Historic Air India flight, manned by all-women cockpit crew, takes off from San Francisco for Bengaluru
Air India has said this will be the longest commercial flight in the world to be operated by it or any other airline in India. AI176 will fly over the North Pole and take the Atlantic route to Bengaluru
Coronavirus Lockdown: Will try to restart international flights before August, says civil aviation minister Hardeep Singh Puri
All scheduled commercial passenger flights have been suspended in India since 25 March when the Modi government imposed a lockdown to contain the coronavirus pandemic.
Weeks after calling Air India's financial situation untenable, CMD Ashwani Lohani calls rumours of shutdown 'baseless'
Air India chief Ashwani Lohani on Saturday said that "rumours" of the disinvestment-bound airline's shutdown are "all baseless", weeks after he told the Civil Aviation Ministry that the carrier's financial situation was "grossly untenable" for sustaining operations.
Air India privatisation: Over 11,000 staff of national carrier to get one-year job guarantee; govt says employees' interest to be protected
Minister of Civil Aviation Hardeep Singh Puri also said that the government would secure a fair deal for all of Air India employees.
Opposition urges govt to rein in carriers, raises concern over steep airfares during calamities like cyclone, floods in Lok Sabha
Members of the opposition in the Lok Sabha Thursday flagged the issue of steep airfares especially during natural calamities like cyclones and riots