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Goa: Dog on runway, Air Asia aborts flight take-off

"The dog, once spotted by the Air Traffic Control, was immediately removed from the runway. The flight then departed at around 9.15 am," an official said.

DGCA suspends pilot for 3 months for wrongly transmitting hijack code

According to the sources, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued a show-cause notice to the pilot in the matter on June 28.

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Air Asia told to pay Rs 1.54 lakh to veg man it served non-veg food

Trehan alleged that the airlines did not make any announcements and the family had to buy another tickets for the flight to return for Rs 1.03 lakh.

Man found with bullet in bag at IGI gets HC relief

The judge concluded that “continuance of proceedings would be an exercise in futility as the necessary ingredients to constitute the offence in question is lacking”.

Foetus found in washroom of AirAsia flight

A 19-year-old taekwondo player, who initially denied being the mother, later admitted to it after she was questioned by police, said a senior police officer.

Cyrus Mistry hits out at Tatas for 'shameful' CBI case against AirAsia executives

Mistry slammed AirAsia director R Venkataraman, who has along with chief executive Tony Fernandes been named by the CBI in the FIR, for using his name to cloak his alleged misadventures, and said individuals with "questionable motives" are bringing disrepute to the Tata brand.

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Enforcement Directorate files money laundering case against Air Asia, officials

The allegation pertains to Air Asia officials and others allegedly trying to manipulate government policies through corrupt means to get international licence for its Indian venture Air Asia India Limited.

CBI books Air Asia’s Tony Fernandes for violating aviation norms

"The case has been registered under 120-B (criminal conspiracy) under the IPC and sections 13(2) read with 13 (1) (d) of the Prevention of Corruption Act. The searches took place at five locations in Delhi NCR, Mumbai and Bengaluru," said CBI spokesperson R K Gaur.

Air Asia CEO Tony Fernandes booked for violating aviation norms, CBI carries out searches at six locations

The central investigation agency is carrying out searches at six location in Delhi, Mumbai and Bengaluru at properties belonging to the Malaysian carrier.

IndiGo, Air India Express among top 5 affordable airlines in the world

Along with the Air India, low-cost carriers IndiGo and Jet Airways also made it to the list. While IndiGo made it to the fifth position on the list, Jet Airways was ranked at the 12th spot,

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AirAsia Flight QZ8501: Plane's mystery ends with grief and distress for relatives

Bodies and debris seen floating in Indonesian waters painfully ended the mystery of AirAsia Flight 8501, which crashed into the Java Sea on Sunday.

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