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Air India''s Indore-Dubai Flight Resumes After 17 Months

The flight, which was initially launched on July 15, 2019 on public demand, will give a boost to tourism and trade between central India and the UAE.

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Resignation Ends Legal Relation With Pilots, Can't Be Withdrawn Later: Air India Tells HC

Air India has challenged the June 1 order of the single judge which had also ordered that back wages would have to be paid to the reinstated pilots.

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Air India Has No Plans To Phase Out B747 Aircraft: Govt

In July last year, British Airways had announced that it will phase out its entire fleet of 31 B747 aircraft due to downturn in travel amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Financial Bids For Air India Likely To Be Received By September 15: Minister

Of the airline's total debt of Rs 60,074 crore as of March 31, 2019, the buyer would be required to absorb Rs 23,286.5 crore

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After Air India, Cairn To Target More State Cos To Recover Money Due From Govt

Cairn challenged the move before an arbitration tribunal in The Hague, which in December awarded it USD 1.2 billion (over Rs 8,800 crore) plus costs and interest, which totals USD 1.725 million (Rs 12,600 crore) as of December 2020.

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Air India Has Time Till Mid-July To Challenge Cairn Lawsuit

Air India is controlled by the Indian government so much that they are 'alter egos', Cairn had said in the lawsuit filed with the US District Court for the Southern District of New York.

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Air India To Sell Real Estate Assets; May Garner Up To Rs 300 Cr

The government is in the process of deciding on the final contours for the disinvestment of loss-making Air India.

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We Always Worry About How Rating Agencies Will React To A Large Stimulus--Omkar Goswami, Chairman, CERG Advisory

Omkar Goswami, noted economist & Chairman, CERG Advisory tells BW Businessworld’s Manish Kumar Jha that Indian economy must find its way into global trade. He says that while South-East Asian and East Asian countries were creating world-class exporting capacities and related infrastructure, we focused on import substitution. As we still do, for what else is ‘Atmanirbhar Bharat’, he asks. Excerpts of the interaction

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CCI Closes Case Against Airlines On Fare Spike During 2016 Jat Stir; Finds No Price Parallelism

CCI said there are different types of custom-made algorithms suited for the needs of a particular airline and that the final call for inventory allocation is taken by the respective route analysts of different airlines.

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Air India Unions' Joint Forum Seeks Forensic Audit Of PF Trusts

Erstwhile Indian Airlines and erstwhile Air India were merged into a single entity, National Aviation Company of India Ltd, which was later renamed as Air India Ltd.

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Air India Unions Seek Forensic Audit Of PF Trusts

In an e-mail to Civil Aviation Minister Hardeep Singh Puri, the forum sought his intervention in the matter related to the two trusts -- one each of the erstwhile Indian Airlines and Air India.

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Major Cyber Attack on Air India Impacts Database of 45 Lakh Customers

Air India customers registered between 26th Aug 2011 and 3rd Feb 2021 were affected, the airlines said

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Pilots Body Seeks Vaccination Camps For Flying Crew

Alleging that many crew have been tested positive for Covid-19 and are struggling to get oxygen cylinders, the ICPA said that the pilots are left to fend for themselves for hospitalization.

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Govt Begins Process For Inviting Financial Bids For Air India Sale, Deal To Conclude By Sep

The stake sale process got delayed due to the COVID pandemic and the government had extended five times the deadline to submit preliminary bids for the national carrier.

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Air India refutes Manu Bhaker's allegations of misbehaviour, bribery by officials

Air India refutes Manu Bhaker's allegations of misbehaviour, bribery by officials

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