FDI won't come to Indian aviation till high costs prevail: IATA chief Tony Tyler
PTI: Geneva, Dec 25 2012, 13:30 IST
for a declining air traffic, "if you put the cost of operating for the airlines it is going to reduce the amount of operations they are going to do. They are not going to be able to put fares in the market that will keep people flying," the IATA chief said.
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