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The value erosion of Jet Airways

Jet Airways has suspended operations as of April 17, 2019.  It was an action that should have been taken much earlier. The debate continues on whether a consortium will successfully bid and re-start the airline or if the government will step-in. While the 16,000+ employees are still hopeful, the fact of the matter is that … The post The value erosion of Jet Airways appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Jet, Jet Airways, Bangalore Aviation, Analysis and Features, Indian Aviation


Emirates and Spicejet announce codeshare agreement

Emirates and SpiceJet have announced a codeshare agreement to allow both the airlines to take advantage of each others network. The airlines have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU), which following regulatory approvals will allow SpiceJet to place its code and offer connections on Emirates vast international network. Emirates will gain access to 51 domestic … The post Emirates and Spicejet announce codeshare agreement appeared... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Emirates, Aviation, SpiceJet, Codeshare


The Moza Slypod is the craziest looking camera slider you ever saw

At NAB 2019, Gudsen announced the new Moza Slypod. It’s a kind of slider/monopod hybrid that looks pretty weird but is also very cool. When we saw it, we were intrigued, so we went to have a chat with them about the Slypod to find out more about how it worked and what it can do. […] The post The Moza Slypod is the craziest looking camera slider you ever saw appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Photography, Slider, Gear, Monopod, Gudsen, NAB 2019, Moza Slypod, Slypod


Grounding Jet Airways is best option for now. Force lenders to act decisively

The saga of Jet Airways has been analysed to death. The situation is turning in to a tale of “could have, should have, would have……..”. In this scenario, we opine the best option, for now, is to ground Jet Airways, and suspend all operations. It is a radical opinion, but do read on. The current … The post Grounding Jet Airways is best option for now. Force lenders to act decisively appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Opinion, Slider, Suspension, Qantas, Aviation, Bangalore, Jet Airways, Analysis and Features, Grounding Jet Airways


Boeing orders and deliveries – March 2019. MAX deliveries fall.

American airframer Boeing has closed out the first quarter by adding 44 orders to its order book for 2019. The orders included 18 777X’s for British Airways, Two 777F’s for DHL, 20 787’s for Lufthansa group and 3 BBJ’s for private customers. In total the manufacturer has reported 95 orders and four cancellations for a … The post Boeing orders and deliveries – March 2019. MAX deliveries fall. appeared first on... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, DHL, Delivery, Orders, Boeing, British Airways, Lufthansa, 787, 737, 737MAX, Orders & Deliveries, 777, 767, 747-8F


Why is the Jet Airways stake sale not receiving any expressions of interest?

The first day of release of the Expression of Interest (EOI) document for the sale of Jet Airways (download here) failed to see any formal response. Inspite of tomorrow being the deadline for submission investor interest has been tepid at best. We feel there are some key reasons for this lack of interest. No certainty … The post Why is the Jet Airways stake sale not receiving any expressions of interest? appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Airline, Bangalore, Jet Airways, SBI, EOI, Analysis and Features, Airline turnaround


The SYRP Genie II is the perfect motorized slider (just give us the full app already)

The SYRP Genie is a motor/wire driven motorized slider. This means that it uses a cable to push it forward. You can choose the length of the cable which makes it virtually endless in length. (You can even use hockey sticks to build a sling-cam) DIYP reviewed the first Genie way back and the next […] The post The SYRP Genie II is the perfect motorized slider (just give us the full app already) appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Reviews, Photography, Slider, Timelapse, Motion Control, Syrp, Motorized Slider, syrp genie II


Airbus orders and deliveries – March 2019. Sales and deliveries gain momentum.

European airframer Airbus has closed out the last month of the quarter with 58 orders. While the figures are much better than the first two months where the company only secured orders for four of it’s the smallest aircraft. Airbus will still close the quarter with a net order deficit of 58 aircraft. The manufacturer … The post Airbus orders and deliveries – March 2019. Sales and deliveries gain momentum. appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Airbus, Delivery, Bangalore, Ana, A380, A320neo, A330, A320, A330neo, A220


TripAdvisor awards Singapore Airlines and Vistara best airlines. Qatar, Emirates, Air New Zealand win best in class.

The Tata-Singapore Airlines joint venture Vistara and its parent, Singapore Airlines have each won the best airline in the third edition of TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice® Awards 2019 for Airlines. Singapore Airlines won the award for best airline in the world, followed by Qatar Airways, and EVA Air of Taiwan. Emirates of Dubai, and Japan Airlines … The post TripAdvisor awards Singapore Airlines and Vistara best airlines. Qatar,... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Awards, Slider, Qatar, Emirates, Dubai, Aviation, Tripadvisor, First Class, Southwest Airlines, Japan Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Business Class, Travellers, Premium Economy, Qatar Airways, EVA Air


List of candidates to lead the Jet Airways turnaround

It is well known the aviation business is competitive, and India is probably the most difficult market to succeed in. While airlines are making handsome profits across the world, almost every Indian airline is facing financial issues. Leading the losses are national carrier Air India and private sector pioneer Jet Airways. Even the low-fare carriers … The post List of candidates to lead the Jet Airways turnaround appeared first on... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Slider, Ceo, Aviation, Turnaround, Japan Airlines, Air India, Jet Airways, Analysis and Features, Masaru Onishi


Analysis: The questions being asked regarding Jet Airways

Fleet – with a majority of the fleet grounded, what is the way forward? The fleet of 119 aircraft is now down to 40. The flying fleet includes eight A330s, nine Boeing777s and twenty three 737s. Luckily the majority of the wide-body fleet (the A330s + B777s) is owned by Jet Airways. Thus it can … The post Analysis: The questions being asked regarding Jet Airways appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Jet, Fleet, Boeing, Jet Airways, 737, Bangalore Aviation, Analysis and Features


Boeing CEO’s message to airlines, passengers and aviation community

The Boeing Company which recently celebrated its centenary is facing one of the greatest threats to its reputation in the wake of two fatal crashes of the workhorse 737 MAX, the world’s best selling passenger jetliner. In the jetliner era, the United States Federal Aviation Administration has grounded the entire fleet of an aircraft three … The post Boeing CEO’s message to airlines, passengers and aviation community appeared... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Video, Slider, Crash, United States, Aviation, Boeing, Federal Aviation Administration, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Dennis Muilenburg, Boeing Company, ET302


Boeing CEO says 737 MAX software fix and training revision in ‘finalisation’

Boeing Chairman, President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg, on Sunday, confirmed that the company was finalising its “development of a previously-announced software update and pilot training revision that will address the MCAS flight control law’s behavior in response to erroneous sensor inputs”. MCAS The Maneuvering Characteristics Augmentation System (MCAS) was developed by Boeing to make the … The post Boeing CEO says 737... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Miscellaneous, Slider, Crash, Aviation, Boeing, Department Of Transportation, Federal Aviation Administration, Ethiopian Airlines, Lion Air, Boeing Commercial Airplanes, Dennis Muilenburg, ET302, Investigation Report


Etihad Airways 2018 results analysis

Etihad Airways recently reported its annual results for 2018. The results highlight the continuing challenges for the airline as it addresses elements of its fleet, network and profitability. These are important for its transformation program.  While there was a 4% increase in passenger yields, the impact on overall revenue was not significant. On the cost … The post Etihad Airways 2018 results analysis appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Analysis, Aviation, Abu Dhabi, Etihad, Bangalore, Etihad Airways, Middle East Airlines, Analysis and Features


Singapore tenth to ground the Boeing 737-8 MAX. India flights unaffected.

The island nation of Singapore has become the tenth in the list to ground the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft, following the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on March 10, 2019. Countries or airlines across the globe are grounding the aircraft as a precautionary measure till a determination can be made. The MAX is … The post Singapore tenth to ground the Boeing 737-8 MAX. India flights unaffected. appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Singapore, Slider, Aviation, Boeing, Singapore Airlines, Federal Aviation Administration, Jet Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, SpiceJet, SilkAir, Max India, 737MAX, Bangalore Aviation, DGCA, Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, ET302


New Charter on rights of air passengers in case of flight cancellations or delays

The Ministers for Civil Aviation, Suresh Prabhu and Jayant Sinha, recently released the “Passenger Charter” which codifies the rights of air passengers when they travel with scheduled commercial airlines in India. The official document can be downloaded and read from here We recommend you read the Charter carefully. It imposes certain demands and places certain … The post New Charter on rights of air passengers in case of... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Miscellaneous, Slider, Aviation, Delays, Cancellations, Jayant Sinha, Civil Aviation Ministry, Suresh Prabhu, Passenger Rights, Passenger Charter


Airbus orders and deliveries – February 2019

European airframer Airbus closed out the second month of 2019 with four orders and 103 cancellations. The orders were for four Airbus A220’s from Pacific Ocean carrier Air Vanuatu. Cancellations in February included 42 A350s of Etihad Airways and 25 A320s of now-bankrupt carrier Germania. The month also featured 23 cancellations for the A380 after … The post Airbus orders and deliveries – February 2019 appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Airbus, Delivery, Orders, Pacific Ocean, A350, Bangalore, Etihad Airways, A320neo, A330, A320, Orders & Deliveries, A321neo, A220, Air Vanuatu Cancellations


SpiceJet continues to leverage the UDAN policy and develop its network

SpiceJet announced the launch of 8 new direct flights to Gwalior in Madhya Pradesh. This city will be connected under the UDAN III scheme. It is the airline’s 11th destination under the regional connectivity scheme (RCS). In doing so, SpiceJet continues building its network strategy of connecting smaller towns and cities while leveraging the government’s … The post SpiceJet continues to leverage the UDAN policy and develop its... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Slider, Aviation, Airlines, SpiceJet, Gwalior, Regional, UDAN, Analysis and Features, Madhya Pradesh This city


Pictures: Aero India 2019 opens with missing man flypast, B-52, A330neo and more

Aero India 2019 opened today at Yelahanka Air Force Station. The show which was inaugurated by the defence minister of India began with a series of flypasts, one of which was a missing man formation to commemorate Wing Commander Sahil Gandhi, the pilot who lost his life in the Surya Kiran crash yesterday. Innugural Flypast … The post Pictures: Aero India 2019 opens with missing man flypast, B-52, A330neo and more appeared first on... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Images, Photos, India, Slider, Military, Aviation, Airbus, Boeing, Rafale, US Air Force, Indian Air Force, Dassault, Hindustan Aeronautics Ltd, Sukhoi, A330, Aero India


Pictures: What to expect flying at Aero India 2019? A preview.

Aero India 2019 is just around the corner and for the last couple of days, the airspace around the air base has been closed with the various display aircraft taking to the skies to practice their routines. (See our Photographer’s guide and check-list to air-shows) What can you expect to see flying at Aero India … The post Pictures: What to expect flying at Aero India 2019? A preview. appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Military, Aviation, Airbus, Rafale, A330, Bangalore Aviation, Aero India, A330neo


Airbus to end A380 program after Emirates order reduction

European airframer has announced the end of its A380 program with the final delivery of the type in 2021. The decision comes after discussions with the aircraft’s biggest customer resulted in them cancelling its 39 orders for the A380 and replacing them with other Airbus twin-jets. Tom Enders, CEO, Airbus “As a result of this … The post Airbus to end A380 program after Emirates order reduction appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Emirates, Aviation, Airbus, Orders, Bangalore, A380, Tom Enders


SpiceJet Q3FY19 results analysis: challenges remain

SpiceJet, reported its third quarter results of the fiscal year 2018-19 (FY19) this Monday. There were mixed views on the performance. While a profit of 55.1 crores is definitely good news, when compared to the same period last year the profit declined by 77%. Performance also cannot be cited as definitive as this came during … The post SpiceJet Q3FY19 results analysis: challenges remain appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Uncategorized, Slider, Analysis, Aviation, SpiceJet, 737, 737MAX, Bangalore Aviation, FY2019


Boeing orders and deliveries – January 2019

American airframer Boeing opened its 2019 order book with an addition of 43 aircraft. The manufacturer booked 28 orders for the 737 family which included nine 737 MAXs for unidentified customers and 19 P-8A Poseidon for the US, UK and Norway. Boeing also booked 18 787 orders with 14 787-9s and four 787-10s for unidentified … The post Boeing orders and deliveries – January 2019 appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Aviation, Delivery, Orders, Boeing, US UK, 787, 737, 737MAX, Bangalore Aviation, 787-9, 777, 787-10, Norway Boeing


Airbus orders and deliveries – January 2019

European airframer Airbus began the year with an order deficit. The airline recorded five cancellations for their smallest A220 aircraft and eight for the largest A380. The A380 cancellation reflected that of Qantas which had been previously announced. Airbus has not disclosed the customer for the cancellation of the A220. However Swiss carrier PrivatAir had … The post Airbus orders and deliveries – January 2019 appeared first on... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Qantas, Aviation, Airbus, Delivery, Orders, A350, A380, A320neo, A330, A320, A321neo, PrivatAir, A319, A220


An overview of India’s commercial aviation fleet and orders – 2019

Indian aviation is on a growth track with the commercial aviation fleet set to double in the next five to eight years. This is reflected in the statistic that for each aircraft flying there are approximately 1.7 aircraft on order. India is poised to become the 3rd largest aviation market by 2030. Highlights of the … The post An overview of India’s commercial aviation fleet and orders – 2019 appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: India, Slider, Analysis, Aircraft, Aviation, Airbus, Fleet, Orders, Boeing, Indigo, Air India, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, 737, A320, Bangalore Aviation


Airbus A380 future uncertain as Emirates considers A350

European airframer Airbus has confirmed talks with Dubai based Emirates airlines over the carriers A380 orders, with reports that the carrier is considering switching its orders to the smaller A350. Emirates is the world’s largest operator of the A380, with 109 aircraft and 53 on order. The carrier extended a lifeline to the struggling program … The post Airbus A380 future uncertain as Emirates considers A350 appeared first on... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Emirates, Dubai, Aviation, Airbus, Orders, A350, A380, 787


The Airbus 380: operations and outlook

The Airbus 380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft, entered commercial service in 2007 with launch customer Singapore Airlines. With a maximum takeoff weight of 575 tonnes (almost eight times the weight of an Airbus A320) and average seating of 575 passengers (800+ in high density configurations) Airbus built the A380 on the premise of slot-constrained … The post The Airbus 380: operations and outlook appeared first on Bangalore... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Analysis, Aircraft, Aviation, Airbus, Fleet, Bangalore, Singapore Airlines, A380, Analysis and Features


Japan Airlines will begin Bangalore flights in 2020

Japan Airlines (JAL) has announced that it will begin direct flights to Bangalore from summer 2020. The flight will be the first direct flight between Bangalore and Japan and will be the second Indian destination for the carrier after Delhi. The airline will operate the flight with one of its Boeing 787-8’s which are equipped … The post Japan Airlines will begin Bangalore flights in 2020 appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Japan, Slider, Tokyo, Aviation, Boeing, Routes, Bangalore, Japan Airlines, Narita, Japan Airlines JAL, Bengaluru International Airport, 787, Routes & Launches, Bangalore Aviation, Japan Air Lines


Indigo Q3FY19 results analysis: the fare wars have just begun

Indigo Airlines reported its third-quarter results this Wednesday. While the results showed an improving trend compared to the last two quarters with a profit figure of 190 crores, overall the results highlight the core challenges in the Indian market. Key numbers fr Indigo’s third-quarter results: Revenue from Operations: 7916 crores Operating cost: 8038 crores EBITDAR: … The post Indigo Q3FY19 results analysis: the fare wars have... >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Analysis, Results, Aviation, Indigo, IndiGo Airlines, Q3, Analysis and Features, FY2019


Emirates is reducing its economy baggage allowance

Over the years, the Big 3 middle eastern carriers (ME3) have been known for the full-service offerings. While most airlines were skimping on baggage and in-flight service, they were offering passengers more baggage, better food, etc. All of which has led to the three airlines expanding and developing a loyal customer base. The last couple … The post Emirates is reducing its economy baggage allowance appeared first on Bangalore Aviation. >>> To read the full story click on the headline above.
Tags: Slider, Emirates, Aviation, Baggage, Bangalore Aviation