Vistara announces maiden international destination – Singapore

Vistara – the TATA-SIA joint venture which launched operations in January 2015 has announced its maiden international destination. The airline will start International operations from 6th August 2019 with flights to Singapore from Delhi. The airline will connect Mumbai to Singapore from the next day. The flights will be operated by the B737-800s which earlier … Continue reading Vistara announces maiden international destination – Singapore

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IndiGo’s “look east” expansion

IndiGo – India’s largest carrier by domestic market share and fleet has been on a rapid expansion on International routes in the recent months. While the expansion is planned across countries, the focus seems to be currently towards the east – partly due to the closure of Pakistani airspace leading to a detour for flights … Continue reading IndiGo’s “look east” expansion

CAAC Approves IndiGo’s flights to Chengdu and Guangzhou

India’s largest airline by fleet IndiGo has got approvals to fly to Chengdu and Guangzhou in China. The airline has received this approvals from Civil Aviation Administration of China (CAAC). The airline intends to operate flights between Delhi and Chengdu while Guangzhou will be connected from Kolkata. The information was first provided by VariFlight – … Continue reading CAAC Approves IndiGo’s flights to Chengdu and Guangzhou

It’s curtains for 7 stations of Jet Airways

Jet Airways, struggling to make ends meet, has withdrawn flights from 7 stations effective today. The move was planned in December and this change impacts the entire North East operations and the mini hub at Guwahati which the airline had set up last year. The airline has pulled out of Jorhat, Aizawl, Silchar, Imphal, vizag, … Continue reading It’s curtains for 7 stations of Jet Airways

The secret of SpiceJet’s consistently high occupancy rates

This article was first published on CNBCTV18 Over the past few quarters, Spicejet has also consistently declared the higher RASK (revenue per available seat kilometer) and higher average fares than competitor IndiGo, India’s biggest airline. The future of successful airline operations will depend on the ability to keep costs as low as possible, fares as … Continue reading The secret of SpiceJet’s consistently high occupancy rates