Articles tagged “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

Airlines

India Considers Backing Down After U.S. Government Accuses It Of Favoring Air India

In so many ways, aviation has been set back decades by Covid-19. This is another example. After years of encouraging open skies agreements, governments are moving to protect their air carriers. At least India understands it may need to walk this back.

India Considers Backing Down After U.S. Government Accuses It Of Favoring Air India

Coronavirus

India Aims to Repatriate Hundreds of Thousands of Stranded Citizens

India is working with Air India and some Arab Gulf states to repatriate hundreds of thousands of migrant laborers and other citizens stranded by the coronavirus pandemic. It could end up being one of the largest emergency evacuations in decades.

India Aims to Repatriate Hundreds of Thousands of Stranded Citizens

Airlines

India to Stop Domestic Flights and Suspends Rail Service

While India had only eight confirmed deaths from coronavirus as of Monday, experts warn that a jump in cases is likely soon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government ordered a shutdown of domestic flights. Rail travel is already suspended. The economic pain will be fierce.

India to Stop Domestic Flights and Suspends Rail Service

Airlines

Air India Put on the Block Yet Again by the Indian Government

Different year, same story. The Indian government's previous attempts to sell the national flag carrier have all failed and we're not sure the result this time will be any different, especially if the buyer has to absorb $3.26 billion of debt.

Air India Put on the Block Yet Again by the Indian Government

Airlines

How Struggling Air India Is Setting the Stage for a Major Battle Among Distribution Giants

Much is at stake for global distribution systems and travel agencies as struggling Air India uses airline distribution as a means to stay afloat. The real winners and losers in this battle are still up in the air, with Amadeus back in the game after pulling out over a year ago.

How Struggling Air India Is Setting the Stage for a Major Battle Among Distribution Giants

Airlines

India Wants to Make It Easier For Foreigners to Invest in Its Airlines

Like so many other flag carriers around the world, Air India seems to exist in a perpetual state of limbo. Nobody wants to buy it, but the government doesn't want to pull the plug.

India Wants to Make It Easier For Foreigners to Invest in Its Airlines

Airlines

Sabre Plays Hardball With Finnair and 5 Other Top Aviation Stories This Week

This week, Sabre stopping selling Finnair tickets as talks over a new contract broke down while European airlines will most likely have to pay a new EU tax on jet fuel. Meanwhile, India is so desperate to sell its national airline, it has agreed to take over $7 billion in debt to make Air India seem more attractive to a buyer.

Sabre Plays Hardball With Finnair and 5 Other Top Aviation Stories This Week