The gateway to the Heathrow Airport has a new attraction. A giant model of an Airbus A380 has been installed at the spot, courtesy Emirates Airline.
Bahrain Air, the first and only premium low price carrier (PLPC) in Bahrain, has said that it would launch its inaugural flight from Kochi, Kerala to Jeddah via Bahrain on Wednesday.
Air Arabia, the first and largest low-cost carrier in the Middle East and North Africa, has flown more than 10 million passengers since its launch in October 2003.
Establishing a popular gateway to onward South American destinations from Dubai and popular transit markets including the regional Middle East and Japan, Emirates has introduced a seventh addition to its Brazil flights, making its non-stop Dubai-Sao Paulo operation a daily one.
FlyDubai, the new low cost airline from Dubai , has placed an order for 54 Next-Generation 737-800 aircraft from Boeing. The order is valued at approximated US$4 billion and is termed as the biggest single order by a Gulf-based low cost carrier for the Boeing aircraft.
Soaring fuel bills have forced Australian airline Virgin Blue, owned by Richard Branson, to ground two more aircraft. A three per cent reduction in route capacity has brought overall cuts by the airline to 12 per cent since last month.
Spiraling fuel prices or economic downturn don’t seem to stop Kingfisher flying high. India’s most popular private airline Kingfisher Airlines is set to launch its international service with daily flights to Europe and Southeast Asia by September 3.
Kerala-based IBS Software Services, a leading provider of new-generation IT solutions to the global travel, transportation and logistics space, has signed an agreement to provide AvientCrew, its crew management solution to KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, the national airline of The Netherlands.
Dr Vijay Mallya’s Kingfisher Airlines has entered into a pact with the hugely popular multiplex chain, Fame, to kick start a promotional alliance beginning this week.
Long haul operations by Air India are likely to be initiated via the polar routes. Air India is reportedly planning to file an application with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to fly the transpolar route.
Bangalore's traffic jams are legendary. Those landing at the Bangalore International Airport oftne have to travel hours through the slow-moving traffic to reach their destinations.
Taking its cargo solutions to a broader plane, IBS, the Kerala, India-based global provider of software solutions to travel tourism and logistics players, has taken its iCargo Cargo Terminal Operations module to the Tokyo International Air Cargo Terminal Ltd (TIACT).
Singapore Airlines, the national airline of Singapore, has taken delivery of its 5th Airbus A380 Superjumbo.
Northwest Airlines, headquartered in Eagan, Minnesota, the United State, is pulling the plug on its daily, non-stop service to Amsterdam, the Netherlands, from Bradley International Airport, Connecticut, the United States, with effect from October 1, 2008.
Delta Air Lines, based in Atlanta, Georgia, the United States, has decided to charge passengers who redeem their miles for free flights a fee of at least $25.