I have been a fan of the Regional Jets since the time I first studied them for the Indian market in 2011. Since then I have tracked this market, not just in India but the entire APAC region and sometimes keeping tab of the market in EU for the way airlines deploy the regional jets. … Continue reading Exploring the E190-E2 shark livery from Mumbai to Delhi
Indian National carrier and Star Alliance member – Air India, withdrew its three weekly flights to Madrid and flights to Birmingham from Amritsar and New Delhi effective today. The airline made an announcement on Twitter on Wednesday and subsequently closed reservation of the flight. This will get the stations its serves in Europe – down … Continue reading Air India suspends operations at Birmingham and Madrid effective today
The Prime Minister of India, Sh. Narendra Modi, unveiled the plaque to mark the inauguration of Civil Terminal at Hindon. The civil enclave at Hindon Air Force station was first announced by the then secretary of Civil Aviation Mr. R.N. Choubin August 2017 to accommodate the flights under Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS) – UDAN (Ude … Continue reading Plaque is unveiled to mark inauguration of Civil Terminal at Hindon
Air traffic growth in India saw a growth of 18.6% in 2018 over the previous years with airlines carrying 1389.76 lakh (138.98 million) passengers in 2018 as compared to 1171.76 lakh passengers in 2017. The highlight of the year was that every airline which started the year remained operational unlike the previous years when Air … Continue reading India Market Outlook 2019
There are 37 UNESCO world heritage sites in India and the oldest two – Ajanta Caves & Ellora Caves are located near Aurangabad in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. An airport which got a new terminal about a decade ago, has enough apron space and a runway long enough to cater to narrow body … Continue reading Aurangabad Airport: Ignored potential?