Green energy takes off at Indian airports

In response to a question from Smt. Geeta Alias Chandraprabha , a member of Rajya Sabha – the upper house of Indian Parliament, the Indian government shared the details of airports which have installed solar panels. The government also said that to encouraging green energy at the airports, the airportoperators including Airports Authority of India … Continue reading Green energy takes off at Indian airports

Emirates to reinstate all flights to India starting tomorrow

Emirates – the Dubai based carrier, will become one of the first airlines to re-introduce per-pandemic flight frequencies to its destinations in India from April 01, 2022. The airline will be operating 170 weekly flights to nine cities in India. This comes on the back of Indian government opening up scheduled international services starting Northern … Continue reading Emirates to reinstate all flights to India starting tomorrow

LOT Polish restarts flights to India, to launch flights to Mumbai, exhausts rights

Polish carrier LOT Polish airlines announced return to India, as the country opens up scheduled international commercial services starting tomorrow. The airline announced launch of Mumbai – its second destination in India. The airline last served Mumbai in February 1982 and operated flights to Delhi from October 1985 to October 1992, before returning in September … Continue reading LOT Polish restarts flights to India, to launch flights to Mumbai, exhausts rights

Finnair adds second destination in India, to start flights to Mumbai this July

Finnair – Finland’s flag carrier airline – has added Mumbai as a new destination in Summer 2022 and announced scheduled services between Mumbai and Helsinki starting July 2022. The new launch makes Mumbai its second destination in India. The airline has been operating to New Delhi from Helsinki since October 2006. The airline started operations … Continue reading Finnair adds second destination in India, to start flights to Mumbai this July

Battle for second place heats up in Indian skies as February registers 20% sequential growth

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