Indian national carrier Air India has opened reservations for flights between Amritsar and London Stansted. The airline currently operates to London Heathrow from New Delhi, Mumbai, Ahmedabad and Bengaluru. The three weekly flights are available for booking starting 31st October. Flights are not open for sale for all days in the first week, with regular … Continue reading Air India opens Amritsar – London Stansted flight for sale
National carrier Air India – a Star Alliance member has 15 aircraft which are grounded. The information was conveyed by the Ministry of Civil Aviation last week while answering a question in Rajya Sabha – the upper house of parliament. Air India has a fleet of 123 aircraft comprising four B747, eighteen B777, twenty-seven B787, … Continue reading 15 aircraft on ground, Air India needs INR 1525 Cr to make them operational
National carrier Air India has announced connecting Bengaluru to London. The airline decided to terminate the London Heathrow – Newark leg of its Ahmedabad – London – Newark flight and the aircraft would now operate Ahmedabad – London – Bengaluru – London – Ahmedabad with 4x weekly between Ahmedabad and London and 3x weekly between … Continue reading Air India opens reservations for Bengaluru – London
Indian carriers have long been conservative about International expansion and none have been able to make a dent to competition or make fortunes from International operations. While low cost carriers (LCCs) IndiGo and Spicejet earn less than 15% of their revenue from International operations, Full Service Carrier (FSC) Jet Airways has this number north of … Continue reading Is Air India paying INR 25 crore per month to keep aircraft on ground?
Air India has stopped accepting bookings for its flights between New Delhi and Moscow effective 15th July 2017. The flight between the capitals of two countries was launched in July 2014, after 15 long years and operated daily at its peak and was scheduled to be four times a week. The flight was reduced to … Continue reading Air India pulls out of Delhi Moscow market