Indian Airlines Prepare for Consolidation Round 2
India’s airline sector appears headed for another round of consolidation in 2009, as carriers seek to return the industry to profitability after a turbulent couple of years. Earlier attempts have not been particularly successful. But this appears to be the only option. [1995 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Consolidation Round 1: Disappointing Results
- Jet Airways-Air Sahara: a strategic mistake
- Air India-Indian Merger: Nice idea, poor execution
- Kingfisher Airlines-Deccan: Not as easy as it sounded
- More Consolidation now around the Corner?
- The Outlook: Round 2 for the New Indian Airline Industry
Graphs and data:
- Indian domestic market share in Jan-09
- Jet Airways share price: Mar-05 to 09-Mar-09
- Air India market share: Jan-04 to Jan-09
- Indian domestic passenger load factor in Jan-09
- Domestic Capacity Change by Carrier Feb-09 v May-09
- Indian domestic passenger numbers and passenger number growth: Feb-08 to Jan-09
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