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Aakasame nee haddura - What happened to air Deccan?


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After watching this movie konchem random ga browse chesina about the real story of air Deccan . The business model din make sense they literally outsourced everything. Did they really sell 1 rupee tickets ? And profits bane vachai ani undi wiki lo... why did they join kingfisher ? indigo / SpiceJet valla competition vallana? 
Also ee Paresh Goswami real life lo evaru? Jet airways batch ah?

Suriya acting is very good, but heavy drama in the movie everywhere too much kastalu. 
vijay Mallya name Balayya anta lol. Intha joker ni chesaru movie lo, but real life lo they actually took the kingfisher deal no... what re...
also movie starting lo why did Suriya live in tent ? 
 

a maataki aah maata, that guy who started Air Deccan G.R. Gopinath is very inspiring , he must have faced a lot of hurdles back then. Movie lo edo chustam Kani, was wondering, it would be very hard to convince the corporate and the red Tapism throughout India, especially in early 2000s. 

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What ever IndigoAirlines enjoying today was because of Air Deccan.. Gopinath did not had the money but he knew the market, he knew how to cut down the costs, he knew how to operate an aircraft ef

I remember 2006-07 lo Rs1 ticket undey spicejet lo.. basically it was Rs1 fare +Rs 1499 taxes 

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4 minutes ago, Ellen said:

Enduku musesaru asal 2008 lo? After watching this movie konchem random ga browse chesina about the real story of air Deccan . The business model din make sense asal, they literally outsourced everything. Did they really sell 1 rupee tickets ? And profits bane vachai ani undi wiki lo... why did they cease to operate? 3/4 years bane ran, then indigo / SpiceJet valla competition vallana? 
Also ee Paresh Goswami real life lo evaru? Jet airways batch ah?

Suriya acting is very good, but heavy drama in the movie everywhere too much kastalu. 
vijay Mallya name Balayya anta lol. Intha joker ni chesaru movie lo, but real life lo they actually took the kingfisher deal no... what re...
also movie starting lo why did Suriya live in tent ? 
 

a maataki aah maata, that guy who started Deccan air G.R. Gopinath is very inspiring , he must have faced a lot of hurdles back then. Movie lo edo chustam Kani, was wondering, it would be very hard to convince the corporate and the red Tapism throughout India, especially in early 2000s. 

Yes 1 rupee tickets icharu...limited tickets and you need to book 3 to 4 months before. Na friend oka sari Delhi poyadu..vadu from chandigarh 

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Yes 1 rupee tickets icharu...limited tickets and you need to book 3 to 4 months before. Na friend oka sari Delhi poyadu..vadu from chandigarh 

That’s interesting 👍, any idea why did they cease to operate despite profits ?

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12 minutes ago, Ellen said:

Enduku musesaru asal 2008 lo? After watching this movie konchem random ga browse chesina about the real story of air Deccan . The business model din make sense asal, they literally outsourced everything. Did they really sell 1 rupee tickets ? And profits bane vachai ani undi wiki lo... why did they cease to operate? 3/4 years bane ran, then indigo / SpiceJet valla competition vallana? 
Also ee Paresh Goswami real life lo evaru? Jet airways batch ah?

Suriya acting is very good, but heavy drama in the movie everywhere too much kastalu. 
vijay Mallya name Balayya anta lol. Intha joker ni chesaru movie lo, but real life lo they actually took the kingfisher deal no... what re...
also movie starting lo why did Suriya live in tent ? 
 

a maataki aah maata, that guy who started Air Deccan G.R. Gopinath is very inspiring , he must have faced a lot of hurdles back then. Movie lo edo chustam Kani, was wondering, it would be very hard to convince the corporate and the red Tapism throughout India, especially in early 2000s. 

ammesadu ga

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Air Deccan was started in 2003 and now flies to 65 destinations in India, while Kingfisher, which began operations in 2005 named after Mallya’s top-selling beer, now flies to 26 cities. The combined airlines will have a fleet of 71 aircraft and Gopinath said they will control a third of India’s aviation market.

The deal will provide a cash boost for Air Deccan, which reported a net loss of about $52 million for the quarter ending in March. Despite a boom in air travel, the plethora of low-cost carriers that have sprung up in the last few years have been reeling under losses as they try to compete by slashing ticket prices.

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Further info for Malya interest 

Gopinath conceded that the money required for the acquisition of Air Deccan could have been one of the factors, but underscored that Mallya was forced to buy the low-cost airline to make it eligible to fly overseas.

"A domestic airline would not be allowed to fly overseas unless it has completed five years of local operations, which discriminated (against) Mallya. It was to favour Jet. Since he was competing against Jet Airways at that time, and wanted to fly international, he bought Air Deccan to overcome the five year rule," Gopinath said.

He (Mallya) asked the government to relax FDI in aviation, which at that time barred foreign airlines investing in Indian carriers. Jet opposed it and the government did not allow. "But when his airline (KFA) was grounded, hastily this policy was changed and the government permitted Indian carriers to get up to 49 per cent equity from overseas airlines," Gopinath said.

Gopinath also said that the luxury airline business model introduced by Mallya was "not fit" for the Indian market. In his latest innings in the aviation sector, Gopinath's Air Deccan started flights under the UDAAN scheme which aims to improve connectivity between smaller towns and larger cities.

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24 minutes ago, Ellen said:

After watching this movie konchem random ga browse chesina about the real story of air Deccan . The business model din make sense they literally outsourced everything. Did they really sell 1 rupee tickets ? And profits bane vachai ani undi wiki lo... why did they join kingfisher ? indigo / SpiceJet valla competition vallana? 
Also ee Paresh Goswami real life lo evaru? Jet airways batch ah?

Suriya acting is very good, but heavy drama in the movie everywhere too much kastalu. 
vijay Mallya name Balayya anta lol. Intha joker ni chesaru movie lo, but real life lo they actually took the kingfisher deal no... what re...
also movie starting lo why did Suriya live in tent ? 
 

a maataki aah maata, that guy who started Air Deccan G.R. Gopinath is very inspiring , he must have faced a lot of hurdles back then. Movie lo edo chustam Kani, was wondering, it would be very hard to convince the corporate and the red Tapism throughout India, especially in early 2000s. 

they sold stake to kingfisher as they seem to be in heavy losses  , low cost careers competition vachi undochu so they had to make that deal

movie was over dramatization..

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