Air India looks to cut costs, boost revenues in 2014-15


Air India Ltd wants to cut its operating expenses by some 40% in the next fiscal year even as the state-owned airline prepares to post an operating loss of Rs.2,100 crore and a net loss of Rs.3,900 crore in the year to 31 March.

The national flag carrier expects operating losses to reduce by 42.85% to Rs.1,200 crore in 2014-15 based on higher projections for passenger and cargo revenues, according to its own estimates.

“The next financial year is going to be critical for us. Strict cost-control measures and revenue enhancement efforts are likely to result in at least Rs.1,200 crore reduction in our operating losses,” an Air India executive said, requesting anonymity.

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