Air India Express, India’s leading low cost carrier, will introduce Ras Al Khaimah as a new destination on its summer schedule this month, connecting the UAE emirate and Kozhikode (Calicut) in India.
This comes on the back o
Air India's new chief is betting an 'open door' policy will help defuse years of soured relations with the flag carrier's more than 20,000 staff, paving the way for potentially painful change at the loss-making airline.
An Air India flight enroute to Italy on Thursday had to make a sudden return to New Delhi after a ‘suspected rat sighting’ two hours into the journey.
The Dreamliner with almost 200 people on board was on its way to Mi
Some tense scenes were witnessed in an Air India plane's cockpit between the captain and his deputy in Jaipur, Rajasthan (India) on April 5, just before taking-off for New Delhi, a report said.
When AI 611 was getting ready to fly,
Travelport, a leading travel commerce platform providing distribution, technology, payment and other solutions, has announced Air India has signed up as the 50th airline for the company’s merchandising platform.
US authorities have downgraded India's aviation safety rating, citing a lack of safety oversight, meaning the country's carriers cannot increase flights to the world's biggest aviation market and face extra checks for existing ones.
Passengers were stranded in Bahrain overnight after their Air India flight was delayed due to a technical error.
The flight was due to depart for Delhi, via Abu Dhabi, on Monday night, said a report in the Gulf Daily News (GDN), o
Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, today announced its intention to purchase from Air India five Boeing 777-200 LRs, the longest range passenger aircraft in operation to support its accelerated network growth pla
Nearly 40 passengers were stranded in Bahrain for several hours yesterday as a strike by pilots at Air India went into its sixth day.
The Indian carrier was forced to cancel more than 20 international flights, including Air India Express
A research group pegs Indian aviation, growing at 18.4 per cent, as the ninth biggest market in the world, but pilots quitting Air India and Kingfisher may stall its pace.
Debt and prolonged underperformance are not the only things nagging