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Fare wars continue: AirAsia India launches week-long sale, offers tickets at Rs 699
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Fare wars continue: AirAsia India launches week-long sale, offers tickets at Rs 699

The tickets can be booked on AirAsia's website from Sunday till 16 November, for travel period from 10 June next year to 17 January, 2016.

Coming soon: Oman Air plans three weekly flights to Goa from 2015
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Coming soon: Oman Air plans three weekly flights to Goa from 2015

Oman Air also plans to double its services to two flights a day between Muscat and various destinations in the Indian sub-continent, instead of a daily flight now.

France begins surveillance flights to back US air campaign against Islamic State
World

France begins surveillance flights to back US air campaign against Islamic State

France has joined Britain in carrying out reconnaissance flights in support of the US air campaign against jihadists launched in Iraq early last month.

3 flights in 10 days: 'Legroom' wars result in US flights being diverted
World

3 flights in 10 days: 'Legroom' wars result in US flights being diverted

In a span of less than ten days, three American flights had to be diverted. And the reason behind these emergency landings is not related to any suspicious activity. Rather, it was because of human emotions going out of control over something as banal as reclining seats. On Monday night, a third flight had to abandon its flight plan and divert because two passengers got into a row over legroom between seats.

Resuming flights to Ebola-hit countries vital: WHO
World

Resuming flights to Ebola-hit countries vital: WHO

The World Health Organization today said it was vital that airlines resume flights to Ebola-hit west Africa, warning that suspenion of flights was threatening efforts to beat the epidemic.

Nearly 200 cabin crew quit Malaysia Airlines after double disasters
World

Nearly 200 cabin crew quit Malaysia Airlines after double disasters

Nearly 200 cabin crew have resigned from Malaysia Airlines which was hit by two deadly tragedies this year, the carrier said on Tuesday, and some reportedly cited fears for their safety

Ivory coast bans all flights from Ebola affected countries
World

Ivory coast bans all flights from Ebola affected countries

Ivory Coast did not name the countries but nearly 1,000 people have died from Ebola in Liberia, Sierre Leone, Guinea and Nigeria, which are all in West Africa.

After Kabul rocket attack, SpiceJet suspends flights to city indefinitely
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After Kabul rocket attack, SpiceJet suspends flights to city indefinitely

Gunmen had carried out a pre-dawn rocket attack on Kabul International Airport yesterday, temporarily shutting down the facility.

Budget 2014: New airports to be developed in smaller cities, towns
India

Budget 2014: New airports to be developed in smaller cities, towns

New airports will be developed in smaller cities and towns to encourage air travel in the country, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.

Australia: Volcanic ash forces flights to stay grounded
World

Australia: Volcanic ash forces flights to stay grounded

Indonesian volcanic ash clouds have forced the cancellation of all flights from the Australian city of Perth to Bali today.

Why flying remains the safest form of travelling despite crashes
Politics

Why flying remains the safest form of travelling despite crashes

Whenever there is an air crash, questions are raised on how safe it is to fly. Given this, it is not surprising that the same seems to be happening at this point of time, with the disappearance of Malaysia Airlines Flight 370, which was on its way from Kuala Lumpur to Beijing.

Delhi fog creates air traffic havoc: 150 flights cancelled, diverted
India

Delhi fog creates air traffic havoc: 150 flights cancelled, diverted

Operations almost came to a complete halt around 10 pm after runway visibility dipped to less than 75 metres, which is the minimum required visibility condition for an aircraft to land using CAT IIIB instrument landing system.

Season's worst fog in Delhi, flight and train operations affected
Delhi

Season's worst fog in Delhi, flight and train operations affected

The national capital experienced the season's worst fog on Sunday evening with the maximum temperature settling one notch below average at 19.3 degrees Celsius.

Dams not villians, but victims of Uttarakhand floods: Jindal Power MD
India

Dams not villians, but victims of Uttarakhand floods: Jindal Power MD

Dams across the Ganga were not villains in the Uttarakhand flood tragedy which claimed about a thousand lives and left several thousand missing, but victims, said Jayawant Kawale, managing director of Jindal Power, in the Goa capital.

Air India flies record 50,000 passengers in single day
Business

Air India flies record 50,000 passengers in single day

National carrier Air India flew a record number of passengers last Friday when it carried over 50,000 in a single day on its national and international routes, sources said here today.

Air India to fly every hour on Delhi-Mumbai sector
Business

Air India to fly every hour on Delhi-Mumbai sector

Air India today said it will operate a flight every hour on the Mumbai-Delhi-Mumbai sector.<br /><br />

Solve employee woes to ensure safety: Ajit Singh tells Kingfisher
Business

Solve employee woes to ensure safety: Ajit Singh tells Kingfisher

The minister said that if the employees of the airline were disgruntled it was a factor that could affect the safety of passengers.

Kingfisher cancels flights across India, DGCA to examine situation
Business

Kingfisher cancels flights across India, DGCA to examine situation

The airline said it had proactively cancelled flights across the country after employees who were on strike had assaulted those who were working.

AI suffers losses of Rs 1700 cr in 3 years
Business

AI suffers losses of Rs 1700 cr in 3 years

Air India suffered losses of over Rs 1700 crore on its international operations in three years from 2009-10, the Lok Sabha was informed.

North Korea suspected of jamming flight signals in South
World

North Korea suspected of jamming flight signals in South

Similar jamming in the past was traced to the reclusive North.