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AI contemplates further crackdown on striking pilots

A further crackdown on the striking Air India pilots is being contemplated by the management and that 300 pilots could be dismissed with the 35-day-old strike on Sunday showing no signs of being calle

Ajit Singh lauds AI women pilots for ensuring safe landing


Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh on Monday lauded the courage and grit of two women pilots, who safely landed a Guwahati-bound Air India aircraft, which lost one of the nose wheels during take off f

High service tax, ATF price hurting aviation sector: Ajit Singh


With the aviation sector facing acute crisis, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh is unhappy over the recent increase in service tax on air tickets and high jet fuel price and would take up the issu

Air India flight makes emergency landing

A Silchar-Guwahati Air India flight made an emergency landing at the Lokopriya Gopinath Bordoli International airport here on Sunday.

All passengers in the plane are safe, Air India sources sai

Alert AI pilot saves life of 48 onboard passengers

Fifty-two people on board Silchar-Guwahati Air India flight had a narrow escape today when the plane lost one of its nose wheels during take off and had to land under emergency conditions at Guwahati airport.

AI plane loses nose wheel, woman pilot lands safely in emergency conditions

Fifty-two passengers and crew on an Air India plane had a narrow escape on Sunday when the alert woman pilot showed courage and landed the turboprop aircraft safely under emergency conditions at Guwah

Govt may approve compensation package from Boeing


Expecting Air India to induct the first three Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft this month, government is likely to approve next week a compensation package from the US aircraft manufacturer for an ove

Strike: Air India to hire new pilots


With the strike by union pilots flying Air India’s global routes nearing a month’s completion, Air India is firming up plans to hire pilots for operating its international flig-hts on a contract basis

Govt unveils new plans for AI’s global operations


Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh on Wednesday unveiled new plans for international operations of strike-hit Air India including starting of two new flights to Kuala Lumpur and London and resuming of operations to Hong Kong, Osaka and Seoul by August 1.

Govt vitually shuts doors on agitating AI pilots


Virtually shutting the doors on the striking Air India pilots, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh on Wednesday said the sacked cockpit crew could return only if they applied afresh when the ailing

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