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Jet Airways announces three-year turnaround strategy with Etihad 
Jet Airways and Etihad Airways have announced a three-year turnaround plan for the Indian carrier’s return to profitability.
Air India A321
Indian government budgets higher equity infusion into Air India  1
India’s government has budgeted for Rs 65 billion ($1.8 billion), as equity infusion for flag carrier Air India during the financial year 2014-15.
Air India Boeing 787-8
Air India to join Star Alliance July 11 
Star Alliance has unanimously approved Air India’s entry into the network, set for July 11.
Zimbabwe LCC flyafrica set to launch in July 
African low-cost carrier (LCC) Zimbabwe flyafrica.com is set to launch July 16 with flights from Victoria Falls to Johannesburg.
Indian carriers object to new Tata-Singapore Airlines JV 
Four domestic Indian carriers have objected to the Tata-Singapore Airlines (SIA) full-service airline venture, slated to launch end of this year.
AirAsia India A320
AirAsia India set to launch operations  1
AirAsia India is set to launch its maiden flight Thursday from the southern Indian city of Bangalore to Goa.
Air India Boeing 787-8
Air India reportedly seeks 787 compensation from Boeing 
Air India is reportedly demanding compensation from Boeing for delivering 787s that do not meet promised fuel-efficiency targets because the aircraft are heavier than planned.
Jet Airways A330-300
Jet Airways losses mount in FY14, appoints new CEO 
India’s Jet Airways group has reported a consolidated loss of Rs 42 billion ($689 million) for the financial year April 2013 to March 2014, widened from Rs 7.7 billion in the prior-year period.
IndiGo Airbus A320
India’s IndiGo leads the market in domestic traffic 
Indian low-cost carrier (LCC) IndiGo has widened its lead on domestic routes in April with a 31.6% market share, according to data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation.
SpiceJet 737-800
SpiceJet posts third straight annual loss 
Indian low-cost carrier (LCC) SpiceJet reported a net loss of Rs10 billion ($167 million) for its fiscal year ended March 31.
DGCA asks Indian carriers to track all aircraft in real time 
India’s civil aviation regulator has asked Indian airlines to track all aircraft in real time.
AirAsia India A320
AirAsia India cleared to launch 
India’s newest low-cost carrier (LCC) AirAsia India has received its air operator’s permit from the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), clearing the way for launch.
Air India Boeing 787-8
Air India plans to expand A320 fleet 
India’s flag carrier Air India, which is set to expand its Airbus A320 fleet, has issued a tender for bids for up to 14 used A320 aircraft.
SpiceJet 737-800
India’s DGCA asks SpiceJet to stop selling rock-bottom fares 
India’s Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday asked Chennai-based low-cost carrier (LCC) SpiceJet to stop selling tickets at rock-bottom fares.
India’s new airline gets ministry go-ahead 
The new Indian full-service airline planned by the Tata group and Singapore Airlines (SIA) has received a "no objection" certificate from India’s Ministry of Civil Aviation, bringing the carrier a step closer to launch.
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