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26 June 2020

Commercial freedom can deliver a quick-win for India’s struggling airline industry

CAPA India’s recent webinar on ‘Reinventing the Airline Business Model’ highlighted many critical strategic reforms that are required to make the Indian aviation system sustainable and profitable. Key pivots of this change include:


1 May 2020

Recovery will not be easy and will require critical strategic decisions to be taken by the industry and government

Indian aviation is expected to confront a series of challenges in the coming weeks and months, each of which could have a serious structural impact. The risks and implications are arguably under-estimated at a policy level.


06 April 2020

Global aviation is in the midst of a crisis for which the industry is fast running out of adjectives

Based on the number of daily flights tracked by Flightradar24, global aviation activity has declined by 66.8% over the last month. In India the decline in aircraft movements has been even more dramatic, with the government having suspended all scheduled domestic and international flights until 15-Apr-2020, a date which may be further extended. With the exception of a handful of cargo and repatriation charter flights, India’s skies are largely empty.