Air India

By Adrian Schofield
The Air India-Vistara merger may gain final approval soon, but uncertainty surrounds Go First and Jet Airways.
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
The merger has received almost all the approvals it needs from competition authorities; the last sign-off required is from India’s National Company Law Tribunal
Airlines & Lessors

By Adrian Schofield
Workers from India’s largest aircraft engineering organization are planning a strike, which could potentially cause disruptions for Air India.
Workforce & Training

By Adrian Schofield
International markets are booming after the pandemic recovery, and many carriers are finding themselves short of capacity after retiring many older widebodies.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Adrian Schofield
The approval comes after the applicants committed to preserving capacity on certain routes.
Safety, Ops & Regulation

By David Casey
Four destinations and five airlines are among the finalists at the Routes Asia 2024 Awards, which celebrate excellence in airport and destination marketing.
Airports & Networks

By Alan Dron
India’s fast-growing middle class and its connections with the UK are creating new route opportunities for flag carriers and startups.
Airports & Networks

By Swaati Ketkar
Conglomerate signs memorandum of understanding for Air India to occupy an airframe maintenance facility.
Services & Support

By Adrian Schofield
Airlines including Cebu Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Thai Airways and Cathay Pacific are planning to place major orders.
Singapore Airshow

By Alex Derber
Pratt & Whitney responds to claims related to GTF service capability in India.
Aircraft & Propulsion

All the important information related to the airlines in recent years.
Airports & Networks

By Alex Derber
Air India Engineering Services' GTF MRO plans first announced in 2020 have failed to materialize.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By William Moore
This week’s Carbon Analysis looks at how the Indian air travel market is performing.
Airlines & Lessors

By Daniel Williams
This week's Flight Friday looks under the hood at Indian operator utilization.
Airlines & Lessors

By Karen Walker
With China reopened, travel demand across Asia normalizes.
Airports & Networks

By Lee Ann Shay
Aviation maintenance facilities are booked. Will the new facilities be enough?
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Swaati Ketkar
Air India has received approval from India’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation to carry out line maintenance on Airbus A350 and A320 aircraft.
Aircraft & Propulsion

Swaati Ketkar
The airline is working with Airbus and several MROs to ramp up its in-house A350 maintenance capabilities.
Workforce & Training

By Joe Anselmo, Karen Walker, Daniel Williams
India's airlines have ordered thousands of aircraft this year, but economic realities will keep it from replicating Beijing's growth miracle anytime soon.
Check 6

By William Moore
Scandinavian Airlines (SAS), Finnair, and Air India have been chosen for comparison.
Airlines & Lessors

Martha Neubauer
Expectations for India must be tempered by its low GDP per capita and other hurdles to becoming a large player on the global stage. Some of the buzz is warranted.
Manufacturing & Supply Chain

By Jens Flottau
Emirates plans to reveal further orders taking fleet plans into the 2030s, but new players like Riyadh Air and a revived Indian aviation sector are emerging.
Dubai Airshow

Freighter conversions and new joint ventures dominate this month’s Contracts and Briefs.
Aircraft & Propulsion

By Swaati Ketkar
The new warehouse in Delhi is targeting supply chain issues related to spare parts.
Supply Chain

By Matthew Fulco
Given the benefits for Indian airlines of leasing aircraft through GIFT City, doing so could become more common in the future.
Airlines & Lessors