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Air India has been directed to pay Rs one lakh by the apex consumer commission as compensation for serving stale food to a passenger aboard a Mumbai-New York flight.
The launch marked PSLV's longest mission spread over two hours and it is the first time that the rocket is putting its payloads in two different orbits.
Air Asia, one of the main low-cost carriers in the region, has continued to expand in India after it commenced operations in June 2014.
The air travel demand in India surged 26.2 per cent in July as against the average global demand of 3.8 per cent during the period, IATA said.
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