IndiGo - the country’s largest carrier by fleet and domestic market share, has announced plans to start services to Nashik, Maharashtra (IATA: ISK). This will be big news for the city since it had seen a sudden drop in services after irregular services by SpiceJet, fall of TruJet and pull out of Alliance Air - … Continue reading IndiGo (finally) enters Nashik
Why would have IndiGo opted for Delhi and Mumbai for Istanbul operations?
IndiGo - the largest carrier in the country by fleet and domestic market share, is taking a big leap. Starting February 01, 2023, the airline will operate a wet-leased B777-300ER aircraft between Delhi and Istanbul - the hub of Turkish Airlines, from whom the plane has been wet-leased. For an airline that propagated the single … Continue reading Why would have IndiGo opted for Delhi and Mumbai for Istanbul operations?
IndiGo’s network changes on Bengaluru – Coimbatore sector help study CASK and Trip Cost
IndiGo operated 3x daily between Bengaluru and Coimbatore with the A320 family. Suddenly the airline shifted to 7x daily with the ATRs. This gave an opportunity to understand the difference between CASK and Trip Cost
December 2022 nearly makes it to pre-COVID numbers
While the formal release from the regulator is awaited, a sum of daily numbers show that December 2022 passenger numbers missed the Dec'19 numbers by a whisker
IndiGo makes an On-Time comeback to reclaim the top spot
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) declared the summary for domestic traffic in India for the month of November. One crore sixteen lakh domestic passengers took to the air in November, which is 2.3% more than the previous month and 11% more than November 2021. The numbers are just 9.8% short of November 2019 … Continue reading IndiGo makes an On-Time comeback to reclaim the top spot