Monday, January 27, 2020

There is no better time than now to launch an airline in India

The Indian aviation market split by business model currently has four low-cost carriers and two full-service carriers. This includes the national carrier, which when privatised or shut down, will free up more capacity for the taking.

Segmentation is occurring slowly but surely, capacity continues to pour in, airports constraints are easing and liquidity remains challenging. Balance sheets are fragile, the government recently has pushed for new legislation offering policy certainty for foreign investors and several talented folks at current airlines find themselves facing the proverbial glass ceiling and as such are itching to prove themselves.
Thus, for a new entrant looking to enter the market, there are several avenues and opportunities, writes Satyendra Pandey in CNBC TV18 >>

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