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  • A one-horse race

    28-09-2021 22:53:00

    'So as the privatisation of Air India goes into the final lap, I can confirm it is only a one-horse race', says the author

  • A johnny-come-lately in the sky

    23-08-2021 23:29:00

    Many businesses are set up in downturns and often the best deals are struck in troubled times

  • The final countdown

    27-07-2021 00:46:00

    The administrative ministry - ministry of civil aviation - prone to leaks is privy to very little

  • Tighten your seatbelts

    21-06-2021 22:39:00

    For over a year now, uncertainty has ruled the world and India, too, remains in choppy waters, choppier than most

  • Oh for a simpler world?

    24-05-2021 23:43:00

    Well, never underestimate this country and how badly or well something may be managed unless you experience it for yourself

  • Mayday in April

    26-04-2021 22:47:00

    Aviation experts and analysts said that the second wave was likely to be crippling for a sector that was already gasping for air

  • A flight of fancy in Worli

    29-03-2021 22:19:00

    Top representatives of Banana Republic Securities and Mumbai Airline's bosses meet in Worli to discuss IPO plans of the airline

  • Rumblings and grumblings in the sky

    22-02-2021 23:49:00

    International traffic is showing no sign of picking up and for Indian carriers, West Asia - a lucrative market - is still out of bounds

  • Tata's airline dilemma

    26-01-2021 01:52:00

    A Tata takeover of Air India is being seen as the best outcome for all concerned

  • A swayamvar and a high-maintenance bride

    22-12-2020 23:17:00

    The analogy of Sita's swayamvar seems to work perfectly for the sale of Air India

  • And then there were none

    25-11-2020 00:53:00

    For Jet's revival, Mr Jalan should be on the scene long enough for everyone to get to know him, appreciate his skills, and not vanish into thin air within a matter of months or even weeks

  • Missing pieces in Jet's revival plan

    27-10-2020 23:06:00

    After 18 months of closure, what really could be salvaged? And the answer sadly is, precious little

  • Silver lining in a darkening sky

    29-09-2020 01:53:00

    Confidence that aircraft can be safely boarded is slowly returning

  • Immigrant worlds

    24-09-2020 00:56:00

    If ever there was a book that begs, demands and screams for film adaptation it is American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins

  • Rising from the debris

    01-09-2020 00:23:00

    Many Tata loyalists believe that the group has already bitten off more than it can chew