The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the traffic statistics for March, coming just days after the country recorded its highest post COVID passenger traffic which led to crossing of 4 lakh passenger mark for the first time since restart of civil aviation. March saw Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) at new highs, which have … Continue reading March 2022: Battle for second place in Indian skies continues
The Indian domestic aviation market braved the Omicron led wave which started in the last days of December last year and tapered off towards end of February. Airlines carried 76.96 lakh passengers in February, a growth of 20% over the previous month when traffic was muted as cases in the third wave were at its … Continue reading Battle for second place heats up in Indian skies as February registers 20% sequential growth
After many orders for the Network Thoughts baggage tags, we came up with NetworkThoughts bookmarks which had airport codes of 40+ top airports in the country. The baggage tag prices were to go up from April 2020 - after being on sale since January 2019! But then came the lockdown! The last few months have … Continue reading Baggage Tags and Bookmarks on sale again!
REGISTRATIONS HAVE CLOSED. OUR VERY FIRST BATCH IS FULL. If you are a pilot and want to attend this, do reach out via the form below I was surprised at the number of tweeples who were interested to know more about airline network planning. Few kind folks tagged me along with a few others as … Continue reading Introduction to Airline Network Planning
IndiGo - India’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share, in a coup of sorts managed to get night parking and slots for two ATR 72-600 aircraft at Delhi - the busiest airport in the country. Turboprops like the ATRs are not encouraged at Delhi (or Mumbai) because they take longer on approach and … Continue reading The turboprops of Delhi