In this situation, as long as someone is not coming forward to help out the airlines there is no chance for resuming operations. The cash-strapped airlines, ones a number one carrier in India, is unable to manage the show now due to various reasons. The problem with the airlines started some time ago when the management told the employees to accept a cut in their salaries. The reason cited was the cutthroat competition in the sector along with rising prices of crude oil. The company thought that this salary cut will somehow lower its burden and it can maintain the usual fleet. The company was already debt-ridden and it suffered consecutive losses in a few quarters earlier. Maybe the company couldn't take the appropriate decision to overhaul its business plan and it came to a standstill now. In this competitive market, many new airlines are planning to venture in the Indian market and I hope some of them or a consortium may come forward to help out this embattled carrier.
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