Air India yesterday made headlines around the world for ordering 470 aircraft, split between Airbus and Boeing. Let’s take a deep-dive into this order and try to understand the airline’s plans better.
It’s a sweet Tuesday! Air India has today officially announced an order for 220 Boeing aircraft with options for 70 more. This comes just hours after the airline announced an order for 250 Airbus aircraft.
Etihad Airways has announced that it is boosting flights to Frankfurt in order to accommodate the rising demand.
Akasa Air is adding Varanasi to its growing network. Varanasi will be the airline’s second destination in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh after Lucknow and 14th overall destination.
Australian startup airline Bonza’s dream is turning into a reality as after months and months of hard work, the airline’s flights are officially on sale now.
Emirates has announced that it is ramping up Sydney and Melbourne services as demand to/from these cities continues to soar.
Etihad Airways has announced that it will start flying to Copenhagen and Düsseldorf later this year, thereby adding two European destinations on its network.
Air India has announced that it will begin flying to London Gatwick Airport. This decision comes as the airline is prioritising London Heathrow operations for flights from just two Indian cities while also increasing nonstop flights to the London area.
Ethiopian Airlines has announced that it will launch flights to Atlanta, Georgia. The airline will expand its presence in the United States with this new route.
Air Canada will suspend its Doha route indefinitely. The carrier will operate its last outbound flight to Doha, Qatar on 29th January 2023.