Jet Airways will receive an emergency funding of INR 1500 crores to pay the dues and restore flight operations. It plans to restore several domestic flights by April 25, 2019.
In spite of their denials, many Indian airlines, such as IndiGo and SpiceJet continue to aspire to fly to London. Here is how their plans look in the summer of 2019 schedule. Will it take off is another ball game altogether.
A few weeks earlier, a letter written by a 10-year-old CEO of Australia’s newest airline Oceania Express went viral. A meeting between Qantas and Oceania Express CEOs happened this week.
Delhi airport currently has three passenger terminals, but no convenient inter-terminal transfer system. That will change in the coming years, along with a convenient commute to Aerocity as well.
Dubai International airport (DXB) will refurbish the runway in April/May 2019. Some flights are cancelled while some have shifted to Dubai World Central (DWC).
Jet Airways launched a third daily flight on Mumbai – London Heathrow in 2017. Now, Jet Airways has stopped accepting bookings for the third daily flight to London.
The first operator on the Mumbai to Guangzhou route will not be an Indian carrier, but an African carrier instead. RwandAir will take charge of the route in June 2019.
With funds coming in the bank, Jet Airways still has a tough road ahead. The airline has an active fleet of only 36 aircraft, with double the number grounded. Pilots are also joining other airlines. We figure out how would the airline’s operations look in the days ahead.
IndiGo had launched double daily flights to Istanbul. While the first flight (6E 11/12) is operating daily, the second frequency (6E 15/16) is cancelled for now.
IndiGo has started codesharing with Turkish Airlines on flights to Europe. You can now book flights to numerous European destinations on IndiGo from all Indian cities under IndiGo’s network.
Jet Airways is shutting down Hong Kong route and many other routes as well. Delhi is affected the most by Jet Airways cancellations.