Articles Tagged ‘India’

Kingfisher fights for market share at India’s biggest airport

Kingfisher fights for market share at India’s biggest airportMumbai is India’s biggest airport. Kingfisher is India’s most ambitious airline. So what are its operations like at this key airport? On which routes does it have a monopoly and on which does it have to face eight (yes, eight) other airlines? Which are Kingfisher’s other main bases? And what risky venture has Kingfisher’s boss just taken on?

India’s airlines split into two categories on domestic pricing

India’s airlines split into two categories on domestic pricingNow this is what you call competition! We look at fares on this key Indian domestic route where Kingfisher is slugging it out with seven other carriers. Just how cheap are fares on this 75 minute sector? And which airlines are consistently the cheapest and most expensive? What are last minute fares like? How early in the morning could you catch a flight?

Indian domestic growth gathers pace once more

Market Trends: Indian domestic trafficAfter signs of an apparent slowdown in the rate of traffic growth at Indian airports, June and July saw traffic growth head back up again to around 35%, despite plans to rationalise and consolidate. Which airports are growing fastest and which carriers have gained market share in October compared with when we last looked in August?


30% domestic growth continues despite talk of consolidation

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsAre there any signs of growth slowing in the Indian domestic market? Which are the busiest domestic airports and how is traffic developing in 2007? How dominant are Mumbai and Delhi? Based on capacity figures for August, what market shares are the airlines achieving? Is Jet still the largest domestic airline?

anna alert: Indian domestic growth rates slowing

Article Thumbnail: Market TrendsThere are signs of a slowdown in the manic growth of Indian air travel. Sure, it’s still nearly 30%, but a year ago it was 60%. Which airlines saw their domestic market share fall in 2006 and who grabbed nearly 5% after just four months?