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

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Delta opens reservation of flights to Mumbai

Delta – one of America’s top three airlines has opened reservations of its non-stop flights to Mumbai. The flight is on sale from 22nd December 2019. With United having shifted to Newark International Airport (EWR), Delta is advertising theirs as the only service by an American carrier between New York JFK and Mumbai. Air India … Continue reading Delta opens reservation of flights to Mumbai

IndiGo delays second frequency to Istanbul; starts technical stop at Ahmedabad for inbound flight

IndiGo – India’s largest domestic carrier by market share is facing roadblocks in its first major international expansion. The airline entered into a codeshare agreement with Turkish Airlines for 20 points beyond Istanbul and unlimited points in India. The airline which had announced two flights in quick succession, has kept the second flight on hold … Continue reading IndiGo delays second frequency to Istanbul; starts technical stop at Ahmedabad for inbound flight

Spicejet ups its game, signs code share with Emirates

Indian low-cost carrier Spicejet announced the signing of an Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to enter into a reciprocal code share agreement. While Emirates intends to leverage domestic connections of Spicejet from the cities where Emirates flies to in India, the airline also intends to codeshare to 6 destinations which are not services by Emirates but … Continue reading Spicejet ups its game, signs code share with Emirates

Etihad takes away Jet Airways slots at London Heathrow

Effective 28th April 2019, beleaguered carrier Jet Airways is returning its three pair of slots that it holds at London Heathrow back to Etihad. The airline until recently operated thrice daily to London Heathrow from Mumbai, but one service was terminated when the airline returned its slot leased from Delta back to Delta airlines. Information … Continue reading Etihad takes away Jet Airways slots at London Heathrow