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New Alliance Air flight connects Vizag, Vijayawada, Tirupati

The new flight will be operated on all days except Wednesdays on the Vizag/Vijayawada/Tirupati /Vijayawada/Vizag sector

Air India to launch direct Delhi-Washington flight

This will be the only direct flight connecting the two cities with a Boeing 777-200LR aircraft.

Airline companies behaving like ‘goons’, says Shiv Sena

New Delhi: The Shiv Sena on Thursday said airline companies were behaving like "goons" by letting terrorists take flights but imposing restrictions on the...

Rage republic

An unrepentant Gaikwad had even publicly bragged about hitting the airline manager “25 times with his slippers.” His deplorable conduct is consistent with his party’s track record of using muscle power to make a political point.

New Air India flights from Vizag

Visakhapatnam: Air India has announced operating some new flight services from Visakhapatnam from April 1. The flights from Visakhapatnam to Bhubaneswar, Raipur and Tirupati...

Two more airlines ‘ban’ Shiv Sena MP

While AirAsia said it "will support any decision taken by the industry", Vistara said "the concerned individual will be barred from flying on any of our flights with immediate effect".

Defiant Shiv Sena MP says he won’t apologise over plane incident

Shiv Sena MP said he went out to watch a Bollywood movie last night to "relax" himself after journalists sought his reaction over the incident.

Shiv Sena MP ‘blacklisted’ for assaulting Air India staffer

An Air India official confirmed to IANS that the order "blacklisting him with immediate effect" has been issued, but the period and other details are not yet available.

Hyderabad to have most advanced simulator

“Come October, we will be having one more simulator for training on ATR aircraft. We expect it to be operational by December,” said Captain Amitabh Singh, Executive Director (Training), CTE.

First-of-its-kind Aviation University soon in Hyderabad

The Central Training Establishment of Air India will establish the deemed university on its sprawling campus in Ferozguda.

Ministers seeks action against Sena MP for assault on airline staff

Shiv Sena supported its legislator, saying he is not the kind of person who loses his temper, the Congress threatened to rake up the issue in Parliament.

Air India flight grounded in London due to bird hit

"AI-171 Ahmedabad-London-Newark flight was grounded due to bird hit incident yesterday (Wednesday). Due to this unfortunate incident, London Newark and Newark London flight is cancelled," Air India said in a statement.

Air India to commence New Delhi-Tel Aviv flights by May

"We are looking forward to the opening of the direct route to Israel in a few months' time. I believe this will have a positive effect on the tourism traffic between our two countries," Air India Chairman and Managing Director Ashwani Lohani said.

Air India removes operations head

Air India has its Central Training Establishment (CTE) in Hyderabad. The CTE imparts training in various aspects of aviation.

Air India puts 2 Dreamliners on sale to raise USD 250 mn

Currently, the airline has 23 Dreamliners in its fleet. The airline has already sold and leased back the remaining 21 Dreamliners under the SLB arrangement.

Air India operations head taken off flying duty

The orders to remove Air India Executive Director (Operations) Capt A K Kathpalia from flying duties were issued by the DGCA flight safety department for skipping the mandatory pre-flight medical test.

Low-cost carriers to remain profitable, but domestic industry may go in the red: report

It said though the low cost carriers are expected to remain profitable, yields could potentially decline further than assumed, given the capacity induction planned.

Aircraft hit by a bird, all passengers safe: Air India

All the passengers deplaned safely after the aircraft landed at Jaipur.

AI pilot, crew member fail alcohol test, grounded for 3 months

As part of the DGCA safety regulations, all pilots and cabin crew must undergo breath analyser test before and after flights.

Air India asks over-weight staffers to ‘shape up’

Government-owned airlines Air-India, cracked a whip on 57 of its 'over-weight' staff members and asked them to 'shape up' and 'stay fit'. The removed crew members will be barred from flying and put on ground duty.

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