Articles tagged “air india”

Tourism

Sri Lanka’s Renewed Tourism Hopes Crushed by Doubts in Biggest Source Market

Sri Lanka’s biggest inbound market — India — is turning towards alternative destinations. The current Sri Lankan political turmoil threatens to cripple the tourism industry, which is worth more than $3.6 billion to the country and is the third largest foreign exchange earner.

Sri Lanka’s Renewed Tourism Hopes Crushed by Doubts in Biggest Source Market

Airlines

Air India Stokes Price Gouging Uproar and More Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, Air India bans agents from booking flights to Canada, KLM appoints its first ever female CEO, and European authorities approve the merger of two major railway operators.

Air India Stokes Price Gouging Uproar and More Top Stories This Week

Airlines

Air India Bans Agents From Selling Canada Tickets Over Gouging

At a time when India has just resumed scheduled commercial flights to international destinations, agents wonder whether the Air India ban against them is an ill-timed move — or a well-timed one.

Air India Bans Agents From Selling Canada Tickets Over Gouging

Airline Weekly

IndiGo CEO Dismissive of Tata-Air India Deal and New Startups

IndiGo isn't too worried about the changing competitive airline landscape in India. It can afford to be smug — for now — thanks to its commanding position in the country's domestic market and expanding international network, but rivals are nipping at its heels.

IndiGo CEO Dismissive of Tata-Air India Deal and New Startups

Airline Weekly

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Crisis averted — for now — with AT&T and Verizon agreeing to delay launching their controversial, planned 5G wireless networks. Without the delay, airlines warned of massive delays at most of the largest airports in the U.S.

AT&T, Verizon Delay 5G Rollout as Global Airlines Suspend U.S. Flights

Airlines

Tata Takes Back Control of Air India in $2.4 Billion Deal

The government sale puts the airline, which Tata originally founded in 1932, back into the hands of Indian conglomerate. The country's politicians will be relieved.

Tata Takes Back Control of Air India in $2.4 Billion Deal

Airlines

Tata Reportedly Ahead of SpiceJet Founder in Auction for Air India

Indian conglomerate Tata may be the winner of an auction for ailing national carrier Air India, reports indicate. And while the government denies a decision, the on-again, off-again, three-year sale appears nearing a conclusion.

Tata Reportedly Ahead of SpiceJet Founder in Auction for Air India

Airlines

Add 4.5 Million Air India Passengers to Massive Airlines Data Breach From March

A bunch of Star Alliance airlines earlier this year disclosed passenger information had been compromised. It was't clear then if other airlines had fallen victim, too. Now we know — with Air India this weekend disclosing a huge breach.

Add 4.5 Million Air India Passengers to Massive Airlines Data Breach From March

Airlines

Conglom Tata Sons Expected to Bid for State-Run Carrier Air India

There's a lot on offer, including 900 slots across overseas airports and a stake in a cargo and ground handling outfit. But taking on an airline after such a disastrous year would be a major gamble.

Conglom Tata Sons Expected to Bid for State-Run Carrier Air India

Business Travel

Corporate Travel Agencies Still Busy Helping Repatriate People — And Even Pets

Evacuations are difficult at the best of times. Now corporate travel agencies are battling border closures, offline bookings, canceled flights and quarantines.

Corporate Travel Agencies Still Busy Helping Repatriate People — And Even Pets