Some of the privately owned Indian carriers that belong to the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) are planning to refuse to fly on Aug. 18--and possibly longer--they announced today at an impromptu press conference in Mumbai, to draw the public’s attention to their financial plight. While the airlines involved represent 70% of the market share in India, FIA founding member Air India was not asked to participate by the rest, and it is planning to add service on that day to take up the ...
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