Panaji: A passenger of an IndiGo flight was caught smoking in the aircraft toilet by the cabin crew on Christmas day. A strong odour of cigarette smoke came from the toilet on board IndiGo flight 6E-947, going from Ahmedabad to Goa on December 25, following which the cabin crew questioned the man.
Srinagar: Several GoAir passengers from Srinagar to Jammu were left shocked on Sunday as their flight reached its destination without their baggage.
New Delhi: The government move to levy 5 per cent import duty on aviation turbine fuel (ATF) is likely to have only a marginal impact on airlines as the volume of jet fuel coming into the country is less than 4 per cent of the total consumption.
New Delhi: To meet rising demand during Dusshera season, Air India will operate Boeing 747 Jumbo aircraft on two main domestic routes from October 16 to 21.
New Delhi: The board of ONGC has, for the second time in just over a month, approved selling its entire 49 per cent stake in helicopter service provider Pawan Hans alongside government’s privatisation bid, officials with direct knowledge of the development said.
New Delhi/Hyderabad: A four-month-old baby died after developing a breathing problem onboard a Patna-bound IndiGo flight at the Hyderabad airport on Tuesday. The boy was travelling with his parents from Bengaluru in the flight when he developed the breathing problem, police said.
New Delhi: The government on Tuesday sought India’s Parliament’s approval for Rs 980 crore as supplementary grant for equity infusion in Air India which is grappling with financial crunch.
New Delhi: In a shocking incident, a foetus was recovered from a lavatory of an Air Asia plane after it landed in Delhi’s IGI Airport from Guwahati on Wednesday afternoon, the police said. The crew of flight I5 784, which took off from Imphal, informed about this to the police and authorities.
New Delhi: Debt-laden Air India has received Rs 27,195.21 crore worth equity infusion till date from the government under the turnaround and financial restructuring plans approved back in 2012.
Mumbai: Air India said on Tuesday the incidents of bed bug bites in its flights from the US were isolated ones but it had taken a “serious” view of the complaints and carried out an extensive service of the aircraft, including fumigation, as the airline continued to face flak from passengers.