Branson: Indian aviation market is 'tough for airlines'


UK-based airline Virgin Atlantic has resumed flight operations between Mumbai and London, after halting the route three years ago.

Virgin Group's chairman, Sir Richard Branson visited India for the re-launch.

He told the BBC's Sameer Hashmi that while falling prices in India were great for consumers, the country's aviation market was tough for airlines.

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