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Should newer airlines be allowed? [9 vote(s)]

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According to you should the government allow newer airlines to start operations?

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I say NO. Mainly because the current market is slowing down (getting steady to be precise)


So newer airlines more competition bubble to burst earlier than expected.


Now its your chance.



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You need to add an option.


I say Yes but subject to their strong financial background.


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I say not at the moment. Not until the market has stabilised a bit. No point starting more airlines having to sell tickets at loss making fares. Bad for them and for the current airlines

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I say NO. There are too many players in the industry. More airlines means more planes which in turn means more congestion. New airlines could be allowed to start after capacity expansion at the airports.

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I vote for yes--- there are many city pairs that can accommodate extra flights and there is scope for growth. India has such a small aviation base that a 25% rise in traffic makes people eyes bulge out, when the reality is that it is still very very small market.

The problem of overcapacity is only one of the many reasons, oil prices being the other. I think it's the massive fall in yields that have hurt the carriers. Airlines offering free tickets and even Rs 6 tickets are being foolishly ruthless in undercutting one anotherís price. If they stop this pricing policy the market will grow at 15% instead of 25%, so what? The government should cut ATF taxes and loosen their grip on the industry, with that costs will fall and airlines will have les to complain about.

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As the saying goes everything is fair in Love and War. I vote for yes . Because when see a fare war taking its a fight between 2 groups while one which wants to make flying affordable and within the reach of the common man and the another which treats flying as a symbol of luxury and class and wealthy.

It would be purely uncompetetive if the Govt tries to restrict the market inorder to maintain the health of the airlines. Becoz thats something which the market dynamics should be deciding as to who is fit and who is unfit.

rest time will tell as to whether airlines can become common mans means of transport or not...

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By supporting newer airlines to start you are spreading the msg of war between them not love



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Competation is best for the Consumer.


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Well said Mel thats wat i actually wanted to comprehend. Why winge that industry is losing and stuff wen ultimately its we as consumers who r benifitting the most

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Well said Mel thats wat i actually wanted to comprehend. Why winge that industry is losing and stuff wen ultimately its we as consumers who r benifitting the most




Have a look on the other side as well.


Airlines running in deep losses...fear of airline close-downs and loss of jobs. Then eventually its back to square one.



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So u mean now i should be carefull enough and pay more so that the airline industry doesnt run into losses. Its the management,s job to decide how to run their airline profitably not the customers headache. If they are so sensitive about the industry losses

why dont they tweek down their pilots and co pilot,s salaries and their take home packages.. KCM there are many ways to cut losses if u want rather than just crib that there is too much intense competetion.

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the_380 wrote:



 

Have a look on the other side as well.


Airlines running in deep losses...fear of airline close-downs and loss of jobs. Then eventually its back to square one.






Its up to the MGMT of the Airline concerned,to ensure that losses are reduced,not a the cost of closure.


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