We looked inside some of the tweets by @Vinamralongani and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
Attention travellers! An air bubble arrangement has been established between India and Tanzania. Designated carriers of both countries are permitted to operate flights between the two countries. Please plan your travels accordingly.
VFR (Visiting friends and relatives) traffic is the least impacted by #COVID19. As there is sizeable VFR traffic to & from India, countries have little choice but to sign up for an air bubble arrangement with India in order for their airlines to get a piece of the pie. #AvGeek https://t.co/oKG3tXfMwK
The @DGCAIndia has via a circular issued on the 27th October 2020 extended the suspension of scheduled international passenger services to and from India till 2359 hrs IST on 30th November 2020 This suspension does not apply to flights specifically approved by the DGCA #aviation https://t.co/zy63jCsaUY
Unless you have been living under a rock, this should not come as a surprise to you. It is rather evident by now that India will not permit scheduled international flights and continue to use the air bubble arrangements for the foreseeable future. #AvGeek https://t.co/S2FhmrUSxj
Better still, don't have any at all. That way you earn for yourself and hopefully spend on yourself in your old age and leave whatever is left when you finally kick the bucket to charity. 😎 https://t.co/umX1uMNVVK
These two pilots spent 62 years between them flying jetliners around the globe for Qantas. But 7 months ago the high fliers came down to earth in a hurry. And now, they’re driving buses. @Lisa_Wilkinson has this emotional story. https://t.co/XZstFmQU93
It is when you see stories like this, you realize the staggering impact #COVID19 has had on peoples lives, especially in the aviation industry. For some, like these @Qantas #A380 pilots, life has changed dramatically. However, for me, this is a story of hope ! Bravo ! #AvGeek https://t.co/cFu0XgCzHv
India's largest airline @IndiGo6E has a fleet of 24 #A321neo's. The aircraft, when ordered, were considered the perfect solution for increasing capacity at India's slot constrained airport's. #AvGeek https://t.co/RdqUSyHjUa
Emirates, Qatar Airways, and Etihad succeeded by funneling people through hubs to destinations all over the world. As more countries impose quarantines to contain coronavirus outbreaks, the business model for Gulf carriers looks increasingly tenuous. https://t.co/zXQzggW6fF
Nine years late + 4 bln over budget: Welcome to Berlin's new airport! At one point there were rumors that the family of former chancellor Willy Brandt was weighing whether to remove his name from the airport so as not to be associated with such a fiasco https://t.co/ejEpJFF0aQ
#AVIATION | Emirates’ first ever flight was EK600 to Karachi, on 25th October 1985, using a leased Boeing aircraft. Today, 35 years later, flight EK600 was also operated by a Boeing aircraft, 777-300ER registration A6-ENC. Happy Birthday @emirates https://t.co/9c62LJ73GW
As the world's largest long haul airline, @emirates, celebrates its anniversary, its business built around connecting the world via @DXB is being challenged by #COVIDー19, forcing it to course correct and downsize. Happy birthday EK ! Here's to another 35 years 🥂✈️ #avgeek https://t.co/seSu2t1Ypn