Air India pilot bodies seek meeting with Hardeep Singh Puri on privatisation
The pilot bodies, in a communication to Puri, said that the airline management appraised it of the status of disinvestment during a recent meeting but it did not provide any clarity on pending issues or provide any roadmap with regards to the future of employees.
Sonakshi Sinha slams IndiGo on Twitter for returning her luggage with a damaged handle & missing wheel
Sinha shared a video accusing the airl...
India attaches importance to Myanmar's cooperation against insurgent groups: PM Modi to Suu Kyi
Prime Minister Modi emphasised the value Indi...
SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh pledges 1.67 crore shares
With the latest pledge of shares, a total of 26.32 per cent shareholding of Singh is now encumbered.
United Airlines India boss has been practising Sahaja yoga for 14 yrs, helps him de-stress
Harvinder Singh also conducts workshops for educational institutions, corporate houses, NGOs.
Time to heal: After conversion of state to UT, let opposition parties back into Kashmir
While the political debate on the decision to revoke Article 370 has been more or less settled in the rest of India, the hard part begins now in Srinagar. Block development elections have just been conducted in Kashmir, as have Class X board exams in which 99% of 88,832 students appeared. The best way to answer critics is to open access, even if it is controlled.
Vistara to start flights on Mumbai-Colombo route from Nov 25
Vistara airlines to start daily non-stop flights on Mumbai-Colombo route from November 25 onwards this year. Since August, the airline has started flights connecting India with Dubai, Bangkok and Singapore, now Colombo being the fourth destination.
‘China occupying large areas of Jammu & Kashmir and Ladakh’
“China deplores and firmly opposes that. India unilaterally changed its domestic laws and administrative division challenging China’s sovereignty,” he said. Responding strongly, the MEA in a statement said: “The matter of reorganisation... is entirely an internal affair of India... We expect other countries to respect India’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.”
Pakistan invitees to Kartarpur will have to seek clearance: MEA
India has given Pakistan a list of 480 pilgrims for the inaugural 'jatha', and is awaiting clearance from Pakistan.
DGCA announces rules to minimise passenger inconvenience; asks airlines to resolve social media complaints too
The airlines will have to send periodic messages to passengers to keep them updated on delays.
InterGlobe Aviation up 7% as firm orders record 300 planes
HDFC Securities has ‘Buy’ call on Interglobe Aviation with a target price of Rs 1,610.
Airlines, govt discuss the issue of competitive fares
The issue of fares has been raised at a time when the industry is entering into third quarter, which is a high demand period for the airlines.
Boeing CEO knew about pilot’s warnings before second crash
Investigations by The New York Times have revealed that Boeing employees sometimes felt pressure to play down safety concerns and meet deadlines, that key FAA officials didn’t fully understand MCAS.
Govt refuses airlines’ plea for more bilateral rights
The Modi-led NDA government, since the time it took charge in 2014, has been cautious in increasing foreign flying rights with countries within 5,000 km radius of India.
Post govt nod, SpiceXpress drones moving to the runway
Catering to fast-growing e-commerce sectors, SpiceXpress, the cargo division of SpiceJet has partnered with Throttle Aerospace Systems to use beyond visual line of sight (BVLOS) drones for very urgent deliveries hoping to start by early January.
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