Jet Airways Konnect
Location of Jet Airways Konnect main hub (Mumbai Airport)
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Star Alliance yesterday announced that its members had decided to “put Air India’s alliance membership application on hold”. The beleaguered carrier had been given until 31-Jul-2011 to demonstrate its suitability for membership.
Hyderabad Rajiv Gandhi International Airport, which celebrated its third anniversary of operations on 23-Mar-2011, stated it has developed a three-pronged strategy to improve its revenues in the wake of a decline in the real estate market.
Mumbai International Airport Limited (MIAL) – the GVK Power and Infrastructure and South African Airports joint venture operating Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport – announced it has signed a contract with NATS, the UK-based Air Navigation Services Provider, to improve the efficiency of flight operations.
Air India, India’s state-owned national carrier, is continuing to struggle to cope with continued and significant losses and accumulated high debt levels as it seeks another government equity infusion. Air India is facing pressure to turn around its operations not only from within but from Star Alliance, with formal entry into the alliance dependent on achieving certain membership requirements which Air India has been slow to meet.
Dubai’s Emirates has continued the astonishing run of profitability displayed by large carriers this reporting season, revealing a USD925 million net profit for the first six months of the financial year to 30-Sep-2010. The figure is a 351.2% increase compared with the USD205 million profit it reported for the same period in 2009, and just USD40 million shy of the net profit it reported over the 2009/10 financial year.
India has been a “white spot” in the global alliances network but with the market set to be amongst the fastest growing in the world over the next two decades, it is not surprising that this may be about to change.