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PostPosted: Sun May 31, 2009 6:14 pm 
Abu Dhabi Passenger wrote:
Dear Friends,

Vanakkam.

I am writing from Abu Dhabi.

I heard one bad news circulating with the Abu Dhabi peoples about Trichy Airport Services. Airport authorities asking commission (above 2000) and taking some goods from the packet.

I don't know this message is true or false. But its not good for the development of our Trichy.

Regards
Jeeva.



Hey u madurai guy! STOP PROPAGATING..................................




MRR wrote:
Flight service to Abu Dhabi from April 30 :D

TIRUCHI: Low-cost carrier Air India Express will introduce a twice-a-week service on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi sector from April 30.

Abu Dhabi will be the third foreign destination to be linked from Tiruchi by the airline. The new service would be in addition to AI Express’ flights to Dubai and Singapore from here. The airline recently increased the frequency of its flights on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Dubai sector. It operates 14 flights a week to Singapore and seven flights a week to Dubai.

The Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi flights (IX 613/614) would be operated on Thursdays and Saturdays, sources told The Hindu. The flight will depart Chennai at 12.50 p.m., arrive here at 1.40 p.m and leave for Abu Dhabi at 2.30 p.m. In the return direction, it will arrive from Abu Dhabi at 11.55 p.m., depart for Chennai at 12.50 a.m. to reach Chennai at 1.40 a.m.

The introduction of the service comes in the wake of a good demand, airline sources said pointing out that many travellers were taking the Dubai flight and drive down from there to Abu Dhabi. Otherwise, they take a connecting flight from Colombo to Abu Dhabi. Meanwhile, the airline has slashed fares on the Tiruchi-Chennai sector and introduced a special fare of Rs.999 (inclusive of taxes), against its existing fare of Rs. 2,330. The special fare comes into immediate effect. The airline hopes to attract a substantial number of train travellers.


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PostPosted: Sat May 30, 2009 8:16 pm 
Dear Friends,

Vanakkam.

I am writing from Abu Dhabi.

I heard one bad news circulating with the Abu Dhabi peoples about Trichy Airport Services. Airport authorities asking commission (above 2000) and taking some goods from the packet.

I don't know this message is true or false. But its not good for the development of our Trichy.

Regards
Jeeva.

MRR wrote:
Flight service to Abu Dhabi from April 30 :D

TIRUCHI: Low-cost carrier Air India Express will introduce a twice-a-week service on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi sector from April 30.

Abu Dhabi will be the third foreign destination to be linked from Tiruchi by the airline. The new service would be in addition to AI Express’ flights to Dubai and Singapore from here. The airline recently increased the frequency of its flights on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Dubai sector. It operates 14 flights a week to Singapore and seven flights a week to Dubai.

The Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi flights (IX 613/614) would be operated on Thursdays and Saturdays, sources told The Hindu. The flight will depart Chennai at 12.50 p.m., arrive here at 1.40 p.m and leave for Abu Dhabi at 2.30 p.m. In the return direction, it will arrive from Abu Dhabi at 11.55 p.m., depart for Chennai at 12.50 a.m. to reach Chennai at 1.40 a.m.

The introduction of the service comes in the wake of a good demand, airline sources said pointing out that many travellers were taking the Dubai flight and drive down from there to Abu Dhabi. Otherwise, they take a connecting flight from Colombo to Abu Dhabi. Meanwhile, the airline has slashed fares on the Tiruchi-Chennai sector and introduced a special fare of Rs.999 (inclusive of taxes), against its existing fare of Rs. 2,330. The special fare comes into immediate effect. The airline hopes to attract a substantial number of train travellers.


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PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2009 8:16 pm 
Low-cost carriers soaring
By Karamjit Kaur AVIATION CORRESPONDENT

It was the fourth consecutive win for Tiger (pictured) and third, for Jetstar. Others on the list included Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Malaysia Airlines. -- PHOTO: AFP

LOW-COST airlines that carried 12.3 per cent of Changi Airport's total passenger traffic last year, are giving the big boys a run for their money.
Five years ago, airlines like Tiger Airways and Jetstar Asia accounted for just 1.7 per cent of Changi's throughput and 6 per cent of weekly flights. Today, two out of 10 flights are operated by low-cost carriers.

Transport Minister Raymond Lim made special mention of the key role that low-cost carriers have played in the airport's growth, when he spoke at an event at the Crowne Plaza Changi Airport on Tuesday night to honour Changi's best.

Apart from boosting Changi's traffic, the airlines have also enhanced the airport's connectivity by flying to 'unique' cities like Bandung in Indonesia, Haikou in China and Tiruchirapalli in India, he said.

For their contributions, Tiger Airways and Jetstar Asia were among those honoured at the fourth Changi Airline Awards, for making it onto the list of Changi Airport's 10 largest carriers by passenger numbers.

It was the fourth consecutive win for Tiger and third, for Jetstar. Others on the list included Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Malaysia Airlines.

Low-cost carriers Air India Express, Cebu Pacific Air and Jetstar's Australian sister airline Jetstar Airways, were also among the top five in the second category - the highest year-on-year growth in passenger numbers. They shared the honours with Lion Air and Xiamen Airlines.

In all, 25 airlines, including cargo carriers Federal Express and Nippon Cargo Airlines, were recognised for helping to maintain Changi?s status as a leading regional aviation hub.

Changi has a network of more than 4,570 weekly flights, being operated by 84 airlines to more than 193 cities in 60 countries. But even as the airport, which handled a record 37.7 million last year, and its partners can be proud of their achievements, Mr Lim warned of dark clouds ahead.

The economic downturn has hit the air travel industry, with Changi's total traffic falling 8.4 per cent in the first three months of the year, compared with the same period last year. Cargo volumes slipped by 22.5 per cent.

http://www.straitstimes.com/Breaking%2BNews/Singapore/Story/STIStory_381921.html


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PostPosted: Sun May 03, 2009 2:35 pm 
The above posted picture was published in Gulfnews. Click the below link to see more photos.

http://www.gulfnews.com/business/Aviation/10309653.html


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PostPosted: Sat May 02, 2009 5:07 pm 
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PostPosted: Fri May 01, 2009 9:41 am 
Air India Express starts Abu Dhabi flights


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TIRUCHI: Air India Express on Thursday launched a twice-a-week service on the Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi sector.

Abu Dhabi will be the third foreign destination to be linked from Tiruchi by the low cost carrier. The Chennai-Tiruchi-Abu Dhabi flights (IX 613/614) would be operated on Thursdays and Saturdays.

The flight will depart Chennai at 12.50 p.m. and arrive here at 1.40 p.m. It would leave for Abu Dhabi at 2.30 p.m. In the return direction, the flight will arrive at Tiruchi from Abu Dhabi at 11.55 p.m. and depart for Chennai at 12.50 a.m. It will reach Chennai at 1.40 a.m. The airline offers attractive one way fare starting from Rs.6,439 from Tiruchi to Abu Dhabi.

The inaugural flight was marked by a simple function at the airport. Airport Director S. Sreekumar, Deputy General Manager (Air Traffic Control) K. Shivakumar and the Station Manager of National Aviation Company of India T. H. Radhakrishnan were present.

Kuala Lumpur service

Sources indicated that the airline could introduce a service to Kuala Lumpur from here by May and an aircraft is likely to be positioned at the Tiruchi airport. The airlines could also opt to make the city a hub for its operations in the region.


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PostPosted: Tue Apr 28, 2009 9:54 pm 
Abu Dhabi offers new nonstop air links to Tiruchirapally

Abu Dhabi: Effective 30 April 2009, Abu Dhabi will be directly linked to Tiruchirapally (TRZ) in Central Tamil Nadu, a populous state in Southern India.

The National Aviation Company of India Limited (NACIL) will commence twice weekly nonstop Air India Express (IX) flights to Tiruchirapally & Chennai every Thursday and Saturday with B737-800 aircraft in an all economy configuration.

Flight IX614 on the Abu Dhabi/Tiruchirapally/Chennai route will depart Abu Dhabi International Airport at 18:20hrs while the return flight IX613 on Chennai/Tiruchirapally/Abu Dhabi route will depart from Anna International Airport, Chennai at 12:50 hrs, via Tiruchirapally.

A special introductory one-way fare starts from Dh149 to Tiruchirapally and Dh 99 to Chennai excluding taxes, has already been introduced in the market to stimulate interest and passenger loads on the new flight.

With the introduction of flights to Tiruchirapally - a new destination ex Abu Dhabi, NACIL which operates brand AI (Air India) and IX will increase its services from Abu Dhabi/Al Ain to 30 frequencies per week, of which, AI operates thrice weekly flights each to Mumbai & Delhi while IX operates 24 frequencies per week to 6 South Indian destinations, including Tiruchirapally & Chennai viz. 5 flights to Trivandrum, 6 flights to Kochi, daily flights to Kozhikode, 3 flights to Mangalore and a once weekly service linking Kochi and Kozhikode, from Al Ain and the newly introduced twice weekly flights to Trichy and Chennai.


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PostPosted: Sun Apr 26, 2009 7:59 am 
திருச்சி - அபுதாபி இடையே வாரத்துக்கு இரு நாள் விமானம்


திருச்சி, ஏப். 24: திருச்சி - அபுதாபி இடையே ஏர் இந்தியா எக்ஸ்பிரஸ் சார்பில் வாரத்துக்கு இரு நாள் விமான சேவை இயக்கப்படவுள்ளது.

இதுபற்றி ஏர் இந்தியா எக்ஸ்பிரஸ் நிலைய மேலாளர் டி.ஹெச். ராதாகிருஷ்ணன் தெரிவித்திருப்பது:

"ஏர் இந்தியா எக்ஸ்பிரஸ் நிறுவனம் சார்பில் திருச்சி - அபுதாபி இடையே ஏப். 30-ம் தேதி முதல் விமானம் இயக்கப்படவுள்ளது. இந்த விமானம் வாரந்தோறும் வியாழக்கிழமை, சனிக்கிழமை இயக்கப்படும்.

திருச்சியிலிருந்து பிற்பகல் 2.30 மணிக்கு புறப்படும் இந்த விமானம் மாலை 5 மணிக்கு அபுதாபி செல்லும். அபுதாபியிலிருந்து மாலை 6.20 மணிக்கு புறப்பட்டு, இரவு 11.55 மணிக்கு திருச்சிக்கு வரும்.

திருச்சியிலிருந்து அபுதாபிக்கு செல்ல ரூ. 6,439 மட்டுமே கட்டணம்' என ராதாகிருஷ்ணன் தெரிவித்துள்ளார்.


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PostPosted: Fri Apr 24, 2009 6:43 am 
Air India Express Abu Dhabi-Trichy Direct Flight from April 30

ABU DHABI - The National Aviation Company of India Limited (NACIL) will commence nonstop Air India Express flights to Tiruchirapally (Trichy) and Chennai every Thursday and Saturday from April 30.

Tiruchirapalli is located in central Tamil Nadu, a populous state in Southern India.

The B737-800 aircraft will have an all-economy configuration. The NACIL announced on Thursday that Flight IX614 on the Abu Dhabi/Tiruchirapally/Chennai route will depart Abu Dhabi International Airport at 6.20pm while the return flight IX613 on Chennai/Tiruchirapally/Abu Dhabi route will depart from Anna International Airport, Chennai at 12:50pm,via Tiruchirapally.

A special introductory one-way fare starting from Dh149 to Tiruchirapally and Dh99 to Chennai, excluding taxes, has already been introduced in the market to stimulate interest and passenger loads on the new flight.

With the introduction of flights to Tiruchirapally, National Aviation Company of India Limited which also operates Air India, will increase its services from Abu Dhabi/Al Ain to 30 frequencies per week.


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 23, 2009 8:09 pm 
Its ridiculous there are 3 flights within an hour in the noon and no flights in the morning.This is really bad for the airlines and passengers.At least Kingfisher or Paramount should re-start its morning flights for the convenient of the passengers


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