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PostPosted: Tue Jun 18, 2019 9:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Air India retires its unique 10-wheel A320 Classic fleet

18 June 2019

Air India has retired the A320 Classic with India-specific ‘bogey’ wheels.

Like AI’s earlier half-man, half-horse centaur mascot, the aircraft made for a strange sight. The national carrier was the world’s only airline to operate the narrow body, single-aisle jets retrofitted with a heavy set of rear wheels — more common on wide-bodied aircraft — to combat short, illmaintained runways, especially in smaller cities.

The last operational A320-321 Classic with AI (VT-ESL) operated its last flight from Delhi to Mumbai on Sunday, ending an era that began in the late 1980s with the debut of flyby-wire planes. The jet had flown 61,600 hours and completed 38,000 landings. Indian Airlines, as the domestic branch of AI was then known as, had a fleet of 31 A320 Classics with bogey wheels.

The traditional wheel assembly was two nose wheels and four undercarriage ones.AI chose an eight-wheel ‘bogey’ undercarriage. “Indian Airlines (then) had planned to land these aircraft on short, poorly maintained runways in smaller towns in the north and Northeast and so we went for the extra wheels, said a senior AI official.

“The bogey wheels, with its two sets of four-wheel assembly, distributed the weight of the aircraft over a larger surface area to lower the impact on the runway during touchdown,” explained Capt Mohan Ranganathan, an air safety expert who had worked with Indian Airlines.

Before the A320-321 debuted, aircraft of the 80s had conventional mechanical flight controls. This series brought in planes where man and the machine had a computerised interface. “Airbus had sold the A320 as an aircraft that can never crash. Its computer had so many protective systems that even a rookie pilot could fly it safely, they had claimed,” said Capt Ranganathan.

But only a year after induction, on 14 February, 1990, an A320-231 (VT-EPN) crashed in Bangalore during landing, killing 92 of the 146 onboard. “There was utter disbelief. In March, then civil aviation minister Arif Mohammed Khan ordered the grounding of the 14 A320 aircraft. Over a year later, they came back to play a starring role in the 1990 airlift of Indians from Kuwait,” said the AI official.

The airline is retiring the planes, but not getting rid of them. “We loved this aircraft with its unique bogey wheels. Even in its retirement, it will be maintained for on-job training,” said an AI senior engineer. The last ‘bogey wheel’ plane will be kept in the Mumbai hangar. “It will be used to provide on-job training on ‘live aircraft’ to our own and third-party engineers,” said the official, adding that bases in Hyderabad, Thiruvananthapuram, too, have an A320 Classic each for training.

The unusual plane was loved by aviation enthusiasts, but pilots hated its poor weather radar and other age-related maladies. “Because of the bogey wheels, the aircraft was a fuel guzzler,” said a pilot who had flown the aircraft.

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PostPosted: Thu Jun 20, 2019 8:46 am    Post subject: AI CCU DXB Reply with quote

Looks like Air India are starting non-stop flights from Kolkata to Dubai

AI917 CCU DXB 1450 1855 A20N Su/Tu/Th/Fr
AI918 DXB CCU 1855 0100+1 A20N Th/Sa
AI918 DXB CCU 2010 0215+1 A20N Mo/We

Might be wrong, I just looked it up on Google Flights for a week in August, so some changes are possible.

This rotation is aligned with the newly launched IDR-DXB-IDR flights.
AI918 starts on July 15
AI917 starts on July 16

Thanks to Abhijeeth for the tip!
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PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2019 9:23 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

The AI expansion continues..

From Airlineroute:

Air India expands Delhi – Colombo service from July 2019

Air India from July 2019 is expanding Delhi – Colombo flights, with the new 2nd daily service scheduled from 15JUL19. Operated by A320, the new flight will operate overnight hours. Reservation for AI283/284 service opened earlier this month.

AI281 DEL1230 – 1605CMB 321 x3
AI281 DEL1340 – 1720CMB 321 3
AI283 DEL2225 – 0200+1CMB 320 D

AI284 CMB0300 – 0610DEL 320 D
AI282 CMB0820 – 1150DEL 321 D

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Air India Express is gearing for its own international growth. The CEO of Air India's low-cost subsidiary, K Shyam Sundar, told The Times of India this past weekend that its board had recently approved a proposal to induct 11 more aircraft on a dry-lease basis given stronger than expected demand.

"The matter has been referred to the (aviation) ministry for government clearance in view of the prevailing circumstances (hinting at the proposed divestment)," he said.

"We have already drawn up a viable plan of operations for the proposed fleet expansion. There has been tremendous growth in AI Express’ load factor and revenues in the current fiscal. At the current rate, the airline’s turnover should go well past INR50 billion (USD719 million) in FY 19-20 against budgeted figure of INR47 billion (USD675.9 million). Revenue in FY 2018-19 was just a little over INR42 billion (USD604 million),” he added.


https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/79186-air-india-gears-up-for-africa-return-express-eyes-more-jets
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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2019 9:49 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Air India further expands Dubai network from July 2019

Air India from mid-July 2019 further expands service to Dubai, with the addition of 2 new routes, including service from Indore and Kolkata.
Planned schedule as follows.

Indore – Dubai
eff 15JUL19 3 weekly A321
AI903 IDR1535 – 1755DXB 32B 6
AI903 IDR1640 – 1910DXB 32B 13

AI904 DXB1955 – 0030+1IDR 32B 257


Kolkata – Dubai
eff 15JUL19 4 weekly A321
AI917 CCU1450 – 1855DXB 32B x136
AI918 DXB1855 – 0100+1CCU 32B 6
AI918 DXB1955 – 0200+1CCU 32B 4
AI918 DXB2010 – 0215+1CCU 32B 13


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 25, 2019 8:43 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Air India resumes Toronto service from late-Sep 2019

Air India from late-September 2019 plans to resume service to Canada, as the airline opened reservation for Delhi – Toronto route on Monday 24JUN19.
From 27SEP19, Boeing 777-300ER aircraft will operate this route 3 times a week.
The Star Alliance carrier previously operated this route until June 2012.

Operational schedule currently listed until 26OCT19, the end of summer schedule.

AI187 DEL0300 – 0845YYZ 77W 135
AI188 YYZ1145 – 1230+1DEL 77W 135


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PostPosted: Thu Jun 27, 2019 7:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

https://edition.cnn.com/2019/06/27/uk/air-india-bomb-threat-gbr-intl/index.html

Air India flight in emergency landing at London Stansted after bomb threat

June 27, 2019

Air India said one of its planes landed at London Stansted Airport on Thursday following a bomb threat.

The airline said the affected plane, flight AI 191 from the Indian city of Mumbai to Newark Airport in the United States, "made a precautionary landing" in the United Kingdom due to the incident.

Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoon fighter jets scrambled to intercept the plane, and escorted it to the airport.

Several residents in Derby, a city 128 miles north of London, reported hearing a loud bang around 10 a.m. local time (5 a.m. ET), which has since been linked to the sonic boom of the fighter jets.

"The Typhoon aircraft were authorized to transit at supersonic speed for operational reasons; any inconvenience caused to local residents is regretted," a RAF spokesperson told CNN in a statement.

There were conflicting reports on the time the flight was diverted.

Essex Police said the plane was diverted at around 9.50 a.m., while London Stansted Airport said the diversion happened at 10.15 a.m.
"It is parked on an isolated stand away from the normal airport operations," the airport said in a statement posted on Twitter.

The airport said its runway had reopened and was fully operational after the "precautionary landing."

"We are sorry for any disruption caused by the incident and would like to thank you for your patience," the airport said on Twitter.
Air India said it will provide updates on the situation.




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PostPosted: Fri Jun 28, 2019 9:21 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Air India expands flyBe codeshares from late-June 2019

Air India in late-June 2019 expands codeshare partnership with flyBe, covering additional 3 routes from London Heathrow.
Planned new codeshare routes, went into effect approximately on 24JUN19 (or earlier), as follow.

Air India operated by flyBe
London Heathrow – Guernsey
London Heathrow – Isle of Man
London Heathrow – Newquay


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 05, 2019 8:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Air India East Asia network changes from mid-Sep 2019

Air India from mid-September 2019 is re-organizing its network in East Asia, including the cancellation of 5th freedom rights beyond Hong Kong.

Delhi – Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai
eff 17SEP19 3 weekly Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai sector cancelled

Delhi – Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon
eff 18SEP19 4 weekly Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon sector cancelled

Delhi – Hong Kong
eff 18SEP19 7 weekly service remains unchanged, however Hong Kong departure moves to morning hours instead of evening
AI314 DEL2305 – 0650+1HKG 788 135
AI310 DEL2305 – 0650+1HKG 788 x135

AI315 HKG0805 – 1130DEL 788 246
AI317 HKG0805 – 1130DEL 788 x246

Delhi – Seoul Incheon
eff 19SEP19 New 4 weekly non-stop service, replacing 1-stop via Hong Kong
AI312 DEL0020 – 0950ICN 788 x357
AI313 ICN1205 – 1635DEL 788 x357

Mumbai – Hong Kong
eff 19SEP19 New nonstop service, 1 daily
AI316 BOM0835 – 1650HKG 788 D
AI311 HKG1805 – 0115+1BOM 788 D

All changes listed above is listed until 27OCT19.

Hong Kong – Osaka Kansai and Hong Kong – Seoul Incheon sector is closed for reservation on/after 28OCT19.

Separately, the airline further delayed planned service resumption of 2nd daily Delhi – Singapore AI382/383 service, now scheduled from 01OCT19, instead of 01JUL19.
A321 operates this flight.


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PostPosted: Fri Jul 05, 2019 1:17 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Air India delays Mumbai – Colombo service to late-Sep 2019

Air India in recent schedule update once again delayed planned service launch on Mumbai – Colombo route, previously scheduled from 01JUL19.
The new launch date is now scheduled on 20SEP19, with Airbus A321 aircraft operating 5 times a week.

AI275 BOM2300 – 0130+1CMB 32B x47
AI276 CMB0230 – 0455BOM 32B x15


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Air India July – Oct 2019 UK service adjustments

Air India in late-June 2019 adjusted service on selected routes to the UK, including planned service resumption on Amritsar – Birmingham being delayed, while additional capacity for Mumbai – London service extended into the end of the season.

Amritsar – Birmingham
eff 17SEP19 Planned 3 weekly service resumption from 01JUL19, delayed to 17SEP19
AI117 ATQ1355 – 1815BHX 788 246
AI118 BHX1945 – 0730+1ATQ 788 6
AI118 BHX1945 – 0745+1ATQ 788 24

Mumbai – London Heathrow
01JUL19 – 26OCT19 777-300ER continues to operate during this period, replacing 787-8
AI131 BOM0630 – 1130LHR 77W D
AI130 LHR1315 – 0245+1BOM 77W D


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PostPosted: Mon Jul 08, 2019 7:38 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

So Air India is leaving Osaka after serving that city for many decades. May be they should look at nonstop service since there is no competition on that route (JL and ANA fly to Tokyo).
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 10, 2019 8:47 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

iah87 wrote:
So Air India is leaving Osaka after serving that city for many decades. May be they should look at nonstop service since there is no competition on that route (JL and ANA fly to Tokyo).
I am not that sure about this. I am not sure about the yields (I have anecdotal evidence of numbers: I have taken this flight a few times). If the yields are not nice in today's climate, this station is not worth it. Second, AI is grappling with a few wide-body frames in Mx, not to mention issues with a few narrow-body frames as well. This may actually be a good practical move from AI. JL and NH are extremely well-managed airlines, and there must be a good reason as to why they do not try for a direct KIX-India connection. They do very well on the NRT-India route, which also keeps AI from increasing its frequency on that route.
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sumantra wrote:
JL and NH are extremely well-managed airlines, and there must be a good reason as to why they do not try for a direct KIX-India connection. They do very well on the NRT-India route, which also keeps AI from increasing its frequency on that route.
Cheers, Sumantra.


Is most traffic on JL/NH O&D? Or is it mostly transit traffic to North America?
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Jaysit wrote:
Is most traffic on JL/NH O&D? Or is it mostly transit traffic to North America?
Sanjay: as I had written, I have only anecdotal evidence. Additionally, from what I have heard (and seen as well),JL/NH cater to a huge amount of J (and Y+) traffic on the India-Narita route with Japanese companies: this is one of the places where AI takes a hit. They also do fairly well on the cargo front. NH had the two B737-700ERs on with one in purely all-J configuration, and another J and Y+. This type was used on the BOM-NRT route till they were retired in 2016. I have also seen the cheap-fare Economy North America-connecting traffic: in most cases, I have seen more O&D than these types, though. The business + official traffic is possibly very strong, plus both JL and NH give very good intra-Japan connections. NH also code-shares out of NRT with Ibex for those unique NRT domestic flights.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 5:58 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sumantra wrote:
this is one of the places where AI takes a hit.


Makes sense. Japanese customers (especially premium customers) like their own carriers, for reasons of language, culture, and food. AI used to have Japanese FAs on their Japan flights back in the day who could cater to the needs of Japanese pax, but I don't know if they do anymore.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 7:36 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

sumantra wrote:
iah87 wrote:
So Air India is leaving Osaka after serving that city for many decades. May be they should look at nonstop service since there is no competition on that route (JL and ANA fly to Tokyo).
I am not that sure about this. I am not sure about the yields (I have anecdotal evidence of numbers: I have taken this flight a few times). If the yields are not nice in today's climate, this station is not worth it. Second, AI is grappling with a few wide-body frames in Mx, not to mention issues with a few narrow-body frames as well. This may actually be a good practical move from AI. JL and NH are extremely well-managed airlines, and there must be a good reason as to why they do not try for a direct KIX-India connection. They do very well on the NRT-India route, which also keeps AI from increasing its frequency on that route.
Cheers, Sumantra.


I have no stats so I defer to anyone else who knows - wrt to Osaka. I feel that this route is more based on history than actual need today. I am willing to bet that the bulk of the traffic was flying HKG-OSK rather than OSK-India. It was being used by AI to have a red eye flight into HKG and then evening flight back to DEL (to cater to business people). Osaka used to be where a lot of textile traders went to buy sari and other cloths way back in the day. One of my distant relatives had a really nice business based in Osaka area. But times change, China came a long and Dubai (and even India) are probably easier places to do this type of business. But again this is based on family stories rather than real stats of traffic flows.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:19 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Jaysit wrote:
Makes sense. Japanese customers (especially premium customers) like their own carriers, for reasons of language, culture, and food. AI used to have Japanese FAs on their Japan flights back in the day who could cater to the needs of Japanese pax, but I don't know if they do anymore.
Absolutely correct, Sanjay: yes, AI of the yore had Japanese FAs. In AI's dark days, plus even in the `revival' period (if one can term it so!), there were no Japanese FAs. However on one recent flight (AI 306 DEL-NRT), I have seen a lady making Japanese language announcements: for all I know, she could be from North Eastern India as well, who has learnt the Japanese language well. I have heard live announcements in French on the AI 143 DEL-CDG route: this was an Indian lady. Even if AI currently has foreign FAs, they would be extremely miniscule in number. AI's sloppy reputation does not make it very attractive for foreign cabin crew.
More on the point in question: JL/NH have an almost clear stronghold on the business traffic between Japan-India. They have good corporate deals from what I know, and JL/NH earn a good amount from the business traffic in J/Y+: really good enough to make them offer discounted Y tickets at times.
My personal experience on the route: I haven't flown JL, but I have flown both NH and AI quite a few times, and yes, all in Y. AI has a very competitive Y product: the hard product (the Dream)liners), comparable baggage allowance, good leg room, good service, and superb food. The IFE compares well on NH and AI: it is so-so in both cases. NH's food offerings are quite clueless in Y.
However, they must be doing really well on the food part in J and Y+ in addition to other plus points, due to which the business crowd makes a beeline for them (in addition to the almost monopoly on corporate deals which JL/NH have, as compared to AI). In the current situation, JL/NH beat AI hollow on the yields, the cargo, and the passenger volume, and I do not see the situation changing in any way.
Another interesting fact is NH code-sharing with other South East Asian *A partners TG/SQ-SilkAir on the India routes, and having the more attractive Indian FSC Vistara on a few domestic Indian routes, and not AI. And perhaps, justifiably so.
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2019 9:22 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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I have no stats so I defer to anyone else who knows - wrt to Osaka. I feel that this route is more based on history than actual need today. I am willing to bet that the bulk of the traffic was flying HKG-OSK rather than OSK-India. It was being used by AI to have a red eye flight into HKG and then evening flight back to DEL (to cater to business people). Osaka used to be where a lot of textile traders went to buy sari and other cloths way back in the day. One of my distant relatives had a really nice business based in Osaka area. But times change, China came a long and Dubai (and even India) are probably easier places to do this type of business. But again this is based on family stories rather than real stats of traffic flows.
This is quite interesting, and yes, there is quite a bit of a Gujarati crowd in the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe region.
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Caliguy wrote:
I have no stats so I defer to anyone else who knows - wrt to Osaka. I feel that this route is more based on history than actual need today. I am willing to bet that the bulk of the traffic was flying HKG-OSK rather than OSK-India. It was being used by AI to have a red eye flight into HKG and then evening flight back to DEL (to cater to business people). Osaka used to be where a lot of textile traders went to buy sari and other cloths way back in the day. One of my distant relatives had a really nice business based in Osaka area. But times change, China came a long and Dubai (and even India) are probably easier places to do this type of business. But again this is based on family stories rather than real stats of traffic flows.
This is quite interesting, and yes, there is quite a bit of a Gujarati crowd in the Kyoto-Osaka-Kobe region.
Cheers, Sumantra.


Ha - don't know about Gujaratis there! Wasn't referring to them but ok add that to the list.
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https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/air-india-plane-being-towed-to-hangar-hits-parked-ai-boeing-777-at-mumbai-airport/articleshow/70246660.cms

Air India plane being towed to hangar hits parked AI Boeing 777 at Mumbai airport

Jul 16, 2019

The rudder of an Air India Airbus A321 (VT-PPB) hit the right side wing tip of an Air India Boeing 777 (VT-ALN) early on Tuesday morning at Mumbai airport.

The A321 was being towed from ramp area to NEC hangar. In the process, the A321’s rudder hit right side wing tip of AI’s B777 that was parked outside the hangar.

As a result of collision, rudder of VT-PPB and wing tip navigation light of VT-ALN is damaged.






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