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Old March 26th, 2007, 07:43 AM   #481
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I like Spicejet's livery. Maybe because it provides a flat fare

which airlines did you travel with when you were in India?
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Old March 26th, 2007, 09:00 AM   #482
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which airlines did you travel with when you were in India?
I used SpiceJet for my Indian domestic trips. I got discount price for Rs1000 from mumbai to hyd (1-way), SpiceJet has pretty cool airplanes and livery (it's a pity they don't allow me to take photos for the airplane). I will travel with SpiceJet again next time.
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Old March 26th, 2007, 12:46 PM   #483
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agreed...the latest livery on the B777 looks way better
Indeed. I find Air India's livery update very impressive, a blend of modernity & unique AI signature. Sincerely hope the Indian public like it!

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Old March 28th, 2007, 03:39 AM   #484
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the livery looks like sagittarius
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Old March 28th, 2007, 08:13 AM   #485
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the livery looks like sagittarius
well.........

Air India logo - The Centaur

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Sagittarius, the archer, is the ninth sign of the Zodiac. The Greeks represented this constellation in the act of shooting an arrow. As it symbolises movement and speed, the Centaur, a stylised version of Sagittarius, was selected as Air India's logo.
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I cant stand most liveries today but this one is a pleasant surprise combining elements of the oldlivery with modern touches. Overall a good update compared to the last time
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Old April 3rd, 2007, 07:44 AM   #487
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Indus Air stops operations

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Indus Air, a regional airline, has suspended operations from last week, just three months after its commercial launch.

Sources from the government said financial problems had led to the suspension of operations. Operated as a full-service airline from mid-December 2006
, Indus Air was promoted by liquor company Mohan Meakins.

At present, there are nine domestic scheduled passenger airlines -- Indian Airlines, Jet Airways, Air Sahara, Air Deccan, Kingfisher Airlines, SpiceJet, Paramount Airways, GoAir and IndiGo apart from Indus Air.

According to the industry analysts, domestic airlines are expected to make a cumulative loss of Rs 1,800 crore to Rs 2,250 crore in 2006-07 in the overcrowded Indian aviation space.

Indus Air Director Krishnan Gopal Beri confirmed the suspension of commercial operations. “We have suspended operations temporarily owing to the shortage of spare parts. We have requested aircraft leasing company GE Commercial Aviation Service (GECAS) to avail parts of Bombardier aircraft. Safety is the most important aspect and the moment we get the necessary spares, we will start operations,” Beri told Business Standard.

An airport representative of Indus Air said the passengers who had booked tickets in advance would get refunds.

Indus Air, which holds a scheduled operating licence, was connecting feeder routes such as Amritsar and Chandigarh to Mumbai and Delhi with two 50-seater Bombardier CRJ 200 aircraft. The airline served food and other facilities during travel unlike budget carriers.

A senior government official pointed out that the airline had failed to pay lease rentals of its two aircraft, which led to cancellation of registration of the aircraft. “The ministry of civil aviation will take a final call on the licence status of Indus Air considering the changed norms of operations,”the official added.
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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) may soon allow domestic airlines to permit passengers to use mobile phones and access mail on PDAs while air-borne.

Sources said the DGCA is reviewing tests by the US-based Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and European Air Safety Agency (EASA) on mobile phone usage on board aircraft.

At present, passengers are asked to switch off their mobile phones in-flight on the assumption that telecom signals may interfere with the plane’s navigational tools and ground-based communications. But tests carried out by global agencies on airlines such as Emirates and Ryan Air have shown that there is no danger or disturbance.

International players such as British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and Qantas are also planning to install GSM mobile technology on board aircraft.

In India, Kingfisher Airlines could be the first off the block. The airline has sought government permission and started talks with German telephone equipment company OnAir to install technology allowing passengers to use GSM mobile phones while in the air.

Under the new technology, GSM phone signals will be transferred from the cabin through a satellite to a GSM network on earth and connect the in-flight caller to the receiver of the call.
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Old April 11th, 2007, 10:00 AM   #488
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photo cc right vm2827


Flight gets bogged down on taxi-way at IGI


Two Air India Flights Make Emergency Landings in Indian Capital
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Old April 11th, 2007, 12:46 PM   #489
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Wednesday April 11, 10:24 AM
India's Jet Airways restarts talks to buy Air Sahara

MUMBAI (AFP) - India's largest private carrier Jet Airways said on Tuesday it had revived talks to take over domestic rival Air Sahara after an earlier proposed 500-million-dollar deal collapsed.

The takeover would be India's largest airline merger.

"Negotiations have re-commenced for the buyout," a Jet Airways spokeswoman told AFP in Mumbai, India's financial centre.

The spokeswoman would not comment on a television report that the two airlines had already struck a deal for 418 million dollars.

The merger collapsed nine months ago in a row over pricing.

Afterwards both sides went to court to seek money lodged in an account intended for the merger.

The new takeover talks came amid arbitration hearings in Mumbai over the return of money to the two companies.

As of last December, Jet held a 32.8 percent share of India's booming aviation market while Air Sahara had an 8.7 percent share, according to figures from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.

At least half a dozen carriers, including budget airlines, have taken flight in the past three years in India's liberalised skies, which were previously dominated by two state-run companies.

The sector is expected to see a wave of consolidation as analysts say there are too many airlines.

India's airlines lost a total of 400 million dollars in the nine months ended December 2006 as high fuel and aircraft purchase costs hit carriers, airline experts said at an aviation conference earlier this year.
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Old April 12th, 2007, 09:24 AM   #490
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Last I heard, the final verdict on the deal should be out within the next 7 days. Both sides are apparently working on the fine print.

There is an arbirtration panel appointed by the Supreme Court of India and it will hold its meeting today.
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Old April 14th, 2007, 06:17 AM   #491
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India dismisses airline complaints over missile test

NEW DELHI, April 13, 2007 (AFP) - India on Friday dismissed allegations of recklessness after Indonesia said one of its passenger jets was forced to turn around in mid-air due to a ballistic missile test.

The Garuda Indonesia plane, full of Muslim pilgrims en route to Saudi Arabia, had reached Indian airspace when the nuclear-capable missile flew through the sky.

The incident on Thursday has triggered a diplomatic row between the two countries, with Indonesia's foreign ministry demanding an explanation as to why no warning was given.

But New Delhi said this was not the case.

"A notice was sent a week before the test by Indian aviation authorities to ATC (air traffic control) Jakarta and other ATCs in the region informing them about the launch window dates, danger time, zone and height," Indian foreign ministry spokesman Navtej Sarna told reporters in New Delhi.

"The ATCs were requested to take action to issue notice to aviators and mariners in accordance with relevant ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) provisions," said Sarna.

The statement came as Indonesia threatened to lodge a formal protest, with national carrier Garuda's operations director quoted as saying that "no prior information about the test" had been given.

The Boeing 747 jet carrying 400 people aborted its flight after 90 minutes and returned to the Indonesian capital Jakarta, an Indonesian report said.

Sarna also said India's missile tests were perfectly safe.

"India's missile testing programme has always followed the requisite safety precautions including in the case of the Agni missile test," he said.

The jet's exact location relative to the missile, which trailed orange and yellow smoke as it rocketed skyward, has not yet been made public.

Air India also said one of its incoming passenger flights from Singapore had to return to the city-state because of the missile launch, the Press Trust of India reported.

India announced Thursday the successful test-firing of the medium-range ballistic missile, which can transport a one-tonne nuclear warhead as far away as Beijing.

The Agni-III (Fire-III) blasted off from Wheeler Island, 180 kilometres (110 miles) northeast of Bhubaneswar, capital of the eastern Orissa state.
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Old April 17th, 2007, 04:31 AM   #492
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Air Sahara will be renamed Jetlite


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Within 2-3 weeks, the Air Sahara brand will disappear from the Indian skies and its place will be taken over by a new brand, Jetlite.

And this brand will, for the first time in India, offer a new business model that will be somewhere between the existing low-cost and full-service models.

These are the main plans of Jet Airways for Air Sahara, which is being acquired for Rs 1,450 crore.

When it first agreed to acquire Sahara last year, Jet Airways had plans to merge the two airlines into one entity. Now, it intends to run Jetlite independently as a 100 per cent subsidiary.

Speaking to newspersons on Monday, Mr Naresh Goyal, Chairman of Jet Airways, made it clear that Jet Airways would continue to operate as a full-service airline, while its new subsidiary would be based on the model of being higher than a low-cost airline and below a full-service one.

The transaction is expected to close by April 20, 2007.

According to Mr Goyal, the airline had just received clearance for renaming Air Sahara as Jetlite and the process of repositioning the brand would be wrapped up in 2-3 weeks.

In response to a question, he said that the balance sheet of the new subsidiary would be consolidated with Jet's balance sheet for the period between April 20, 2007 and March 31, 2008.

He was not willing to talk about the financial health of Air Sahara. "The past does not concern us, we are looking at the future. We aim to turn around the airline in the first year of operation."

Jet is betting on its ability to bring down the per-unit cost of the new subsidiary through synergies between the two airlines.

It is confident of deriving cost savings and improved productivity benefits from economies of scale and common facilities, including training, airport handling, finance and administrative facilities.

How will Jet fund the Sahara acquisition and take care of the expansion plans of both the entities? Mr Saroj Dutta, Executive Director, said that funding of the acquisition has already been taken care of.

"Of the Rs 1,450 crore, Rs 500 crore has already been paid (last year, when Jet first agreed to take over Air Sahara). Another Rs 500 crore has been placed as margin money through issue of a bank guarantee of Rs 1,500 crore. The rest is to be paid in four equal annual instalments, which we intend to do through internal accruals. The acquisition will not strain our cash flows."

Jet, on its own, plans to raise up to $400 million equity capital in the next few months.

Jet is also acquiring 30 aircraft for $2.5 billion; 20 wide-bodies aircraft, which will be used for its international expansion plans, are expected to join its fleet between now and October 2007. Another 10 B737 aircraft are in the process of being delivered.
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Old April 20th, 2007, 10:14 PM   #493
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Jet Airways completes Sahara acquisition


The Jet Airways buy-out of Air Sahara, which has been going on since January 2006, was closed today with Jet Airways transferring Rs 400 crore to Air Sahara to acquire all the shares of the latter.

A new management team led by the Chief Commercial Officer of Jet Airways, Mr Gary Kingshott, took charge at Air Sahara on Friday, soon after the Air Sahara President, Mr Alok Sharma, resigned.

Prolonged Arbitration

In a statement Jet Airways said that with the closure of the transaction, Air Sahara has become its wholly owned subsidiary. "It is the intention of Jet Airway to operate Air Sahara as a separate entity while improving the operational and financial performance of the business by leveraging the size of Jet Airways. It is also proposed to re-brand the airline as JetLite in due course," the statement adds.

After prolonged arbitration, on April 12 this year, Jet Airways agreed to purchase Air Sahara. In a statement to the BSE, Jet Airways said that it had acquired Air Sahara for Rs 1,450 crore including Rs 500 crore that had already been paid.

To close the deal, Jet Airways was to transfer Rs 400 crore to Air Sahara before the close of banking hours on Friday. The balance of Rs 550 crore is payable in four interest free annual equal instalments commencing on or before March 30, 2008.
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Old April 22nd, 2007, 07:43 AM   #494
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Indian airline to get Brussels hub for Europe, US flights

BRUSSELS, April 21, 2007 (AFP) - Jet Airways of India is to launch a European hub at Brussels airport for flights into and out of Europe, the company said in a statement.

The new arrangement has been facilitated through a new code-sharing agreement between the Mumbai-registered company and Belgium's Brussels Airlines.

The code-sharing deal will be signed by Jet Airways president Naresh Goyal and Brussels Airline chief Philippe Vander Putten in the Belgian capital on May 2 at a ceremony to be attended by By Belgian Prime Minister Guy Verhofstadt.

The formal announcement of the hubbing arrangement will be made at the same time.

The moves will allow Jet Airways to spread its wings across Europe, where currently it only flies to London's Heathrow, and also into the United States and Canada.

"The hub will allow us to offer a more efficient, high-quality service linking India with Europe, the United States and Canada," the company said in a statement.

The private Indian carrier, created in 1993, currently flies to some 50 destinations in the Indian subcontinent and Asia, plus its London flights. It intends to gradually extend its international operations into North America, Europe, Africa and other Asian destinations.
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India's SpiceJet buys 10 Boeing 737s

WASHINGTON, April 26, 2007 (AFP) - Indian budget airline SpiceJet has placed an order worth 700 million dollars at list prices for 10 Boeing 737-800 passenger planes, the companies said Thursday.

The order adds to 30 Boeing 737s already in the pipeline for the low-cost airline.

"These aircraft are enabling us to add capacity on new and existing routes, and will continue to support SpiceJet's mission of being India's preferred low-cost airline," SpiceJet board director Bhulo Kansagra said in a statement.

SpiceJet started operations in May 2005 and holds around six percent of India's commercial airline market, using a fleet now of 11 Boeing 737-800s.

The New Delhi-based carrier plans to use the 10 new planes, which can each carry up to 189 passengers, on short- and medium-haul flights within India.
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Which airlines in india fly to sri lanka? I know jet airways, air sahara, and indian airlines do but are any others planning on it? Kingfisher maybe?
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India stops Russian flights in Indian airspace, aviation ministry says
15 May 2007

NEW DELHI (AP) - Indian officials have ordered Russian airlines to stop flying in Indian airspace amid a dispute over air rights, an Indian aviation official said Tuesday.

The order goes into effect immediately, said Moushami Chakravarty, spokeswoman for India's civil aviation ministry.

The order came after Russian aviation officials notified the Indian government that Indian airlines would not be able to fly in Russian airspace after June 15, Chakravarty said.

The two nations' agreement on the use of each others' airspace expires on that date, and talks to renew it have yet to be scheduled, Chakravarty said.

Indian officials appeared to be angry that the communique was sent through the Russian national airline Aeroflot.

"We are surprised that the Russian civil aviation authorities sent a letter through Aeroflot rather than dealing directly with their Indian counterparts," Chakravarty said.

Andrei Pryanishnikov, a spokesman for Russia's Federal Air Navigation Service, was unable to confirm the information on Tuesday.
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Which airlines in india fly to sri lanka? I know jet airways, air sahara, and indian airlines do but are any others planning on it? Kingfisher maybe?

Currently only the three you have mentioned
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Which airlines in india fly to sri lanka? I know jet airways, air sahara, and indian airlines do but are any others planning on it? Kingfisher maybe?
Currently Air Sahara has stopped their operations to Srilanka due to closure of Katunayake Airport at night
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India's Air Deccan plans to raise 100 mln dollars from stake sale

BANGALORE, India, May 15, 2007 (AFP) - Air Deccan, India's largest budget airline, plans to raise 100 million dollars by selling up to 26 percent to a professional investor, Managing Director G.R. Gopinath said Tuesday.

The company has appointed investment bank Edelweiss Capital to evaluate at least three potential private investors, Gopinath told AFP in Bangalore, ruling out a strategic sale to billionaire brewer Vijay Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines.

"We are taking time to find out who we should go to bed with," the 55-year-old entrepreneur said, adding a final decision that could involve a sale to more than one player will be made in two weeks to a month.

The three-and-a-half-year-old company may sell between 15 percent and 26 percent of itself, he said, and use the 75-100 million dollar proceeds to fund expansion.

The Bangalore-based firm is trying to cement its place as the second-largest airline in India's increasingly crowded skies.

Gopinath said his airline which boasts about 22 percent market share would overtake Jet Airways as India's largest carrier in two years "by offering the best low-cost product" and building up infrastructure from hangars to aircraft inventories.

The flamboyant Mallya, 51, who owns the world's third-largest distiller in UB Group, said earlier this month that his upmarket Kingfisher Airlines is interested in buying Air Deccan.

Gopinath, who spurned the overture saying a marriage between the two airlines didn't make business or cultural sense, again ruled out a sale to Kingfisher, likening Mallya to "a kid in a toy store" who wants to buy everything in sight.

"It was very presumptuous on his part," said Gopinath, whose praise of Mallya at the ensuing second-anniversary celebration of Kingfisher raised speculation that he may have changed his mind.

Not only were he and Mallya "totally different people" but their visions and culture didn't match, said Gopinath.

The army captain turned eco-farmer created a whole new market when he started Air Deccan, India's first no-frills airline, in August 2003 to compete with state-run Indian Airlines, Jet Airways and Sahara.

He is known for his low-key management style.

Many train travellers switched to Air Deccan, which connected remote parts of India, paying a fraction more than they would on the state-run railroad network while drastically cutting travel time.

The airline, which has flown almost 11 million passengers since it took off, now operates 19 Airbus A320 planes and 24 turboprops, flies to 65 airports and makes 350 journeys a day.

On startup Deccan ordered 62 Airbus aircraft on purchase and 15 on lease as well as 30 turboprop ATRs and another 14 ATRs on lease.

Mallya positioned Kingfisher, which he started in May 2005, as an upmarket airline with world-class in-flight service telling passengers to "fly the good times".

Gopinath said a premium airline such as Kingfisher that caters to the well-heeled and his carrier, which appeals to first-time fliers, wouldn't make ideal partners.

He cited the risk of Air Deccan employees feeling neglected in a marriage with Kingfisher's premium brand.
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