Vistara to start 2x weekly flights from Mumbai, further strengthening operations at Dhaka and expanding from Mumbai
Tag: Indian Aviation
Azal to start Mumbai operations this weekend, moved to BYOD concept
Azerbaijani national carrier – Azerbaijan Airlines also known as AZAL is launching flights to Mumbai, starting Saturday, November 12, 2022. Mumbai will be the second destination in India for the airline, after returning to Delhi this August. The airline had launched India operations in June 2019. The Air Services Agreement (ASA) between the two countries … Continue reading Azal to start Mumbai operations this weekend, moved to BYOD concept
What to expect in the five B777s which are joining Air India?
Air India, now owned by the TATA group, announced the induction of aircraft in its fleet which will take the fleet up by 25 percent. This comes after the airline has already operationalised 16 aircraft, which were grounded for a long time. These 16 include 10 narrow-body and six wide-body aircraft. The airline did a … Continue reading What to expect in the five B777s which are joining Air India?
April 2022: New high for Traffic, Oil and Rupee
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the traffic summary for April this afternoon. A total of 1 crore and 8 lakh passengers (108.8 lakh) passengers flew in April 2022, which is a marginal increase over the previous month. April was special in more ways than one. Since the restart post pandemic, the first … Continue reading April 2022: New high for Traffic, Oil and Rupee
Battle for second place heats up in Indian skies as February registers 20% sequential growth
The Indian domestic aviation market braved the Omicron led wave which started in the last days of December last year and tapered off towards end of February. Airlines carried 76.96 lakh passengers in February, a growth of 20% over the previous month when traffic was muted as cases in the third wave were at its … Continue reading Battle for second place heats up in Indian skies as February registers 20% sequential growth