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Requesting elderly people from Madurai, thanjavur, salem who very oftenly using Trichy international airport use this OLA cab services from Trichy to your respective home towns instead going by buses / trains to Madurai, thanjavur, salem.

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Tiruchirappalli and Kochi could be next for the 737 MAX by Malindo

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Routes to secondary cities in India would be logical routes for the all economy 737 MAX as they also have limited premium demand. Tiruchirappalli would particularly be appealing as Malindo operates three daily flights to Tiruchirappalli, making it easy to transition one or potentially two frequencies from the 737-800 to 737 MAX 8 while maintaining a small premium presence in the market.

Malindo increased Tiruchirappalli from 18 to 21 weekly flights in Apr-2017. At almost the same time AirAsia added a fourth daily flight from Kuala Lumpur to Tiruchirappalli.

A switch to the all economy MAX 8 would enable Malindo to compete better in this growing and relatively large ethnic market (a large portion of the Indian community in Malaysia has ties to this part of India).


AirAsia and Malindo both offer return fares of only slightly more than USD100 in the Kuala Lumpur-Tiruchirappalli market. They are the only nonstop competitors, but the relative high level of capacity means the competition is cut throat.

Kuala Lumpur-Kochi would also be a logical route for the all economy aircraft, given that it has limited premium demand and AirAsia is the only nonstop competitor. Malindo decreased Kochi from 11 to seven weekly flights effective 15-May-2017 – an indication that the route may be struggling with the current two class configuration. AirAsia operates the route with two daily flights. Fares on Kuala Lumpur-Kochi are similar to those on Kuala Lumpur-Tiruchirappalli, starting at slightly more than USD100 return on both AirAsia and Malindo.

Malindo’s other two secondary destinations in India are served less than daily, making it a bit harder to switch to the MAX 8 if Malindo wants to maintain a premium product on some frequencies. Amritsar is currently served with five weekly frequencies and Trivandrum with four weekly flights. Malindo is the only airline operating nonstop flights in these smaller markets.

Malindo also serves Delhi and Mumbai, but it should maintain these services with two class aircraft as there is more premium demand in the metros. There are also seat capacity limits on routes to Indian metros under the India-Malaysia bilateral, which would force Malindo to reduce frequency if it goes with higher density aircraft. Malindo currently serves Delhi with 11 weekly flights and Mumbai with eight weekly flights.




source: https://centreforaviation.com/insights/analysis/malindo-air-part-2-new-all-economy-737-max-fleet-results-in-more-direct-competition-with-airasia-345060


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Air India Express eyes tie-up with flydubai

Wednesday, May 10, 2017
Air India Express is in discussions with Dubai-based flydubai for collaboration opportunities, including code share among their flights.

The move comes at a time when AI Express, which operates a significant number of flights to Gulf nations, is working on ways to spread its wings further.

Part of the Air India group, the carrier has plans to fly to new destinations.

An official said the airline is discussing ways to collaborate with flydubai for possible sales and marketing beyond Dubai.

Various options, including code share of flights and interline agreement, are being looked at, the official added.

Code share and interline pacts provide for smooth connectivity between multiple flights.

When contacted, a flydubai spokesperson said India is a very important market for the airline.

"We are always looking at new opportunities in the market to facilitate travel between India and Dubai," the spokesperson said in a e-mailed statement.

AI Express flies to 14 international destinations, including Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Doha, Kuwait, Salalah, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Riyadh and Dhaka.

Besides, it has domestic services on various routes.

Currently, AI Express has a code share pact with Air India on select routes.

"In the future, Air India Express may enter into interline arrangements with other LCC (Low Cost Carrier) or FSC (Full Service Carrier) Airlines to expand its reach," as per details provided in a tender document floated by the airline seeking bids for an automated revenue management system.

The airline carries around 3.5 million passengers a year and has a fleet of 23 Boeing 737-800 aircraft.

Dubai government-owned flydubai operates flights to more than 85 destinations, including various Indian cities.


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Fly with Air India Express to absorb the beauty of Singapore...

Air India Express flies to Singapore from Chennai, Dhaka, Kolkata and Tiruchirappalli.


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Airport Aviation agency goes ‘bananas’ turning around Ratmalana,Colombo

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Sri Lanka’s first airport is set to get busy again with more commercial operations set to take hold as state plans get underway to develop the hub for the Colombo Airport Ratmalana as an international facility with required certification with no more “bananas” to hamper the progress.

The Ratmalana airport is set to become the next biggest development as it gears to be upgraded to entertain charter and scheduled commercial international and domestic flights.

The airport is set to become a 3C certified facility that could cater to A319, ATR, DH08 and other similar aircraft once the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) carries out an audit and ensure compliance with international standards to obtain aerodrome certification, Airport and Aviation Services Airport Manager for Colombo Airport, Ratmalana Aruna Rajapaksha said in an interview with the Business Times at his office last week.

In addition, the Flyme carrier, the domestic airline based in Maldives will also be operating initially two charter flights selling their packages from Gan Islands to Colombo, Mr. Rajapaksha said.

He also pointed out that there was a proposal to start operations to South India from Trichy and Chennai on an ATR aircraft by Jet Airways.



source: http://www.sundaytimes.lk/170430/business-times/airport-aviation-agency-goes-bananas-turning-around-ratmalana-238438.html


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For the financial year 2016-2017, Trichy international airport registered 1.359 million passenger traffic. International traffic load factor - 1190577 & domestic traffic load factor - 168870.

For the pervious financial year it was 1.297 million.


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