About Gaurav Joshi
With a background in publishing and digital media, Gaurav likes to combine his love for aviation with his fondness for storytelling. He's a keen observer of ever-changing aviation trends around the world and particularly in India. Gaurav also keeps a close eye on the fleet development of all major carriers and their subsequent impact on regional and international routes. Based in New Delhi, India.
The airline will start flying this route in October.
Side stick and engine fan blades are among the things reportedly missing from some of Go First's aircraft.
The airline flies to seven Colombian destinations from Florida.
The airline will resume the service on October 5th.
IndiGo alone has more aircraft on order than the current fleet of India.
The carrier operates a fleet of 8 Embraer aircraft to 18 destinations in the country.
The ATC mistakenly guided both aircraft on an active runway at the same time.
The airline has a massive fleet and network expansion plan.
The airline is adjusting its winter schedule to meet rising travel demand.
The Embraer E195-E2 is the largest member of the E-Jet family.
The airline's flight resumption path is still covered in haze.
The plane's landing gear and wing suffered significant damage after landing.
The airline has offered its pilots both short and long-term monetary rewards.
The airline is slated for a massive capacity boost in the coming years.
The airline will serve Tashkent and Almaty from September.
The airline will deploy its Boeing 777-300ER between Delhi and London Heathrow from September.
The partnership between the two airlines has now extended to include Emirates' flights to and from Montréal.
Safety concerns about such operations are keeping airlines from flying over Afghanistan.
The airline is said to be struggling to pay salaries to its employees.