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Vistara 787 Business Class: My Experience flying between Mumbai and Delhi (CoVid-19 edition)

I recently flew the Vistara 787-9 for the first time. Here is my experience flying the flat bed Business Class for the first time. The same product is flying to London these days, and hopefully soon to Paris and Frankfurt as well.

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Qantas plans to mandate compulsory CoVid-19 vaccination to get on board their international flights

Qantas is the first airline to have spoken up about the need to have a vaccine in the coming future to get on a Qantas international flight, and they expect other airlines to join them in what could become a global phenomenon. Here is Alan Joyce, Qantas CEO, telling us the obvious.

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Air India banned from operating flights to Hong Kong for the fifth time due to CoVid-19 cases on board.

Air India has been banned by Hong Kong’s authorities for the fifth time in as many months because they have brought into the country more cases than a certain statutory limit set for each flight arrival into the country. Here are all the details.

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Indian airlines get 200K pax a day for the first time 6 months into reopening

160 days after opening up domestic flights, Indian airlines have finally managed to see a day where over 200,000 people flew on the same day. Is this the start of a good trend or just a coincidence? What does the data for domestic flights show us? Let us find out.

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