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June 3rd, 2022 5:54 PM 0 COMMENTS

American Airlines Enforces its Dublin Services

The world’s largest airline by fleet size – American Airlines has its eyes set on an expansion of operations from Dublin in the coming summer season. The carrier is planning to bring back three seasonal services to Charlotte, Chicago O'Hare, and Dallas Fort Worth. The airline currently has a year-round daily service from Philadelphia and the three new additions will complement it daily until October 29. Notably, the US has... Read More

June 3rd, 2022 5:42 PM 0 COMMENTS

Thai Airways Boeing 787-8 Aircraft Tire Deflates at Bengaluru Airport

The report comes in from Bengaluru India where earlier this week a Boeing 787 aircraft of Thai Airways burst its tire during the landing. The flight was coming from Bangkok on Thursday when the incident with the Dreamliner took place. Fortunately, neither any passenger nor any crew member on board was harmed. The investigation is currently under process and the reason is not known as of now. The Incident Flight... Read More

June 3rd, 2022 3:00 PM 0 COMMENTS

Indigo Becomes Sixth Largest Carrier Globally as it Flew Over 2 Million Passengers in March

Indigo has been on top of the chain in the aviation sector when it comes to India. The leading budget carrier of the country has been leaving behind its competitors for a while now when it comes to factors such as the number of passengers carried, fleet size, and on-time performance. Indigo has not only been a frontrunner in India but now has emerged as one of the top performers... Read More

June 3rd, 2022 2:37 PM 0 COMMENTS

India Crosses Pre-Pandemic Domestic Flight Numbers

It seems that Indian airlines are back on track as they have been pushing forward with their bid to have additional domestic capacity. The airlines of the country have already crossed the pre-pandemic numbers for quite some time now. The carriers crossed the pre-pandemic numbers in January this year, however, had to hold back because of the resurgence of Covid. But now in the quarter ending June, the airlines are... Read More

May 22nd, 2022 8:16 PM 0 COMMENTS

Uganda Government Receives Four New Applications For Service Licenses

The news comes in from Uganda where eight airlines have applied for service licenses to Uganda's civil aviation authority out of which four are first-timers. The Uganda Civil Aviation Authority (UCAA) heard presentations from airlines for scheduled and non-scheduled operations. The four airlines that have applied for renewal of their license include Entebbe Airways, Uganda Air Cargo, KAFTC trading as BAR Aviation and Samaritans' Purse International. On the other hand,... Read More

May 15th, 2022 6:37 PM 0 COMMENTS

UK Airlines in a Fix as They Struggle to Hire Staff

Airlines in the UK have been going through a rough patch for the last couple of months as they battle with the problem of understaffing. The airlines in the country have been forced to cancel their flights on multiple occasions because of the shortage of staff. There has been a constant lack of an operable workforce which has disrupted flight schedules and caused numerous frustrated passengers to become stranded. The... Read More

April 25th, 2022 7:22 AM 0 COMMENTS

Cathay Pacific Announces Recommencement of Flights Between India and Hong-Kong

The Hong-Kong based airline Cathay Pacific announced on Thursday that it plans to resume flights from its base in Hong Kong to India’s capital city and Mumbai. The flights have been scheduled to resume from May 4 for the Mumbai to Hong-Kong service whereas the Delhi to Hong-Kong service will start from May 6. Notably, Hong Kong has been witnessing restrictions due to Covid-19 and recently, India’s flag carrier Air... Read More

April 10th, 2022 11:31 PM 0 COMMENTS

Lufthansa – The German Flag Carrier Acquires Additional $ 11 billion Debt

The German flag carrier Lufthansa has acquired an additional $ 11 billion in debt because of the covid-19 pandemic. This is clear evidence of the fact that even though air travel across the globe has improved a lot, the effects of the pandemic haven’t quite left the airlines. The factors like the significant growth in the number of flights cancellation and ever-growing debt are still keeping airlines such as Lufthansa... Read More

April 5th, 2022 12:58 PM 0 COMMENTS

Airbus Cancels the Contract for Another A350 Aircraft with Qatar Airways

The European aircraft manufacturer Airbus has cancelled the delivery of yet another Qatar Airways A350-900. This makes it the third A350 aircraft being cancelled by the manufacturer in what has been an ongoing and increasingly spiteful clash between Airbus and the Gulf airline. Just last week, Qatar Airways raised the stakes as it stated that surface flaws on the A350s increase the risk of fuel tanks igniting. The Ongoing Issue... Read More

April 3rd, 2022 10:34 PM 0 COMMENTS

Air India Cuts Down Operating Flights to Sri Lanka Amid Latter’s Worst Economic Crisis

The flag carrier airline of India Air India has announced on Sunday that will be cutting down its services between India and Sri Lanka. The airline informed that it will be reducing the number of flights to 13 from 16 per week from April 9 because of the decreasing demand. For those unaware, Sri Lanka is currently facing the worst economic crisis in its history. The local public in the... Read More

March 27th, 2022 11:08 PM 0 COMMENTS

IndiGo Commences International Flights on More Than 150 Routes

India’s leading domestic airlines IndiGo is all set to resume its scheduled international flights in the upcoming month. The airline will be bringing back its international flights on more than 150 routes in a phased manner as informed via a statement from IndiGo. International flights from India have been under restrictions for the past couple of years because of the pandemic which was finally continued on Sunday. Although selective flights... Read More

March 20th, 2022 7:42 PM 0 COMMENTS

Icelandair Expands its Fleet With the Delivery of Another Boeing 737 MAX Aircraft

The flag carrier airline of Iceland – Icelandair, in a new development has taken delivery of another Boeing 737-8 MAX aircraft. The new addition to the airlines’ fleet comes as a part of the multi-aircraft air deal which was announced back in October 2021 with the Aviation Capital Group (ACG). For those unaware, Icelandair is part of the Icelandair Group and operates to destinations on both sides of the Atlantic... Read More

March 8th, 2022 9:55 PM 0 COMMENTS

Emirates’ Efforts Towards Protection and Preservation of Desert Ecosystem

One of the leading global airlines' Emirates is doing its part to contribute towards environment conservation as it supports the Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve in its effort to protect the unique environment of the region. The UAE based carrier has recently revealed how it supports the conservation reserve which is working towards restoring and preserving the fragile desert ecosystems. Lets’ take a look. What is DDRC and Role of Emirates... Read More

February 7th, 2022 9:09 AM 0 COMMENTS

Indigo Witnessing a Slow and Steady Surge in Demand for Corporate Travel

India’s leading domestic airline Indigo is once again witnessing a slow but sure upsurge in the demand for corporate travel in the country. Indigo turned profitable back in the December quarter of 2021 after the unprecedented events that followed due to the Covid-19 pandemic hampering all of the airline industry. According to Chief Strategy and Revenue Officer of Indigo, Sanjay Kumar, the airline had witnessed a 70% recovery of the... Read More

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