Indigo Airlines- Meandering through the Public Policies on the Success Runway – Can it Fly Higher?
Case Code: BSTR507
Case Length: 14 Pages
Period: 2015 - 16
Pub Date: 2017
Teaching Note: Available
Organization: Indigo Airlines
Industry: Civil Aviation
Themes: Business Strategy
Abstract Case Intro 1 Case Intro 2 Excerpts
In the year 1953, the Government of India purchased a majority stake in the Tata-owned airline – Air India International. This led to a period of nationalization of the air transport industry through the Air Corporation Act. In the 1990s, with the introduction of the Liberalization, Privatization, and Globalization (LPG) policy, the monopoly model in this sector broke down and the doors were thrown open to private players. From the point Damania Airlines entered the Indian market in the year 1991 till the year 2015, government regulations had been active but with varying degrees of intervention. High ATF (Air Turbine Fuel) prices, which were determined through government intervention, Route Dispersal Guidelines (RDGs) and the Open Skies policy, threatened the financial viability of airlines operating in India and became the reason for the exit of many players from the market....
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