Air India

Vande Bharat Mission leads to dogfights in the skies

Vande Bharat Mission leads to dogfights in the skies

June 29, 2020

Airlines have been amongst the worst hit by the coronavirus pandemic around the world. Frequent disputes over civil aviation are very likely as governments all over are now doing all they can to help their own carriers.

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Fearful, frenetic, furious flyers

Fearful, frenetic, furious flyers

May 25, 2020

Total chaos, cancellations and delays greeted the few thousand flyers at Mumbai airport on Monday as domestic air travel resumed after two months.

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Govt tells Air India: Be privatised or perish

Govt tells Air India: Be privatised or perish

November 28, 2019

Privatise or else perish, is the new mantra from the Modi government in its renewed attempt to sell the debt-laden national airline - Air India.

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Disinvestment overdrive

Disinvestment overdrive

November 23, 2019

The Modi government is on a mission mode to disinvest its stakes in profitable state-run enterprises in strategic sector. Will it just bridge the fiscal gap? Or will it also revive Indian economy is a million-dollar question?

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Kenya to focus on India for MICE and film tourism

Kenya to focus on India for MICE and film tourism

October 4, 2019

Magical Kenya Tourism Expo (MKTE), the largest travel exhibition held in East Africa, attracted over 200 African exhibitors and 150 hosted buyers from different parts of the world for the three-day Expo.

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Amadeus drags Air India to court

Amadeus drags Air India to court

March 7, 2019

Air India`s decision to shift exclusively to a single global distribution system (GDS) platform has faced criticism from travel agents who have protested against the decision and said that this move is going to be a setback to its recovery.

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The history of Air India’s priceless collection of art

The history of Air India’s priceless collection of art

July 23, 2018

The Air India collection is not just a 100 pieces of the finest artists’ paintings. There is of course oil on canvas and acrylic on canvas, but the story doesn’t end there

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Sweetening the deal?

Sweetening the deal?

June 14, 2018

India is all set to sweeten the Air India sale after its failed attempt to put the debt-laden national carrier for sale recently. Will the efforts to list national carrier help?

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No suitors for the Maharaja

No suitors for the Maharaja

June 5, 2018

For the second time in its history India's beleaguered national carrier, Air India, failed to attract any takers. Now everybody is selling their ideas to the government on how to go about it.

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Most inexpensive international airlines

Most inexpensive international airlines

May 28, 2018

A report by a travel planning site that suggests Asian and Indian airlines to be dominating the list of the most inexpensive international air carriers, has positioned two India carriers in the top five.

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AIR INDIA

AIR INDIA

May 15, 2018

Air India, the country’s struggling and debt-ridden national carrier, will soon pass off to private players. The question is not whether the ride to privatisation will be smooth, but whether it will take off at all, and if so, how soon? Crony capitalism manifests itself in many...

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Indian airlines welcome Telecom Commission’s nod for in-flight WiFi, voice services

Indian airlines welcome Telecom Commission’s nod for in-flight WiFi, voice services

May 5, 2018

The Department of Telecommunications, Government of India has approved of a majority of TRAI’s recommendations on ‘In-Flight Connectivity’, with major Indian airlines welcoming the move.

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