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.
JetBlue has secured additional slots at London Heathrow Airport. As a result, the airline is adding one more daily flight between New York JFK and London Heathrow.
Hilton has unveiled that it will open seven new luxury properties under its three luxury brands in 2023.
Singapore Airlines has announced that it will increase Airbus A380 services to Australia while also ramping up East and South Asian services. The airline is making these changes based on the “strong projected demand to these destinations”.
British Airways has announced the addition of Cincinnati as its 27th U.S. destination. This will be the only nonstop flight to the United Kingdom from all of Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana.
Air Canada has resumed flights to Mumbai after a gap of 3 years. However, things have now changed. Rather than operating the flight between Toronto and Mumbai nonstop, it is now operating a one-stop flight via London Heathrow in either direction.
Air India has announced that it is expanding its presence in San Francisco in the United States and in London and Birmingham in the United Kingdom.
SkyTeam alliance, which consists of large players such as Delta Airlines, KLM & Air France, is getting a new airline: Virgin Atlantic.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is expanding its European network with two new destinations for Summer 2023. In addition to this, the airline will also be resuming previously-served routes.
Indian low-cost carrier IndiGo and UK-based Virgin Atlantic have entered a codeshare partnership which will offer easy connections and increased opportunities for frequent flyers to earn more points than ever before.