Indian startup airline Akasa Air, founded by Vinay Dube and backed by many colleagues who used to earlier work together at Jet Airways, had its first Boeing MAX 8 land in Delhi after a long multi-leg delivery trip from Seattle. On the occasion, Vinay Dube met us at...
Air India is considering ordering as many as 300 narrow-body jets to expand its domestic and regional fleet, and overhaul the fleet under its new owners, the Tatas. This order could be one of the largest orders in commercial aviation history. The airline is in...
At the Dubai Airshow 2021, Indian startup carrier Akasa Air, founded by aviation veteran Vinay Dube and backed by Indian investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala, placed its first aircraft order for 72 737 MAX 8 and 737 MAX 8-200 Aircraft. The airline intends to launch operations...
Air India is close to ordering the Airbus A350 to add the type to its fleet. The widebody could join the fleet as early as the first quarter of 2023, AirInsight has learned following reports on Bloomberg. In January, Air India was privatized and returned to the...
India’s Tata Group has been working towards an integration of its various airline entities towards making one big aviation behemoth in Talace Ltd, which is the entity it promoted to acquire Air India. While Air India still does not have a CEO and Campbell Wilson...
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