Tata’s Bid for Air India: Will it be a Good Call?
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Tata’s Bid for Air India: Will it be a Good Call?

Over the weekend, several news outlets claimed that the TATA Group had filed an official expression of interest in bidding for the troubled national air carrier Air India.

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The Revival of Jet Airways: In the Making
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The Revival of Jet Airways: In the Making

Throughout the Indian history, whenever the ruling government has been found fishing for a compliment, the opposition is always prepared to hit back with a few common problems, the most common one being the evergreen Indian problem of "unemployment". Unemployment in India has been a continuing problem for decades but has never been solved to the fullest. However, the problem always takes a massive leap whenever instances of mass unemployment occur, all at the same time.

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Vijay Mallya Scam: A Story of Luxury, Lifestyle and Greed
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Vijay Mallya Scam: A Story of Luxury, Lifestyle and Greed

The mentality of the Indian masses in recent decades, with the advent of globalization and privatization, has always enticed them to stay away from risk associated courses and head towards safer options of jobs. This had been the reason why most of the Indians believed that the business (of a large extent) is not their cup of tea.

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How will aviation companies take off?
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How will aviation companies take off?

The Aviation Sector in Coronavirus The Coronavirus Disease or popularly known as the COVID19 crisis had forced the entire world to lockdown and halt. All the economic activities have stopped. Even before the lockdown, the first reaction of the people was to cut down their international and later domestic travel plans. The aviation industry, which transports most people in the world across borders, was the first to face the brunt. How Airbus and Boeing, the two largest aircraft manufacturers are dealing with it? This article elaborates the discussion on these issues.

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What are the Impact of Covid-19 on airline industry
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What are the Impact of Covid-19 on airline industry

If you are packing your bags and planning your itineraries to set foot on a new country then, I am afraid as now is not a good time.  Because the airline industry is out-of-order until the “Covid-19 chaos” has been put to an end. On an average day more 100,000 flights spread their wings across the skies. But the pandemic has forced them to stay on the ground. Since the early march countries like US, UK, India implemented lockdown throughout the country and restricted entry or exit of any civilians. As a result of the lockdown, the airline industry around the world witnessed a sharp fall in demand. 

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Covid-19: Its Impact on Aviation and Hospitality Sector
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Covid-19: Its Impact on Aviation and Hospitality Sector

Aviation and Hospitality Bleed Under Covid-19 As the world comes to a standstill fighting the COVID 19 pandemic, the Aviation and the Hospitality are reeling under the huge losses they have been incurring from the start of this virus spread. To contain the spread of the virus governments across the world have announced travel restrictions and lockdowns restricting the movement of people both domestically as well as internationally. Their operations have come to a complete halt with no sign of when normalcy will return. While the hospitality sector is projected to report over Rs 30,000 crore of loss of revenue during 2020, India's aviation sector will report losses over Rs 8,200 crore for just a quarter as international and domestic flights to stay grounded.

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What are the reasons behind the downfall of Air India?
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What are the reasons behind the downfall of Air India?

When you are erecting a castle or a building, it is not the building that matters. But the pillars that hold them up matters the most. Any mistake in the construction of the pillar will simply make the building weak. Similarly, in a business, every decision taken is like constructing the pillar. These pillars are going to bear the entire Empire and small mistakes can be a plot for its end. The story of Air India can be observed along the same line.  A few blunders, which were a part of its history fated Air India’s downfall. 

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The Fall of Vijay Mallya
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The Fall of Vijay Mallya

Mallya was the only son of the successful but frugal beverage entrepreneur Vittal Mallya. While his father lived in Bangalore, running his breweries, Vijay was raised by his mother in Calcutta. But he was under constant pressure from his father, who threatened not to inherit the family's business and fortune unless he conformed and studied hard. Reports say that this paternal pressure created insecurity for the son, who was a spender from a young age. But Vittal died suddenly and, as his only son, Vijay inherited everything.

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Air India Sale: Tata Group Bidding Strategically
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Air India Sale: Tata Group Bidding Strategically

Once upon a time there lived a man named Jamshed who owned a large scale business. Jamshed was in his early thirties, doing well in life and had his future plans sorted as well. So, he got married. Two years later he was blessed with a son.

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Indigo's Promoters' Feud: Rakesh Gangwal vs Rahul Bhatia

Serious Turbulence Among Indigo’s Promoters! Indigo’s Promoters are out in the open competing in a strategic cum legal ‘Tug of War’. What’s going on?

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Why is the Indian Airline Industry in Crisis?
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Why is the Indian Airline Industry in Crisis?

Why is the entire indian airline industry failing to gain profitability? What’s stopping the Indian airlines industry and what could be done to revive them?

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The Future of Air India
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The Future of Air India

If there's an Indian airline that has consumed most of media's 'possession time', that is Air India. The rise in oil prices and the fall of Indian rupee takes the Indian Aviation Industry back to the ground. Even the most profitable airline suffered a loss.

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How is Indigo making Profits?
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How is Indigo making Profits?

Have you ever wondered that how India’s largest airline operator IndiGo operated by Interglobe Aviation flies high despite the tumultuous nature of the airline industry? Well, the answer is the business model on which the carrier operates. The business model, known as the Sale and Leaseback Model, has been one of the consistent reasons for the carrier's soaring profits.

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Will Jet Airways ever fly again?
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Will Jet Airways ever fly again?

“India's aviation market is cut-throat and it is survival of the fittest. One needs not only deep pockets but a deep threshold for pain,” said Shukor Yusof, the head of the aviation consultancy Endau Analytics. 

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