90 days after opening up domestic flights, Indian airlines have finally managed to operate 1,000 flights a day twice in a week. 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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India and Qatar have struck a new air corridor agreement which will allow travellers from both sides to fly to the other country for a limited window in August 2020.
IndiGo’s co-branded credit cards, launched earlier this year, are being offered free of cost if you apply via a special promotion on at the moment. Here is how you can get the card free for the first year if you apply now!
The Government of India will keep a tab on fares for flying inside India (both on the lower and higher end) till November 2020 for now. Not just that, there are also curbs on the number of flights which will be operational till November 2020.
IndiGo, India’s largest airline by fleet and market share has announced that they will be letting go about 10% of their workforce in the coming days. This huge cut will be due to the CoVid-19 crisis which has cut the business of the airline to a minuscule fraction of the earlier dominant size in Indian aviation.
After Vistara, GoAir and IndiGo are now offering the ability to buy a second seat and keep it empty. Here is how the pricing and booking process works for these two new entrants in the Middle-Seat empty league.
Are flights to the UAE open you asked? From July 12 to 26, there will be an extensive number of flights being operated by Emirates, Etihad, Air Arabia, FlyDubai, Air India Express, IndiGo and SpiceJet to take Indians back to the UAE and vice-versa.
IndiGo has launched their first promotion for their Ka-ching co-branded credit card launched in partnership with HDFC Bank. They are offering a sweet cashback of up to INR 2500 for your tickets booked in July 2020.
IndiGo recently collected two A321neo aircraft from Airbus, in what should be music to the airframe maker’s ears. After all, airlines around the world are right now trying to postpone deliveries, and IndiGo, on the other hand, wants to keep taking aeroplanes as committed.
IndiGo, India’s largest airline, suffered a loss in the last financial year. However, that should not mean that the airline will stop buying new aircraft. In fact, they need more as they send the old ones back in a hurry.
As flights opened up again, we found the first asymptomatic traveller having carried the virus onboard an IndiGo flight on Monday, May 25, 2020. The entire crew has been pulled out for 14 days.