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  • Air India's Engineering Team Gearing Up for Flight Operations

    While flight operations are about to commence soon, here are some measures taken by #AirIndia Engineering Team to ensure you have a safe and comfortable journey.

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  • The Airline That Won A Million Hearts for Operating COVID-19 Relief Flights

    Air India operated many relief flights to ensure citizens of various nationalities reach home safe. Have a look at all the efforts taken by Air India which are globally praised....
    "We are proud of You!" said every Indian and every Air Traffic Contoller enroute who handled the Air India relief operation flight to Frankfurt and Paris.
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  • Air India commences direct flights to Doha from Mumbai

    Air India commences direct flights to Doha from Mumbai and is flown by the Boeing 787. Here is the video of the inaugural flight from CSMIA.

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  • Air India's Inaugural flight to Stansted from Mumbai

    Air India commences thrice weekly flight to London's Stansted Airport from Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, Mumbai. Here is VT-ANK, Boeing 787 Dream)liner operating the inaugural flight as AI133 under the command of Capt. Rishabh Kapur. Air India recently commenced thrice weekly fights to London's Heathrow Airport as well from CSMIA, Mumbai.

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  • Air India Cabin Crew Falls While Arming Doors

    The Aircraft Accident Investigation Bureau (AAIB) has initiated a probe into the incident in which a 52-year-old flight attendant, Harsha Lobo, fell from a parked Air India Boeing 777-300ER plane while closing its door at the Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport (CSIA) on Monday. As the incident is ‘serious’ in nature, the top aviation safety body has been asked to probe the incident. The aircraft was scheduled to fly from Mumbai to New Delhi. A step-ladder had been attached to the door, L5, for cleaners to exit the plane. Lobo was closing the door after the ladder was removed, but slipped and fell through the gap. The airport’s medical staff escorted her to the terminal building, from where she was taken to the hospital. “The bureau would probe the case,” said B S Rai, AAIB chief. The airline will also conduct an internal inquiry into the incident. The airline is expected to question the ground staff and cabin crew for the reasons behind Lobo...
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  • Air India Boeing 777-300ER Lands Safe With Multiple System Failures

    Air India Boeing 777-300ER, registration VT-ALQ performing flight AI-101 from Delhi (India) to New York JFK,NY (USA) with 370 people on board, was on final approach to JFK's runway 04R descending through about 300 feet AGL in reduced visibility (RVR reported at 3500 feet) when the crew initiated a go-around reporting an unstable approach. The aircraft climbed to 2000 feet, back on approach frequency the crew advised they had lost multiple instruments on final approach includinglocalizer, radio altimeters, two altimeters (with only one altimeter remaining), TCAS etc., they requested a longer final while being vectored for another ILS approach to runway 04R. After working the checklists the crew advised they could not perform an ILS approach and inquired for weather information of airports around the New York area permitting a non-precision approach, due to the ceiling at New York they weren't able to approach to JFK, ATC inquired whether they had autoland available which the crew stated t...
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  • Air India joins Star Alliance!

    Congratulations to AI. It was a long wait, but will hopefully prove successful. Hopefully, we will see other carriers in India make more significant moves towards alliances now as well....
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  • "Lower fuel prices should mean lower fares," advises Patel.

    Although I see where he is coming from, it may be a bit too soon to attempt to effect this move. In reality - what real power does Mr. Patel, or the Indian Goverment have to effect the change? Can they modify the credit circumstances (that they already modified favorably to the airlines earlier) now as a vehicle for more control of airline prices. Do you guys think that he should take a more laissez-faire attitude? Do you think that any real, significant change will come of this?...
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