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Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mumbai; road, rail and air traffic affected, commuters complain
India

Heavy rains wreak havoc in Mumbai; road, rail and air traffic affected, commuters complain

Heavy rains since Friday morning flooded many parts of Mumbai, disrupting rail and road traffic as well as flights, officials said.

Heavy rain in capital city disrupts air services on Delhi-Chennai route
India

Heavy rain in capital city disrupts air services on Delhi-Chennai route

Air services on the New Delhi-Chennai route were affected on Saturday due to rain in the national capital, airport officials said.

Book Uber directly from the Snapdeal app with the latest update
News & Analysis

Book Uber directly from the Snapdeal app with the latest update

Snapdeal, one of the largest online e-commerce marketplace in India has launched an in-app integration with Uber.

Lufthansa's short haul flights to get Wi-Fi in October
News & Analysis

Lufthansa's short haul flights to get Wi-Fi in October

Lufthansa will roll out satellite-based broadband onboard short-haul flights starting from October

Flydubai says no change to flights after Russia crash
| Reuters
World

Flydubai says no change to flights after Russia crash | Reuters

DUBAI Flydubai said on Sunday it had not cancelled or delayed any flights following the crash of an airliner at Rostov-on-Don that killed all 62 people aboard and would resume flights to the Russian destination once it reopened to traffic.

Welcome to Iran: European airlines set to resume flights to Tehran
World

Welcome to Iran: European airlines set to resume flights to Tehran

Several European airlines will resume their flights to Iran after nearly five years following a landmark nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.

Flight cancellations and chaos: Asia shivers, slips and slides in record low temperatures
World

Flight cancellations and chaos: Asia shivers, slips and slides in record low temperatures

Snow, sleet and icy winds across Asia caused deaths, flight cancellations and chaos over the weekend as areas used to basking in balmier climates struggled with record-low temperatures.

Russia suspends Egypt flights as Western intelligence backs bomb theory
| Reuters
World

Russia suspends Egypt flights as Western intelligence backs bomb theory | Reuters

MOSCOW Russia suspended all passenger flights to Egypt on Friday after a deadly plane crash at the weekend as Western officials said intelligence "chatter" supported the theory that the jet was brought down by a bomb. Putin's decision was a response to the crash of an Airbus A321 operated by a Russian carrier on Saturday over Egypt's Sinai Peninsula

Air India to begin nonstop SFO-New Delhi flights in December
Business

Air India to begin nonstop SFO-New Delhi flights in December

Air India will begin the first-ever nonstop flights between San Francisco and New Delhi on December 2, 2015.

No passengers or flights: India splurged $50 million on eight ghost airports
India

No passengers or flights: India splurged $50 million on eight ghost airports

Two-and-a-half years after the completion of a new $17 million terminal building, the airport in Jaisalmer stands empty.

Passengers run amuck: Chaos at Delhi's airport after three Spicejet flights delayed
India

Passengers run amuck: Chaos at Delhi's airport after three Spicejet flights delayed

Around 500 passengers of budget carrier SpiceJet had to face hardship at the IGI airport late Thursday night after its three flights were delayed due to non-availability of plane

Another sale: Jet Airways offers 10 lakh  tickets for a flat 25 percent discount
Business

Another sale: Jet Airways offers 10 lakh tickets for a flat 25 percent discount

Private carrier Jet Airways has put 10 lakh (one million) seats on sale at a flat discount of 25 percent. The offer is valid for economy class travel on the airline’s domestic network.

Air traffic controllers in France launch 2 day strike, hundreds of flights cancelled
World

Air traffic controllers in France launch 2 day strike, hundreds of flights cancelled

Hundreds of flights to and from France were expected to be cancelled Wednesday as air traffic controllers launched a two-day strike over working conditions.

2 in 3 wide body flights of AI delayed on Valentine's Day: Only crew cannot be blamed
Business

2 in 3 wide body flights of AI delayed on Valentine's Day: Only crew cannot be blamed

Crew indiscipline is rampant and needs to be curbed but perhaps Air India needs to also restructure operations in other departments such as engineering, crew scheduling etc.

Air India's cost-cutting plan: No 5 star hotels for staff, loss-making routes to be stopped
Business

Air India's cost-cutting plan: No 5 star hotels for staff, loss-making routes to be stopped

After a long spell of losses, Air India had recorded a net profit of Rs 14.6 crore in December last on account of a healthy growth in both passengers and cargo revenues.

Bhogi smoke interferes with Chennai air traffic, affects 32 flights
India

Bhogi smoke interferes with Chennai air traffic, affects 32 flights

An outgoing Air India flight from Chennai to Mumbai was stopped just before take off on the runway as the air traffic control did not give clearance for its scheduled departure at 7.30 am.

SpiceJet cancels 300 more flights till 31 January
Business

SpiceJet cancels 300 more flights till 31 January

The airline also issued a release in which it clarified that most of the flights cancelled in January were flights that had already been removed from the schedule in November and December.

At 4.2 degrees, Delhi sees coldest day in 5 yrs: 50 trains, 16 flights delayed
India

At 4.2 degrees, Delhi sees coldest day in 5 yrs: 50 trains, 16 flights delayed

Delhiites woke up to the coldest Monday in the last five years, marked also by a dense fog, which reduced visibility to 50 metres. Fifty trains and 16 flights were delayed.

NATO says Russian air force jets posing risk to aviation in Baltic
World

NATO says Russian air force jets posing risk to aviation in Baltic

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - NATO accused Russia of posing a danger to civil aviation in the Baltic region after Stockholm protested over a Russian air force jet it said had flown too close to an airliner and had turned off one of its location instruments. Friday's incident off southern Sweden inflamed sensitivities over Russian air force flights in the Nordic region that have increased steeply this year, driven in part by tensions over Moscow's role in the Ukraine crisis. Finland also expressed concern about "Dark Flights" with so-called transponder locators switched off.

Only 9 routes profitable: Air India's report card shows how it failed
Corporate

Only 9 routes profitable: Air India's report card shows how it failed

Air India operates close to 370 daily flights, of which about 120 are to international destinations.