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AI crisis worsens, 25 more pilots sacked


The crisis in Air India worsened today with the airline management sacking 25 more pilots and writing to DGCA to cancel the licenses of 11 dismissed office bearers of the Indian Pilots Guild (IPG) aft

Transport dept study to help identify mini bus routes

Mini buses in Chennai are unlikely to ply on all the routes suggested by the Anna University as the transport department has decided to put on hold the recommendations made by varsity experts.


Air India stops bookings for US, Europe till May 15

Kingfisher Airlines faced fresh turbulence today when a section of its pilots in Delhi reported sick leading to cancellation of 15 flights, adding to the woes of passengers hit by the stir by Air Indi

Air India risks losing bailout as pilots agitate

State-owned Air India risks losing a $5.8 billion government bailout, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said on Thursday, as industrial action by pilots disrupted flights for a fourth day.

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Britain's Prince Charles reads out Scotland weather

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Britain's Prince Charles presented a special weather forecast for the BBC during a visit to the broadcaster's Scotland headquarters in Glasgow.

The Telegraph newspaper reported that Prince Charles a

2 Air India flights make emergency landings at K'kode, Chennai


Two Air India flights with 254 passengers on board made emergency landings at Kozhikode and Chennai airports respectively after suffering a bird hit and oil leakage, airport sources said.

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Air travel from Mumbai to become costlier from Tuesday

The cost of air travel from the city will go up by Rs 600 for those flying to overseas destinations and by Rs 100 for domestic travellers with the levy of development fee from Tuesday.

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Delhi airport to be world's most expensive: IATA

The New Delhi airport will become the world's most expensive, with its operator GMR Infrastructure Ltd permitted to raise charges, hurting the airport's ambition to become an aviation hub, an airline

Helmet for women riding pillion soon: GNCT to HC


The city government on Wednesday informed the Delhi High Court that it has decided to amend the motor vehicle rules to ensure safety of woman pillion riders on two wheelers and make it mandatory for t

Charred wreckage litters Pakistan plane crash site

The smell of burning filled the air at the scene of Friday's deadly plane crash on the outskirts of Islamabad, where chunks of charred wreckage lay scattered across farmland.

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