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Indian aviation’s wings will remain clipped long after the coronavirus lockdown

Passenger traffic growth will be negative in financial year 2021.

These are the cancellation and rescheduling polices of Indian airlines amid Covid-19

Ground reality, though, is different from official policy.
Condom-makers, puncture fixers, Uber: Why are parody Twitter handles banning an Indian comedian?

Condom-makers, puncture fixers, Uber: Why are parody Twitter handles banning an Indian comedian?

Kunal Kamra, Modi minister, and India's top airlines walk into a bar. Jokes fly.
Will Nirmala Sitharaman’s budget let Indian aviation fly again?

Will Nirmala Sitharaman’s budget let Indian aviation fly again?

Industry battles a sluggish economy, rising maintenance costs, fuel prices, and debt.
Boeing employees pushed back on “stupid” airlines and regulators who asked for more pilot training

Boeing employees pushed back on “stupid” airlines and regulators who asked for more pilot training

"Make them feel stupid about trying to require any additional training requirements."
Do latest air traffic numbers suggest the worst is over for Indian aviation?

Do latest air traffic numbers suggest the worst is over for Indian aviation?

In 2019, the sector faced a blow when Jet Airways collapsed.
IndiGo hits another turbulence as India’s regulator goes after planes with faulty engines

IndiGo hits another turbulence as India’s regulator goes after planes with faulty engines

IndiGo has time till Jan. 31 to replace planes with faulty engines.
Dear finance minister, your budget could seal Indian aviation’s fate

Dear finance minister, your budget could seal Indian aviation’s fate

Domestic passenger traffic fell for the first time in five years in April.
Donald Trump’s Iran threat is the last problem Indian flyers want to deal with

Donald Trump’s Iran threat is the last problem Indian flyers want to deal with

Rising fares, flight shortage, and increasing travel duration are already a pain.
India’s oldest private carrier is headed for the bankruptcy court as nobody wants to buy it

India’s oldest private carrier is headed for the bankruptcy court as nobody wants to buy it

Lenders can expect only a fraction of their dues from bankruptcy proceedings.
Want to fly your own drone like Zomato? These YouTubers explain why that won’t be easy
The skies are getting clearer for the Tata group’s aviation business

The skies are getting clearer for the Tata group’s aviation business

The Tatas have been infusing funds, adding aircraft and charting overseas plans.
Can the Indian Air Force solve aviation companies’ pilot crunch?

Can the Indian Air Force solve aviation companies’ pilot crunch?

Transitioning from defence to civil aviation is a pretty simple process.
IndiGo may have just signalled a revival for India’s aviation industry