Lending more teeth to air-connectivity between India and South Korea, one of the two major airlines of South Korea, Asiana Airlines has recently announced the expansion of its non-stop Incheon (Seoul) to New Delhi service from current three to five flights per week. The announcement indicates growing bilateral traffic between two countries. Both the nations already share robust commercial ties with substantial investments by a number of Korean companies in India. The additional flight will begin on Jul 3, 2016. Currently, the airline is operating Airbus 300-330 with configuration of business class 30 seats and travel class 260 seats. In an official statement released by the airlines, it has sighted growing numbers of, both, leisure and corporate travelers for this decision.
Mumbai based VIDEC releases its Safe Travel Barometer; LH is the safest with Vistara in second position.
- DI Bureau
- August 28, 2020
Lufthansa rated the best among 150+ airlines evaluated worldwide by Safe Travel Barometer Safe Travel […]
CAPA study recommends earliest intervention to ensure airline sector sustainability.
- DI Bureau
- August 25, 2020
CAPA has come out with yet another alarm, saying that both industry and government need […]
Consolidation inevitable; the aviation industry must assess strategic pivots to new business model
- S S Thakur
- July 12, 2020
The COVID-19 pandemic and the ensuing disruption has wrecked sectors across the spectrum. The aviation […]