Country by Country, connectivity is coming back on the international side. While airlines work towards adding more international connectivity and countries work towards dropping entry requirements, especially for vaccinated travellers, passengers are looking to travel again! With this backdrop, the India - Vietnam connectivity is coming back and back with a bang! Flashback After two … Continue reading Vietnam connectivity is back, puts focus on network strategy
Srinagar is the only airport in top 10 by traffic to surpass pre-COVID numbersOne of the few sectors where capacity leader is not IndiGoIndiGo effectively using the A321neo to manage capacity It is probably going to be a summer to remember for airlines and a welcome one after two summer seasons to forget. The season … Continue reading Srinagar – the new summer favorite, Go FIRST bases an aircraft at Srinagar
In September 2021, IndiGo launched flights to Gwalior from New Delhi. This meant that the airline got lucrative night parking rights at congested Delhi airport. Since the twin-turboprop aircraft takes longer than a jet to vacate the runway and is slower on approach, it takes up precious slots at airports. This means that a single … Continue reading Pantnagar to see more flights from tomorrow
IndiGo - India's largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share has been on a fleet renewal spree. It has been persistent with its efforts to withdraw the A320ceo's from its fleet and replace them with A320neo family - both A321neo and the A320neo - over 500 of which are yet to be delivered to … Continue reading This airline has come up with (mostly) former IndiGo A320s !
IndiGo - India’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share, in a coup of sorts managed to get night parking and slots for two ATR 72-600 aircraft at Delhi - the busiest airport in the country. Turboprops like the ATRs are not encouraged at Delhi (or Mumbai) because they take longer on approach and … Continue reading The turboprops of Delhi