The Prime Minister’s Office Poser Revives Question Of Control In Airlines
Is India beginning to insist that its policy on foreign Airlines INVESTING in local ones be adhered to in letter and in spirit? The Prime Minister’s Office (PMO) has written to the civil Aviation Ministry, asking whether the issuance of a licence to Air Asia India Pvt. Ltd, an Airline effectively controlled by a Malaysian company, was in violation of the country’s Airline ownership rules, especially those regarding control.
The move is likely to have repercussions for the two other Airlines that have foreign INVESTMENT the Tata Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) joint venture called Vistara, and Jet Airways (India) Ltd. Spokespersons for AirAsia India and Tata SIA declined comment. An e-mail, text message and calls made to a spokesperson for Jet Airways remained unanswered. In September 2012, India allowed Foreign Airlines to INVEST up to 49% in an Indian Airline, provided substantial ownership and control remained with Indian nationals.
Levels of Control in Management in Airlines,
Methods of Control of Airlines,
Span of Control in Management,
Functions of Control in Airlines
Importance of Control in Airlines,
Airline Control Valve,
Airline Control Program,
Lee's Airline Control Kit,
Mohini Porwal [ B Sc]
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Indian Aviation News Editor