This is the fourth article in the “Understanding Aviation” series. The previous ones have covered Network Planning, Route Development and Airport Capacity. This article will talk about METARs. This is officially the fog season in India. From Amritsar to Guwahati, the region is engulfed in dense fog - typically early in the morning. This fog … Continue reading Understanding Aviation: Basics of METAR
Yamuna International Airport Private Limited (YIAPL) - a 100% subsidiary of Zurich Airport International AG is picking up steam. From approaching Indian banks for loans to finalizing designs, the airport is slowly starting to make a mark. Over the last couple of months, the positioning of the airport has also changed. From the erstwhile use … Continue reading Jewar airport starts picking up steam
Airport capacity calculation is a complex thing. In the next series of Understanding aviation, we look at how it is done
Air India - the national carrier of India has been in the news for multiple reasons in the past. The airline has been on the block for an outright sale for the second time in last few years. Being a public entity funded by tax payers money, the airline is open for scruitny and data … Continue reading Only 19 routes make money for Air India!
In an interesting development in Indian skies, GoAir - the Mumbai headquartered Low Cost Carrier (LCC) has started a new service named GoFlyPrivate which allows a passenger to book as many seats as one wants to maintain safe distance from another passenger. A look at the concept and how it is done! https://youtu.be/A_FgM919qaM