Flying the baby bus and A359

This is part two of the multi part trip report. You can find the first part here. Immigration area was empty and the officer was kind. My passport was stamped without questions and security was a breeze as well. The international terminal wore a deserted look - a good reminder of why there should be … Continue reading Flying the baby bus and A359

Eleven thousand passengers separated Air India and Vistara in October – Will AI push Vistara out in November?

As November comes to a close, the month has seen the highest ever domestic passenger numbers recorded post COVID lockdown in India. However, I was closely tracking data for October and waiting for the regulator to declare the granular data for October. The summary for October was about Air India topping the OTP charts but … Continue reading Eleven thousand passengers separated Air India and Vistara in October – Will AI push Vistara out in November?

Airbus Summit – Airbus reveals hydrogen-powered zero-emission engine

Airbus has revealed that it is developing a hydrogen-powered fuel cell engine. The propulsion system is being considered as one of the potential solutions to equip its zero-emission aircraft that will enter service by 2035. Airbus will start ground and flight testing this fuel cell engine architecture onboard its ZEROe demonstrator aircraft towards the middle … Continue reading Airbus Summit – Airbus reveals hydrogen-powered zero-emission engine