Making money in India from Aviation has been an internal challenge as the industry goes through frequency bust cycles! Amidst this, there has been much speculation about AirAsia India - in which the TATA group holds 51% stake while the rest is held by Malaysian low cost carrier AirAsia. The airline has been mired in … Continue reading If AirAsia is to exit India, does it rely on template of AirAsia Japan 1.0?
Singapore’s Changi Airport has always been on the forefront of innovation. Home carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced Discover your Singapore Airlines campaign which comprises three exciting and new initiatives as termed by the airline. The airline is starting Restaurant@Changi where guests can enjoy the Singapore Airlines service inside the Airbus A380. Most airlines, including Singapore … Continue reading Dine in an Airbus A380 at Singapore Changi!
Air India - the national carrier of India has been in the news for multiple reasons in the past. The airline has been on the block for an outright sale for the second time in last few years. Being a public entity funded by tax payers money, the airline is open for scruitny and data … Continue reading Only 19 routes make money for Air India!
August 14th marked the 100th day of Vande Bharat Mission - the much touted repatriation effort undertaken by the Government of India. While the scheme has been much criticized from some quarters for the way the booking process was handled and lack of tickets, there is no denying the fact that over 10 lakh people … Continue reading Hundred days of Vande Bharat Mission – Air India group operates to 29 offline stations
In an interesting development in Indian skies, GoAir - the Mumbai headquartered Low Cost Carrier (LCC) has started a new service named GoFlyPrivate which allows a passenger to book as many seats as one wants to maintain safe distance from another passenger. A look at the concept and how it is done! https://youtu.be/A_FgM919qaM