Blade, the helicoper charter service, known as the Uber of choppers, has launched in India with flights between Mumbai / Pune / Shirdi, and heading soon into Bangalore as well. Just fire up the app and order your chopper.
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Iran has confirmed that they have by error downed PS752, the Ukrainian aircraft, which was flying to Kyev. This unfortunate incident killed 176 people on January 8, 2020.
It seems like the four 787-9 aircraft which were rumoured to be taken up by Vistara would not be the case. Having failed to have struck a deal with Vistara, Boeing seems to have made an offer to Biman Bangladesh to sell these aircraft to them.
Mumbai – London flights will get a huge capacity boost, at least temporarily, with Air India adding 6 new weekly flights in February 2020 through March 2020.
Hilton Honors rolled out some quick and small changes to the programme yesterday, which are overall good for members. Here is a quick roundup of these changes.
Almost a week to go before the window for the choice of your Marriott Titanium Elite and Marriott Platinum Elite Annual Choice benefits are going to expire. Here is an assessment of all the options, and how you should go about choosing one while living in Asia.
In new moves, FAA has stopped American airlines from using the Iran/Iraq air corridor, and other airlines such as British Airways have followed suit. How does this affect flights to India and South Asia, we decode for you.
PayTM has now introduced new charges on reloads with credit cards for an amount over INR 10,000 per month. For loads with net banking or UPI, PayTM Wallet continues to stay free of cost.
Hilton Honors new Points Unlimited promotion for the year 2020 makes you earn points for every stay and every ten nights you stay you get a bonus of 10,000 points as well. Here is how to register and maximise this promotion that works through May 3, 2020.
Vistara 737 800 aircraft are starting to be released from the Vistara fleet, as new Airbus A320Neo aircraft are being inducted in the fleet. The first two of the nine 737 aircraft are leaving the fleet in January 2020 itself.
Emirates President Sir Tim Clark will retire from the airline, 35 years after he first came on board the airline as a network planner. This will be a huge blow for the industry as he is one of the best aviation minds there is.