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Old April 24th, 2005, 08:54 PM   #81
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Ah.....I didnt manage to storm to the airport at all, so its comforting to know that there is always a backup!
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Qantas flies from Sydney to Mumbai....the only Indian city Australia serves...
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Ah.....I didnt manage to storm to the airport at all, so its comforting to know that there is always a backup!
hehe yeap,its nice that we slackers have someone who can do the job for us
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India's Jet leases 5 planes, London flights in May

BOMBAY, April 25 (Reuters) - India's largest domestic carrier, Jet Airways Ltd. , has leased five additional aircrafts for its domestic and international operations, and expects to launch services to London in May, the company said.

Jet has leased three Airbus A340-300s from South African Airways for its international operations and two B737-700s from GE Commercial Aviation for its domestic services, the company told the Bombay Stock Exchange on Monday.

Jet proposes to spend $400 million over the next 24-30 months on 17 Boeing B737-800 or B737-900 planes -- of which it will buy 10 and lease seven --- to add to its fleet of 42 planes.

Bombay-based Jet, which launched services to Singapore earlier this month, said it would commence operations to London on May 23. It is also expected to begin flying to Kuala Lumpur.

Britain and India agreed earlier this month to more than double flights on existing routes between the two countries. There will be 56 flights a week from Delhi and Bombay to London and unlimited flights from India on all other routes.

Jet expects international routes to account for 10-15 percent of its turnover this year.

Shares in Jet, which made their stock exchange debut in March, were up marginally at 1,320 rupees ($30.2) in mid-day trade in a slightly weak Bombay market. ($1 = 43.7 Indian rupees)

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Old April 26th, 2005, 02:56 PM   #86
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Boeing and Airbus in the running as Air India board mulls 50 plane deal

BOMBAY, April 26 (AFP) - The board of state-run Air India is meeting Tuesday to decide the purchase of 50 long-range aircraft amid intense lobbying by US giant Boeing and Europe's Airbus Industrie for the six billion dollar deal.

After more than a year of hectic negotiations with the two aircraft makers, the board is likely to decide on the supplier Tuesday.

"The board is meeting today (Tuesday) at around 3:30 pm (1000 GMT) to discuss the plane purchase plan and the sale of government shares in the company," Air India spokesman Jitendra Bhargav said.

The airline wants to buy a mix of planes and has short-listed the Airbus 340-500 or Boeing 777-200 LR, the 350-seat Airbus 340-600 or Boeing 777-300 ER, and the 250-seat Airbus 330-200 or Boeing's new 787 Dreamliner.

The aircraft are scheduled to be delivered over a period of 10 years starting 2006, during which Air India plans to increase seat capacity by 12 percent annually.

Air India, which is currently negotiating with banks to finance the purchase, has been the focus of intense lobbying from Boeing and Airbus for the order.

Media reports claim that the government is pressuring the airline board to split the order in order to satisfy both manufacturers but Boeing is believed to be the front-runner on the back of a new seat configuration and as most of Air India's existing fleet consists of Boeings.

"The airline board is independent to take the decision and we are no way involved in it as it is a techno-economic decision," India civil aviation minister Praful Patel said.

The Economic Times on Sunday said Boeing is being considered after it offered nine seats in a row in economy class instead of the usual eight, giving it more seats and pushing Airbus 330-200 out of race in the medium capacity long-range segment.

The report said Airbus has charged that the seating plan was modified under pressure from Boeing whose other 787 customers like Continental, Air New Zealand and Japan Airlines have an eight seat configuration.

French Transport Minister Gilles de Rubien who was in New Delhi Monday was still hopeful that Airbus will bag the order.

"Airbus planes are the best in the world and we are sure that the order will be bagged by Airbus," he told reporters in the Indian capital.

Air India said late last year that two-thirds of the purchase will be on firm order basis and one-third options.

India's other state-owned carrier, Indian Airlines, also plans to buy 43 new aircraft at an estimated cost of over two billion dollars.

Other private Indian airlines, such as Jet Airways, Sahara and Deccan, are planning fleet expansions as the country's aviation sector is poised to take off after the government allowed private companies to fly international routes.

The number of air travellers in India rose by 26.5 percent in the six months to March with 18.52 million people boarding flights.

The number of passengers is expected to hit 50 million in the next five years as a slew of new private airlines enter the skies on the back of a booming economy.
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Air India orders 50 Boeing aircraft

Air India announced Tuesday a $6 billion order for 50 new Boeing aircraft.
State-owned Air India said it would purchase eight 777-300 long-haul jetliners, 15 737-200 medium range aircraft and 27 787s -- Boeing's newest jet, the Dreamliner.

The Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner and 787-9 airplanes will carry 217-257 passengers and are due to enter service in 2008.

The announcement one day after Air Canada said it would purchase up to 96 Boeing jets and a day before the maiden flight of the Airbus A-380 superjumbo, is a major boost for the US manufacturer.

Earlier in April, Boeing's senior vice president of sales Dinesh Keskar said his company had offered ''comprehensive and competitive bids'' for the planes and last week, U.S. Transportation Secretary Norman Mineta visited New Delhi and lobbied for the deal.

Air India issued the following statement:

The Board of Air-India at its meeting held in Mumbai today approved the aircraft acquisition plan after detailed examination of the recommendations of the in-house Techno-economic Committee appointed for examining the bids. The aircraft acquisition plan approved by the Board, subject to the approval of the Government, envisages procurement of :

~ 8 Boeing 777-200LR Medium Capacity Ultra Long Range aircraft in three-class configuration;

~ 15 Boeing 777-300ER Medium Capacity Long Range-350 seater, in three-class configuration, and

~27 Boeing 787 Medium Capacity Long Range-250 seater, in two class configuration, at a total cost estimated to be about Rs.30,000 crores, prior to negotiations with the manufacturers of air frame and engines.


Air India has a fleet of both Boeing and Airbus aircraft.


Referring to reports appearing in a section of the press regarding alleged changes made after the issue of the request for proposal (RFP), Air-India would like to state that no changes whatsoever were made after issue of the request for proposal.

The Board took note of the fact that there are spillovers in the delivery schedules proposed by both the manufacturers with respect to one or more aircraft. In any case, the final delivery schedule can be decided only after the necessary Government approvals have been obtained and orders are placed.

Boeing and Airbus recently increased their sales forecasts for India

Boeing was forecasting that India would require about 300 planes worth about $25 billion over the next 20 years. In February, during an air show in Bangalore, India, Boeing said that it had revised its forecast to about $35 billion worth of planes. India, according to Boeing, will be the fastest-growing aircraft market after China.

Airbus is forecasting that India will need 570 new jets by 2023 - 348 more planes than Airbus forecast for India just two years ago.

On March 8th, Airbus said that Chinese airlines may need 1,790 new planes worth $230 billion until 2023. Boeing forecast for China is 2,300 planes valued at $180 billion.
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Old April 26th, 2005, 06:50 PM   #88
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so now it is official cool!
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Old April 27th, 2005, 12:40 PM   #89
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At long last!! The endless board meetings are over, and Air India's massive fleet expansion goes ahead.
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Interesting that this comes hot on the heals of that open skies agreement. Is it mere coincidence?
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Air India ground staff go on 24-hour strike, flights disrupted
27 April 2005

BOMBAY (AFX) - Ground staff and engineers of state-run Air India staged a 24-hour wildcat strike today, forcing cancellation of flights, an airline official said.

'The ground staff went on strike this morning and outbound flights have been affected. We're collecting details to get a clearer picture,' Air India spokesman Jitendra Bhargava said.

The Air India Employees Union, the main labour union of the airline, comprising ground staff and engineers, called the strike to protest against a delay in holding elections for union representatives, a union official, who wished to remain unnamed, said.

Management has responsibility for staging the union elections.

The union official said the strike will last 24 hours.

The strike halted Air India's early morning flights to the US, Britain and Germany as well as to the Middle East and other destinations. Inbound flights are also expected to be affected.

There was no immediate comment from the airline on the union's charge that there had been a delay in holding the union elections.

The strike came less than a day after Air India's board approved the purchase of 50 long-range Boeing aircraft to revamp its ageing fleet in a bid to make up ground lost to other international carriers amid fierce competition.
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Ah! Our newscaster is back!
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Poaching: Air Sahara cancel flights
27 April 2005
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MUMBAI: It's probably the first time that an airline has been forced to cancel its flights due to ruthless poaching of senior pilots.

Air Sahara had to take the drastic step after about 10 commanders - as senior pilots are called - put in their papers last Wednesday. The commanders flew to a couple of new airlines scheduled to begin operations next month. An Air Sahara spokesperson admitted the resignations, but said less than 10 commanders had resigned. No other information was forthcoming from the airline. It is not known if the airline seeks to contest the resignations in court.

The effect on Air Sahara's operations has already begun. "Seven Air Sahara flights were delayed in Mumbai on Monday," said a source. Further, of the five flights operated daily by the airline between Delhi and Mumbai, two will be cancelled, the source added.

An Air Sahara official said: "Ten flights scheduled to be operated by May 10 on the Delhi-Kathmandu, Delhi-Guwahati and Delhi-Jaipur sectors have been dropped." Aviation sources said the pilots' resignations were expected. "Resignations have been thick and fast in the past weeks. Officials from ground staff, customer service and the like, who were disgruntled with the management, had put in their papers one by one," said a source. While some staffers were unhappy about not getting an increment in five years, others merely lapped up a lucrative deal.

The Air Sahara official could not put a figure on the total number of resignations submitted so far, but said the manpower shortage had affected operations. But it was only the commanders' resignations last week that forced the airline to cancel flights.

Air Sahara's future plans could be hit. It had decided to treble its fleet and fly to New York and North East Asian destinations.
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More news! More more! We missed them for days!
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yeap,the open air deal...but also..AI needed new planes..they are fealing the pinch of competition
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Muahaha....told you about Jet Airway's ads eh? Btw how do they intend to finance this purchase?
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India's aspiring cabin crews aim to land training places - Flight attendant academies cash in as teenagers dream of a life in the skies
By JO JOHNSON
27 April 2005
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When an Indian Airlines plane recently smashed its nose into the boundary wall at Delhi airport, B.C. Gupta saw an opportunity to cash in on the flight attendant academy boom sweeping India.

Within months of purchasing the Airbus A300, the entrepreneur had cut it into pieces, reassembled it in a residential district of the capital and leased it to the Frankfinn Institute of Air Hostess Training.

Selling the dream of a life in the skies to impressionable teenagers has never been easier for Frankfinn and the dozens of similar institutes that have mushroomed across the country.

Since June 2003, Frankfinn has opened 41 centres offering a one-year diploma covering first aid, hygiene, skin and hair care, swimming (in uniform) and stress management. It plans 10 more centres by June.

India is on the verge of an aviation revolution. Only 50,000 people travel by air each day - a fraction of the number using the creaking rail network.

Yet with the arrival of half a dozen low-cost airlines this year and with the recent signature of open skies agreements with the UK and the US, the collective fleet of the Indian airline industry is set to treble to more than 500 aircraft by 2010.

With the likes of Air Deccan offering flights from Delhi to Bombay for Rs721 (Pounds 8.80), the days when middle class Indians would tolerate day-long rail journeys in conditions of extreme discomfort are coming to an end.

But if there is a chronic shortage of trained pilots, there is an unprecedented glut of wannabe hostesses. "Girls are crazy to become air hostesses," says M. Raj Jenuja, who runs the Aviation and Hospitality Management Institute, one of countless small outfits in Delhi that sell "personality development" courses.

In a country where many have never seen an aircraft and few have flown in one, the life of a flight attendant has a glamour it has largely lost in the travel-weary west.

"It's always been my dream," says Chinky Bhojwani, 18, a student at Delhi University whose cousin is paying the Rs75,000 fees for Frankfinn's part-time diploma.

Competition is intense for jobs that pay starting salaries of Rs20,000 a month and come with perks such as cheap travel and free uniforms.

Alex Wilcox, chief executive of Kingfisher Airlines, which launches commercial operations on May 9, says one advertisement can generate 20,000 responses.

"For people without advanced education, air hostess jobs represent the top of the spectrum of female employment," he says. Whereas the IT industry is now struggling to recruit in sufficient numbers, the airlines can choose from thousands of unskilled school-leavers. Walk-in interviews often degenerate into stampedes, according to Suresh Nair, an aviation expert.

While women's groups in the west have long discouraged airlines from marketing the sex appeal of their cabin crew, India's new low-cost carriers have no hesitation in exploiting a competitive advantage. Kingfisher, an offshoot of the Indian beer empire, boasts that only "Mumbai's finest and hottest women" will staff its "funliners".

Unionisation in the state-owned carriers, Air India and Indian Airlines, has left their cabin crews looking relatively mature. "The new carriers, with air hostesses wearing tight short skirts, gorgeous little caps and perfect smiles, will outclass government airlines whose women got their rights and are no longer the sylphs of your dreams," says Patricia Uberoi, professor of sociology at Delhi University.

But while the institutes may take the training seriously, industry executives are sceptical of the overall value.

"The airlines themselves will give no weight to these certificates when it comes to selecting candidates," says Mr Nair.

Mr Jenuja admits that on average just 2 per cent of young women achieve their dream of flying in uniform. Frankfinn, which claims to be the industry leader, is reluctant to give hard numbers. "Our competitors might try to misuse it," explains Rakesh Agarwal, Frankfinn's managing director. It says it places 20-30 per cent of "eligible" students with airlines.

Others say many young women have an ulterior purpose in pursuing these courses. "The training shops are there so girls can knock up a certificate of dubious quality for the marriage market," Ms Uberoi says. "They are essentially a form of dowry qualification ...a preparation for most women's careers: marriage."
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Muahaha....told you about Jet Airway's ads eh? Btw how do they intend to finance this purchase?
Huaiwei..scan in every ad from newspaper you can find for me!..i did saw some..Heirloom told me about one and took one pic..Nova did the same also

it think the purchase will be paid via IPO of AI. 20% will be sold to the market

The unions will not like it but thats life
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AI its getting listed? Muahaah....its about time it gets a fat trimming.

Hmmm....think there is an ad today, but I wont be able to use my camera since it is more or less spoilt. Hoping to get a replacement this weekend or next.
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AI its getting listed? Muahaah....its about time it gets a fat trimming.

Hmmm....think there is an ad today, but I wont be able to use my camera since it is more or less spoilt. Hoping to get a replacement this weekend or next.
Which paper and which page number? I only got ST and Today though..

As for AI getting listed, the unions can either like it or lump it. Time to get tougher on them already.

AI's current fleet consists of only 37 planes. For comparison, SIA has 89 (according to their website they have 16 more on order and 45 on option). Jet Airways, India's largest domestic airline, has 43. It's more than high time they put this plan of theirs through. I hope they will begin retiring the older planes once they begin to take deliveries of these new planes.

It's been sad flying these last few decades for one of Asia's oldest airlines with an illustrious history. This will be rebirth if (and only if) they succeed in improving their service standards while expanding their fleet. Given the fact that the Aviation Minister is (for once) not an incompetent, I think it's right to hope that AI is now on the road to recovery.
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