AFTER A DREAM RUN THAT SAW the doubling of capacity in two years and the opening up of dozens of routes all over the country, India's domestic airline industry seems to be headed for a hiatus. Signs of weakness in the sector are now there for all to see. Every airline is battling red ink and the carriers are expected to tot up aggregate losses of more than $500 million for the year to March 31, 2007. Furthermore, the wellspring of funding is running dry, with the equity markets largely ...

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