Indian Airlines


'Indian Airlines' - 192 News Result(s)

  • Airlines Told To Raise Capacity To Keep Fares In Check

    Airlines Told To Raise Capacity To Keep Fares In Check

    The government has already advised domestic airlines not to go in for predatory air fare pricing as several 737-MAX aircraft were grounded due to safety reasons in the wake of a plane crash in Ethiopia.

  • Revealed: Exact Role Of Ajit Doval In Masood Azhar's Release For IC 814

    Revealed: Exact Role Of Ajit Doval In Masood Azhar's Release For IC 814

    The release of terror mastermind Masood Azhar in 1999 in exchange for the 155 passengers held hostage on the hijacked Indian Airlines flight IC-814 is at the core of an electoral battle today, but many details of this swap remain secret.

  • Jet, SpiceJet To Be Asked For Info On Boeing Model After Ethiopia Crash

    Jet, SpiceJet To Be Asked For Info On Boeing Model After Ethiopia Crash

    India's aviation watchdog DGCA is expected to examine concerns about the use of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft after the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, according to a senior official. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is likely to speak to both Boeing and airlines like Jet Airways and SpiceJet, which operate the latest variant of Boeing's b...

  • Vistara To Be First Indian Airline To Offer Sanitary Pads On Flights

    Vistara To Be First Indian Airline To Offer Sanitary Pads On Flights

    Full-service carrier Vistara has announced a "#PadsOnBoard" initiative, under which it will provide sanitary pads onboard to women travellers on request, starting from this International Women's Day on March 8.

  • "Slap From Army Officer Shook Him Completely": Ex-Cop On Masood Azhar

    "Slap From Army Officer Shook Him Completely": Ex-Cop On Masood Azhar

    Masood Azhar, the chief of Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed, was an "easy man" to handle in custody and he got shaken up on the first "slap" from an Army officer, prompting him to blurt out details of his movements, said a former police officer who interrogated him after his arrest in 1994.

  • US-Based Boeing Raises Forecast On Orders From Indian Airlines By 9.5%

    US-Based Boeing Raises Forecast On Orders From Indian Airlines By 9.5%

    Boeing expects India to become the third-largest commercial aviation market by the early 2020s. High oil prices, hefty fuel taxes and a weak rupee have hurt airlines' profitability this year, although pressure is starting to ease as oil prices fall and the currency firms.

  • India's Airlines Seek Emergency Credit From Oil Firms, Airports: Report

    India's Airlines Seek Emergency Credit From Oil Firms, Airports: Report

    Airlines in India are asking the government to help them obtain unsecured credit from oil companies and airports, as fuel-price increases push them deeper into losses and imperil their survival. Competition and aggressive pricing are stopping fares from rising to reflect higher input costs, the Federation of Indian Airlines said in a letter sent to...

  • Airports Sprout Across India As Aviation Industry Rides Economic Boom

    Airports Sprout Across India As Aviation Industry Rides Economic Boom

    The prime selfie spot for residents of this central Indian city isn't its decaying 16th century royal fort or its world-famous marble market. It's the terminal at Kishangarh Airport in Rajasthan - a small, low-slung building that offers a new gateway to the world.

  • After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    Days after the release of a terrorist's father in exchange for kidnapped family members of policemen, a top level police officer in Jammu and Kashmir has been transferred. Sources say state police chief SP Vaid is the next in line and the order is likely to come tomorrow. In nearly 20 years, the government has not negotiated with terrorists -- the ...

  • India Considers Relief Package For Battered Airlines: Report

    India Considers Relief Package For Battered Airlines: Report

    India on Tuesday said it was working on a relief package for a battered airline industry that an aviation consultancy forecasts will lose up to $1.9 billion this financial year, mainly from rising costs and low fares.

  • 30% Of Complaints About Indian Airlines Came For One Problem: Centre

    30% Of Complaints About Indian Airlines Came For One Problem: Centre

    Complaints against domestic air carriers swelled to more than 7,200 in the last 20 months, government data has revealed.

  • India's Airline Fleet To Double To 1,100 By 2027: Study

    India's Airline Fleet To Double To 1,100 By 2027: Study

    International aircraft leasing company Avolon has forecasted that India's current passenger jet fleet will double to almost 1,100 by 2027.

  • Don't Roster Air India, Ex-Indian Airlines Crew Together: Pilots' Group

    Don't Roster Air India, Ex-Indian Airlines Crew Together: Pilots' Group

    A group of pilots have objected to bunching together of the cockpit crew of Air India and the former Indian Airlines in the state-run carrier's rostering system unless seniority issues are sorted out. The Indian Commercial Pilots' Association or ICPA on Wednesday expressed its "strong objection" to the common rostering system.

  • Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    The aviation regulator DGCA on Tuesday proposed new rules on working hours and rest time for cabin crew to prevent airlines from making staffers work beyond duty hours. The draft norms give a maximum 22 hours of duty time for cabin crew on long-haul flight (over 16 hours or more)

  • Court Seeks Centre, Aviation Body's Stand On Plea Over Pilots' Duty Limitations

    Court Seeks Centre, Aviation Body's Stand On Plea Over Pilots' Duty Limitations

    The Delhi High Court today sought the stands of the Centre and aviation regulator DGCA on the pleas of Air India and Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), a body of major Indian airlines, on the issue of changes in the stipulated flight and duty time limitations (FDTL) of pilots.

'Indian Airlines' - 45 Video Result(s)

'Indian Airlines' - 192 News Result(s)

  • Airlines Told To Raise Capacity To Keep Fares In Check

    Airlines Told To Raise Capacity To Keep Fares In Check

    The government has already advised domestic airlines not to go in for predatory air fare pricing as several 737-MAX aircraft were grounded due to safety reasons in the wake of a plane crash in Ethiopia.

  • Revealed: Exact Role Of Ajit Doval In Masood Azhar's Release For IC 814

    Revealed: Exact Role Of Ajit Doval In Masood Azhar's Release For IC 814

    The release of terror mastermind Masood Azhar in 1999 in exchange for the 155 passengers held hostage on the hijacked Indian Airlines flight IC-814 is at the core of an electoral battle today, but many details of this swap remain secret.

  • Jet, SpiceJet To Be Asked For Info On Boeing Model After Ethiopia Crash

    Jet, SpiceJet To Be Asked For Info On Boeing Model After Ethiopia Crash

    India's aviation watchdog DGCA is expected to examine concerns about the use of Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft after the Ethiopian Airlines crash on Sunday, according to a senior official. The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is likely to speak to both Boeing and airlines like Jet Airways and SpiceJet, which operate the latest variant of Boeing's b...

  • Vistara To Be First Indian Airline To Offer Sanitary Pads On Flights

    Vistara To Be First Indian Airline To Offer Sanitary Pads On Flights

    Full-service carrier Vistara has announced a "#PadsOnBoard" initiative, under which it will provide sanitary pads onboard to women travellers on request, starting from this International Women's Day on March 8.

  • "Slap From Army Officer Shook Him Completely": Ex-Cop On Masood Azhar

    "Slap From Army Officer Shook Him Completely": Ex-Cop On Masood Azhar

    Masood Azhar, the chief of Pakistan-based terror group Jaish-e-Mohammed, was an "easy man" to handle in custody and he got shaken up on the first "slap" from an Army officer, prompting him to blurt out details of his movements, said a former police officer who interrogated him after his arrest in 1994.

  • US-Based Boeing Raises Forecast On Orders From Indian Airlines By 9.5%

    US-Based Boeing Raises Forecast On Orders From Indian Airlines By 9.5%

    Boeing expects India to become the third-largest commercial aviation market by the early 2020s. High oil prices, hefty fuel taxes and a weak rupee have hurt airlines' profitability this year, although pressure is starting to ease as oil prices fall and the currency firms.

  • India's Airlines Seek Emergency Credit From Oil Firms, Airports: Report

    India's Airlines Seek Emergency Credit From Oil Firms, Airports: Report

    Airlines in India are asking the government to help them obtain unsecured credit from oil companies and airports, as fuel-price increases push them deeper into losses and imperil their survival. Competition and aggressive pricing are stopping fares from rising to reflect higher input costs, the Federation of Indian Airlines said in a letter sent to...

  • Airports Sprout Across India As Aviation Industry Rides Economic Boom

    Airports Sprout Across India As Aviation Industry Rides Economic Boom

    The prime selfie spot for residents of this central Indian city isn't its decaying 16th century royal fort or its world-famous marble market. It's the terminal at Kishangarh Airport in Rajasthan - a small, low-slung building that offers a new gateway to the world.

  • After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    After Kashmir's Kidnapping Fiasco, Changes In Police Top Order: 10 Points

    Days after the release of a terrorist's father in exchange for kidnapped family members of policemen, a top level police officer in Jammu and Kashmir has been transferred. Sources say state police chief SP Vaid is the next in line and the order is likely to come tomorrow. In nearly 20 years, the government has not negotiated with terrorists -- the ...

  • India Considers Relief Package For Battered Airlines: Report

    India Considers Relief Package For Battered Airlines: Report

    India on Tuesday said it was working on a relief package for a battered airline industry that an aviation consultancy forecasts will lose up to $1.9 billion this financial year, mainly from rising costs and low fares.

  • 30% Of Complaints About Indian Airlines Came For One Problem: Centre

    30% Of Complaints About Indian Airlines Came For One Problem: Centre

    Complaints against domestic air carriers swelled to more than 7,200 in the last 20 months, government data has revealed.

  • India's Airline Fleet To Double To 1,100 By 2027: Study

    India's Airline Fleet To Double To 1,100 By 2027: Study

    International aircraft leasing company Avolon has forecasted that India's current passenger jet fleet will double to almost 1,100 by 2027.

  • Don't Roster Air India, Ex-Indian Airlines Crew Together: Pilots' Group

    Don't Roster Air India, Ex-Indian Airlines Crew Together: Pilots' Group

    A group of pilots have objected to bunching together of the cockpit crew of Air India and the former Indian Airlines in the state-run carrier's rostering system unless seniority issues are sorted out. The Indian Commercial Pilots' Association or ICPA on Wednesday expressed its "strong objection" to the common rostering system.

  • Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    Aviation Regulator Proposes New Working Hours, Rest Time For Airline Crew

    The aviation regulator DGCA on Tuesday proposed new rules on working hours and rest time for cabin crew to prevent airlines from making staffers work beyond duty hours. The draft norms give a maximum 22 hours of duty time for cabin crew on long-haul flight (over 16 hours or more)

  • Court Seeks Centre, Aviation Body's Stand On Plea Over Pilots' Duty Limitations

    Court Seeks Centre, Aviation Body's Stand On Plea Over Pilots' Duty Limitations

    The Delhi High Court today sought the stands of the Centre and aviation regulator DGCA on the pleas of Air India and Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), a body of major Indian airlines, on the issue of changes in the stipulated flight and duty time limitations (FDTL) of pilots.

'Indian Airlines' - 45 Video Result(s)

Your search did not match any documents
A few suggestions
  • Make sure all words are spelled correctly
  • Try different keywords
  • Try more general keywords
Check the NDTV Archives:http://archives.ndtv.com

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................