The two largest airplane makers in the world, Airbus and Boeing announced their Q1-CY20 results today. As anticipated both the manufacturers have declared losses as the world battled COVID-19 and air travel is one the most impacted industries worldwide. Airbus reported revenues of EUR 10.6 billion and a consolidated net loss of EUR 481 million … Continue reading Airbus, Boeing announce Q1 losses, cut production rate
The world may not have come to a stop, just yet, but India definitely has. Amidst this, the Summer Schedule 2020 started on Sunday 29th March. On a normal start of the schedule, airports are abuzz with the launch of new flights; passengers are checking and matching the revised flight numbers and minor time adjustments. … Continue reading What summer 2020 could look like for the India – UK market?
Over the last couple of years, I have always been interested in tracking “something new”, “something different” in the market. That is one reason, why I write only when I can add “Knowledge” and not just “information”. I was shocked to see IndiGo foray into Vietnam from Kolkata. While traffic between India and Vietnam has … Continue reading IndiGo re-jigs its Kolkata hub
The first part of this three-part series looked at International ambitions of Indian LCCs with narrow-body aircraft and the basis for selecting its hub. The second part covered Spicejet and its proposed hub at Ras Al Khaimah. The last part of the series looks at IndiGo – India’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share. IndiGo … Continue reading Indian LCCs, global narrow-body ambitions: Part 3
IndiGo – India’s largest carrier by domestic market share and fleet seems to have made up its mind about operating the wide body aircraft. The airline has filed and now has approved slots at Manchester for a daily flight each from Mumbai and New Delhi. As per the filing and initial approval released by slot … Continue reading IndiGo intends to fly the A330-300 to Manchester in summer 2020