Changi Airport is set to open up the Jewel on April 17, 2019, which will house various attractions including the World’s largest indoor Waterfall.
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The Boeing Company unveiled the largest twin-engine jet, the Boeing 777X to their employees for the first time in Seattle, Washington, yesterday. Here are some pictures of N779XW, the first Boeing 777X test aircraft.
Air India has rerouted USA and Europe flights and cancelled some international routes due to the prolonged closure of the Pakistan Airspace. The diversion has been costing them INR 3 Crore per day for the past few weeks.
The US Government has finally announced the grounding of the Boeing 737 MAX aircraft in the United States of America, making it one of the last countries globally to ground the plane type for the moment.
A 10-year-old kid, Alex Jacquot from Australia writes an adorable letter to Qantas CEO, Alan Joyce to seek his advice to start his own airline, Oceania Express.
The new Istanbul Airport will go live in April 2019. If you are travelling to Istanbul or transiting through there, this should be of interest to you.
In clear contravention of the directions given by the Indian aviation regulator, SpiceJet continued to fly the planes in normal commercial service till much after. Regulator changed the guidance later to accommodate this.
Vistara had applied with the Government back in June 2018 to fly overseas but the approval was delayed. Vistara has finally received a go-ahead to start International flights.
The Grounding of the 737 MAX continues to take place around the globe on the back of the second crash of one such aircraft in Africa. Here is an updated list of all the countries and carriers which have grounded the aircraft.
SpiceJet is charting a huge international growth plan with the induction of new aircraft. To widen its sales and distribution reach, SpiceJet has signed up with Amadeus as its first GDS partner.
With yesterday’s crash of another 737 MAX 8, airlines and regulators have started to ground their 737 MAX fleets. China, Ethiopian and Cayman Airways started the trend. Will DGCA and/or SpiceJet follow?