of Kingfisher here. One of India`s most high profile airlines few years back , now in shambles. It is really interesting to ponder that in same market scenario, one of the competitors of Kingfisher is flying high and high. Yes, Indigo Airlines is the most profitable airlines in India. The question
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to absorb as he is back in a leadership position. Perhaps this is the only way to take on rivals like Jet Airways and Indigo Airlines, head-on. Just think about it. Only days before the IPL season, Mallya successfully managed to placate his agitated airline employees by paying them their salaries. Within
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and market share and had almost no tangible assets. It was a loss Goyal has managed to absorb as he is back in a leadership position. Perhaps this is the only way to take on rivals like Jet Airways and Indigo Airlines, head-on. Just think about it. Only days before the IPL season, Mallya successfully
8.50 PM Sep 23rd 2012
So long as all the low cost carriers do not emulate indigo airlines by cutting down on establishment cost and thereafter rationalisiing fares to cut out losses (not cartelling to maximise profits)their balance sheets will continue to be in red and share price in low double digits RJ OR NO RJ.
10.02 AM Aug 30th 2012
Source:India Infoline - The Government strongly refutes the allegations made by Rahul Bhatia, Promoter, Indigo Airlines, as reported in a section of media recently, that it is tinkering with the aviation policies for a select few. The Ministry of Civil Aviation is performing its functions
5.11 PM Jul 25th 2012
Source:The Hindu BusinessLine - Industry captains on Saturday took a dig at the Government for promoting inefficiencies by not facilitating competition. Mr R. Rahul Bhatia, Chairman of Indigo Airlines, questioned the Government’s moves regarding “policy-tinkering” for a select few in the aviation
11.57 AM Jul 23rd 2012
Source:India Infoline - Spicejet Airlines and Indigo Airlines is planning to charge passengers Rs. 50 to issue a copy of their e-tickets at the airport, according to reports. Reports stated that the move is likely to affect several passengers because Jet Airways, Spicejet and Indigo Airlines
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