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Cracking the whip on its over-weight cabin staff, the Indian government-owned Air India has temporarily taken off 57 crew members from flying and put them on ground duty.
No-frills carrier AirAsia India today announced the launch of its services to Srinagar and Bagdogra from the national capital, commencing next month.
Bids have been received for as many as 190 routes under the regional air connectivity scheme UDAN, where fares would be capped at Rs 2,500 for one-hour flights.
Government-owned Air India would operate its first Dreamliner service to Kerala, which would fly on New Delhi-Kochi-Dubai route, starting next month.
Air India today announced a limited period special fares scheme under which passengers can book tickets at the price of second class AC of Rajdhani express trains.
Besides, shareholders have cleared the appointment of Anurag Bhargava and Harsha Vardhana Singh as independent directors of the company.
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