With Rs 1500 crore exposure, SBI trying to revive Kingfisher Airlines















With Rs 1500 crore exposure, SBI trying to revive Kingfisher Airlines
Economic Times
MUMBAI: State Bank of India, the lead banker in the 17-lenders consortium that extended Rs 7,000 crore loans to the now grounded Kingfisher Airlines, on Wednesday said the banks are "trying to do everything to find an amicable solution" to the carrier ...
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Korean Air, Qatar Airways interested in Czech Airlines
Reuters India
PRAGUE (Reuters) - The Czech government will decide on the privatization of Czech Airlines (CSA) as early as April next year after weighing possible bids from Korean Air (003490.KS) and Qatar Airways. The state is in early talks with the two airline ...
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China's Southern Airlines seals $1.9 bln deal to buy 10 Airbus planes
Economic Times
HONG KONG: China Southern Airlines Co Ltd , the country's largest carrier by fleet size, has agreed to buy 10 Airbus A330-300 aircraft for about $1.9 billion, to be delivered in stages from 2014 to 2016. The deal is the second involving Europe's Airbus...
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Book cabs, hotels on airline websites as Indian carriers chase ancillary revenue
Times of India
NEW DELHI: In a bid to boost their abysmally low non-ticket or ancillary revenue, airlines are fast turning their websites into a one-stop shop for all travel requirements. The websites of Jet Groupairlines have started offering hotel bookings for ...
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United Airlines Boeing 787 in emergency landing as inspections ordered
Financial Express
Its latest problem involved a brand new United Airlines 787 Dreamliner with 184 people aboard, which was forced to make an emergency landing in New Orleans due to an undefined mechanical issue. Boeing also said on Tuesday the U.S. Federal Aviation ...
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Airlines asked to display the range of fares for each route
Times of India
MUMBAI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked domestic airlines to display tariff, slab wise on each route they operate so as to bring transparency in pricing and the consumer will have an idea of the highest and lowest fares on ...
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Mozambican and Sao Tome airlines remain on EU blacklist
Macauhub
The airlines of Mozambique and Sao Tome and Principe are still banned from operating in the European Union and Angola's airline, Taag will continue with previously imposed restriction, according to an updated air safety list issued Tuesday in Brussels.
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Airlines Try to ClipCriminal Litigation
Wall Street Journal
International aviation officials will take a big step Wednesday in their campaign to shield pilots andairline officials against criminal cases stemming from flight accidents around the world. At an unusual public meeting in Washington, legal and air ...
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7 lessons about airlines this road warrior learned in 2012
Bizjournals.com (blog)
American Airlines may have had to declare bankruptcy, but it seems to have a better ear for its customers' concerns than rival United. Joe Brancatelli: Business Travel Columnist. It's nearly 40 years since I took my first business trip as a fledgling ...
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Airline of the Year Award for Emirates
Travel Daily News International
DUBAI, UAE - Emirates, one of the world's fastest growing airlines, has been awarded the prestigious Centre for Aviation (CAPA) Airline of the Year 2012; the third time that Emirates has won the award. The CAPA Airline of the Year is awarded to the ...
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