In March, when Alliance Air / Air India Regional started operations at Bareilly, I had written how the airport could get its much needed fillip if IndiGo launches operations. IndiGo - India’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share is launching flights to Bareilly (IATA: BEK) starting August 12, 2021 and progressively add more … Continue reading IndiGo to launch flight services from Bareilly
New Delhi Airport - the largest in the country is re-activating its Terminal 2 (T2). GoFirst will shift all its domestic operations to T2 while IndiGo - India’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share, will shift part of its operations to T2. Flight numbers in 6E 2000 to 6E 2999 series will arrive … Continue reading As traffic grows, Delhi Airport activates Terminal 2 from midnight
Over the last two days, there have been two positive news on the airline profitability front. Delta Air Lines - one of the top three US carriers reported a profit of $652 million in the second quarter of the calendar year. This is the first profit for the airline since the pandemic began and also … Continue reading Airlines have started reporting profits, when will the page turn for airlines in India?
German flag carrier Lufthansa has decided to reactivate five of its Airbus A340-600 aircraft which have been parked in Teruel, Spain since last year. The move comes to help fulfil the demand up front in the First class. The A340-600 is configured in four classes: First Class, Business Class, Premium Economy and Economy class. The … Continue reading Lufthansa to re-activate A340-600 to fulfill First Class demand
Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport (SVPI), Ahmedabad is adding new bays. The addition will help the airport tide over immediate crisis of shortage of aircraft bays and could help the airport dole over additional slots to airlines and increase passenger footfall. Ahmedabad (IATA: AMD) is one of the six airports which were bagged by the … Continue reading Ahmedabad airport adds capacity with seven additional stands