Airlines can’t get enough of the India opportunity. While the opportunity was looked at as a passenger opportunity for many years, the pandemic showed the need for freight to move around as well. While India’s BlueDart was the first off the mark many years...
French aerospace major Safran has upped its presence in India with the addition of new projects in the country focused on commercial aviation as well as defence activities in India for the coming years. Safran has operated in India for 65 years and now counts 10...
India’s newest no-frills carrier, Akasa Air, which signed up for 72 Boeing 737 MAX at the Dubai Airshow last year and intends to launch operations shortly, today cleared a very important milestone towards the launch of their operations. The Indian aviation...
Indian no-frill carrier, SpiceJet, which operates a fleet of Boeing 737 and Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, has heard from the Indian aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), and it is not all good news. After eight malfunction incidents in the...
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...
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