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AI cancels costly deal for image makeover

Loss-making Air India has cancelled its controversial USD 1.6 million deal with an Australian firm.

AI orders $1.6-m revamp,Govt clueless,furious

Amid all the mudslinging over the Commonwealth Games,the Civil Aviation Ministry seems headed for a clash with the Air India management over awarding a $1.6-million brand makeover contract….

AI’s CWG makeover to cost $1.6 mn

Air India has appointed an international consultancy firm to give it a branding makeover.

Patel rules out job,wage cuts in AI turnaround plan

Civil aviation minister Praful Patel on Sunday said the new turnaround plan for Air India would not involve any job or wage cuts for its employees. Both these issues have fomented trouble for the management in the past….

Air India seeks a second lifeline of Rs 1,200 cr from bailout package

Beleaguered flag carrier Air India has prepared the ground to seek release of the second installment of the earlier approved Rs 5,000-crore…

AI plane crushes technician’s legs

A technician was injured when the wheels of a Mumbai-bound Air India plane ran over his legs…

Indian air traffic continues to soar

Air traffic in India continued to show improvement since the financial meltdown…

Air India lands first at T3

The first commercial flight at the new integrated Terminal 3 of the Indira Gandhi International Airport,an Air India flight from New York (AI-102),landed with a water cannon salute on Wednesday evening.

RIL alleges oil PSUs acting as cartel

Reliance Industries moved the Competition Commission of India alleging…

TCAS averts Jet,AI planes collision

A Jet Airways flight from Chennai came dangerously close to an Air India aircraft over Mumbai after it was asked to descend to 11,000 feet by the ATC but a last minute alert averted a mid-air collision.

Air India to hire Chief Strategy Officer,COO

In a bid to restructure its top hierarchy,Air India plans to hire some senior executives.

Air India comes for praise from Big B

Air India,often at the receiving end for one reason or another,got a boost when celluloid icon Amitabh Bachchan praised it after flying on one of its flights to Tamil Nadu.

AI announces direct flights to Ozzyland

Air India announced the launch of daily international flights from Melbourne to Delhi.

Canada says terror groups would not be given any quarter

Canada said that terrorist groups would not be given any quarter in the nation even as it stepped up security at airports.

Kanishka bombing: Harper promises action

Harper promised to respond positively to the damning report into the 1985 Kanishka bombing,specifically on the call for compensation.