Author: Forbes

Airbus: Giving Wings To Indian Startups

Last year proved to be a momentous one for Neewee, a four-year-old startup based out of Bengaluru’s IT hub

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Air India Sale Slow To Take Off

The government in April began proceedings to sell 76 percent stake in the country’s debt-laden national carrier, Air India.

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Grounded IndiGo, GoAir Aircraft Were Not On A Wing And A Prayer

An aircraft’s engines, which conspicuously hang below its wings, generating the required thrust for propulsion, are said to be

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Recapitalisation Of Jet Airways Is Critical: Kapil Kaul

CAPA India Research regularly analyses key strategic issues of each stakeholder and its impact and relevance on the aviation

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Modi Is Getting Ready To Stop China, As The Indian Economy Booms

That’s a dual message India has been sending these days, as its economy leaped ahead of China’s to become

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The Maharaja’s Jewels: How Much Are Air India’s Businesses Worth?

Air India’s descent began after an ill-timed merger with Indian Airlines in 2007. Both were making losses, while oil

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Taking Wings: Can Udan Fly?

When the central government came out with the National Civil Aviation Policy on June 15, 2016, its commitment to

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Airfares Aren’t Cheaper, But Airports To Get Bigger

If you are a frequent flyer, then Budget 2018 has nothing to offer in terms of cheaper airfares. Given

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Air Deccan: Back in the skies

With smaller aircraft and strategic tie-ups, Air Deccan's Captain GR Gopinath is having another go at commercial aviation. Will

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New List Of The 10 Longest Airline Flights From The United States

United launches its new route from its hub in Houston (IAH) to Sydney (SYD) today, January 18. The flight

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