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Old December 26th, 2019, 06:46 PM   #10841
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Booking.com reveals trends of 2019


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Fastest growing destinations for travellers travelling to India in 2019 are Rishikesh, Guwahati, Tiruchirappalli, Nedumbassery and Munnar.



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Old December 27th, 2019, 05:29 AM   #10842
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Pass:
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1,11,930(19) 99,334(18) 12.7(%)

Dom:
23,994(19) 23,821(18) 0.7(%)

Tot:
1,35,924(19) 1,23,155(18) 10.4(%)

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597(19) 521(18) 14.6(%)
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Old December 31st, 2019, 02:06 PM   #10843
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Can somebody post the article about domestic passenger data.? I could not do it.
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NO ENMITY WITH ANY ONE..ALL ARE FRIENDS.. WISHING YOU ALL VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 2020..
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Old January 2nd, 2020, 06:20 PM   #10845
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AAI has published the Airport Chart and Apron Docking Chart for TRZ, which wasnt present till now. Also they have updated the Airport data with new Runway dimensions and latest obstructions.

Revised Runway length is 2423 m which is approx. 7950 Ft

https://aim-india.aai.aero/sites/def...S_2019_195.pdf

Existing Data

https://aim-india.aai.aero/eaip-v2-0...%202.1VOTR.pdf
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Old January 7th, 2020, 07:46 PM   #10847
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Now travelling to HYD from TRZ. . Total load -74/74
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Old January 11th, 2020, 03:57 AM   #10848
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Travelling from Maa to TRZ in 6E 7143

Total load -72 observed a group of 12 and 2 (Total 14) Pax travelling from KUL to TRZ via maa. While asked they said Tickets were very expensive to T NJRZ.

Travelled in a Red eye 6E flight starting from BOM at 12.20. It had 183 pax booked and 4 no shows. Anybody here could explain the concept of Over booking ? Still couldn't understand this concept.

There was a 6E flight to TCR departed few minutes before My TRZ flight from the same Gate with a load of 71.
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Travelling from Maa to TRZ in 6E 7143

Total load -72 observed a group of 12 and 2 (Total 14) Pax travelling from KUL to TRZ via maa. While asked they said Tickets were very expensive to T NJRZ.

Travelled in a Red eye 6E flight starting from BOM at 12.20. It had 183 pax booked and 4 no shows. Anybody here could explain the concept of Over booking ? Still couldn't understand this concept.

There was a 6E flight to TCR departed few minutes before My TRZ flight from the same Gate with a load of 71.
Airlines when they knew there might be last minute cancellations and demand for sectors, they would make available additional seats for booking than the aircraft has, so they get more income by means of no shows and cancellations and they dont loose the seat income as well.
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Old January 14th, 2020, 04:55 AM   #10850
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Airlines when they knew there might be last minute cancellations and demand for sectors, they would make available additional seats for booking than the aircraft has, so they get more income by means of no shows and cancellations and they dont loose the seat income as well.
But what if all the people turned up for the flight ?
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Old January 14th, 2020, 11:53 AM   #10851
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But what if all the people turned up for the flight ?
They would be allocated the airlines next flight or re booked in another airline flight in same route. Its an hardship to the passengers. In Europe they have a rule to provide additional amount to the pax who face such situation, dont know if something like that is in India.
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Why Do Airlines Sell More Tickets Than The Aircraft’s Capacity? Harsh Gupta

You’re waiting at the airport for your flight that’s going to take you home. Suddenly, when you’re just about to check in and buy a $15 bagel, you’re stopped. The representatives from the airline tell you that you’ve been ‘bumped’, so they won’t allow you to board the flight because it is at maximum capacity! What could possibly be the reason for you having to miss your scheduled flight, even though you’ve paid for it?

In most cases, you would be compensated for the additional expenses that you might incur, such as a hotel room, or other transportation costs. A seat would then be booked for you on the next available flight. In the end, this might not seem like such a great deal, unless your arrival at the destination isn’t a time-sensitive issue.meme free hotelsHowever, most customers do have to deal with unfair ‘bumping’ scenarios that are frustrating, and especially infuriating when the customer has already paid for the ticket and made plans to arrive at a certain time.

Why does this happen?
The reason for this behavior from the side of the airlines is all about statistics to maximize profits. Although the airlines are sympathetic to the hardships of their customers, you might be surprised to know that most important institutions of our time regularly do this. Essentially, they ‘overbook’ their flights.

Overbooking refers to the practice where businesses and institutions sell, or book, more than their full capacity. They do this just to avoid incurring losses, of both time and money, although one could argue that time is equivalent to money, in most cases. What overbooking implies is that the airline sells 220 tickets, rather than its actual seating capacity of 200 passengers.

Now, after the booking process is complete, a customer that happens to be one of these unlucky 20 passengers is bumped off to the next flight, since there is no way he can board a flight that is already at its maximum capacity. You might wonder, what’s the point of even selling these extra tickets? Apart from the obvious monetary gains for the airline, there is an explanation without which most businesses would receive pitchforks instead of money as their preferred form of payment.

Pitchfork meme
Why do they overbook?
A good business strategy always allows for maximum profit, while also making optimum use of resources. An airline does not know if a customer who has bought a ticket will necessarily board the aircraft. They know that some people simply won’t show up for their appointments (just like at hospitals, hotels, restaurants etc.).


To account for this discrepancy, where the flight would have to fly with some very expensive seats empty, they decide to opt for a more profitable strategy. Assuming that out of the maximum capacity of 200 seats only 185 show up for the flight, this leaves 15 seats available. The airline could try to sell these seats quickly to avoid losses, but this rarely happens. What the airline does instead is try to sell 220 seats in advance. Now, since only 15 passengers haven’t shown up, and 205 have, they only have to deal with 5 disgruntled passengers. The compensation for the missed flights, hotel reservations, and other costs for these 5 passengers is far less than the loss they would’ve had to incur if they let the plane take off with 15 empty seats.Cha-ching Mask meme
One might argue that this strategy isn’t ethically sound, but those arguments disappear when statistics are inspected closely. Almost 50,000 people are bumped every year from flights around the world, whereas roughly 200,000 people fail to show up for their flights. Airlines are VERY aware of this fact.

To avoid losses, airlines have two options. They could either sell fewer tickets after accounting for some ‘no-shows’, or they could sell more tickets, expecting more ‘no-shows’. This is a delicate balance, since they might run into problems if they sell too few and waste seats, or sell too many and pay penalties to the customers.
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Old January 14th, 2020, 07:30 PM   #10853
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Additional Space in Security Hold Area Created at TRZ




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திருச்சிராப்பள்ளி பன்னாட்டு விமானநிலையத்தில் பயணிகளுக்கான மேம்படுத்தப்பட்ட கூடுதல் வசதிகள்.

இங்கு தற்போது பாதுகாப்புச்சோதனை முடித்த பயணிகள், விமானத்தில் ஏறுவதற்கு முந்தைய தங்குமிடத்தில் (Security Hold Area) உட்காருவதற்கான இருக்கைகள் பற்றாக்குறையால் சிரமப்பட்டனர்.
குறிப்பாக இரவில் 10.30 மணியில் இருந்து 1.30க்குள் கோலாலம்பூருக்கு 3 சேவைகளும், சிங்கப்பூருக்கு 2 சேவைகளும், துபய் மற்றும் ஷார்ஜாவிற்கு தலா ஒரு சேவையும் இருப்பதால் பயணிகள் முனையத்தில் கடுமையான நெரிசல் ஏற்படுகிறது.இதைக் கருத்தில் கொண்டு, பயணிகள் அமர்வதற்கு தேவையான இருக்கைகள் வசதிகள் விமானநிலையத்தால் செய்யப்பட்டது.
இதன் பொருட்டு, சுமார் 37 லட்ச ரூபாய் மதிப்பீட்டில், ஏற்கனவே உள்ள 450 இருக்கைகளைவிட கூடுதலாக 120 இருக்கைகள் வசதி செய்யப்பட்டது. இதனை இன்று 11/01/2020, இந்திய விமானநிலையங்கள் ஆணைக்குழுமத்தின் (Airports Authority of India) மண்டல செயல் இயக்குனர் (Regional Executive Director) திரு. சந்திர குமார் அவர்கள் திறந்து வைத்தார்.

பயணிகளுக்கான சேவையில் என்றும் திருச்சிராப்பள்ளி பன்னாட்டு விமானநிலையம்.

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Old January 14th, 2020, 07:40 PM   #10854
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Madras Flying Club all set to take off from Tiruchi



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The 90-year-old Madras Flying Club which has shifted its operation from Chennai International Airport to the Tiruchi International Airport will start enrolling candidates aspiring to become pilots and those interested in aviation related courses in the coming academic year here.

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) at Tiruchi Airport has provided necessary infrastructure to the Madras Flying Club for commencement of classes relating to Pilot Training, Aircraft Maintenance and Cabin Crew Management among others to the chosen candidates.

The prestigious Flying Club which was started in the pre-independence period in 1929 has decided to shift the six aircrafts in its possession from Chennai to Tiruchi airport before the beginning of the current academic year.

Three computer-aided smart classrooms have been set up at the Tiruchi airport to hold regular sessions for the selected candidates for various courses. Having shifted from Chennai to Tiruchi airport in a full-fledged manner, the Madras Flying Club is now all set to enrol students aspiring to become pilots and those interested in aviation-related courses, its honorary secretary Captain Jacob Selvaraj told The Hindu.

The new classrooms of the Flying Club were recently inaugurated by the Tiruchi Airport Director K. Gunasekaran in the presence of Mr. Jacob Selvaraj and others.

The Flying Club has planned to have a tie-up with a foreign aviation organisation soon to further enhance the quality of training imparted to the candidates, said Mr. Jacob Selvaraj.

The theoretical and practical sessions for the selected candidates admitted for diploma and degree courses besides those seeking Commercial Pilot licence would be held at the Tiruchi airport.

The Flying Club has a team of dedicated and highly qualified faculty members who would be moving to Tiruchi to conduct classes for the students, said Mr. Jacob Selvaraj.

The Flying Club which is registered under the Tamil Nadu Societies Registration Act, 1975 is recognised by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, New Delhi.

The shifting of the Flying Club to Tiruchi would augur well for candidates especially those hailing from down south of Tamil Nadu as Tiruchi was centrally located. In its chequered history, the Flying Club has produced over 1,000 pilots who were successfully commandeering various international and domestic flights, says Mr. Selvaraj.

The Tamil Nadu government has been extending full support to the Flying Club, Mr. Selvaraj said adding that it had allotted two acres of its land adjoining the Tiruchi airport to the club to enable it to set up comprehensive infrastructure and other facilities for its-day-to-day operations in future.
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Old January 16th, 2020, 05:51 PM   #10856
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BLR-TRZ - 2283/3330 - 68.56%
TRZ-BLR - 2471/3330 - 74.20%

HYD-TRZ - 1639/2220 - 73.83%
TRZ-HYD - 1756/2220 - 79.10%

MAA-TRZ - 7965/10420 - 76.44%
TRZ-MAA - 7986/10420 - 76.64%

considered Alliance operated on all days till Nov 22nd, so MAA loads might be further higher. With two services for half a month BLR did very good. Loads came down from 90s to 70s. But December month it might be higher along with HYD as well.
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Effective 16th Jan Malindo has suspended their morning schedule and starting back May 1st. So now TRZ has 4 flights to SIN and 4 to KUL.
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Effective 16th Jan Malindo has suspended their morning schedule and starting back May 1st. So now TRZ has 4 flights to SIN and 4 to KUL.
Is it due to relationship between India and Malaysia due to recent incidents?
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Why Do Airlines Sell More Tickets Than The Aircraft’s Capacity? Harsh Gupta

You’re waiting at the airport for your flight that’s going to take you home. Suddenly, when you’re just about to check in and buy a $15 bagel, you’re stopped. The representatives from the airline tell you that you’ve been ‘bumped’, so they won’t allow you to board the flight because it is at maximum capacity! What could possibly be the reason for you having to miss your scheduled flight, even though you’ve paid for it?

In most cases, you would be compensated for the additional expenses that you might incur, such as a hotel room, or other transportation costs. A seat would then be booked for you on the next available flight. In the end, this might not seem like such a great deal, unless your arrival at the destination isn’t a time-sensitive issue.meme free hotelsHowever, most customers do have to deal with unfair ‘bumping’ scenarios that are frustrating, and especially infuriating when the customer has already paid for the ticket and made plans to arrive at a certain time.

Why does this happen?
The reason for this behavior from the side of the airlines is all about statistics to maximize profits. Although the airlines are sympathetic to the hardships of their customers, you might be surprised to know that most important institutions of our time regularly do this. Essentially, they ‘overbook’ their flights.

Overbooking refers to the practice where businesses and institutions sell, or book, more than their full capacity. They do this just to avoid incurring losses, of both time and money, although one could argue that time is equivalent to money, in most cases. What overbooking implies is that the airline sells 220 tickets, rather than its actual seating capacity of 200 passengers.

Now, after the booking process is complete, a customer that happens to be one of these unlucky 20 passengers is bumped off to the next flight, since there is no way he can board a flight that is already at its maximum capacity. You might wonder, what’s the point of even selling these extra tickets? Apart from the obvious monetary gains for the airline, there is an explanation without which most businesses would receive pitchforks instead of money as their preferred form of payment.

Pitchfork meme
Why do they overbook?
A good business strategy always allows for maximum profit, while also making optimum use of resources. An airline does not know if a customer who has bought a ticket will necessarily board the aircraft. They know that some people simply won’t show up for their appointments (just like at hospitals, hotels, restaurants etc.).


To account for this discrepancy, where the flight would have to fly with some very expensive seats empty, they decide to opt for a more profitable strategy. Assuming that out of the maximum capacity of 200 seats only 185 show up for the flight, this leaves 15 seats available. The airline could try to sell these seats quickly to avoid losses, but this rarely happens. What the airline does instead is try to sell 220 seats in advance. Now, since only 15 passengers haven’t shown up, and 205 have, they only have to deal with 5 disgruntled passengers. The compensation for the missed flights, hotel reservations, and other costs for these 5 passengers is far less than the loss they would’ve had to incur if they let the plane take off with 15 empty seats.Cha-ching Mask meme
One might argue that this strategy isn’t ethically sound, but those arguments disappear when statistics are inspected closely. Almost 50,000 people are bumped every year from flights around the world, whereas roughly 200,000 people fail to show up for their flights. Airlines are VERY aware of this fact.

To avoid losses, airlines have two options. They could either sell fewer tickets after accounting for some ‘no-shows’, or they could sell more tickets, expecting more ‘no-shows’. This is a delicate balance, since they might run into problems if they sell too few and waste seats, or sell too many and pay penalties to the customers.
My own xperience (2011) with Emirates DXB-MAA, 2145 , they wanted almost 10 to15 passenger standing in Q to opt for 0245 hrs flight to chennai instead of 2145 flight( that means layover of 5 hrs )
Initially I argued I have confirmed electronic ticket then ,how come you won't allow me to board in.
Later they offer , FREE Return ticket DXB- MAA- DXB , can be used any time within one year.( To inform 10 days in adv , prior to the date of actual journey).

PLUS

FOOD COUPEN FOR AED 150/200+ Shopping voucher etc dont rem exactly, used in INTERNATION TRANSIT .
Since ftime wasn't much of concern then , I agreed .
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