Financial Woes Haunt India’s Airlines
“There was a time when people at the airports admired us enviously. Today, they pity us.” The candid words by a senior pilot of the state-owned Air India describe the sad plight of the airline industry in India. The high cost of operating commercial aviation in India is squeezing the lifeblood out...
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