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Air India requests 'inactive' crew to immediately join work
Posted on 16th March 2019
New Delhi: National carrier Air India on Friday requested its "inactive" crew members to "immediately" join work at a time when the airline has been forced to cancel and reroute a number of US and Europe-bound flights due to closure of Pakistan airspace since February 27.

Air India suspends Delhi-Madrid, Delhi-Birmingham flights from March 16
Posted on 14th March 2019
Air India announced it is suspending its flights on Delhi-Madrid and Delhi-Birmingham routes from March 16 till further notice due to “operational reasons”.

As Pakistan has kept its airspace closed since February 26 due to the Balakot air strike by Indian air force, Air India’s expenditure on flights to Europe and the US have significantly increased.

Air India losing Rs 3 crore daily due to closure of Pakistan airspace
Posted on 8th March 2019
Air India is incurring a loss of around Rs 3 crore daily on its Europe, US flights due to the closure of Pakistan airspace, a senior airline official said on Thursday. Last Wednesday, Pakistan closed its airspace to all overflying flights forcing airlines from India and other nations to take a detour. This has led to increase in flight duration and has put a strain on Mumbai’s air traffic controllers, who are working extra shifts to handle the increase in traffic.

All women crew to fly 12 international, 40 domestic Air India flights today
Posted on 8th March 2019
National carrier Air India will be flying 12 international flights as well as 40-plus domestic flights with an all-women crew on Friday, Women's Day.

Air India will be deploying its B787 Dreamliners and B777s aircraft to operate to 12 international medium and long-haul flights solely operated exclusively by women pilots and attended by women cabin crew.

SpiceJet embraces Amadeus after Air India moves away
Posted on 7th March 2019
Ajay Singh-promoted budget airline SpiceJet, which is making efforts to improve its distribution in the international market, has appointed travel technology solutions provider Amadeus as its first global distribution partner.

The entire ticketing inventory will continue to be available to domestic travellers through existing channels as well as with Amadeus with a different pricing, the airline said in a statement.

Air India, Vistara not to carry grounded Jet Airways passengers
Posted on 2nd March 2019
Accommodating passengers from its cancelled flights has become harder for Jet Airways as at least two airlines have cancelled their ‘flight interruption manifest (FIM) agreement’ with the airline.

This comes at a time when the cash-strapped airline is cancelling more than 100 flights daily due to grounding of its planes.

Air India employee hit by IndiGo bus ‘stable and improving’
Posted on 26th February 2019
An Air India employee, who was hit by an IndiGo bus carrying passengers to an aircraft at Bengaluru airport on Saturday evening, is “stable and improving” at a hospital, said the spokesperson of the national carrier Monday.

In response to a specific query from PTI about the employee’s health, Air India’s spokesperson said, “Employee is stable and improving in hospital.”

Air India Express launches international operations from Surat
Posted on 18th February 2019
Surat: Gujarat's 'diamond city' Surat has made it to the international aviation map with the first Air India Express flight arriving here carrying 75 passengers from Sharjah, the airline said on Sunday.

The maiden Air India Express flight IX 172 from Sharjah touched down atthe Surat airport at 11.30 pm on Saturday with 75 passengers on board the Boeing 737-800 aircraft, the airline said in a statement.

Cabinet approves Ashwani Lohani's appointment as of Air India
Posted on 14th February 2019
Ashwani Lohani to be Air India's new Chief Managing Director

The Cabinet on Wednesday approved the appointment of Ashwani Lohani as the new Chief Managing Director of Air India. Lohani was retired from his previous role as Railway Board Chairman on January 1.

Air India debt: Govt may refinance three-fourth of airline’s Rs 29,000-crore debt
Posted on 13th February 2019
The government may refinance three-fourth of Air India’s Rs 29,000 crore debt, which has been transferred to a special purpose vehicle, through non-convertible debentures (NCDs) or fresh loans.

Air India has written to the ministry of civil aviation to refinance or restructure the debt as it will help reduce the interest burden.

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