Indian LCCs, global narrow-body ambitions: Part 1

For the last two years, there have been constant talks about both IndiGo and Spicejet planning a foray to London. While IndiGo even filed for slots at airports in London Area on the A321, Spicejet filed the slots at airports in UK with the A330 – an aircraft it did not have in fleet or … Continue reading Indian LCCs, global narrow-body ambitions: Part 1

Air India re-jigs Hong Kong slots, starts daily non-stop Mumbai – Hong Kong service

National carrier Air India has opened reservations for its flights to Hong Kong from Mumbai. The airline has been trying to add flights to Hong Kong for the last couple of years and has either found it difficult to fit in a spare rotation or slots at Hong Kong. The schedule change was reported by … Continue reading Air India re-jigs Hong Kong slots, starts daily non-stop Mumbai – Hong Kong service

Go Air adds flights to Mumbai Terminal 2

Only airline to offer incremental capacity without withdrawing existing flights Adds flights to gel with the existing network Wadia group owned low cost carrier GoAir became the latest and possibly the last airline to stake claim over the Jet Airways slots and open flights for sale. The flights were open for sale since yesterday morning … Continue reading Go Air adds flights to Mumbai Terminal 2

Etihad takes away Jet Airways slots at London Heathrow

Effective 28th April 2019, beleaguered carrier Jet Airways is returning its three pair of slots that it holds at London Heathrow back to Etihad. The airline until recently operated thrice daily to London Heathrow from Mumbai, but one service was terminated when the airline returned its slot leased from Delta back to Delta airlines. Information … Continue reading Etihad takes away Jet Airways slots at London Heathrow