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Old May 16th, 2017, 11:37 PM   #13821
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indian_Americans

Charlotte probably has less than 3500 Indians (and hence not on the list)....surprising!
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Old May 17th, 2017, 04:30 AM   #13822
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Charlotte probably has less than 3500 Indians (and hence not on the list)....surprising!
Thank you.
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Old May 17th, 2017, 05:02 PM   #13823
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Passengers unhappy over lopsided proposals in no fly list

Passengers unhappy over 'lopsided' proposals in no-fly list

NEW DELHI: Air travellers have voiced concerns over what they call lopsided measures in the no-fly list for unruly passengers and demanded airlines should also be held equally accountable for misbehaviour of their crew.

The Ministry of Civil Aviation earlier this month released draft rules on a "national no-fly list" for unruly passengers for all domestic carriers.

It proposes a flying-ban for a minimum period of three months and a maximum duration which can extend indefinitely.

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The draft has been placed in the public domain for 30 days inviting comments and feedback from stakeholders. The government will come out with final amendments by June 30.

"There have been a lot of feedback and concern from the public that while there are penal actions recommended against unruly passengers, how will misbehaviour on the part of airlines be dealt with," said a senior ministry official.

The draft was released on May 5 and comments have been invited until June 4. The ministry has so far received 25 responses from various stakeholders.

The official said the government's intention is to have a balance, but added that those who gave feedback felt the draft rules were "tilted towards airlines".

The proposed no-fly list will compile data on

'disruptive' passengers from all airlines. In case an airline imposes a fly-ban on a passenger, other airlines can independently decide whether to allow him or her.

The government has recommended three levels of unruly behaviours- each entailing a corresponding duration for flying ban.

The first level of misdemeanor, which includes verbal harassment or physical gesture, carries a flying ban of three months. The second level comprises physically abusive behaviour and will carry a ban of six months.

The third category consists of life-threatening behaviour such as damage to aircraft operating system, murderous assault and attempted breach of flight crew compartment and will carry a flying ban of two years or more without limit.

A passenger can challenge the ban before an appeals committee which is to be constituted by the ministry of civil aviation.

The demand for a 'no-fly' list was made by several airlines after Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad assaulted an Air India staffer in March.

http://www.newindianexpress.com/busi...t-1605886.html
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Old May 18th, 2017, 12:26 AM   #13824
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Charlotte probably has less than 3500 Indians (and hence not on the list)....surprising!
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Chairman said its either dallas or houston.
Dallas flight is not confirmed either .
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Old May 18th, 2017, 12:36 AM   #13825
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Hope our Indian airlines do away with the obsession on India-US market (which is anyway low-yield predominately) and start building the medium haul segments, atleast now.

It is clear that India-US volume is driven by H1B and the volumes will be down to early 90s level in next 5 years. The business links between the 2 countries are otherwise limited as London, Singapore Dubai and HK control Indian region for global businesses and and a few flights would suffice that limited demand.

Links to Africa, SE Asia and Far east, which have high growth prospects have no takers in India. Even African Airlines have realized the opportunity.
They cannot ignore India - USA market.

In the last 10 years, approximately 5 Lac Indians went to USA on H1-B. 60% are from South India i.e. 3 Lac people. Imagine the number of people travel i.e. family (parents, spouse, kids) of H-1 people as well as other IT people on short term business trips. It is a huge number i.e. about 10 Lac per year approximately.

Most of this traffic is grabbed by UAE airlines as there is not much increase in European carriers in South India to USA sectors in the last 10 years. In fact Chennai lost KLM service to Amsterdam, Air France to Paris, Jet Airways to Brussels but got new service MAA-HKG-USA route.

Govt should think and frame policies on how to make these people use Indian carriers especially LCCs (at least in India to UAE sectors and onward to USA in UAE airlines) to get our share of pie.
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Old May 18th, 2017, 02:27 PM   #13826
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Domestic Air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April

Domestic air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April
NEW DELHI: Domestic air passengers during the month of April grew by 15.15 per cent with Indian carriers carrying 9.1 million, shows passenger data shared by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

The domestic passenger growth during the first four months of 2017 over 2016 is in the range of 17.7 per cent.

The month saw various national carriers in the country register lower load factors. SpiceJet flew its planes with 93.4 per cent of its seats full, which was highest in the country. Air Asia followed SpiceJet closely by flying its planes with 90.1 per cent seats full. IndiGo, India’s largest carrier in terms of market share, flew planes with 86.9 per cent of its seats full.

India's passenger growth, which was highest in the world till a couple of months back, has slowed down to under 20 per cent.

Travel analysts say that the growth is driven by a mix of business as well as leisure travellers. “The April DGCA report shows a strong growth momentum during Jan-April 2017 period. The growth on a much higher base reflects the buoyancy in the aviation sector and is driven by a mix of increased business as well as leisure travel. The airlines have responded to this by increasing number of flights to existing sectors, expanding to new routes and offering lower fares to tap into advance bookings for the summer vacations,” said Sharat Dhall, COO (B2C) at Yatra.com, an online portal.

Vistara topped the list under the on-time performance category by operating about 87.4 per cent of its flights in time. Spicejet came second by operating 85.4 per cent of its flights on time followed closely by IndiGo, which operated 85.2 per cent of its flights in time.

IndiGo remained the market leader in terms of passenger carriage by flying 41.1 per cent of the total passengers during the month. Jet Airways followed IndiGo in terms of market share by flying 17.6 per cent of the total passengers flown during the month. Air India and SpiceJet flew an equal number of passengers and clocked a market share of 12.9 per cent each.

http://m.economictimes.com/industry/...w/58734760.cms
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Old May 18th, 2017, 04:47 PM   #13827
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25% increase in foreign tourist arrivals in April: Govt - IndiaToday

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The tourism ministry has registered over 25 per cent increase in foreign tourist arrivals in the country in April 2017 over the same period last year.
According to a statement by the ministry, the number of foreign tourist arrivals (FTA) in India in April 2017 was 7.40 lakh as compared to 5.99 lakh tourists in April, 2016 and 5.42 lakh tourists in April, 2015.
"The growth rate in FTAs in April, 2017 is 23.5 per cent compared to 10.7 per cent in April, 2016," the statement said.
Tourists from Bangladesh (23.07 per cent) and USA (10.65 per cent) were among the top such arrivals in the country, followed by Germany (3.28 per cent), Australia (3.15 per cent), Malaysia (2.98 per cent), China (2.95 per cent) and Sri Lanka (2.85 per cent).
The Delhi airport with almost 30 per cent share of FTAs remained the busiest followed by Mumbai airport (15.48 per cent), Haridaspur land check post (12.88 per cent), Chennai airport (6.56 per cent) and Bengaluru airport (5.67 per cent), it said.
The ministry compiles monthly estimates of FTAs, including those with e-tourist visas on the basis of their nationality and port, courtesy the data received from Bureau of Immigration (BOI).
The statement said April 2017 also saw a substantial rise in the number of tourists arriving on e-visas.
"During the month of April, 2017, a total of 1.14 lakh tourists arrived on e-tourist visas as compared to 0.7 lakh tourists during April 2016, registering a growth of 63.4 per cent," it said.
In fact, even during January- April 2017, a total of 5.82 lakh tourists arrived on e-tourist visas as compared to 3.91 lakh during the same period last year, registering a growth of 48.8 per cent, it said.
Most tourists with e-visas used the Delhi airport (48.6 per cent) as their port of arrival, followed by Mumbai airport (20.4 per cent), Dabolim (Goa) airport (7.2 per cent), Bengaluru airport (5.4 per cent), Chennai airport (5.1 per cent) and Kochi airport (3.2 per cent).
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Old May 18th, 2017, 04:48 PM   #13828
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Air India to start Delhi Stockholm direct flight from August 15

Air India to start Delhi-Stockholm direct flight from Aug 15

NEW DELHI:
Air India will launch non-stop flights on Delhi-Stockholm route from August 15. The services will be operated thrice a week — Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays - with each flight roughly having eight-hour duration.

On last Independence Day, AI had launched flight on Ahmedabad-London-New York route.

AI chairman Ashwani Lohani said, "As part of Air India's international route network expansion plans

, we are happy to announce the Delhi-Stockholm direct flight from August 15, 2017. The flight will be operated thrice a week on Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft."

The flight will depart from Delhi at 1400 hrs (IST) and arrive in Stockholm at 1820 hrs (CET). The return flight will leave Stockholm at 2100 hrs (CET)and reach Delhi the next morning.

"This comes at a very positive time in our relations and will continue to strengthen our partnership for the future. We appreciate the importance it will have for our bilateral relations, especially for people-to-people relations, for tourism in both directions, for students and for business and investment," said Ann Linde

, minister for EU affairs and trade, ministry for foreign affairs, Govt of Sweden, who is currently on a two-day visit to India.

Incoming traffic from India to Sweden has grown over the years. In 2016, Sweden had 175,088 bednights (commercial overnight stays) from India as per the statistics from Tillvaxtverket (the Swedish Agency for Economic and Regional Growth) which was 128% up from the bednights registered in 2011.

"For us, India is a market with great potential for Swedish Tourism. During the last five years more and more Indians chose Sweden as their holiday destination. Beautiful nature, unique experiences such as the Northern lights, and its progressive lifestyle makes Sweden an exciting emerging destination for Indian travelers. We look forward to a further growth of the tourism from India to Sweden," said ?Kristina Osund, interim CEO at Visit Sweden.


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Old May 18th, 2017, 07:19 PM   #13829
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Tourist Inflows to India during April, 2017

Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs):

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The number of FTAs in April, 2017 were 7.40 lakh as compared to FTAs of 5.99 lakh in April, 2016 and 5.42 lakh in April, 2015.

 The growth rate in FTAs in April, 2017 over April, 2016 is 23.5% compared to 10.7% in April, 2016 over April, 2015.

 FTAs during the period January- April 2017 were 35.85 lakh with a growth of 15.4%, as compared to the FTAs of 31.08 lakh with a growth of 10.1% in January- April 2016 over January- April 2015.

 The percentage share of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India during April 2017 among the top 15 source countries was highest from Bangladesh (23.07%) followed by USA (10.65%), UK (10.51%), Germany (3.28%), Australia (3.15%), Malaysia (2.98%), China (2.95%), Sri Lanka (2.85%), Russian Fed. (2.78%), Canada (2.43%),France (2.33%), Japan(2.14%), Afghanistan (1.69%), Singapore (1.69%) and Nepal (1.61%).

The percentage share of Foreign Tourist Arrivals (FTAs) in India during April 2017 among the top 15 ports was highest at Delhi Airport (29.20%) followed by Mumbai Airport (15.48%), Haridaspur Land checkpost (12.88%), Chennai Airport (6.56%),Bengaluru Airport (5.67%), Kolkata Airport (5.01%), Cochin Airport (4.06%), Gede Rail Land checkpost (2.89%), Goa Airport (2.86%), Hyderabad Airport (2.60%),Ghojadanga land checkpost (1.69%), Ahmedabad Airport (1.35%), Trivandrum (1.34%), Tiruchirapalli Airport (1.31%) and Amritsar Airport (1.23%),



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During the month of April, 2017 total of 1.14 lakh tourist arrived on e-Tourist Visa as compared to 0.7 lakh during the month of April 2016 registering a growth of 63.4%.

 During January- April 2017, a total of 5.82 lakh tourist arrived on e-Tourist Visa as compared to 3.91 lakh during January-April 2016, registering a growth of 48.8% .

 The percentage shares of top 15 source countries availing e- Tourist Visa facilities during April, 2017 were as follows:
UK (21.6%), USA (10.2%), China (6.1%), Russian Fed (6.1%), France (5.1%),Germany (4.7%), Australia (4.0%), Canada (2.9%), Spain (2.7%), South Africa (2.7%), Korea (Rep.of) (2.6%), Thailand (2.3%), Malaysia (1.7%), Netherlands (1.7%) and Singapore (1.6%).

 The percentage shares of top 15 ports in tourist arrivals on e-Tourist Visa during April, 2017 were as follows:
New Delhi Airport (48.6%), Mumbai Airport (20.4%), Dabolim (Goa) Airport (7.2%),Bengaluru Airport (5.4%), Chennai Airport (5.1%), Kochi Airport (3.2%), Kolkata Airport (2.3%), Amritsar Airport (2.0%),Hyderabad Airport (1.9%), Trivandrum Airport(1.3%), Ahmedabad Airport (1.0%), Tirchy Airport (0.6%) Jaipur Airport (0.5%),Calicut Airport (0.1%)and Pune Airport(0.1%)
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Old May 18th, 2017, 09:11 PM   #13830
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_c...&v=ILyOQsN9ZV0

Chairman said its either dallas or houston.
Dallas flight is not confirmed either .
If they do not use their membership in Star Alliance and collect transit passengers in the US, both the destinations will equally fail... I was only talking from the perspective of their alliance!!
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Old May 19th, 2017, 07:12 AM   #13831
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They cannot ignore India - USA market.

In the last 10 years, approximately 5 Lac Indians went to USA on H1-B. 60% are from South India i.e. 3 Lac people. Imagine the number of people travel i.e. family (parents, spouse, kids) of H-1 people as well as other IT people on short term business trips. It is a huge number i.e. about 10 Lac per year approximately.

Most of this traffic is grabbed by UAE airlines as there is not much increase in European carriers in South India to USA sectors in the last 10 years. In fact Chennai lost KLM service to Amsterdam, Air France to Paris, Jet Airways to Brussels but got new service MAA-HKG-USA route.

Govt should think and frame policies on how to make these people use Indian carriers especially LCCs (at least in India to UAE sectors and onward to USA in UAE airlines) to get our share of pie.
The new reality is very different. The|IT industry worked on an arbitrage till date. There is a paradigm shift in the industry. For European and ME airlines, The India -US traffic is about filling the back seats. As and when the India-US market volume declines, they will reduce the flights gradually. The international strategy of two Indian FSCs revolve around India-US market, which is quite risky, in the rapidly changing market. And they will become nothing if they don't concentrate on other markets.

Let the government first focus on job creation. It really does not matter whether people use tooth paste manufactured by an Indian company or fly Indian airline. It should not run an airline for sure.
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Old May 19th, 2017, 11:36 AM   #13832
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IndiGo to operate 10 new direct flights

Low cost carrier IndiGo on Thursday said it has expanded its network by adding 10 new direct flights to cities with high demand. According to the airline, the additional frequencies are being specifically introduced for the late evening and early morning slots to provide a convenient choice to travellers at affordable fares.

"Effective June 10, 2017, IndiGo will operate the 9th flight between Hyderabad and Chennai, the 3rd flight between Hyderabad and Raipur, the 6th flight between Chennai and Mumbai, the 2nd flight between Hyderabad and Pune, and the 1st flight between Pune and Kochi to strengthen connect between metro cities," the airline said in a statement.

The airline currently operates 934 daily flights connecting 46 destinations with its fleet of 134 Airbus A320 family aircraft.

http://www.business-standard.com/art...1801522_1.html
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Old May 19th, 2017, 01:54 PM   #13833
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Jet Airways to phase out ATR aeroplanes

Full-service carrier Jet Airways has decided to phase out ATR aircraft from its fleet as it leans increasingly on larger planes. Market leader IndiGo has decided to buy 50 aircraft for foraying into regional operations. The ATR-72 is used on short-haul routes. According to Jet's website, the carrier has 15 ATR 72-500s and three ATR 72-600s. Sources say with a larger focus on international routes, the airline felt ATRs didn't fit the scheme of things


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Old May 19th, 2017, 05:17 PM   #13834
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Is there any reason why global airlines like Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways are charging a lot on international connection flights to/from the Indian cities where they operate ?

For Eg: A round trip flight from FrankFurt to any Indian city is offered around more than 60K inr, why this hike in price ?
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Is there any reason why global airlines like Emirates, Etihad Airways and Qatar Airways are charging a lot on international connection flights to/from the Indian cities where they operate ?

For Eg: A round trip flight from FrankFurt to any Indian city is offered around more than 60K inr, why this hike in price ?
You need to mention the dates of travel!! That makes all the difference in the fares....
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You need to mention the dates of travel!! That makes all the difference in the fares....
For the month of September, October
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For the month of September, October
Wait for their sale.....you will have to keep looking everday....Emirates will announce a sale and reduce their fares by 25-30%. Qatar will announce a sale, drop it by 15-20% and then one random day drop it further by another 15-20% without announcing anything!! You can only get these fares by looking everyday!! They will do that for 3 days usually in the middle of the week and then bring it back up again!!
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For European and ME airlines, The India -US traffic is about filling the back seats.
May be true for ME airlines but definitely not true for European airlines. See the people traveling to Europe routes especially from South India. Most of them are Indians traveling to USA. European airlines fill just few back seats with direct passengers.

The India - USA market has another big crowd. Students and their parents. Overall passengers may decline marginally (H1 effect) but it won't come down drastically. That is the reason FSCs like Air India and Jet are investing in them.

With recent Jet's partnership with Delta / KLM / Air France, they will route passengers to USA through their European hubs. Jet's recent announcement to start Europe services from MAA and BLR are just to strengthen it further and gradually reducing USA passengers routed through AUH in Etihad.

It will be interesting to see how Jet will position itself in the long run as now they have two arch rival masters. (Etihad and Delta).
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it will b nice if more direct flights to US from cities like Hyd or Banglore start. all direct flights are curr. only frm Delhi and Mumbai. i cn imagine this being a big boost to techies frm these two cities. connections always comes w/ problems - esp if u hv to wait 5-6 hrs sometimes.
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it will b nice if more direct flights to US from cities like Hyd or Banglore start. all direct flights are curr. only frm Delhi and Mumbai. i cn imagine this being a big boost to techies frm these two cities. connections always comes w/ problems - esp if u hv to wait 5-6 hrs sometimes.
Not being rude, but this matter has been discussed several times, on different threads! Do check them out.
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