IATA DG and CEO Giovanni Bisignani said that India's airlines are expected to post a $400 million loss in 2010 despite an increase in passenger traffic, and that a coordinated policy approach among government ministries is “urgently needed”  to shore up the gains made in India’s aviation industry. Speaking in New Delhi, Bisignani noted that India is “more connected than ever to our globalized world, bringing enormous economic benefits,” which has ...

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