Lufthansa to operate A380 Superjumbo flights to 3 new destinations
The Gujarat State Government’s Civil Aviation Department will convene a meeting in Gandhinagar on 5 May, 2010 to discuss the issue of increasing the inter-state air connectivity with Surat.
Japan Airlines (JAL), which declared itself bankrupt in January, is cutting its operations along various international and domestic routes as part of a restructuring strategy to return to profitability.
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines is continuing its expansion at its Boston hub with the commencement of its non-stop flight to Phoenix from the Logan International Airport from 7 September, 2010.
American Airlines has cancelled its inaugural Chicago-Beijing non-stop flight owing to dissatisfaction with the take-off and landing slots offered to it by Chinese aviation authorities.
The Thiruvananthapuram airport, for the first time, will be host to a wide-bodied freighter aircraft operated by Dubai-based Emirates airlines to the city this week.
April and May are the summer vacation months for Malayalees in New Delhi, and the time when everyone takes a trip down south.
Jet Airways to expand operations to improve connectivity
Jet Airways is all set to bring in at least four new ATR turboprop planes in the next nine months’ time.
The slight relaxation in the flight ban over European airspace has seen many airlines hurrying to resume flights.
Air India has reported the departure of one of its flights from Frankfurt to Delhi on Wednesday, after the slow withdrawal of flight restrictions imposed by aviation authorities due to the cloud of volcanic ash. However, the timing of resumption of its flights from London’s Heathrow airport remains uncertain. Air India ...
Air India flights to the US and Jet Airways flights to the US and Canada have resumed, providing relief to passengers stranded along these routes.
The time-frame set by the government for Indian airlines to phase out their foreign pilots had been extended by a year.
DGCA forces Paramount to cancel flights; airline says will resume
The Indian airline industry’s fate seems to have changed for the better as passenger traffic rose by 23 percent in March in comparison with the corresponding month in 2009.
China will launch Tibet Airlines in May with a registered capital of 280 million Yuan (USD 41.2 million). The airline will be the first Chinese airline to be based in the Tibet Autonomous Region.
Jet Airways has entered into a codeshare agreement with Gulf Air. The codeshare agreement will help Jet Airways to spruce up its network connectivity on services between Bahrain and India. The agreement has come into effect from April 12.
Hawaiian Airlines has retained top slot in a study ranking 18 commercial airliners, sponsored jointly by the Wichita State University and the Purdue University. The study rates flights in four categories which are: mishandled baggage, on-time performance, customer complaints and denied boardings largely on account of overbookings. Titled the Airline Quality Report ...