ATF — cheaper but still dear Anand Kalyanaraman / THE HINDU BUSINESS LINE Despite the drop over the past two years, ATF in India remains much costlier than in many other countries Earlier this year, in March, the country’s leading private sector airlines — IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet and Go
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apne sapno ko udana seekho pehle..phir kfa ko udte hue dekhna....15% share capture in present Indian aviation scene... Jet , spice and indigo kya churiyaan pehen kar baithe hain...aaj ve log 1 rupaiya mein bech denge tickets rather that allow kfa to fly competing wid them....
9.54 PM Feb 10th 2013
I know the potential of Indian aviation sector. When there`s a growth in the sector every company in that sector has a scope to grow irrespective of the competition in the sector. Indigo adding a flight to it`s fleet for every three weeks telling the whole story about the growth prospects
10.09 AM Feb 6th 2013
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