Air India LTC Fare List for the month of March, 2020 - Leave Travel Concession availed by Central Government Employees, Bank and Public Sector Employees
Air India LTC 80 fare list for the month of February, 2020 - Leave Travel Concession availed by Central Government Employees, Bank and Public Sector Employees
Reimbursement of air fare lower than LTC-80 air fare of Air India will also be admissible for journeys performed by Air India under LTC
LTC 80 Air India Fare from October 2018 - Leave Travel Concession applicable to Central Government Employees, Bank employees and other PSU Employees
The government on Wednesday shelved a plan to sell a 76 per cent stake in the debt-laden carrier due to lack of interest from bidders.
The government has decided not to go ahead with Air India stake sale in an election year and will provide required funds for its operations, a senior official said today.
Air India is desperately seeking a Rs 1,000 crore short-term loan to run its day-to-day operations. The airline has already held back salaries of its 11,000 employees for three consecutive months.
The unions, which have been opposing the sale of Air India are rejoicing. “No bids at the end of the day. Victory for Joint Forum in our endeavour of save AI,” a leader said.
The central government might not sell its stake in the ongoing divestment process of the national passenger carrier Air India, if bids do not meet a minimum threshold value or floor price estimated for the airline.
Air India might even shut-down, if its ongoing divestment programme fails due to the terms and conditions set in its 'Express of Interest' (EOI) document. According to aviation consulting firm CAPA India.