Indian low cost carrier IndiGo has announced new flights to Tashkent, Uzbekistan, thus continuing with its expansion in Central Asia.
Air India has announced the introduction of a simplified purchases cabin upgrade process.
Tata Group-owned Air India has announced the launch of new inflight magazine named “namaste.ai”.
United has announced that it is going double-daily on Newark-Delhi route.
IndiGo has announced that it will begin flights to Baku, Azerbaijan as part of its aggressive international expansion plans. Baku will be IndiGo’s 30th international and 108th overall destination.
IndiGo has announced that it is adding to Tbilisi in Georgia to its Central Asian network. The Georgian capital will be the 29th international destination and 107th overall destination in the airline’s network.
EgyptAir has announced that it is expanding its presence in India with the addition to Delhi to its network.
Hilton has announced that it will soon debut its flagship brand in Delhi NCR (National Capital Region) with a resort in Sohna.
Following the signing of a Letter of Intent (LoI) in February 2023, Air India has announced that it has now firmed up its order for 470 aircraft with Airbus and Boeing.
Indian low cost carrier IndiGo has placed an order for 500 Airbus A320 family aircraft. The long Airbus loyalist airline has created history by setting the record for the biggest single purchase agreement in the history of commercial aviation.