Articles Tagged ‘IndiGo’
All aboard the Kerala Express to Cochin International Airport! With new routes being added all the time, including IndiGo’s four weekly A320 service from Chennai which started on 30 May, and Q1 growth of 9%, 2013 is going like a steam train for the Indian airport. anna.aero investigates its express route to growth.
IndiGo inaugurates four-weekly flights from Chennai Airport to Kochi Airport; adds daily services from Mumbai Airport to Jammu Airport.
India’s fifth busiest facility, Kolkata Airport has grown at an average rate of 12% since 2006, powered largely by the growth of the domestic segment. But with international capacity up 45% this April, it is rapidly becoming the next driver of growth.
IndiGo adds daily flights from Chennai to Singapore and from Thiruvananthapuram to Dubai.
IndiGo adds services from Bangalore to Agartala via Guwahati in the Indian Tripura.
India’s airports report first drop in international traffic since March 2009; Kingfisher’s domestic share just 3% in August
India’s airports saw passenger numbers fall by 6.3% in July, but which airline has been growing its domestic market share most this year? Which airports have seen the biggest changes in international traffic, and which carriers have the highest domestic load factors?
anna.aero presents at World Low Cost Airline Congress; network stability of 31 worldwide LCCs analysed
On Monday anna.aero was ‘live’ at the World Low Cost Airline Congress in London, presenting detailed analysis of the network stability of 31 of the world’s leading LCCs. Download the presentation for free and also the bonus Excel file with a summary of all the data for all the airlines.
IndiGo, the Indian low-cost airline, starts flying the new domestic route from Mumbai to Chandigarh.
IndiGo continues expanding its low-cost network between India and Dubai International Airport in the United Aran Emirates.
IndiGo now flies from Hyderabad in southern India with its low-cost airline configuration A320 aircraft to Dubai.
Kingfisher’s share of Indian market falls to just 5.4% in April; Delhi airport traffic up almost 20% to almost 36 million
Kingfisher’s domestic decline continued once more in April with the once market-leading airline now having just over 5% of the domestic market. Which are the top 15 airports in India in the last 12 months and which European country has a similar sized aviation market?
Kingfisher goes from first to last in Indian market in just seven months; Jet Airways, IndiGo and Spicejet benefit
Latest statistics from India confirm that Kingfisher is now the smallest of the country’s seven airlines operating domestically. But which carriers have gained most from Kingfisher’s downsizing? And which carriers have the best and worst load factors this year? Which airports are driving the growth in international traffic?