GoAir announces launch of Abu Dhabi, its 4th International operations

Indian low cost carrier GoAir has announced flights to Abu Dhabi from Kannur, effective 1st of March 2019. This will be the airline’s fourth international destination, having started international flights in October with launch of Phuket, Male and Muscat. The airline currently connects Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru and Kannur to international destinations. The airline will start … Continue reading GoAir announces launch of Abu Dhabi, its 4th International operations

GoAir goes daily to Phuket from Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai

Indian low cost carrier (LCC) Go Air, which started flying international from 11th October has upped the frequency of its flights to Phuket to Daily from three destinations in India – Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. The airline started twice a week to Phuket from Delhi and thrice a week from Mumbai and was soon joined … Continue reading GoAir goes daily to Phuket from Bengaluru, Delhi and Mumbai

GoAir firms contract for 72 A320neo aircraft, doubles order to 144

GoAir, a Wadia Group company, has penned a firm contract for 72 A320neo aircraft following its Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed during the Farnborough International Airshow. The agreement reached on 30thDecember 2016, doubles GoAir’s firm order book for the aircraft type to 144. The airline has taken delivery of 4 A320neo from its original contract … Continue reading GoAir firms contract for 72 A320neo aircraft, doubles order to 144

New Delhi airport to commission 12 stands, open new General Aviation terminal on 15th August

New Delhi airport – India’s largest by size and traffic and one of the top airports in the world by service quality is undergoing upgrades since 2017, which will run until 2021-22. As part of the upgrades, the airport is commissioning 12 remote stands near Terminal 2. These will be compatible for CODE C aircraft. … Continue reading New Delhi airport to commission 12 stands, open new General Aviation terminal on 15th August

Air India suffers a loss of 491 crore due to Pakistani airspace closure

National carrier Air India has suffered a loss of INR 491 crore due to closure of airspace by Pakistan following counter-terrorism action taken by the Indian Air Force in February 2019. Spicejet has suffered a loss of INR 30.73 crores while IndiGo has suffered a loss of INR 25.1 crore. GoAir which started international operations … Continue reading Air India suffers a loss of 491 crore due to Pakistani airspace closure