Articles Tagged ‘BLR’

GoAir, India’s fifth largest airline, continues generic growth rather than adding new routes; Delhi #1 airport and no international flights ‒ yet

GoAir, India’s fifth largest airline, continues generic growth rather than adding new routes; Delhi #1 airport and no international flights ‒ yet

The last route launches we can find in the anna.aero New Route Database for GoAir were way back in November 2014, and with none planned. Despite that fact, the LCC is flying smart and is expected to grow its ASKs by 11% this year. anna.aero investigates India’s fifth largest carrier.

Pune Airport pushes past five million barrier; IndiGo retains its #1 spot with impressive 17% annual growth

Pune Airport pushes past five million barrier; IndiGo retains its #1 spot with impressive 17% annual growth

Pune Airport has had a great 2015, not only has it broken through the five million barrier for the first time, but it has become India’s ninth largest airport, jumping ahead of Goa, courtesy of its 29% annual growth. anna.aero inspects the growing carriers and biggest routes at this Indian hot spot.

IndiGo adds to Bengaluru base

IndiGo adds to Bengaluru base

IndiGo connects Bengaluru to Patna and Ranchi with daily flights.


Ahmedabad Airport traffic up 31% since 2012; now connected to Europe with Air India’s London Heathrow service

Ahmedabad Airport traffic up 31% since 2012; now connected to Europe with Air India’s London Heathrow service

In the last month of 2015, Air India commenced services from Ahmedabad to London Heathrow via its existing Mumbai service, meaning that the Indian facility is now connected to Europe. As well as welcoming new markets, the airport also welcomed 31% more passengers in 2015 when compared to 2012. anna.aero takes a closer look to […]

Delhi shows off its winners certificate for Shandong Airlines FTWA

Delhi shows off its winners certificate for Shandong Airlines FTWA

The firefighters at Delhi Airport now have not one but two Arch of Triumph certificates on the station walls, both won in 2015 – and happy they are about it too. Find out which one of 11 global airports has won one of the last Arch of Triumph titles of 2015.

Air Pegasus and TruJet latest carriers to launch domestic operations in India; domestic growth fastest since 2011; IndiGo heads for 100 planes

Air Pegasus and TruJet latest carriers to launch domestic operations in India; domestic growth fastest since 2011; IndiGo heads for 100 planes

India’s domestic market has seen the number of airlines grow from six in 2013 to 11 at the end of 2015. We reveal how the newcomers are performing and how quickly the market overall is growing. Plus a round-up of new international services.


Kuwait Airways adds two new routes

Kuwait Airways adds two new routes

Kuwait Airways begins operations to two new points in India – Ahmedabad and Bengaluru

Double celebrations from two Arch of Triumph winners

Double celebrations from two Arch of Triumph winners

It’s a busy week – not only do we have pictures of Arch of Triumph winning airports from far-flung places like Suriname and Australia, but we have 10 FTWA entries from nine different countries. You may need to ‘calm down, calm down’ when you find out this week’s winner.

Thai AirAsia starts second Indian route

Thai AirAsia starts second Indian route

Thai AirAsia now links Bangkok Don Mueang with Bengaluru in India with five weekly flights.


Nepal Airlines returns to Bengaluru and Mumbai

Nepal Airlines returns to Bengaluru and Mumbai

Nepal Airlines resumes service from Kathmandu to Bengaluru and Mumbai

Vietnam in Asian ANNIES fast-growing airport win double; Spring Airlines surprises in airline awards

Vietnam in Asian ANNIES fast-growing airport win double; Spring Airlines surprises in airline awards

Just like in 80s mega movie Top Gun ‒ “there’s no points for second place” – there are also no certificates for the runners-up in the 2015 Asian ANNIES. However, there will be certificates for the eight airport and six airline winners of this year’s competition. Find out who made Top Gun this time around.

Qatar Airways turning purple to get IndiGo stake; or will it have to settle for SpiceJet instead?

Qatar Airways turning purple to get IndiGo stake; or will it have to settle for SpiceJet instead?

Qatar Airways has been flirting with IndiGo, over it acquiring a stake in the LCC, while also declaring that it is not interested in a similar deal involving SpiceJet. Despite India’s biggest airline suggesting that any such talks were ‘completely baseless’, anna.aero’s data elves take a spin through the statistics behind this spicy love triangle.