In our high school days, we were taught about food chains and how nature balances itself with animals eating each other and the fittest of the lot survives.
Looking at Vijay Mallya’s ambtions in the aviation sector, am little amprehensive as to where the poor customer would land with all these fights going to dogs in mid air.
First it was the eating up of Air Deccan , now Spice Jet…tomorrow what?
The most dangerous statement from flamboyant Mallya is “I would like to make the air line industry profitable” – a very just cause. This is a double edged sword -which no body knows would be chopping – thin air or heads?.
On one end is the harassed customer who looses a job in gulf countries – thanks to cancelled or rescheduled flights all at rock bottom prizes. The other end is the big players who eat away at small guys for want of facilities, parking lots including rich licences which they have to fight all over again.
The end is not very predictable. I personally have enjoyed the good times many times but lets have the plight of the cheap variant which makes the thrill for many customers come true – let it not get chopped mid-air!.
Monopoly of any goods or services is detrimental to the customer directly and hope somebody is taking note of that!
Congrats mallya!!! With this pie you are the market leader at 30% while Jet Airways is at 27% market share!!