These two airlines are vying the India UK market beyond the metros

I follow the India - UK market closely for many reasons. It was one of the first international markets that I got to see closely from within an airline and work towards doing changes on the domestic feeder for it and it is one market which has a very different if not complex BASA (Bilateral … Continue reading These two airlines are vying the India UK market beyond the metros

Go First trying to fill the void which SpiceJet left, to launch three new stations

Go FIRST (erstwhile Go Air) will launch three new stations on November 11, 2021. The airline will launch Amritsar, Dehradun and Surat. The airline will also return to Aizawl starting the same day. This takes the domestic stations launched by the airline since the pandemic to five, having launched Coimbatore and Mangalore in Summer Schedule. … Continue reading Go First trying to fill the void which SpiceJet left, to launch three new stations

Turkmenistan Airlines banned from EU, the Indian impact is not as large as it is made out to be

Turkmenistan Airlines – the flag carrier and the only airline of Turkmenistan has been suspended from operating flights to the European Union. The suspension came on 4th February. The airline operates thrice a week to Amritsar and twice a week to New Delhi, though the airline holds permission to operate six times a week to … Continue reading Turkmenistan Airlines banned from EU, the Indian impact is not as large as it is made out to be

Air India connects Pune to Chandigarh

National carrier Air India (IATA:AI, ICAO: AIC) tweeted the launch of new flights yesterday becoming the first airline to announce expansion in 2017. The Star Alliance member will start services between Mumbai (BOM) & Chandigarh (IXC), Chandigarh & Pune (PNQ), Mumbai & Amritsar (ATQ) and Amritsar & Nanded (NDC). The new flights will be progressively … Continue reading Air India connects Pune to Chandigarh