Recently, a union of Indian airlines named the Federation of Indian Airlines placed a request in front of the Indian regulator to delay the implementation of the new Flight Duty Time Limitation Rules. Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) consists of four major airlines – Air India, IndiGo, SpiceJet, and Vistara.
Malaysia-based Low-Cost Carrier AirAsia is looking at an aggressive expansion into the Indian market. The airline group is looking to add flights to six Indian cities from Kuala Lumpur and Bangkok. In Malaysia and Thailand, AirAsia Group operates 3 major airlines – AirAsia Berhad, Thai AirAsia, and AirAsia X.
Indian airports and bomb threats are a never-ending love story. Every week, there are at least two or three instances, where airports receive such threats and a high alert is issued.
IndiGo, the largest airline in India has added some flights between Delhi and Amritsar because of a sudden peak in demand. This flight is expected to cater to the Non-Resident Indians travelling to and from Punjab.
Similar to United Airlines, other airlines have also decided to mark their return to Tel Aviv Ben Gurion International Airport. The national flag carrier of India, Air India is likely to return to Israel in the first week of March.
An Airbus A320neo belonging to Vistara has reportedly suffered a birdstrike while approaching Srinagar Airport. Looking at the long grounding, it can be presumed that the aircraft has sustained a good amount of damage.
Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), an airline union consisting of four airlines – Air India, IndiGo, Vistara, and SpiceJet has reached out to DGCA requesting to delay the implementation of new pilot flight duty rules.
IndiGo, the largest airline in India in terms of fleet and market share has entered into the international market out of Surat. The airline, on 23 February, launched a direct flight connecting Surat to Dubai.
SpiceJet has told the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT) that it has made a partial payment to Celestial Aviation. Now, the dispute between both parties is almost settled.
Air India, the largest Full Service Carrier in India is looking to expand its ultra-long-haul network. The airline is looking to add more flights to cities in the United States of America. According to sources, it is eyeing three major cities: Dallas Fort Worth, Seattle, and Los Angeles.
It seems that IndiGo has temporarily stopped flights on its longest route: Mumbai to Istanbul. Since it is a temporary deactivation, the route is expected to be on IndiGo’s network soon.
Qatar Airways, the national flag carrier of Qatar has announced the shift of operations from Goa Dabolim Airport to Manohar International Airport.
Malaysia-based Low Cost Carrier, AirAsia has launched non-stop flights between Kuala Lumpur and Thiruvananthapuram. This is the sixth destination of AirAsia Berhad in Southern India.
Adani Airports Holdings Limited (AAHL) has started to look for airline players to start operations from the new Navi Mumbai International Airport.
Since its recovery from the pandemic, IndiGo Airlines has been consistently adding more and more international flights from Hyderabad Airport.
Indian Airlines and Unruly Passengers have a long-lasting bond. Every week, incidents such as inappropriate behavior and bomb threats are heard in media reports.
Indian Government imposed flight restrictions at Mumbai Airport, leading to cancellations by major airlines like IndiGo, Air India, and SpiceJet.
Imagine you board an aircraft during mid-night hours, the gates are closed and you have to sit inside the aircraft for more than five hours.
The Finance Ministry of India now recognizes Akasa Air as a designated Indian Carrier. Akasa Air is the youngest airline in India. It started operations in August 2022.
The consortium of Ajay Singh and Busy Bee Aviation have submitted their plan worth Rs 7,000 crore to…