GoAir started operations in 2005 and has now added its 50th aircraft in 2019. GoAir is planning to add an aircraft a month, launch more international destinations and may go for an IPO.
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Dubai Duty Free has started accepting Indian rupees as its 16th currency from July 1, 2019. You can now purchase anything at Dubai Duty Free with INR without converting it to any other currency.
Air India will start daily non-stop 787-8 flights on Mumbai-Hong Kong and 4x weekly flights on Delhi-Seoul route from September 18, 2019. Air India will discontinue fifth freedom flights to Seoul and Osaka from Hong Kong.
IndiGo has changed the way they will charge you for changes and cancellations. In this case, be careful, because you could now be paying more for changes/cancellations up to 96 hours before departure! On the other hand, changes will be free within 24 hours of booking now.
Alila Hotels is in the process of joining World of Hyatt, which means there will be another bunch of luxury properties joining in the Hyatt ecosystem in the coming days. Goa and Jaipur get new Hyatt hotels too.
Air India is further expanding its presence in Dubai by adding flights from Indore and Kolkata, after adding flights from Mumbai and Delhi.
Airbnb and British Airways have tied up to offer you Avios every time you make an Airbnb booking via British Airways. And the earn rate is good at 3 Avios/ US$1. So would you take it?
SpiceJet is adding new flights to Dhaka and Riyadh from Mumbai. In addition, SpiceJet is also adding flights to Jeddah and Dhaka from Delhi.
Boeing is using every available space at its Renton factory, delivery centre in Paine field and now also at its Texas Maintenance base to store the 737 MAX. It has now parked 6 737 MAX aircraft in a staff car park at the delivery centre in Paine Field, Seattle.
Given some of us still have JetPrivilege status, Etihad Airways is continuing to honour benefits for those JetPrivilege members. Here is a roundup of my experience flying in Etihad Economy a few days ago as a JetPrivilege Platinum.
Prime Air is the fleet of aircraft that Amazon uses to fly around most of your packages around the USA these days for next day delivery. Here is an inside look of the aircraft that make it happen.