Top-heavy AI to hire 10 more directors
The recruitments would increase the number of EDs in the airline. “AI already has about 20 EDs, out of which six EDs who retired have been retained. With these new appointments, the number will go up to about 30,” said an official. An ED’s salary is in the range of Rs 2 lakh per month.
Do not use Indian cases to stall proceedings in UK: SC to Mallya
The Supreme Court on Monday asked chairman of the now defunct Kingfisher Air...
GoAir cancels 19 flights across destinations
The Mumbai-based airline had cancelled 21 flights on Monday, owning to non-availability of so...
Indian citizens have reacted against General Soleimani's assassination: Javad Zarif
Zarif focused on the recent killing of Iranian Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander Qasem Soleimani, claiming that US President Donald Trump had authorised his assassination seven months ago.
After Jet Airways' demise, Lufthansa plans to 'strengthen' partnerships with Indian airlines
For 2020, the Lufthansa group will be trying to strengthen Indian partnerships so that Indian carriers can bring passengers from second and third-tier cities to its four gateways. However, apart from launching a Munich-Bengaluru flight service in April, the airline does not plan to start any other flight service in 2020.
Avoid all non-essential travel to Iraq: MEA’s advice
In an advisory by the Ministry of External Affairs, it advised Indian citizens to avoid unimportant travel to Iraq in view of the prevailing situation in the Gulf country. It said Indian nationals residing in Iraq are advised to be alert and may avoid travel within Iraq.
300 Indians stranded at Al Maktoum Airport near Dubai
About 300 Indian passengers, many of them from Hyderabad, were stranded for over 12 hours without food or water at the Al Maktoum International Airport (DWC) on Saturday after their flight to Dubai was diverted due to heavy rainfall. Terminal 1 at the Dubai International Airport (DBX) was, reportedly, flooded.
US asks its airlines be cautious in Pakistan airspace due to "extremist or militant activity"
There is a risk to US civil aviation operating in the territory and airspace of Pakistan due to extremist/militant activity," said the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in a notice to airmen (NOTAM) dated December 30, 2019. The NOTAM is applicable to all US-based airlines and US-based pilots.
Supreme Court asks Karnataka HC to finish Vijay Mallya's plea hearings in 6 months
UBHL and Mallya had appealed against the order to a division bench of the court. They had also sought a stay on the liquidation of assets till a final adjudication on the issue. The matter has been pending before the High Court.
Govt making all efforts to raise stature of Hindi globally: MoS MEA V Muraleedharan
Muraleedharan was addressing a gathering of diplomats, students of the Hindi language from various countries, poets and other personalities on 'Vishwa Hindi Diwas' at the Jawaharlal Nehru Bhawan here. He reiterated that the Centre has been making efforts for the promotion of Hindi as an official language of the United Nations and its propagation worldwide.
What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Nifty50 reclaimed the 12,200 mark on Thursday, forming a bullish candle on the daily chart.
Vistara partners with Nelco for inflight data services; likely to launch shortly: Telecom Secretary
“Vistara has tied up with Nelco and they have taken transponder space from ISRO (Indian Space Research Organisation)...they had come to us for spectrum allocation which we have done. And they will be launching these services very shortly,” Prakash said.
India recalls envoy to Austria over fund misuse allegation
The Ministry of External Affairs has reportedly recalled Ambassador to Austria Renu Pall on alleged charges of 'misappropriation of funds'. Although there was no official word on this development, Pall is scheduled to leave Vienna by Sunday and return to headquarters by December 30.
Predatory airfare pricing going on, airlines will shut down if it continues: Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri
IndiGo & SpiceJet reported Rs 1,062 crore and Rs 463 crore loss respectively in the second quarter of 2019-20.
India keeps close tab on Gulf situation; issues travel advisory for Iraq
The government is keeping a close watch on evolving situation in Gulf and exploring possible options to evacuate diaspora if full blown war breaks out, ET has learnt. However, the establishment is of opinion that a situation of war may not arise in near future.
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