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DGCA raps AI over safety violations
May 19, 2013
Facing a court case for allegedly turning a blind eye towards safety violations on-board some international Air India fl ...
Mumbai fliers unlikely to experience AI’s Dreamliner
May 18, 2013
Though Air India’s Dreamliner fleet resumed operations from May 15, fliers from Mumbai are likely to witness a long wait ...
Fliers’ body threatens to take ministry to court
May 18, 2013
An air passenger body has threatened to drag the civil aviation ministry to court over its new policy that permits airli ...
Soon, pilots may get real-time weather updates on board
May 17, 2013
The Indian Meteorological Department (IMD) has finalised a new technology that would deliver a computer generated voice ...
New aviation policy for safer take-offs, landings at airport
May 13, 2013
Pilots of passenger flights can no longer let junior colleagues in the cockpit to practise take-off and landings as t ...
Will not investigate flight that landed at SA airbase: DGCA
May 10, 2013
DGCA chief Arun Mishra said his office won’t be probing into the April 30 incident where, according to a government a ...
Jet goes the AI way, reduces free baggage limit by 5kg
May 9, 2013
Within days of the national carrier reducing free check-in baggage limit by five kilograms, Jet Airways has followed sui ...
Men plan holidays in advance, women spend more
May 6, 2013
Men plan a vacation in advance to take advantage of discounted deals. On the other hand, few women plan their holidays a ...
Get refund if airline denies paid service
May 5, 2013
Fliers will be eligible for a refund if airlines fail to deliver paid services such as lounge facilities, check-in ba ...
‘AI centre can’t give simulator training to pilots’
May 4, 2013
Finding discrepancies in its records, the aviation safety regulator has barred Air India’s pilots’ training centre from ...
Mumbai airport security officer transferred
May 3, 2013
AKS Billawria, regional deputy director with Bureau of Civil Aviation Security in Mumbai, was transferred to a smaller a ...
‘Indian pilots poorly trained for landing on wet runways’
May 1, 2013
Indian pilots are inadequately trained for landing on wet runways, as the drill followed by domestic carriers for monsoo ...
You will have to pay more to make air travel comfortable
May 1, 2013
The government’s move to unbundle certain charges collected as part of air tickets could make flying more value for mone ...
Your check-ins will take longer with new airfare rules
May 1, 2013
Fliers are concerned that the government’s decision to allow airlines to charge for certain services will mean not just ...
Private jet flights down by 11% in 2 yrs
April 29, 2013
Amid concerns over high air fares pushing new fliers back to train travel, another set of statistics show that even t ...
Indian American teen invents 20-second charger
Aurangzeb has a slow start at box office
Fake Facebook accounts stump popular Bihar cop
Meerut girl thrashes boyfriend for not marrying her
The Past shines at Cannes Film Festival
Spot-fixing: Cops crashed Sreesanth’s party
Hell in a cell: tears, regret and no sleep for Sreesanth
‘Was asleep when Aarushi was killed’
Like his sport, Sreesanth's business innings also failed
Riteish Deshmukh back with Salman Khan
When Led Zep Reunited
100 years of Indian cinema
Rajasthan Royals terminate contracts of tainted trio
Cricket fans feel cheated after spot-fixing scandal, survey finds
Deep anti-Muslim bias in anti-terror operations, claims website
India, China agree to make efforts to end border row
Karzai will seek Indian military aid during visit
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