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Why global aviation sector worried over Air India's transformation?

Dubai's Emirates, Turkish Airlines and Kuwaiti carrier Jazeera Airways all called for sharp increases in traffic rights to and from India to meet demand. Vietnam and Indonesia also want more flights, an Indian official said.

Air India passenger aircraft is seen on the tarmac at Chhatrapati Shivaji International airport in Mumbai.(REUTERS)
Published on Mar 22, 2023 09:43 AM IST
Reuters | | Posted by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar

IndiGo Q3 result: Profit soars as air travel recovers from Covid

IndiGo has been contending with surging fuel costs and currency volatility that hit profit for the past three quarters.

IndiGo profit came in at 14.18 billion rupees ($173.22 million) in the quarter that ended December 31.
Published on Feb 03, 2023 06:26 PM IST
Reuters | | Posted by Singh Rahul Sunilkumar

Watch: ‘Unruly’ passenger on Australian flight angers pilot. Here's what he did

The video shows a brawl between a passenger and the pilot outside the cockpit. Another passenger and a flight attendant are seen trying to separate the two.

The passenger, while initially refusing to deboard even as he is pushed towards the exit, later agreed to leave after the pilot asked the staff to call the cops, the local media reported.(Twitter/Flightmodeblog)
Updated on Jan 07, 2023 10:16 AM IST
By | Edited by Aryan Prakash

Lufthansa expects air travel crisis won't end this year

The German airline is canceling over 2,000 additional flights at its Frankfurt and Munich hubs due to staff shortages.

The announcement comes two weeks after Lufthansa said it would cancel 900 connections in July(Vasco Garcia/dpa/picture alliance )
Published on Jun 26, 2022 02:37 PM IST

Airline staff shortages threaten to ruin millions of summer holidays

From Sydney, where passengers are waiting for hours to check in, to chaotic scenes in India and Europe, where the UK has seen weeks of disruption and Deutsche Lufthansa AG is canceling hundreds of flights, the aviation industry doesn’t have nearly enough people to run operations smoothly, even as post-summer demand for travel is still unclear.

Compounding the misery for travelers, Amsterdam’s Schiphol and London’s Gatwick airports both plan to limit passenger numbers during the peak summer vacation period amid staffing shortages.(AFP)
Published on Jun 17, 2022 02:43 PM IST
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