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20-Jul-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Clipped wings: Head of DGCA ultimately shifted to the steel ministry
20-Jul-2012 | Santosh Tiwari, Prashanth Reddy Chintala & Mihir Mishra
Last week’s important Cabinet decision, on an oversight mechanism for monitoring public-private-partnership (PPP) projects, has been termed a half-baked solution by industry. They’ve welcomed the initiative but fear this would just turn ...
24-Jun-2012 | Ruchika Chitravanshi & Mihir Mishra
Low-cost carriers among those with permissions to fly to short-haul destinations, particularly to East and West Asia
20-Jun-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Strike seems to go beyond just the pilots' obduracy
18-Jun-2012 | Mihir Mishra
NHAI finds few takers for contracts this year, with problems in getting financing for even last year's bids
04-Jun-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Two projects awarded by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) in May and July last year have been terminated after failure to achieve financial closure. This is the first time that highway projects awarded by the NHAI have failed to ...
26-May-2012 | Surajeet Das Gupta, Aneesh Phadnis & Mihir Mishra
Air India’s pilots have been hurting customers with their repeated strikes.
23-May-2012 | Mihir Mishra
A sagging rupee has compounded the problems of loss-making Indian airlines, as 35 per cent of their operating cost is in dollar terms.
15-May-2012 | Mihir Mishra & Aneesh Phadnis
Air India’s woes translate into good news for competing international carriers. With the state-owned airline forced to cancel flights because of a pilots’ agitation, fares in the international sector have shot up. The average fare rise ...
05-May-2012 | Mihir Mishra
The civil aviation ministry plans to auction air routes which connect smaller cities to boost regional connectivity. Routes and airlines will be matched through competitive bidding.
01-May-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Will the cash ailing carrier take this lifeline seriously?
24-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh to meet TMC chief Mamata Banerjee on May 5
23-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Management to be restructured to monitor integration of erstwhile Indian Airlines and Air India
21-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
In a reversal of its policy, the civil aviation ministry is open to relaxing eligibility norms for Indian carriers planning to fly abroad.
20-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Experts say carriers will start making money on higher ticket prices, but jet fuel costs may act as a dampener
17-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
After the International Air Transport Association (IATA) burdened travel agents by shrinking their payment schedule from fortnightly to weekly, Indian carriers are adding to their woes. Two of the largest airlines, Jet Airways and Air India, have ...
08-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
You can get air tickets at rock-bottom fares if you are not averse to taking a chance with a financially strapped airline that has been in the news for frequent schedule changes and unannounced cancellations. Kingfisher Airlines is offering fares up ...
07-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Blame low demand in many sectors analysts say revenue loss will be greater with the switch
06-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Amid its turbulent phase, Kingfisher Airlines has got some good news, as the civil aviation ministry has decided not to cancel the cash-strapped airline’s international rights. The development comes at a time when the company, in a bid to trim ...
04-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
To make its fare structure more transparent, Air India is launching a dynamic fuel surcharge system, where the amount a consumer pays for travel would change (even decrease) in tandem with the regular alterations in the price of the aviation turbine ...
03-Apr-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Airline may save up to 7% on fuel cost
28-Mar-2012 | Mihir Mishra
NHAI hastens award of projects covering 5,400 km this financial year, road construction increases to 7 km a day
26-Mar-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Among the reasons are ailing Kingfisher Airlines pulling out flights and the financial problems of carriers, leading to reliability issues.
24-Mar-2012 | Manojit Saha & Mihir Mishra
Carrier immediately needs Rs 2,500 crore as working-capital loans to clear dues
24-Mar-2012 | Mihir Mishra
Asks finance ministry for approval says this route would make borrowings cheaper