Monthly Archives: April 2019

Why Airlines of India fail internationally?

Air India… Air Sahara.. KingFisher… and now Jet Airways… The biggest expense in aviation is the cost of fuel. In general any Indian aircraft that flies more planes to the Gulf will always be more successful. If they give 40Kg check in luggage instead of 30kg it will be a bonus… more people will go for that airlines whenever the price is equal.

Its unbelievable that Instead of the fuel… they are haggling about whether they need to serve food… in flight?

Jet Airways flew just 1 flight to India from say Qatar per day while Etihad & Qatar Airways fly about 20 flights to India EACH airlines daily! This is a ratio of 1: 40 and we did not even add other GCC airlines.

Indigo is super economical to fly (difference is atleast Rs 7,000/tkt compared to Etihad & Qatar Airways) (multiply it by 4 for the number of tickets for NRI families). But even Indigo never bothered to increased number of flights per day.

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MicroMax Revolt electric motorcycle sighted! – HONESTLY DISAPPOINTED :-(

A camouflaged electric motorcycle prototype has been spotted recently and reports suggest that the motorcycle in question is Revolt’s first product. The prototype features production-ready bodywork suggesting that the launch plan is progressing as per schedule.

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Electric Motorcycle with  Haryana Registration (the company is located in Manesar, Gurugram, Haryana)

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MicroMax EV – India’s biggest EV moment!

This could as big as Apple developing the Apple Electric Car called The Titan. It could be bigger than the Titan because Titan’s future is uncertain. In Feb 2019 Apple had dismissed around 200 staff working on Project Titan.

The only other smartphone maker working in EV is Xiaomi.

 Micromax, on Thursday launched his new company-Revolt Intellicorp that will manufacture India’s first AI-enabled electric motorcycle.

India rules the world in… Continue reading