July 9th, 2022 11:44 PM 0 COMMENTS

Domestic Airlines Faces Tussle for Talent as Aviation Market Revives From Pandemic

As the aviation business recovers from the interruption brought on by the Covid-19 outbreak during the previous two years, domestic airlines are once again faced with a number of issues, including a tussle for talent. The largest airline in India, IndiGo, had erratic flight schedules last week. Due to last-minute absences, the airline saw its poorest on-time performance over the weekend. On July 2, as a result, more than 56%... Read More

July 5th, 2022 9:06 PM 0 COMMENTS

Hundreds of IndiGo Cabin Crew Called in Sick; Twitter Swamps With Complaints

The COVID-19 pandemic's effects have created numerous obstacles for the world's aviation industry during the past two years. The sole goal of airlines was to survive. Airlines left no stone unturned to cut costs as much as possible, even at the expense of staff costs. This was true for airlines in India as well. However, after more than two years of lower pay and increased hardships, the anger among employees... Read More

June 27th, 2022 9:43 PM 0 COMMENTS

Etihad Airways Resumes Direct Flights Between Beijing and Abu Dhabi

Etihad Airways will begin operating the first regularly scheduled direct international passenger trip to Beijing, China, on June 29, 2022. Under the direction of China's Joint Prevention and Control Mechanism of the State Council, a body established in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the service will be resumed. A Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner will fly the once-weekly route for Etihad Airways. On Wednesday at 18:00, the first flight EY 888 will... Read More

June 27th, 2022 9:23 PM 0 COMMENTS

Aviation Industry to Be Set for Period of Turbulence Due to Economic Factors

According to analysts, a number of economic reasons may cause "turbulence" in the aviation sector following the summer vacation boom. It is undeniable that right now, with individuals anxious to escape their COVID-19 suffering after two years, flight traffic is positively soaring. Inflation, the potential for a recession, and Russia's aggression on Ukraine have all raised concerns at this week's annual convention of the Airports Council International (ACI) Europe in... Read More

June 20th, 2022 11:01 PM 0 COMMENTS

Aviation Ministry Set to Celebrate International Yoga Day 2022 at Gwalior Fort

On June 21, 2022, the Ministry of Civil Aviation will commemorate International Day of Yoga by hosting a huge yoga demonstration in Gwalior Fort, which will gather over 2,000 people. Shri Jyotiraditya M. Scindia, Union Minister of Civil Aviation, will inaugurate and lead the event. The United Nations General Assembly declared the 21st of June as the International Day of Yoga in 2014, on the initiative of Prime Minister Shri... Read More

June 10th, 2022 6:00 PM 0 COMMENTS

Domestic Travel Demand to Be Back to Pre-Pandemic Levels by September End

Domestic travel demand, according to Rajesh Magow, CEO of MakeMyTrip, India's largest online travel company, should be back to pre-pandemic levels by the end of September. Magow also stated that full recovery in foreign travel would take longer and that by the end of current fiscal year, it will be back to pre-pandemic levels. On a run rate basis, the recovery on domestic flights is about 85-90% for us. It... Read More

June 9th, 2022 9:00 PM 0 COMMENTS

Passengers Refusing to Wear Mask Can Be Denied Boarding – DGCA

Passengers who refuses to follow Covid's guidelines at airports and on flights would be de-boarded prior to departure, according to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). After the Delhi High Court ordered the regulatory authority to take action against passengers who do not wear masks at airports and on flights, the order was issued. The directive further stipulates that any passenger who refuses to wear masks or breaches the... Read More

May 18th, 2022 10:08 PM 0 COMMENTS

Singapore Airlines Benefits From Competitor Carrier Service Reductions

In just over a year, Singapore Airlines has over twice its monthly available seat kilometres and more than tenfold increased the number of passengers it flies. The airline recently revealed its April 2022 traffic stats, and the figures show that the carrier is on the comeback. Singapore Airlines carried 1,146.200 passengers in April 2022, up from 95,900 in April 2021. The Singapore Airlines Group's passenger load factor for the month... Read More

May 15th, 2022 12:18 AM 0 COMMENTS

Brazil Permits Onboard Service to Return on Domestic Flights

The Brazilian Health Regulatory Agency (Anvisa, in Portuguese) has eased the sanitary requirements for airports and aircraft, allowing onboard service to resume. Brazil is proposing to loosen certain sanitary safeguards after more than two years of tight travel restrictions because to the COVID-19 outbreak. This will have a direct impact on passengers' flying experiences across the country, and Azul, GOL, and LATAM should be pleased. Anvisa adopted a revision to... Read More

May 12th, 2022 8:29 PM 0 COMMENTS

General Court of European Union Postpones Verdict on Ryanair’s Objection to Condor’s State Aid

The decision of Ryanair's challenge to Germany's €321.2 million rescue of competitor airline Condor during the COVID-19 crisis will have to wait a little longer. The judges who were supposed to make a decision on the case have postponed it until further notice. Condor's aid has been criticised by Ryanair as unfair. The General Court of the European Union has decided to postpone its decision on Ryanair's objection to Condor's... Read More

Spirit Airlines Reports a Net Loss of $194 Million for First Quarter

Spirit Airlines, based in Florida, has recorded a net loss of US$194.7 million for the first quarter of the year, despite robust demand and rising revenue. This compares to a loss of $245.9 million in the first quarter of 2021 and a profit of $57.5 million in the same period in 2020. Spirit Airlines says it's better to compare its present financial and operational performance to the first quarter of... Read More

Delhi’s IGI Airport Displaces Dubai to Be the World’s Second Busiest in March

The COVID-19 pandemic has been in existence for two years, but it remains to have an impact on aviation trends and statistics. The list of the world's busiest airports, for example, has undergone major revision in recent years. New Delhi's Indira Gandhi International Airport, has surpassed Dubai to become the world's second-busiest airport. Based on the number of seats booked to and from the airport, Delhi's IGI Airport (DEL) has... Read More

Qantas Airline to Operate Non-Stop International Flights Starting From 2025

Starting in 2025, Qantas, Australia's national carrier, will offer new nonstop flights from Sydney and Melbourne to locations such as New York and London. According to the Xinhua news agency, the carrier, which has been working on endurance flying under Project Sunrise for years, has ordered 12 Airbus A350-1000 aircraft to cover the routes. When compared to current one-stop choices, they are estimated to save up to four hours in... Read More

April 30th, 2022 9:07 PM 0 COMMENTS

Malaysia Airlines Focuses Customer Satisfaction as It Navigates Out of Pandemic

Malaysia Airlines is in a precarious position as a result of the pandemic. The airline has had to deal with some of the most stringent COVID limitations, and has made no bones of the financial hardships that these obstacles have generated. The intense competition in Malaysia is altering, according to the COO, in addition to all the other obstacles it has in recovering from the pandemic. Prior to the pandemic,... Read More

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