from India Insight:

Full-service airlines have room for growth in India – Vistara CFO

July 20, 2015

India’s aviation sector is dominated by low-cost carriers such as IndiGo and SpiceJet but Niyant Maru, chief financial officer of India’s newest airline Vistara, says there is room for growth in the full-service carrier segment as increasing prosperity leads to demand for quality in-flight services.

from Expert Zone:

India Markets Weekahead – Be fearful of greedy street

December 7, 2014

(Opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Thomson Reuters)

The past week belonged to individual stocks as the Nifty took a breather, closing with a small loss of 0.45 percent at 8,538. A host of stocks related to defence, railways and power ancillaries hogged the limelight on hopes of huge order flows. Jewellery stocks rallied after the government relaxed gold import norms.

from India Insight:

Fare wars over India: You win, airlines lose

February 19, 2013

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author and not of Reuters)

Indians like it cheap -- be it a car, a phone call or airfare. If that plane ticket is about 25 percent cheaper than a train ticket, you can imagine the rush to buy.

from Money on the markets:

SpiceJet, Sun TV slip on CBI probe talk

February 7, 2011

SpiceJet aircraft prepares for landing at the airport in Mumbai July 15, 2008. REUTERS/Punit Paranjpe/FilesShares in SpiceJet and Sun TV Network fell on market talk that Sun founder Kalanithi Maran's deal of buying a stake in SpiceJet was under investigation by the Central Bureau of Investigation, four dealers said.

from Money on the markets:

Airline stocks face the heat

August 3, 2009

Airline stocks failed to bring cheer to the market on Monday after the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) called off plans for a one-day strike later this month.SPICEJET/INVESTMENT