Airline customers are expecting empty middle seats to save them from CoVid19. But the airline industry says that this empty middle seat can’t really work out for the business. So, is it even necessary?
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Airlines have been very kind to us offering a “credit shell” while they should have kindly returned our cash when they ended up in the CoVid-19 Soup. But these credit shells are flawed and have many issues, so take a look at these issues before you accept them.
Don’t buy any flight tickets, just yet.
Airlines have started sprinkling sales to raise cash and stay afloat, but I am not buying. Here is why.
Jet Airways has grounded more than fifty per cent of its entire fleet. This has had a huge impact on their schedule especially out of Mumbai and Delhi.
Airbus has put a business case for the A330neo in front of IndiGo and SpiceJet. Both airlines have intentions of starting long-haul international flights.
Vistara has signed a codeshare agreement with Japan Airlines this week, adding to their codeshares with British Airways & Singapore Airlines. Here is a shot at inferring what is Vistara is planning in the long run with these tie-ups.
Airlines in India are having a tough time. More than 80 aircraft are on the ground at this point of time due to various reasons. Currently, the aircraft on ground exceeds the fleet size of SpiceJet.
Indian aviation market is growing at a rapid pace at the backdrop of capacity induction by airlines in India. Airlines in India took deliveries at the rate of more than 1 aircraft every 3 days in 2018.
Jet Airways has already consolidated their international operations. Jet Airways is now reducing frequencies on domestic routes also. They are tweaking their schedule as a part of cost-saving operations.
Where I assess everything that IndiGo and Jet Airways are up to for now and figure out, I am still better off sticking to Jet Airways at the moment. Here are all my reasons.