Articles tagged “aviation”

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New Planes Every Week For a Decade: IndiGo CEO Eyes Global Growth

Already India’s largest airline, IndiGo is gearing up for even greater success. CEO Pieter Elbers tells Skift how he plans to do it.

New Planes Every Week For a Decade: IndiGo CEO Eyes Global Growth

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Airbnb to Boost Host Capacity and Highlight Offbeat Destinations in Uttarakhand: India Report

By building a host network in less-explored regions, Airbnb would be contributing to responsible tourism development, and also diversify its offerings in India — a priority market for the company.

Airbnb to Boost Host Capacity and Highlight Offbeat Destinations in Uttarakhand: India Report

Airlines

Finnair Appoints New CEO, Topi Manner Leaving Airline on Monday

The incoming chief executive inherits a company which has had its business model uprooted by the Russian airspace closure.

Finnair Appoints New CEO, Topi Manner Leaving Airline on Monday

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FAA Pauses Boeing 737 Max 9 Inspections, Unclear When Planes Can Return to Service 

Given the further delay in inspections of the Boeing 737 Max 9, it’s increasingly unlikely that the aircraft will be able to return to service mid-week.

FAA Pauses Boeing 737 Max 9 Inspections, Unclear When Planes Can Return to Service 

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Weddings and Sporting Events Fuel Growth in Aviation and Hospitality: India Report

The aviation and hospitality sector's growth, coupled with workforce expansion, is a sign of India’s recovering economy post-pandemic.

Weddings and Sporting Events Fuel Growth in Aviation and Hospitality: India Report

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Qatar Airways Launches Direct Flights to Saudi’s Neom

Even though it's not fully built, Qatar will be flying travelers to Neom, a Saudi giga-project that needs as many staffers as it can get.

Qatar Airways Launches Direct Flights to Saudi’s Neom
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Skift Aviation Forum Attendees Share Insights on 4 Key Challenges

What key issues is the airline industry grappling with as we enter the next phase of travel? We surveyed experts across aviation and airlines during this year’s Skift Aviation Forum to gain insight into their unique perspectives on what the future holds for the industry.

Skift Aviation Forum Attendees Share Insights on 4 Key Challenges

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EgyptAir Kicks Off With Dubai Airshow Day 2 With Widebody Order To Airbus

EgyptAir, the flag carrier of Egypt, orders seventh aircraft type to its under hundred aircraft fleet. EgyptAir will make the A350-900 its flagship aircraft when it joins the fleet.

EgyptAir Kicks Off With Dubai Airshow Day 2 With Widebody Order To Airbus

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SunExpress Kicks Off Dubai Airshow With A Commitment For Up To 90 737 MAX Aircraft

The first announcements for the Dubai Airshow come from leisure carrier SunExpress, who is ordering 45 737 MAX aircraft with an intention to order up to 45 more later.

SunExpress Kicks Off Dubai Airshow With A Commitment For Up To 90 737 MAX Aircraft

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IDEAS: Emirates Launches Sustainable Luggage Collection Crafted Using Upcycled Aircraft Interiors

Emirates has launched a limited edition collection of luggage, bags and accessories created by using upcycled materials from retrofitted aircraft. ‘Aircrafted by Emirates’ consists of a range of made to order suitcases, backpacks, handbags, cardholders, toiletry bags and belts that have been created using old aluminum headrests, leather and seatbelts collected during the retrofit of…