Mumbai: Go Airlines (India) Ltd said on Thursday it will add six new flights across three new routes from October 8 and will induct three Airbus A320 aircraft between October and April next year.
The addition of new routes across Kolkata, Ranchi and Port Blair will increase GoAir's network to 21 destinations across India, with 588 weekly flights, the privately held firm said in a statement.
The Indian airline is in the midst of an ambitious expansion programme. In June it placed an order worth $ 7.2 billion with Airbus to meet rising demand for air travel in Asia's third largest economy.
To meet local demand, no frills carriers like GoAir, IndiGo and SpiceJet are busy expanding regional operations....more
02:33 PM, Sep 29, 2011
Le Bourget: European jet maker Airbus SAS took in orders and commitments for 142 aircraft worth $15 billion at list prices on the first day of the Paris Air Show, the company said on Monday. Of note were firm orders for 90 of its A320neo, a version of the workhorse jet that's been revamped to make it more fuel efficient. GE Capital Aviation Services and Sweden's SAS AB in combination...
09:24 PM, Jun 20, 2011