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
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
Jet Airways, struggling to make ends meet, has withdrawn flights from 7 stations effective today. The move was planned in December and this change impacts the entire North East operations and the mini hub at Guwahati which the airline had set up last year. The airline has pulled out of Jorhat, Aizawl, Silchar, Imphal, vizag, … Continue reading It’s curtains for 7 stations of Jet Airways
Air traffic growth in India saw a growth of 18.6% in 2018 over the previous years with airlines carrying 1389.76 lakh (138.98 million) passengers in 2018 as compared to 1171.76 lakh passengers in 2017. The highlight of the year was that every airline which started the year remained operational unlike the previous years when Air … Continue reading India Market Outlook 2019
There are 37 UNESCO world heritage sites in India and the oldest two – Ajanta Caves & Ellora Caves are located near Aurangabad in the western Indian state of Maharashtra. An airport which got a new terminal about a decade ago, has enough apron space and a runway long enough to cater to narrow body … Continue reading Aurangabad Airport: Ignored potential?