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Air India to cross-train cabin crew for entire fleet

Meanwhile, the carrier has managed to bring down the number of employees per aircraft by almost two-thirds to 108 compared to 300 more than two years ago.

"The Seat Select scheme is applicable for window, aisle and middle seats from row 11 to 15 and for exit row 24 of the economy cabin," Jet Airways said in a release.
AAI's per-day billing to SpiceJet towards landing, parking and other support services currently stands at Rs 1.30 crore, sources said on Thursday.
Air India will absorb the basic fare and fuel surcharge on the reward tickets, the airline said, adding, it will, however, not include taxes and other fee.
SpiceJet said it will induct six new aircraft within 30 days, calling the move "a first of its kind initiative in the history of Indian aviation".
The product has been developed at Tata Advanced Systems Limited facility for use on Airbus A400M.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi's decision is in line with his Make-in-India policy to encourage domestic industry.
AAI has drawn up plans to invest Rs 1,400 cr for further expansion of Chennai Airport and setting up an modern air traffic control tower at Kolkata Airport
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