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India's domestic air traffic to be lower at 5.5-7 crore passengers this fiscal year: CAPA

India's domestic air traffic to be lower at 5.5-7 crore passengers this fiscal year: CAPA

The latest forecast is a sharp downward revision compared to the traffic of 8-9 crore passengers estimated earlier for the same period.

Coronavirus update: CAPA says most airlines will be bankrupt by May-end unless there is coordinated govt-industry action

Coronavirus update: CAPA says most airlines will be bankrupt by May-end unless there is coordinated govt-industry action

Across the world, airlines have announced drastic reduction in their operations in the wake of the coronavirus outbreak.

Domestic airlines may post higher losses at $1.65-1.90bn: CAPA

Domestic airlines may post higher losses at $1.65-1.90bn: CAPA

Mumbai: The domestic airlines industry is expected to post higher losses at USD 1.65-1.90 billion this fiscal year, up from projected USD...Read More

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Low-cost carriers to remain profitable, but domestic industry may go in the red: report

Mumbai : Indian airlines are expected to report combined lossess to the tune of $ 250-300 million as against an estimated  profit of $ 12...Read More

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CA Fadnis is Dy Prez of CAPA

Indore : CA Manoj Fadnis, national president of Institute of Chartered Accountants of India (ICAI) was elected as Deputy President of Con...Read More

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