Engines built by GE Aerospace and partner Safran power about 60% of India's 700 plus commercial planes, according to data from aviation analytics company Cirium.
Historically, any airline that has suspended operations in India has never restarted.
The airline has also offered to roll out the retention allowance for pilots who have recently resigned, but are willing to withdraw their resignations by June 15.
The first commercial flight of C919 from the eastern metropolis of Shanghai to Beijing was operated by the state-run China Eastern Airlines.
The DGCA will be conducting an audit to "check our preparedness" in the coming days, the airline said, adding that "once approved by the regulator, we would be soon commencing operations".
The carrier is undergoing insolvency resolution proceedings following admission of its voluntary plea by the NCLT on May 10.
IndiGo continues to be the largest carrier with a 15.79 percent share in international traffic in Q1 of 2023. It was followed by Air India with 12.6 percent. Emirates, which has been at the forefront of lobbying for more seats to India, was third and carried 9.21 percent of all traffic.
The two carriers will fly close to 19,000 pilgrims to Jeddah and Medina in Saudi Arabia from the four cities.
April Aviation Data released by DGCA shows that air traffic has surpassed pre-COVID levels. In April 2019, domestic airlines flew only 109.95 lakh passengers against 128.8 lakh this April.
Strong domestic and international demand and the high-yield scenario can help the airline gain altitude.
IndiGo is seeing robust demand for flying in current quarter and yield in the current quarter were higher when compared on year to a capacity constraints in the domestic Indian market.
Go First, which is undergoing insolvency resolution proceedings, stopped flying from May 3.
Besides, two more aircraft lessors have moved the National Company Law Appellate Tribunal (NCLAT) opposing the airline's insolvency proceedings.
Over the past one week, the airline has conducted recruitment drives in Mumbai, New Delhi and Bengaluru.
The airline needs to post a net profit of Rs 1,225 crore in the fourth quarter to end FY23 on a profitable note.
If Go First management is confident and sanguine about its revival, it needs to affirm the same with some financial guarantees. Pilots certainly can’t be expected to link their future with the airline’s uncertain fate because there are numerous imponderables involved in the path to revival
Air France-KLM, which has increased its seat capacity by 22 per cent compared to 2022, operates up to 46 weekly flights connecting four Indian cities — Delhi, Mumbai, Bengaluru and Chennai.
As the maiden S5-151 flight skimmed over the clouds this morning en route from Bengaluru to Hyderabad, it created a history of sorts in India. A regional carrier has never grown in India, but Star Air — the Bengaluru-based regional carrier with five E145s and two E175s in its fleet — became the first carrier to expand its offering.
The cash-strapped airline said that they are cancelling all flights till May 23 due to “operational reasons”.
The move from the Aviation Working Group (AWG), a UK-based entity that monitors leasing and financing laws on behalf of planemakers and lessors, could raise leasing costs for Indian airlines and further jolt lessors' confidence in the world's third-largest domestic aviation market.
The airline re-assured its flyers about the continuation of operations and resumption of flights via a post on its twitter handle.
The release by Air Newzealand disclosed that the Skynest will be a six-pod configured sleep zone which will offer sessions for economy passengers to lie down when travelling long haul.
The two-member bench comprising President Justice Ramalingam Sudhakar and L N Gupta would pronounce the order on Wednesday morning, according to the tribunal's cause list for Wednesday.
The lessors have so far requested for the deregistration and repossession of 42 A320 aircraft of Go First, the loss-incurring carrier which filed for insolvency on May 2.
In all, the lessors have so far requested to deregister and export 33 A320 operated by Go First, the official added.