Air International 2020-12
T.Batchelor - Indian aviators heat up Heathrow
A General Electric GEnx-powered Boeing 787-9 of Vistara, VT-TSD (c/n 66526), at Everett in February 2020
Heathrow is widely considered to be one of the world’s most prestigious gateways and a key city for travellers from India
SpiceJet’s core fleet comprises 57 Boeing 737NGs and 32 De Havilland Canada Dash 8-400s
SpiceJet has suffered from more exposure to the 737 MAX grounding than many of its competitors
Portuguese wet-leasing specialist Hi Fly took delivery of its first Airbus A330-900 CS-TKY (msn 1929) in Toulouse, joining the carrier's all-Airbus fleet of an A380,15 A330/A340s and four A320s. The A330-900 is being leased from Air Lease Corporation and is configured with 371 seats (353 economy, 17 business).
SpiceJet is scheduled to deploy a wet-leased Hi Fly A330-900 to service the London route
The economy class cabin of Hi Fly’s A330neo, soon to be in service with SpiceJet
HiFly’s Airbus A330-900 business class cabin
The wet-leased A330neo also boasts an impressive premium cabin
The interior of Vistara’s Airbus A321neo