Air India has been accused of not enforcing rules,which may have led to the Mangalore crash.
The Mangalore air crash has yet again brought to the fore the issue of expatriate pilots working in India.
The CVR and the FDR (Black Box) were recovered and are expected to help in further investigation.
The official,who refused to be identified,was called in to assist in the investigations into the crash.
All the 158 bodies have been recovered from the crash site and 87 bodies have already been handed over to relatives.
A total of 104 bodies have been identified and handed over to relatives. Fifty four bodies are yet to be identified.
As darkness descended over the wooded hill on which Mangalores Bajpe airport sits,search teams rummaging through the twisted metal wreckage called it a day….
The Mangalore crash may not have come at a more inopportune time for National Civil Aviation Company of India or NACIL,the firm that runs national carrier Air India….
Indias national airline Air India may not have to shell out a single penny for Satudays crash in Mangalore which claimed 158 lives,including those of 6 crew members….
The aircraft which crashed at Mangalore airport was commandeered by a British national of Serbian origin,who had been operating in India for last two years.
Air India Express flight crashed and caught fire as it overshot the runway while landing in Mangalore.
An AI commander is facing the wrath of the cabin crew union for insisting that passengers must get every service that they have paid for.
Air India has written to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that it would not be able to meet the deadline of July 2011 to phase out its expatriate pilots as it needs them to fly the new aircraft the ailing airline is acquiring….
Air India has clocked a 16.7 per cent growth in the number of passengers in first half of May.
National Aviation Company of India Ltd,which runs flag carrier Air India,has tied up with Standard Chartered..