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Old August 25th, 2004, 04:23 PM   #1
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Air Deccan, India's first low-cost airline, created history on Wednesday by flying passengers to Delhi from Bangalore for a fare of only Rs 500, plus taxes (Rs 200).

The Airbus A320 has a capacity of 180 passengers, and almost 100 of them took the inaugural Bangalore-Delhi Air Deccan flight by paying just Rs 700.

From August 26, the Air Deccan's A320s will fly on the Bangalore-Delhi-Mumbai-Bangalore-Mumbai-Delhi-Bangalore route.

The budget airline offers 75 per cent of the seats at rates ranging between Rs 500 and Rs 5,000 and the remaining 25 per cent at around Rs 7,500, which was 25 per cent less than the normal fare of Rs 10,500 on any other airline, according to Air Deccan chief operating officer Capt. G R Gopinath. The new fare system devised by the airline is called Dynafares.

Passengers must book their tickets 90 days in advance of the date of flight for availing concessional fares. But if you want to buy Air Deccan's Rs 500 Delhi-Mumbai ticket, you will have to wait till August next year, as the tickets in this category have been sold out for a year even before the airline started its service in the sector.

Air Deccan, which is starting its Delhi-Mumbai service on August 26, had set aside about five seats per service in this category. The next category of tickets, priced at Rs 700, is also completely sold out for a year. In this category also, Air Deccan offers on an average five tickets per trip.

Capt Gopinath said that instead of the normal 140 seats on a regular Airbus A320, Air Deccan will have 180 seats (all in economy class).

The no-frills airline does not offer free meals or snacks. Passengers will have to pay for their food. There would also be inflight shopping. Passengers will have plush leather and can enjoy movies, etc on drop-down plasma television screens.

Air Deccan's entry in the busy Delhi-Mumbai sector is expected to kickstart a price war.

The airline plans to start services in the Bangalore-Delhi, Delhi-Mumbai and Mumbai-Chennai routes with two aircraft in the first phase. In the subsequent phases, the airline will put in more aircraft into the routes.

Air Deccan, which will be closing its first full year of operations this year, expects revenues of $125 million with a marginal net profit. In the last year, Air Deccan recorded revenues of about $25 million.
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I can see the advertisement for NDTV on the airplane's fuselage. Is this the sign of things to come? Anyways worth a try always.
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It's good business strategy to have a 180 seat configuration in a single class system. This will keep the costs down and therefore improve the margins. DA will need those margins, especially with the oil prices going sky high!
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Air Deccan, Jet in mid-air near-miss
By: Kashif Khusro
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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has instituted an inquiry into the near collision (or ‘near-miss’ in airline parlance) of two aircraft belonging to private airlines at Mumbai’s domestic airport last week. It has also grounded the pilots involved.

According to a source in the Air Traffic Control (ATC), the Jet Airways flight 9W 906 from Kochi, carrying 120 passengers, was scheduled to land at the domestic airport at 10 am and was 20 nautical miles from the airport.

An Air Deccan flight 303 from Mumbai to Belgaum carrying 48 passengers took off from the airport at 9.30 am and 15 minutes later rose to the same altitude as the landing Jet Airways plane.

If not diverted, they would have surely collided with each other. It was only because of the alert ATC that a major catastrophe was averted, the source added.

Confirming the incident, Pravin Ohri, GM, Aerodromes, said, “The ATC has conducted a preliminary inquiry and submitted a report to the DGCA.”

An Air Deccan spokesperson from Bangalore said there was some communication gap between the foreign pilot of the aircraft and the ATC.

“We have a fleet of ATR-42s, which not many Indian pilots are accustomed to, so we have foreign pilots manning these aircraft. We have heard that Jet Airways has complained to the ATC about the incident,” she said.

She denied any knowledge of the Air Deccan pilot being grounded.

Ironically, this breach of safety comes on the eve of Air Deccan’s mega launch of services on the Mumbai-Delhi and Bangalore-Delhi routes.

The ATC source, however, did not rule out the possibility of a lapse on the part of the Jet Airways pilot. “Only after investigation will the whole truth come out,” he said.

Meanwhile, Jet Airways spokesperson, A K Sivanandan, denied any knowledge of the incident. He also said he did not have any idea of the complaint they lodged against Air Deccan.
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I can see the advertisement for NDTV on the airplane's fuselage. Is this the sign of things to come? Anyways worth a try always.
I think they also carry Sun and Java ads in the smaller planes..
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there is another budget airline going to be launched i guess by vijay mallya forgot teh airlines name
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there is another budget airline going to be launched i guess by vijay mallya forgot teh airlines name
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Old August 27th, 2004, 07:22 PM   #8
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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - The board of Indian Airlines Ltd [IA.UL], one of India's three main domestic carriers, approved a plan on Wednesday to lease five Airbus A320 and 11 A319 planes this year to boost capacity, the airline said.

The state-run carrier, which battles privately owned Jet Airways and Air Sahara in the domestic market, said its board approved the leasing of five A320 planes to meet a capacity shortfall for its winter schedule beginning in November.

Tourist arrivals in India tend to peak during the winter months from November to March owing to the cooler weather.

The planes, to be powered by V2500 engines made by Swiss-registered International Aero Engines AG (IAE), will be leased for three years, which may be extended to five.

The board also approved the airline's decision to begin evaluation of offers for leasing 11 Airbus A319 jets, fitted with engines either from IAE or CFM International, for a period of five years, Indian Airlines said.

The airline had floated a tender to lease the Airbus A320s in June.

"Negotiations will be held with different parties against offers received in response to the above tender notice," the airline said in a statement.

Indian Airlines' decision to lease planes follows delays in government approval for its $2.2 billion plan to buy a mix of 43 Airbus A319, A320 and A321 planes, which has lead to a shortage in seat availability amid growing demand for air travel in India.

The purchases, part of Indian Airlines' five-year fleet expansion and renewal programme, were approved by the airline's board in March 2002 but still await government approval.

Airbus is owned by EADS, with 80 percent, and BAE Systems, with 20 percent.

IAE is owned by United Technologies unit Pratt & Whitney, Rolls-Royce Plc, the Japanese Aero Engines Corp and MTU Aero Engines. CFM International is a joint venture between General Electric and France's Snecma.
 
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On why we need to privatise our airports and free them from incompetent government agencies like AAI. When they built the domestic Kolkata terminal did they plan for just 10 flights a day? And you have to lobby in the Parliament to get aerobridges? Gimme a break

http://www1.timesofindia.indiatimes....how/885969.cms

KOLKATA: Under pressure from carriers to offer greater usage of aerobridges, Kolkata airport has asked the Airports Authority of India to requisition two additional facilities. The imported aerobridges cost about Rs 1.15 crore each.

Currently, only a quarter of the domestic flights use the three aerobridges in the domestic terminal. The international terminal has only one aerobridge.

The flexible corridor on wheels facilitate passengers to board an aircraft directly from the security hold lounge at the departure terminal or walk straight into the arrival terminal after disembarkation.

Apart from being convenient to passengers who otherwise have to take a bus to the parking bay and climb the step ladder to board the aircraft, it makes security sense, preventing direct contact between passengers and the high-security apron area.

Use of aerobridge keeps the apron area uncluttered as less vehicles are required on the tarmac," CISF commandant Sanjay Prakash said.

The city's frequent fliers have been complaining of low utilisation of aerobridges. A TV channel executive Sangeeta Choudhury, for instance, has used the aerobridge only twice in her last 10 trips. "On most occasions, passengers were transported in buses though the aerobridges were vacant," she said.

Though the aerobridges are used for 14 domestic flights daily (six Indian Airlines, four Air Sahara and four Jet Airways), passengers feel they could be used more often. Airport officials, however, point out a problem. "We try to use the aerobridges as often as possible.

But there are operational limitations due to crowding of flights during peak hours," Kolkata Airport director Rajendra Pal said. Of the 12-13 aircraft that takeoff in the morning and evening rush hours, only three or four get to use the facility.

He also pointed out that since the roster for aerobridges were planned in advance, an aerobridge allotted to a particular aircraft had to be kept reserved even if the flight was delayed. "We usually allot an aerobridge each for the last IA, Sahara and Jet flights to the city so that they can use them for the early morning flights too," Pal said.

But he admitted that pressure was high everyone wanted to sue the facility. With the number of daily flights shooting up from 51 to 58 in the last 12 months, the paucity of aerobridges had been exposed.

"At present, we give preference to high capacity aircraft like Airbus-320 and Boeing 737-700/800/900. But not all large aircraft can be accommodated. We need more but the domestic building can house only five aerobridges," Pal pointed out.

The last two air-conditioned aerobridges had been installed in May 2002 after several pleas from state MPs including Krishna Bose. The latter had even raised the issue in Parliament. These aerobridges are currently being operated by an outside agency.

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India's private airlines want to fly to more international destinations. If they are allowed, then they will give many foreign airlines a run for their money.

Airline planning Bahrain services
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ONE of the fastest growing private airlines in India, Air Sahara, is likely to operate to Bahrain early next year, it was revealed yesterday.

The airline has applied for traffic rights for Bahrain through the Indian Civil Aviation Ministry, said vice- president - sales and marketing K Damodaran.

He was speaking at a Press conference at the Gulf International Convention and Exhibition Centre, Gulf Hotel, after signing an agreement appointing House of Travel as the airline's general sales agent (GSA) in Bahrain.

Air Sahara began operations in 1993 following the Indian government's decision to open the skies to the private sector.

The airline now connects 23 destinations within India and operates three international flights, from Chennai and Bangalore to Colombo and from Delhi to Katmandu, Nepal.

"We are currently exploring various options to fly to more international sectors in the very near future," said Mr Damodaran.

"Bahrain will be a priority destination, for which we have filed an application to Bahrain's Civil Aviation Affairs through the Indian government.

"Air Sahara flies the latest generation Boeings with an average age of less than five years. The total fleet strength has reached 20, including the newly inducted 50 seater Canadair Regional Jets, plus four helicopters."

Six more aircraft will be added to the fleet by April next year. Plans are under way to increase the fleet strength to 40 by 2006.

Air Sahara employs more than 3,500 people and the annual revenue exceeds more than $400 million (BD151.2m), said Mr Damodaran.

"We are pleased with our association with House of Travel and we expect support from all other travel partners to promote our services in the Kingdom," he added.

The new partnership will give House of Travel an opportunity to offer its business and leisure clients more services, said managing director Jehad Amin.

"Established in 1992, House of Travel is now a full fledged destination management company, specialising in business travel and the creation of holidays worldwide," he added.

"Over the years, we have seen travellers becoming more and more reliant upon technology, but keeping the human element is most important for us."

House of Travel is proud to join hands with Air Sahara, which operates 121 flights with 12,000 seats a day, said general manager Vijay Menon.

"Air Sahara has more than 80 interline partners that include Gulf Air, Emirates, Lufthansa, Oman Air, Saudia, Swiss Air and Cathay Pacific, and 21 GSAs spread all over the world thus making it easier for a passenger to book a seat and obtain a ticket from any part of the world," he added.

"Air Sahara offers various special fares within Indian routes, thereby making cost effective travel between cities in India.

"In Bahrain, we shall soon offer 10 special packages for India- bound tourists."
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Suncity, what happened to the Kolkata airport overhaul plan which you posted a while back?
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Suncity, what happened to the Kolkata airport overhaul plan which you posted a while back?
But they are "plans" and "proposal". Implementation is the big question. Do we trust the Babus of Babudom and Netas of Netaraj? Nope. The whole thing may have just been a sop to make the left agree to the centre's privatization plans for Mumbai and Delhi.
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I was afraid you'd say that.. That means there's no further information. Our Netas and Babus are truly wonderful people.
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India, Vietnam to start direct flights




Mr Tran Trong Khanh, Ambassador of Vietnam, with Mr Anil K. Agarwal, Alternate President, Assocham, and Mr Nguyen Quy Phuong, Deputy Director-General, Vietnam National Administration for Tourism (left), at a press conference in the Capital on Sunday. — Ramesh Sharma

New Delhi , Oct. 17

IN a bid to boost bilateral relations with Vietnam, India on Sunday decided to start 20 direct air flights a month to the South-East Asian country.

The Government has officially conveyed its decision to the Vietnamese authorities, which have also reciprocated the gesture.

Addressing a press conference organised by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Assocham) and the Vietnam National Administration of Tourism, the Ambassador of Vietnam in India, Mr Tran Trong Khanh, said that Vietnam has identified India as one of the major countries to promote its tourism.

The Tourism Minister, Ms Renuka Choudhury, and visiting Vietnam the Tourism Minister, Ms Vo Thi Thang, are likely to discuss the details and the dates for establishing the air linkages between the two countries when they meet for official discussions on Monday.

Mr Khanh said that India has given its official commitment to Vietnam that formalities may be done away with while establishing the air linkages between the two countries in view of the growing bilateral relations. Mr Khanh said Vietnam has identified India as one of the major countries to promote its tourism.

The flow of Indian tourists to Vietnam will grow to 10,000 by the end of this calendar year compared to its earlier tourist flow of 6,500 by April 2003.

The Deputy Director General of Vietnam National Administration for Tourism Mr Nguyen Quy Phuong, said the President, Mr A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, has agreed to visit Vietnam during the Indo-Asean Summit in December 2004.

Easier visas: Mr Phuong said Vietnam has crossed the foreign tourist arrival of five million by the end of September 2004, while India's foreign tourist arrivals as on date is less than 2.5 million.

In order to attract larger Indian tourist flow to Vietnam, its government will soon relax its visa restrictions and ensure that visas are granted to Indian tourists on arrival at Vietnam airports, Mr Phuong said.
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I was afraid you'd say that.. That means there's no further information. Our Netas and Babus are truly wonderful people.
Just to confirm that - here are the GRAND plans of AAI: (note how what is required is secondary while what is not required is primary objective).

http://www.financialexpress.com/fe_f...ntent_id=71743

The lot of passengers may not improve, but at least the local populace will feel that its heroes have got due recognition. Airports Authority of India, which is always under a shadow for shabby upkeep of airports, thinks that a name change may help in changing public perception.

It proposes to re-christen airports at major Indian destinations. Most of the proposed names are high-sounding. While Khajuraho airport is to be called after Maharaja Chhatrasal, the Tamil Nadu government has suggested that Coimbatore airport should be named after Rajiv Gandhi.

Interestingly, the airport in Dehradun, which has not been able to attract any scheduled airline, is being re-named as Veer Chand Garhwali Airport.

The re-naming proposals include: Jodhpur airport after Maharaja Umaid Singh, Gaya (Bihar) as Gautam Buddha International airport, Mana airport in Chhattisgarh after Swami Vivekananda, Tura in Meghalaya as Captain WA Sangma Airport and Bhuj (Gujarat) as Krantiveer Pandit Shyamji Krishna Verma Airport.

“The proposals of re-naming these airports are being sent to the respective state governments,” a civil aviation ministry source said. The ministry is unable to change the names of certain airports as it awaits concurrence of the state government. There is a proposal to re-name Lengpui airport in Mizoram after BB Lyngdoh, but no decision has been taken as the state government is yet to give its consent.

Besides the name game, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) has undertaken a range of activities to upgrade infrastructure and give a face-lift to 24 airports. The list includes Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Goa, Chennai,Hyderabad, Bhubneshwar, Bangalore, Ahmedabad, Jammu, Trivandrum, Aurangabad, Calicut, Guwahati, Agartala, Coimbatore, Amritsar, Varanasi, Lucknow, Patna, Pune, Ranchi, Jaipur and Udaipur airports.

These airports have been identified for improving aesthetics and infrastructure facilities. A team of officials comprising airport directors, nodal officers and architects are working on various schemes for improving facilities such as toilets, flooring, signages, lighting and air-conditioning at these airports, according to an AAI source.
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China Southern Airlines plans to fly India:
[World News]: New Delhi, Oct 11 : China Southern Air Holding wants to establish direct air links with India especially from the country's largest autonomous region Xinjiang Uygur bordering Jammu and Kashmir, a top official of the airline said.

"We are looking at air links from Kashgar, Urumqi and Bejing to New Delhi," Li Jian, president of China Southern, said here Monday.

"We will be holding talks with Indian civil aviation authorities Tuesday in this regard," Li told IANS on the sidelines of a luncheon meeting between a high-level delegation from Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, led by Chairman Ismail Tiliwaldi, and the Confederation of Indian Industry.

The airline executive is expected to hold the talks along with Tiliwaldi and Guan Wuping, party secretary and director of the civil aviation administration for Urumqi.

"We have come here to study the situation. Once I go back, we intend to send another special team to assess if we can have the air links between India and China," Li said.

The two countries opened direct air links in 2002 when China Eastern carried about 100 passengers from Beijing International Airport to the Indira Gandhi International Airport here.

The airline currently operates two scheduled flights a week to New Delhi and plans to increase the frequency to thrice a week from next month.

In addition, the Ethiopian Airlines also operates between Beijing and Mumbai.

Tiliwaldi, who arrived here Saturday, said Xinjiang not only wants to establish direct air routes with India, but also road links.

The region was a key hub on the Silk Route that was the main business link between the East and the West in the ancient times and middle ages.
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The government on Wednesday hiked foreign direct investment (FDI) cap for domestic airlines from 40 to 49 per cent through the automatic route but barred foreign airlines from picking up direct or indirect equity.

The decision will ensure that FDI investments in the domestic airlines need not go through the Foreign Investment Promotion Board, Finance Minister P Chidambaram told reporters after a Cabinet meeting.

The meeting also approved 100 per cent FDI in domestic airlines by NRIs and overseas corporate bodies (OCBs) through the automatic route.

The government would, however, not allow direct or indirect equity participation by foreign airlines.
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Temasek Holdings plans to buy stake in Jet Airways,Air Deccan

FDI hiked for aviation

Jet Airways has reportedly been in a dialogue with Temasek Holdings, the investment arm of the Singapore government, for a stake sale. Temasek is the majority shareholder in Singapore Airlines.

Similarly, Hyderabad-based Air Deccan's move to sell a part of its equity to foreign institutional investors will sail through without any hiccups. Managing director Captain Gopinath is also reported to be talking to Temasek Holdings to offload 30 per cent shareholding in the company.

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Chennai airport development thru jt venture route planned

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THE Government is committed to the creation of a modern world-class airport in Chennai and plans to follow the same joint venture route that is being adopted for the development of airports in Delhi and Mumbai, official sources said here on Monday.

The issue also came up for discussion at the high-powered meeting which the Minister for Civil Aviation, Mr Praful Patel, had with the Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh, here recently.

Highly placed officials of the Ministry of Civil Aviation said that there was a need to push for the development of the Chennai airport project as new green-field airports were coming up in Bangalore and Hyderabad and a major delay could affect the viability of the proposed modernisation programme.

Besides, with the Tamil Nadu Government showing keen interest in expediting the project, there should be little difficulty in the process being implemented quickly, officials said.

However, the Chennai airport modernisation project is unlikely to take-off before the two on-going airport modernisation projects in Delhi and Mumbai reach a certain level of "maturity," sources said.
Certain level of maturity? How much more maturity do thesepeople need?
You know what that means right? few more years, more bribes paid by interested companies, escalating costs, even more pathetic passenger conditions etc.
A joy to see democracy at work in India.
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