US slaps Imran Khan on wrist

US slaps Imran Khan on wrist

US hints Imran Khan is doing the wrong thing in trying to bring down Nawaz Sharif govt...
No table for three

No table for three

Narendra Modiís gamble wonít work unless Delhi gets act together on J&K, border management...

Domestic airlines logged Rs 10,000 cr loss, Kingfisher Airlines 'most significant'

Sep 26 2013, 20:32 IST
Comments 0
The report was released during the day-long Aviation ICT Forum 2013. Reuters The report was released during the day-long Aviation ICT Forum 2013. Reuters
SummaryThe report was released during the day-long Aviation ICT Forum 2013.

The domestic airlines industry is estimated to have posted losses to the tune of over Rs 10,000 crore in the previous fiscal, nearly 18 per cent down from a year ago, according to a report.

Centre may ease flying rules for airlines on international routes

"Capa estimated India's airlines industry posted a combined loss of Rs 105 billion in the FY13, down from the approximately Rs 127 billion the previous year," aviation think-tank Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (Capa) airlines IT services provider SITA said in a report.

Centre expects states to slash taxes on aviation fuel

The report was released during the day-long Aviation ICT Forum 2013.

Observing that more than 40 per cent of these losses were incurred in the last quarter of 2012-13 fiscal alone, the report said, "This squandered the improved performance of the earlier three quarters."

The total industry turnover increased by 8.9 per cent to Rs 54,000 in FY2012-13, the report said, adding: "The revenues from international operations increased by 4.1 per cent during the year."

Terming the grounding of Kingfisher Airlines Ltd as one of the most significant development for the industry in FY2012-13, which highlighted the challenging environment, the report said: "The cost environment remained hostile throughout the year with the weakness of the Indian rupee and continued high oil prices being the key challenges."

Even though Brent crude levels softened towards the end of the year, the depreciation of the rupee meant that carriers' fuel prices in India continued to rise, the report said.

Ads by Google
Reader´s Comments
| Post a Comment
Please Wait while comments are loading...