Archive for June, 2012

Dragonair to launch Kolkata service

Second destination in India with 4 weekly flights Mainland China. Rakesh Raicar, Regional Sales and Marketing Manager - South Asia, Tom Wright, General Manager - South Asia, Middle East & Africa, Yasser Ahmad, Sales Manager -East India Dragonair Chief Executive Officer Patrick Yeung said: “The...

June 21st, 2012 | Aviation, Default | Read More

Turkish Airlines is a global network carrier, Aykac

The airline boasts of close to 200 destinations on its route network including about 155 international destinations Shayan Mallick TA currently boasts of a network of about 195 destinations including 155 international routes. Its European network alone is spread over more than 80 cities. The airline...

June 21st, 2012 | Aviation, Default | Read More

Jet-lagged Indian carriers

Was Gopinath’s Air Deccan the undoing factor of Indian Aviation? The passenger traffic of 10 million in 1994 barely grew for over the next 10 years, reaching merely 14 million by 2002-03. But the numbers however exploded since, reaching 44 million by 2007-08 and now nearing the 60 million mark....

June 21st, 2012 | Default, Featured | Read More

Did TAAI & TAFI agree to Weekly Payment System?

IATA says YES! The Airline Association has acknowledged that “Airlines (With one exception) and Agents together agreed at a meeting of APJC India to recommend to the Conference that weekly Remittance be phased in from June 2013 after a transitional three-times monthly Remittance period.” APJC India...

June 21st, 2012 | Aviation, Default | Read More

Is AI being made a scapegoat by others as it announces 1% commission from July 16?

After IATA, the global trade body representing the interest of airlines, felt compelled to defer the implementation of WPS to November 1, 2012, in India, a lot of behind-thescene hobnobbing are expected to take place amongst those advocating Weekly Payment Settlement plan. It is rumoured that several...

June 21st, 2012 | Default, Featured | Read More

AI’s domestic operation back to pre-strike level, Singh

International operation to be back on track soon, Hong Kong to resume in first week of July followed by Seoul and Osaka from August 1 Delivery of B787 just round the corner First B787 flight on Mumbai-London route inAugustATF cost significantly higher in India than otherhubsI have requested FM to revert...

June 21st, 2012 | Default, Featured | Read More

IATA fears backlash, including legal, regulatory and agency defaults in India

Implementation of Weekly Payment System is deferred to November 1 Reportedly taking note of the fact that the implementation of Weekly PaymentSystem (WPS) in India has been sub judice (Implementation of Weekly Paymentsystem has been challenged By IATA Agents Association of India in Chennai HighCourt),...

June 21st, 2012 | Default, Featured | Read More
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