India’s LCCs spread their wings overseas
In October 2010, SpiceJet will become the first independent Indian LCC to launch international operations. This marks an important step in the development of the low-cost model in India, which has been embraced in the domestic market. [1609 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- Mandatory domestic operations place Indian carriers at disadvantage
- LCC international operations currently limited
- IndiGo targets international expansion; GoAir not yet eligible
- Air India Express going the other way
Graphs and data:
- Chennai-Colombo capacity (seats) share (%) by carrier: Sep-2010
- Delhi-Kathmandu capacity (seats) share (%) by carrier: Sep-2010
- SpiceJet, IndiGo, GoAir and JetLite networks (international destinations in green): Sep-2010
- Weekly International LCC Seats from India, Sep-10
- India international capacity (seats) share (%) by carrier: Sep-2010
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