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AirAsia secures COVID-19 vaccines for Filipino Allstars; encourages everyone to take the shot


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AirAsia secures COVID-19 vaccines for Filipino Allstars; encourages everyone to take the shot
Ready for a strong return of demand in air travel, and true to its core value of putting people first, AirAsia is set to inoculate 1,500+ Filipino Allstars against COVID-19 starting next month.
AirAsia has identified its priority list which includes  frontliner Allstars, such as ground staff, pilots, cabin crew and others who have direct engagements with its guests.
This initiative comes as a step towards rebuilding confidence among passengers highlighting the highest standards on safety and customer service.
AirAsia partnered with government agencies and private entities to secure the initial doses for those included in the priority lists. 

Will there be more changes ahead for Malaysian airlines post-pandemic?

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Many airline executives believe that the pandemic will change how aviation companies do business over the next five years.
These include operating with a much leaner workforce and less silo-ed company structure due to airlines being trimmed amid the Covid-19 pandemic.
The
Airlines: A Path Back To Profitability report, an initiative by travel technology company Accelya and Atmosphere Research Group, also revealed that airlines have accelerated innovation during the downtime.
For example, although just 26% of executives considered merchandising/retailing to be extremely important pre-pandemic, 49% believe it will matter more during business recovery.

Newer Planes Are Providing Airlines a Trove of Useful Data

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Newer Planes Are Providing Airlines a Trove of Useful Data
During the pandemic, older aircraft have been retired, resulting in a fleet that can collect more information about emissions and safety.
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With few flights and even fewer passengers, the coronavirus pandemic unleashed a wave of challenges for airlines. Some have gone out of business and others are barely surviving as global passenger volume hovers at around 50 percent of 2019 levels.
Without passengers to fill them, airlines have been retiring their older aircraft faster than normal. The more than 1,400 planes airplanes parked in 2020 that might not return to service is more than twice as many aircraft as would customarily be retired in a single year, according to a 10-year aviation forecast by the business consulting firm, Oliver Wyman. The result will a more modern fleet, the report states.

AirAsia India Has Announced Free Cancellation and Rescheduling for All Flights to and from New Delhi


AirAsia India Has Announced Free Cancellation and Rescheduling for All Flights to and from New Delhi
AirAsia India Has Announced Free Cancellation and Rescheduling for All Flights to and from New Delhi between April 19 and 26, both days inclusive.
  |  20 April 2021 11:14 AM GMT
AirAsia India has announced free cancellation and rescheduling for all flights to and from New Delhi between April 19 and 26, both days being inclusive. This decision comes after the imposition of a weeklong lockdown in the National Capital to curb the rampant spread of the deadly coronavirus infections.
In a press release, AirAsia India said that it has announced this offer to give passengers flexibility amid "increased uncertainty and travel restrictions".

As pandemic rolls on, fare forecasting tools are changing: Travel Weekly

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As revenue management forecasting evolves, consumers won't necessarily pay more in airfare overall. Rather, pricing will be more closely aligned with demand conditions, both strong and weak. Photo Credit: potowizard/Shutterstock.com
The upheaval caused by the Covid-19 pandemic has rocked the foundation of airline industry revenue management forecasting and opened the door for upstarts to win the business of a growing number of carriers.
The upshot for consumers could ultimately be pricier fares during times of high demand and even steeper discounts during off-season and low-travel periods. 
Judson Rollins
"Right now there's the lowest disruption cost that there will ever be," said Judson Rollins, head of the New Zealand-based consultancy Propel Solutions and a former revenue manager at Air New Zealand. "I've talked to people at 10 airlines globally who said their carriers are pursuing other revenue management systems." He called the market shift "a tidal wave."

No Case Against 4 Airlines, Seeking Legal Opinion On Issue: Delhi Police

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No Case Against 4 Airlines, Seeking Legal Opinion On Issue: Delhi Police
No Case Against 4 Airlines, Seeking Legal Opinion On Issue: Delhi Police
Earlier in the day, the Kejriwal government lodged a complaint with Delhi Police against four airlines -- IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet, and AirAsia and asked it to file an FIR under Delhi Disaster Management Act (DDMA).
Police on Sunday said it is seeking legal opinion on the matter. (Representational)
New Delhi:
Delhi Police has said it has not registered a First Information Report (FIR) on the complaint of the Arvind Kejriwal-led government against four airlines for allegedly failing to check their passengers traveling from Maharashtra to the national capital with a Covid RT-PCR negative report.

When flights are few airlines must take responsibility

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THERE are currently limited flights scheduled for international destinations, and they are catering mainly to foreigners who have finished their periods of service and are returning home.
Meanwhile, the Malaysian government has started an amnesty programme for foreigners with expired documents, expired visas and other offences. Many foreigners have chosen to register for the amnesty programme, under which they will be required to pay a compound to the Immigration Department along with producing a valid flight ticket reservation valid for a period of 14 days from the payment date.
Many have purchased their AirAsia flight tickets, especially to Indonesia. The airline, in its corporate website, advertises advance sales of tickets. When an airline cancels a flight at the very last minute the standard practice is to provide passengers with the option of credit shelf or free change of date within the timeframe stipulated by the airline.

Travel News - CSMIA to operate all international & domestic flights from Terminal 2 from April 21


CSMIA to operate all international & domestic flights from Terminal 2 from April 21
By TBM Staff | Mumbai
In light of the latest developments due to the ongoing pandemic situation, Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) has decided to re-consolidate all domestic passenger flights currently operating via Terminal 1.  
 
With effect from April 21, 2021, CSMIA will be conducting all international as well as domestic flight operations through its iconic advanced Terminal 2. All passengers of GoAir, Star Air, AirAsia, TruJet and IndiGo should get in touch with the respective airlines for further queries. 
  
During these challenging times, CSMIA has been working closely with its stakeholders and relevant regulatory and government bodies to curb the spread of the virus. The airport is strictly adhering to all guidelines laid down by the Ministry of Civil Aviation as well as the Government of Maharashtra. 

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AirAsia PH to vaccinate 1,500 employees starting next month

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, April 18) — The Philippine unit of regional low-cost carrier AirAsia is targeting to vaccinate over 1,500 Filipino employees beginning May as it gears up for a travel rebound.
Keeping its optimism that air travel would soon regain its momentum, AirAsia Philippines said it has secured COVID-19 vaccines to inoculate its employees.
"AirAsia recognizes that the aviation sector plays a critical role as economic and tourism drivers, and we know that getting the COVID-19 vaccine is the next necessary phase of recovery," AirAsia Philippines chief executive officer Ricky Isla was quoted as saying in a statement on Sunday.

Delhi: FIR against 4 airlines for failing to check Covid RT-PCR negative report of passengers

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Delhi: FIR against 4 airlines for failing to check Covid RT-PCR negative report of passengers
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Updated: Apr 18, 2021 18:17 IST
New Delhi [India], April 18 (ANI): The Delhi government on Sunday lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against four airlines for allegedly failing to check their passengers travelling from Maharashtra to the national capital with a Covid RT-PCR negative report.
Airlines including IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet and AirAsia have been listed in the FIR, which has been filed under the Delhi Disaster Management Act (DDMA).
On April 10, the Delhi government, in its new guidelines to curb the transmission of COVID-19 imposed several restrictions. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority issued an order making it mandatory for people travelling by air from Maharashtra to the national capital, to produce a negative RT-PCRCOVID report, 72 hours prior to the passenger's arrival.

Delhi govt files FIR against four airlines for failing to check RT-PCR reports of flyers from Maharashtra

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Delhi govt files FIR against four airlines for failing to check RT-PCR reports of flyers from Maharashtra
Delhi had made it mandatory for people travelling by air from Maharashtra to the national capital, to produce a negative RT-PCR COVID report.
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The Delhi government on Sunday lodged a First Information Report (FIR) against four airlines for allegedly failing to check their passengers travelling from Maharashtra to the national capital with a Covid RT-PCR negative report.
Airlines including IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet and AirAsia have been listed in the FIR, which has been filed under the Delhi Disaster Management Act (DDMA).

Delhi govt files cases against IndiGo, three others for not checking COVID reports of passengers fro- The New Indian Express

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Delhi govt files cases against IndiGo, three others for not checking COVID reports of passengers from Maharashtra
Delhi government had last week announced that it will be mandatory for anyone travelling to Delhi from Maharashtra to carry a negative RT-PCR report dated 72 hours prior to arrival.
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NEW DELHI: Cases have been filed against four airlines for failing to check the RTPCR test reports of passengers arriving from Maharashtra, Delhi government sources said on Sunday.
These cases have been filed under the Disaster Management Act, they said.
Delhi government had last week announced that it will be mandatory for anyone travelling to Delhi from Maharashtra to carry a negative RT-PCR report dated 72 hours prior to arrival.

AirAsia to waive change fees on tickets booked till May 15

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AirAsia to waive change fees on tickets booked till May 15
Guests can now make unlimited changes for all bookings and changes made till 15 May 2021, irrespective of the travel dates, without incurring any flight change fees, AirAsia India's release stated
PTI | April 18, 2021 | Updated 17:17 IST
Many airlines, including IndiGo and SpiceJet, have announced similar measures
AirAsia India on Sunday announced it will not charge any fee for changing time and date on tickets booked till May 15. The carrier said in a press release that it has announced this offer to give passengers flexibility amid "increased uncertainty and travel restrictions".
"Guests can now make unlimited changes for all bookings and changes made till 15 May 2021, irrespective of the travel dates, without incurring any flight change fees," AirAsia India's release stated.

Delhi orders case against IndiGo, Spicejet, Vistara and AirAsia for carrying passengers without COVID tests

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The Delhi government on Sunday ordered Delhi Police to lodge FIRs against four airlines for ferrying passengers from Maharashtra without valid RT-PCR reports.
Sources told IANS that around 130 such passengers have been carried by four airlines - IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet and AirAsia.
"The Delhi government has directed the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) police station to lodge FIRs against IndiGo, Spicejet, Vistara and AirAsia," the Delhi Chief Minister's Office said.
The action would be taken under the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) norms to combat the Covid-19 pandemic.
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No FIR against four airlines, seeking legal opinion on issue: Delhi Police

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No FIR against four airlines, seeking legal opinion on issue: Delhi Police
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Updated: Apr 19, 2021 00:53 IST
New Delhi [India], April 19 (ANI): Delhi Police has said it has not registered a First Information Report (FIR) on the complaint of the Arvind Kejriwal-led government against four airlines for allegedly failing to check their passengers traveling from Maharashtra to the national capital with a Covid RT-PCR negative report.
Police, in an official statement, on Sunday said it is seeking legal opinion on the matter.
Earlier in the day, the Kejriwal government lodged a complaint with Delhi Police against four airlines -- IndiGo, Vistara, SpiceJet, and AirAsia and asked it to file an FIR under Delhi Disaster Management Act (DDMA).

AirAsia tie-ups provide lift to domestic tourism


AirAsia tie-ups provide lift to domestic tourism
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AirAsia tie-ups provide lift to domestic tourism
MANILA, Philippines — AirAsia Philippines continues to pursue partnerships with various hotels, restaurants and other industries in a bid to revive domestic tourism.
The low-cost carrier said it has partnered with the Bohol Association of Hotels and Restaurants and the Bohol Tourism Office as part of its efforts to boost tourism and economic recovery in the province.
“We at AirAsia remain optimistic about the revival and the future of the tourism industry especially in Bohol, which is at the forefront of our efforts in revitalizing the tourism sector while assuring safe travels for all guests,” AirAsia Philippines CEO Ricky Isla said.

Threat note on Bengaluru-Delhi flight triggers bomb scare; 12 flyers under lens


Threat note on Bengaluru-Delhi flight triggers bomb scare; 12 flyers under lens
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Threat note on Bengaluru-Delhi flight triggers bomb scare; 12 flyers under lens
Saurabh Sinha / TNN / Updated: Apr 17, 2021, 23:36 IST
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NEW DELHI: The captain operating an AirAsia India Bengaluru-Delhi flight with about 170 passengers on board on Saturday discovered a note in the lavatory threatening to blow up the aircraft on landing.
The note read, “there is a bomb on board I will blast as soon as it reaches Delhi,” and this flight I5-741 was scheduled to go to Srinagar from the capital. Luckily the Airbus A320 (VT-JRT) landed safely at IGI Airport where it was taken to a remote bay for checks and released for subsequent flights after being declared safe.

Mumbai: From April 21, all domestic flights from T2 yet again | Mumbai News


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MUMBAI: If you are booked on a domestic flight scheduled to depart from Mumbai airport after mid next week, you don’t have to check which terminal it will depart from. With rising Covid cases, Mumbai airport on Thursday announced that all flight operations will be moved to its T2 terminal in Sahar from April 21.
Currently, domestic flights are operated out of two terminals of Mumbai airport, T2 and T1 in Vile Parle. When domestic flights restarted after lockdown on May 25 last year, all flight operations at Mumbai airport (domestic and international) operated out of T2. From March 10, IndiGo, AirAsia, GoAir, TruJet and Star Air moved most domestic flights to T1. But with rising Covid cases and government restrictions, the airport decided to go back to last year’s practice.

Passenger Strips Naked and Screams at Staff About Life Jackets on Flight

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Passenger Strips Naked and Screams at Staff About Life Jackets on Flight
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A passenger on an AirAsia flight bound to New Delhi created a ruckus over a life jacket earlier this month, allegedly putting the vest on before calling it a bomb. When confronted by the cabin crew, he responded bizarrely by stripping off his clothes.
The incident took place on April 6 on flight number i5-722 which took off from Kempegowda International Airport and was forced to make an early landing.
"An inebriated guest onboard i5-722 behaved in an inappropriate manner including with a cabin crew on duty inflight. The guest was advised repeatedly and paid heed only after multiple requests by crew members," an AirAsia spokesperson told the Hindu.

Mumbai airport to move all flights operations to T2


Mumbai airport to move all flights operations to T2
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MUMBAI: With ever-rising Covid cases in Mumbai, the city airport on Thursday announced that all domestic passenger flights will depart from T2 from next week.
Currently, domestic operations are handled from two terminals of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA), T2 in Sahar and T1 in Vile Parle.
Airlines like IndiGo, AirAsia, GoAir, TruJet and Star Air had moved some or most of their domestic flights to T1 in March.
"With effect from April 21, 2021, CSMIA will be conducting all international as well as domestic flight operations through its iconic advanced Terminal 2. All passengers of GoAir, Star Air, Air Asia, TruJet and IndiGo are requested to get in touch with the respective airlines for further queries," said a statement issued by the Mumbai International Airport Ltd (MIAL).

Covid: Mumbai airport to herd all flights in single terminal

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Mumbai, April 15 : In view of the worsening Covid-19 pandemic situation, the Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport (CSMIA) in Mumbai has decided to re-consolidate all domestic passenger flights currently operating from Terminal 1, an official said here on Thursday.
From April 21, the CSMIA will operate all domestic and international services from the advanced Terminal 2.
It has also requested all passengers booked on GoAir, Star Air, AirAsia, TruJet and IndiGo flights to contact their respective airlines for further details.
The CSMIA assured that it is strictly adhering to all the Covid-19 protocols and other guidelines issued by the Centre and Maharashtra government to curb the spread of the virus.

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