There are no fences facing for aviation jobs in India at present as this growing industry offers diverse choices, writes Ranju Sarkar
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Ranju Sarkar gives a list of the key players in the field of aviation sector.
IndiGo, Deccan, SpiceJet, Go Air and Paramount Airways are some of the key players in the aviation sector, tells Ranju Sarkar.
If you have it in you the rapidly growing aviation industry has no dearth of jobs in India at present, writes Ranju Sarkar.
After its impending merger with Indian, Air-India, the national airline, will be largest in the country with a fleet of 122 planes connecting 58 domestic and more than 60 overseas destinations.
Though airlines are losing money at present, they are expanding with an eye on the horizon, writes Ranju Sarkar
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The airline would have reported net losses of Rs 183 crore but for the other income of Rs 211.07 crore it earned through sale and leaseback of aircraft, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Kingfisher prepares to add overseas routes once norms to fly abroad are relaxed, report Ranju Sarkar and Lalatendu Mishra.
Engineering major Batliboi acquired a 70 % stake in AESA Air Engineering, SA, Europe's premier air engineering technology company for 1.6 million euros, reports Ranju Sarkar.
The airways plans to run SpiceJet as an independent airline, buy GoAir’s assets, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Vijay Mallya, who heads Kingfisher Airlines, says he is 'interested' in budget airline SpiceJet Ltd, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Air India is calling for bids from banks and financial institutions to fund the acquisition of the second set of 10 Boeings.
For starters, the airlines will draw synergies in spares, engines and distribution, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Life may not change overnight for the Indian flier as supply continues to be in excess of the demand, and Indian carriers will keep inducting new planes, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Vijay Mallya’s UB Holdings agrees to buy a 26 per cent stake in Deccan Aviation, reports Ranju Sarkar & Lalatendu Mishra.
Deccan Aviation may see a change in management once it ropes in a new strategic investor like the Texas Pacific Group or the ADAG, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Vijay Mallya maybe busy making global forays but global competitors are knocking at his doors, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Thai low-fare airline, Nok Air, will connect Bangkok with Bangalore from June, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Petronet LNG importer of LNG, will raise prices of gas from June to subsidise supplies to the 2,184-MW Dabhol power plant, reports Ranju Sarkar.
Deccan Aviation, which is trying to raise $100 million or more in a fresh round of funding, may end up diluting more than 25-30 per cent of its equity, reports Ranju Sarkar.