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IndiGo has achieved a historic landmark by surpassing the milestone of over 2000 planned flights a day. This makes IndiGo, the first airline in the country and marks a significant leap in operational capacity. According to the latest OAG Data for October’23, IndiGo is among the top 10 airlines globally in both frequency and by […]Continue Reading
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Vistara yesterday inaugurated non-stop, 6x weekly flights between Mumbai and Frankfurt. The inaugural flight, operated on Vistara’s Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner, commenced from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai at 13:00 Hours (IST) to arrive at Frankfurt International Airport at 17:30 Hours (GMT). Vistara has already been flying 6x weekly between Continue Reading
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The maiden domestic sailing of the Costa Serena, an international cruise ship, was officially launched in Mumbai by Sarbananda Sonowal, the Minister of Ports, Shipping, and Waterways. Starting today until 11 January 2023 Costa Serena is set to home port in Mumbai operating on a newly created program of 2,3,5 nights itineraries from Mumbai and […]Continue Reading
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Rwand Air has appointed Vennah Mukumburwa as Country Manager for India, to be based in Mumbai. Mukumburwa is a aviation professional with 15 years in the industry, demonstrating progression within RwandAir and expertise in Customer Service, Management, Operations, and Sales. As the Country Manager for RwandAir in India, she works on ensuring excellence and fostering […]Continue Reading
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Vistara has inaugurated daily, non-stop flights between Delhi and Hong Kong. The inaugural flight, operated on Vistara’s A321neo aircraft, commenced from Indira Gandhi International Airport, Delhi at 21:05 Hours (IST) on October 2023 and arrived at Hong Kong International Airport at 05:55 Hours (HKT) today. Vinod Kannan, Chief Executive Officer, Vistara, said, “The launch Continue Reading
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The delay in reviving Go First has adversely impacted its workforce with no salaries since three months. According to sources, the airline hasn’t paid employees since May 2023 and as the revival takes longer, these employees are taking up jobs at other airlines. According to sources, 500 of the 600 Go First pilots have quit […]Continue Reading
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