Boeing 787 Air India to Serve Delhi - Amritsar

Boeing 787 Air India will serve for domestic route Delhi-Amritsar start from Augustus 1, 2013, where 8 of 21 weekly service

Amritsar is a city in the north-western part of India. It is the spiritual centre for the Sikh religion and the administrative headquarters of the Amritsar district in the state of Punjab, 465 Km from Delhi.

Scheduled as follows:
Service Flight Number Departs Arrives
Delhi-Amritsar AI461 08:05 09:15
Delhi-Amritsar AI114 12:05 13:15
Amritsar-Delhi AI113 10:30 11:45
Amritsar-Delhi AI462 14:15 15:25
All times are local.

Jet Airways Increase Flight Services India-Singapore

Jet Airways, India, will increase frequency flights between India and Singapore two daily flights from Chennai. This additional flight will be effective from August 1, 2013, complete the evening flight which has been operating at this time.

The second flight will be operated during daytime serve by Boeing 737-800, provide convenient connectivity for passengers who will continue the trip to Australia and New Zealand after arriving in Singapore.

The new service departs from Chennai at 12.00 local time and arrive in Singapore at 18:50 local time. On the flight home, the plane departed from Singapore at 20.20 local time and arrive again at Chennai at 22:15 local time.

Jet Airways currently operates flights New Delhi-Singapore, Mumbai-Singapore, and Chennai-Singapore.

AirAsia India Start Operates End 2013

Malaysian LCC airline, AirAsia, hoping its subsidiary in India will be operates on this year using three Airbus A320s.

"We haven't get NOC (No Objection Certificate) from the ministry in India. Initially we are targeting could be operating on September. Now we expect to be operational on the end of the year, " Chief Executive Officer AirAsia Group, Tony Fernandes said.

AirAsia holds 49% stake in AirAsia India, 30% Tata Sons and 21% Telestra Tradeplace.

According to Tony Fernandes, AirAsia India will start its operations with three Airbus A320s aircraft and will be add one more on each month. These planes will perform between six to eight flights a day with a time lag between one flight to the next flight is limited to 25 minutes.

AirAsia India is a low-cost carrier offering low prices. But passengers can get more facilities, such as food, beverages, baggage, insurance, hotels, etc. with a separate price of the ticket price.

After 16 years, Air India resume direct flights to Australia

Air India, come back serve direct flights to Australia after a 16-year absence. This route will operated by its Boeing 787-8 Air India and will become the first 787 operator in Australia.

The carrier is launching a triangulated route will operate four days a week Delhi-Sydney-Melbourne, with the remaining three days operating Delhi-Melbourne-Sydney.
Air India, resume direct flights to Australia will starting on August 29.

The airline’s announcement, which was made at the recent annual Routes Asia conference, turns around the lack of direct flights after Qantas abandoned the route in May 2012.