Air India, which has had a spate of incidents on its Boeing 787 fleet in the past year-and-a-half, is satisfied with the overall quality of service from the aircraft, according to chairman and managing director Rohit Nandan.
Air India—which took delivery of its 12th Boeing 787 Sunday and is on schedule to induct two more of the type by March—has decided to form a committee to evaluate its Dreamliner performance before making a final call on future deliveries.
The Indian government said Monday it was lifting restrictions on Airbus A380 flights into the country. The decision will allow airlines like Singapore Airlines, Emirates and Lufthansa to start using the aircraft on their India routes.
Tata-Singapore Airlines, the new full service airline venture being planned in India, has applied to the ministry of civil aviation for a no-objection certificate (NOC), a preliminary approval needed to clear the way to start operations.
Earlier in September, I wrote two blog commentaries about Delta Air Lines’ complaint against JetBlue Airways being awarded a pair of US federal employee travel routes. Delta wrote to the US General Service Administration (GSA) - which manages government operations, including travel for federal employees – complaining about route awards granted to New York-based JetBlue....More
The new IATA director general and CEO attends the ICAO Assembly in Montreal this week confident that the carbon emissions proposal that the air transport industry has forged is a good one that can be implemented....More
Aviation infrastructure shortcomings in the fast-growing Asia-Pacific region have become a dire situation, prompting IATA to warn governments in the area of the potential cost to their economies if they do not quickly address airport and airspace congestion....More