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PTI
New Delhi, December 6, 2018
A Jet Airways spokesperson said the airline is committed to meeting all its salary obligations and has already paid salary to 85 per cent of its workforce on time for the November payroll.


Ameya Joshi
New Delhi, September 17, 2018
The ambitious UDAN Scheme has got off to a slow start as airlines navigate the challenging operating conditions after the initial enthusiasm.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 6, 2018
\"Withholding salaries, that too without prior notice, is a serious matter and the management will bear sole responsibility for any repercussions. Not paying the salaries on time would lead to non-cooperation by pilots,\" say Jat Airways pilots.


By Manu Kaushik
Delhi, March 20, 2017
After a long time, pilots are back in demand. But challenges remain.


Manu Kaushik
Delhi, June 7, 2016
Between 2011/12 and 2014/15, Jet struggled due to poor network planning, operational inefficiencies, directionless management and insufficient brand focus. Things started changing after the stake buy by the UAE's national carrier, Etihad Airways, in November 2013.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, March 17, 2015
The Comptroller and Auditor General of India has initiated the audit query into the sale of 5 Boeing 777s by Air India at a fraction of the purchase price.


Aseem Thapliyal
New Delhi, December 10, 2014
The strong financials of Jet Airways also swing the conditions in its favour. The fall in crude oil prices has also helped the stock.


Manu Kaushik
November 25, 2013
The new facility - set up in Greater Noida with a total investment of $25 million - is a 50:50 joint venture between InterGlobe and Canadian firm CAE.


K.R. Balasubramanyam and Mahesh Nayak
July 23, 2013
The carrier posted earnings before tax, interest, depreciation and amortisation of Rs 19 crore in 2012/13. The achievement is significant, considering that the airline has been making losses for the past seven years.


Lalatendu Mishra
Mumbai, June 13, 2012
AI is offering the lowest fares indicating lack of demand for its services. The trend is visible in both long and short-haul global sectors. In some cases, the airline is offering tickets at nearly half the price of Jet Airways.


Vivan Mehra
June 12, 2012
When every other airline is struggling, how does IndiGo thrive? Photo editor Vivan Mehra takes a close look at the operations of India's only profitable airline.


Geetanjali Shukla
March 20, 2012
As Kingfisher Airlines continues to teeter on the brink, let's take a look at what its going under would mean for Indian aviation. FULL COVERAGE


Kushan Mitra and Geetanjali Shukla
March 9, 2012
If Kingfisher Airlines goes belly up, the government will hurt too, not just Vijay Mallya. Banks effectively own 75 per cent of the airline, and the impact on their books could be devastating. FULL COVERAGE


Geetanjali Shukla and Kushan Mitra
November 25, 2011
Kingfisher chairman Vijay Mallya has faced rough situations earlier, but the chances that he will be able pull a rabbit out of the hat this time are slim. Only a stroke of financial genius and oodles of luck will save his cash-strapped airline with a debt of Rs 7,500 crore.


Geetanjali Shukla
November 12, 2011
The airline which started operations in 2005 hasn't reported a profit ever. What is also worrisome is that a bulk of the airline's Rs 6,000 crore debts are on account of its operating losses.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel and Kushan Mitra
September 20, 2011
Indigo features in BT's list of companies that hold great promise to emerge a market leader. Precision operations have helped the low cost airline poke a finger in its competition's eye.SPECIAL: India Inc's rising star companiesOthers in the list:Fortis | Glenmark | Lanco Infratech | Cafe Coffee Day | Nuclear Power Corporation | Axis Bank | iGate


Geetanjali Shukla
June 14, 2011
The state-owned carrier's aggressive pricing policy has dented profits of private carriers who are now looking at their international operations to recover.


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.


www.businesstoday.in
February 3, 2011
Things have turned around this year and as more Indians fly again, hiring is back. Kingfisher Airlines is ranked first in the hospitality sector.


www.businesstoday.in
November 27, 2008
Can the ‘King of Good Times’ survive the turbulence in the current aviation downturn? In an exclusive interview that started well past midnight and continued for over two hours at his residence on Delhi’s tony Sardar Patel Marg, Mallya shed light on what has been dragging Kingfisher down and how he will get the airline flying high again.


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