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Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, June 28, 2011
Airports Authority of India is desperately seeking more funds to keep pace with the robust growth that is expected to take place in the sector in the next five years.


PTI
New Delhi, June 14, 2011
IndiGo will launch its Delhi-Dubai daily flights on September 1. The carrier will launch its Delhi-Singapore flight on September 8, Delhi-Bangkok on September 15, and Mumbai-Bangkok and Mumbai-Dubai flights on October 2.


Kushan Mitra
May 27, 2011
When Kingfisher and Jet Airways were sinking under theircollective debt, the fuel supplies from the petroleum companies were not cut. Thecure for Air Indiamay not be as simple as letting it die, even though there are some who arguethat is the best course of action.


Kushan Mitra
May 27, 2011
When Kingfisher and Jet Airways were sinking under theircollective debt, the fuel supplies from the petroleum companies were not cut. Thecure for Air Indiamay not be as simple as letting it die, even though there are some who arguethat is the best course of action.


Rajiv Pratap Rudy
May 12, 2011
Former civil aviation minister Rajiv Pratap Rudy says the merger of Air India with Indian Airlines is at the root of the airline's current troubles.


PTI
March 9, 2011
The government on Wednesday said that low cost domestic airline carrier IndiGo has recently got permission to function on international sectors.


PTI
Mumbai, February 17, 2011
The Airports Authority of India has invited bids to raise funds from the bond market to meet its capital expenditure requirements for modernisation of several airports.


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, February 2, 2011
The Airports Authority of India is desperately seeking more funds from the government to develop airports to keep pace with the robust growth that is expected to take place in the sector.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, December 27, 2010
InterGlobe Enterprise, that runs IndiGo, is also the holding company for InterGlobe Technologies (IGT), the firm selected by AI last year for handling its call centre service.


Kushan Mitra and Josey Puliyenthuruthel
June 22, 2010
With a tight rein on costs, low cost airlines IndiGo and SpiceJet show their full service rivals how to make money in the airline business. Is this model sustainable?


Kushan Mitra
March 31, 2010
Air travel is growing at a record clip. Most airlines are losing less than they were last year. Airport projects are heading to completion. Will 2010 be the turnaround year for aviation?


Kushan Mitra and E. Kumar Sharma
March 15, 2010
Indian aviation is finally showing sure signs of recovery.


www.businesstoday.in
May 28, 2009
Our fifth annual listing of companies that are hip and happening. This listing is not an “objective” one made by researchers poring over data.


Kushan Mitra
November 13, 2008
IndiGo manages to avoid getting caught in the turbulence in the aviation industry.


Kushan Mitra
October 30, 2008
Today, with airline ticket prices and the BSE Sensex having switched roles, yesterday's bitter rivals Kingfisher Airlines and Jet Airways have struck a grand alliance that could also draw in Indigo and Paramount. Will it work? Or work against consumers? Kushan Mitra says that even as the airlines fight off one demon, they are faced with another: a weaker global economy.


Kushan Mitra
June 11, 2008
The civil aviation industry in India is neck-deep in trouble. India’s airlines lost Rs 4,000 crore last year and may lose more this year. A couple of airlines may even go under. How did fortunes suddenly turn in an industry that was witnessing 20 per cent passenger growth till as recently as six months ago? Kushan Mitra finds out. Tax cuts may give respite to aviation sector: PatelPricing tickets below costs should stop: Goyal


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2008
LCCs have grabbed 40 per cent of the market.


K.R. Balasubramanyam
January 8, 2008
Kingfisher and Deccan are like chalk and cheese, with different operating philosophies and different target segments. The two airlines have different business models and cater to different passenger segments. What, then, is the rationale behind their merger? Kingfisher in Europe & US, Deccan in Asia: Mallya Kingfisher to fly abroad this year: PatelWind under their wingsBeyond the horizon


By Kushan Mitra
September 3, 2007
The consolidation in the Indian airspace will put an end to predatory pricing.


Kushan Mitra
August 29, 2007
As elsewhere in the world, Airbus and Boeing remain the two big aircraft vendors in India, but a few smaller players are also angling for a share of the market.


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