
October 21, 2020
Jet Airways will need $1 billion initial working capital, followed by $3 billion over the course of 5-7 years before the airline can break even; it needs to be seen whether the bidders can bankroll these expenses


Reuters
October 17, 2020
The Malaysian airline, the long-haul arm of AirAsia Group Bhd , said this month it wanted to restructure 63.5 billion ringgit ($15.32 billion) of debt and slash its share capital by 90% to continue as a going concern


Reuters
September 17, 2020
In May, the government allowed airlines to resume domestic operations with a third of their capacity which was later increased to 60%


BusinessToday.In
August 12, 2020
In another update, InterGlobe Aviation's board approved to raise Rs 4,000 crore through sale of equity shares to institutional investors by way of a qualified institutions placement


Reuters
August 12, 2020
Based on a tighter accounting standard, Boeing said order cancellations and conversions now stand at 864 for the MAX, recertification for which is still hanging in the balance


Manu Kaushik
July 8, 2020
Instead of a sudden contraction in demand, airlines have been caught in a range-bound demand cycle which could be lethal for their survival


PTI
July 8, 2020
Regular operations of the domestic airlines remained shut between March 25 and May 24 on account of a nationwide lockdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus pandemic


Reuters
July 7, 2020
Five passengers on a flight to Guangzhou, the capital of southeastern Guangdong province, tested positive for the coronavirus on June 28


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, July 7, 2020
RIL becomes first Indian firm to cross Rs 12 lakh crore market capReliance Industries Limited (RIL) on Monday became the first Indian company to cross Rs 12 lakh crore market capitalisation. The aggregate market capitalisation of billionaire Mukesh Ambani-led RIL, thus, stands at Rs 12.16 lakh crore, or $163.1 billion, on account of surge in share value after the company bagged 12th foreign investment for its digital arm Jio Platforms on Friday.Coronavirus impact: India's GDP may contract 6...


Reuters
July 7, 2020
Delivery of some planes have already been pushed back due to logistics issues and production delays at the planemakers, as countries went into lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic, Vinod Kannan, chief commercial officer at Vistara told reporters


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, June 24, 2020
Airlines have taken to the skies after two months. But their pain is far from over


Manu Kaushik
June 16, 2020
IndiGo hopes that wide-bodies would become uncompetitive; and Indian domestic carriers would emerge stronger in the post-COVID world


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, June 5, 2020
Even though IndiGo has been flying planes since May 25, a large part of its fleet is still not utilised. These are primarily due to the MoCA restricting the commercial flying capacity to 33 per cent for three month


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