Wednesday 3 October 2012

Global outlook up, but Indian carriers to bleed

'Private sector can ease Indian Army's maintenance burden'
New Delhi : MRO (maintenance, repair, overhaul) is a concept hitherto confined to the civilianaviation sector. Now, an industry lobby is promoting this as a means by which the Indian Army can cut down its maintenance costs and improve its operational ...
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ASSOCHAM calls for shake-up of Indian civil aviation market with new ...
CAPA - Centre for Aviation
The event comes at a time of resurgent global interest in the Indian aviation sectorfollowing significant reforms announced by the Government earlier this month, which included permission for foreign airlines to invest in Indian carriers. Combined ...
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CAPA - Centre for Aviation
India's Kingfisher flights grounded by staff unrest
India warned it would not allow Kingfisher to fly if safety rules were not followed, and the industryregulator will meet Kingfisher executives on Tuesday to discuss safety issues, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said. Kingfisher, controlled by ...
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Global outlook up, but Indian carriers to bleed
Daily News & Analysis
Airlines world over are expected to earn $4.1 billion in 2012, up by $1.1 billion from the $3 billion forecast by the travel body in June, according to International Air Transport Association's (IATA) revised forecast on aviation sector for 2012. “The ...
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