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Jet Airways to go nonstop to New York, and to launch Amsterdam

 Jet Airways (IATA:9W) has applied to start nonstop flights to New York area from India. The airline is expected to start the route from either Delhi or Mumbai. Jet’s three Boeing 777-300ERs currently on a wet lease with Turkish Airlines are scheduled to return by October, which the carrier will use for this route. It […]

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Alitalia to launch Abu Dhabi, Delhi, Johannesburg and Seoul in 2012-13

 Alitalia has stated that it plans to launch services to Abu Dhabi and Seoul in 2012, and to add Delhi and Johannesburg in 2013. This will complement its planned Beijing and Rio De Janeiro services this year.  The airline has likely opted to operate Delhi – Rome, opposed to Mumbai – Rome due to the […]

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All About the NEW Air India – Part 2

 In yesterday’s part one of this article, we covered the soon to be fully merged Air India’s new route network. Let’s have a look at the airline’s system-wide flight number changes from this second and final part of the article. AI 001 – 009 will operate on VIP flights as usual while AI 010-099 will […]

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All About the NEW Air India – Part 1

 Air India will finally start operating under a single AOC on February 12, completing the merger of Air India, Indian and Alliance Air. What is the shape of new AI’s network ? Which routes will it operate ? We’re here to find out. IATA : AI ICAO : AIC Largest hubs : Delhi, Mumbai  The […]

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Analysis: Jet Airways to expand aggressively on long haul, and what will become of BRU hub

Jet Airways has announced its plans to aggressively expand internationally, and launch new routes to Paris, Seoul, Taipei and Tokyo – while resuming its Mumbai – Shanghai service.   While none of these flights are yet loaded on GDS, considering this takes place as planned, this paves way for some interesting conclusions. The airline is currently […]

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