Akasa Air: Betting Big On Tier II, Tier III Connectivity & Sustainability
The airline will continue to grow its network across Tier II & Tier III route connectivity with a focus on achieving its sustainability goals
Where Did Go First Go Wrong & What Should Airlines Learn From It?
Go First Airline, which filed for bankruptcy, announced that its flight operations will remain canceled until 9th May due to operational reasons. New players such as Akasa Air and upcoming Fly91, have a lot to learn from this
Go First: What Led To the 'Grounding' Of This Airline
The airline has been faced with critical supply chain issues with regard to their engines.Go First filed for bankruptcy blaming jet engine maker Pratt & Whitney (P&W) for grounding half of its fleet, however, P&W has refuted the claims
How Lufthansa Group Is Expanding Its Wings In India
European airline major Lufthansa is bullish about the India market and is expanding its operations. With its new services it plans to operate more than 60 weekly flights from India and it has plans to bring back Airbus A380 into the Asian market
World Pilot Day: Is India Taking Off?
April 26th is celebrated as World Pilot's Day and the idea to turn it into an international celebration was established by the International Federation of Air Line Pilots' Associations (IFALPA)
From Boardroom To Shop Floors: More Women Entering Auto & Aviation Industry
Tata Motors employs more than 3,000 women employees at its shop floors, similarly, MG Motor India has successfully integrated 37 per cent women employees in its workforce. Around 13 per cent of Vistara airlines pilots are women, today corporate companies are working towards women representation in all its fields
Indian Aviation Industry: Experiencing Watershed Moments
After the Air India deal, the Indian carriers are expected to place further orders, starting off with another large order from IndiGo. What was envisaged to be a 300 aircraft order prior to COVID, may now increase to 500, predicts CAPA, an aviation consulting and advisory firm
Is It a Happy Anniversary For Air India?
From being under public ire for incidents of unruly passengers to making some significant gains under the aegis of Tata group, this one year has been a roller coaster ride for the airline
India's Domestic Air Passenger Volume Rose To 10.35 Million: Report
Indian domestic carriers, excluding newly launched Akasa Air, had flown a total of 7.66 million passengers on the local routes a year ago
Beyond Excellence: Kuwait Airways CEO Maen Razouqi
Meet the man on a mission to bolster the future of Kuwait's national airline.
Not Mayday, But Indian Civil Aviation Has Its Head In the Clouds
Though the number of midair scares is miniscule compared with total operations, the frequency–and the rate of increase–of the occurrences should set the alarm bells ringing
Follow The Leader: Thomas Flohr, Founder And Chairman, Vista Global Holding
Flohr, has successfully transformed a venture that started with operating just two aircrafts into a global private aviation group with 350 jets flying to every continent.
For Vistara, Sky Is Not the Limit
Innovation is our cultural pillar and it played a key role in the way we have come out of the pandemic: Vinod Kannan, CEO of Vistara
Three Major Events To Shape The Future Of Indian Aviation Industry
The aviation industry, the third largest domestic aviation market in the world, will soon be shaped by the launch of Akasa Air, revival of Jet Airways and the possible integration of Vistara with Air India
Jalan Kalrock Consortium Appoints Vipula Gunatilleka As CFO Of Jet Airways
Vipula Gunatilleka was the CEO of SriLankan Airlines until January 2022 and led the national carrier during the pandemic