Today, I flew the inaugural flight of Vistara’s International operations, between Delhi and Singapore, and here is an indepth review of what to expect on Vistara’s flight to Singapore.
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Lufthansa will no longer fly the A380 to Delhi from January 2020. Instead, it will fly a 747-400 without a first class cabin. Good news is, Lufthansa will roster a premium heavy 747-8 featuring a first class cabin on this route from March 29, 2020.
Delhi airport currently has three passenger terminals, but no convenient inter-terminal transfer system. That will change in the coming years, along with a convenient commute to Aerocity as well.
Delhi Airspace Closure, Mumbai Runway Maintainance and Bangalore Airspace Closure, all in a span of a few weeks. That means there will be a lot of chaos at the airports in the coming days.
The SilverKris Lounge at Delhi Airport is the best Star Alliance Lounge at this airport, and you should check it out if you are flying from Delhi Airport and have access to this lounge.
Next time you fly out of Delhi or Mumbai, you may not have to remove your laptop from your carry on bag as authorities are experimenting with a new system that will eliminate the need of removing items from your bag.
Starting next month, if your flying out of Delhi, expect a slight increase in airfares. This is due to a change in the fee that the airport levies. Out goes UDF and in comes PSF.
After Vistara’s RADA, it is time for Taxi-Bot at New Delhi airport. Israel Aerospace Industry (IAI) and TLD group have tied up with KSU Aviation Pvt. Ltd. to bring TLD’s Taxi-Bot to New Delhi airport.
Flying in and out of Delhi between November 15 and November 28 this year? Your flight may be delayed due to the upcoming runway maintenance at Delhi. No-frills flyers will be impacted the most.
Delhi Airport Terminal 3 has always been locked in a debate on their carpets. And now, those brown carpets may well be on their way out. Here is why they did that, because someone tweeted a complaint.
Starting with GoAir passengers, Delhi Airport will introduce the process to stop stamping boarding passes of passengers in August. This means, no ink on your shirt pocket and hopefully a faster security check process.