Qatar Airways will be starting flight services to Stuttgart, the carrier’s fourth German destination. The Doha based airline will also add new flights to Frankfurt and Munich by next month.
Dubai-based Emirates has offered a six per cent concession on flight fares to Australia for Sri Lankan students making the trip in pursuit of higher education between May and July 2011.
Owing to the civil crisis in Tripoli, Qatar Airways has announced that it would stop flights to Libya. However, flights to and from the Bahraini capital Manama remain unaffected, according to the airline’s website.
LV Air, a new airline is on the horizon, and is expected to begin services in this year offering direct flights from New York's JFK airport to Las Vegas' McCarren airport. The yet to be born airline expects to have four non-stop flights per day.
Caribbean Airlines have started new services between Trinidad and Tobago in wake of the Carnival 2011. The airlines have increased frequency of services to North America as well as other key international destinations.
Spicejet is expanding to 100 domestic destinations across India. The airline is India’s second largest budget carrier and now readies itself to grow regionally. Spicejet is largely owned (37.7% stake in the company) by media tycoon Kalanithi Maran of Sun TV Network Ltd.
British Airways have withdrawn temporarily two jumbo jets after one of its passengers complained about bitten by bed bugs on two different long flights.
Airport officials in Orlando are keen to start non-stop services to destinations like Israel and Dubai. Orlando is a major International location and therefore direct services to key destinations would enhance the reputation of the state.
As part of its practice in celebrating International Women’s Day and JetViva program, Jet Airways is celebrating womanhood and acknowledging its woman passengers. Jet Airways will offer its women guests special benefits, fares and offers to observe International Women’s day. As an offer, between February 25 and March 31, every group ...
Pakistan International Airlines has decided to bring back flights to Colombo from Karachi. The service resuming after a gap of three years, made its maiden flight on February 19 to Colombo from Karachi.
Kingfisher Airlines is planning to start daily services to Maldives by March middle. The announcement is based on the fact that by March, seven withdrawn A320 flights of the carrier will be back.
Mahindra to launch multi purpose aircrafts soon
Dubai-based Emirates Airline has been picked for the Airline of the Year Award by Air Transport World, a leading magazine on the aviation industry.
In an effort aimed at reducing costs and pushing up revenues, Jet Airways is looking at converting at least one third of its domestic flights into its all economy Jet Airways Konnect services.