Delhi Metro's blue line halted due to technical snag

A technical snag has reportedly affected Delhi Metro's blue line. Passengers were made to vacate the metro at Shadipur-Ramesh Nagar metro station.

Passengers suffer as Kolkata-Mumbai AI plane delayed by 22 hours

Hundred-odd passengers of a Kolkata -Mumbai Air India flight were put to inconvenience and hardship as it was delayed by 22 hours due to technical snag in the aircraft.

Train passengers to get baggage insurance soon

IRCTC is planning to offer a new service of 'baggage insurance' for passengers. Under this, a customer will be offered additional services like insurance coverage for baggage while booking e-tickets on the IRCTC website.

Delhi: Air India made passengers wait in bus for an hour, cancelled flight later

An Air India flight to Port Blair, via Bhubaneswar, was cancelled on Sunday morning leaving close to 60 passengers stranded inside the airport shuttle bus for at least an hour.

Interesting facts about Indian Railways

Here are some interesting facts about Indian Railways.

Passengers to be screened for swine flu at Mizoram's airport

Passengers at Mizoram's lone Lengpui Airport near here will be screened to ensure detection of people infected with swine flu.

Bangladesh bans pillion passengers over firebombings

Bangladesh on Thursday banned motorcyclists from carrying extra passengers in a bid to halt a spate of drive-by firebombing attacks by anti-government protesters, officials said. 

Rescuers race to save passengers from burning Italian ferry

Rescuers battled in the dark Sunday to save more than 300 passengers trapped on a burning Italian ferry as coastguards reported the first death in the high-seas drama. 

SpiceJet faces crisis, other airlines hikes fares

As SpiceJet left lot of passengers in lurch, other airlines hiked their rates taking advantage of the situation.

Heavy snowfall leaves 300 passengers trapped in Japan train

 Some 300 passengers were stuck in a train for nearly nine hours in the Yamagata prefecture in northeastern Japan after heavy snowfall caused a tree to fall on an overhead cable, snapping power supply, state television channel NHK reported Wednesday.

Passengers get out and push frozen Siberian plane

Siberian air passengers had to get out and push their plane in temperatures of minus 52 degrees Celsius after its chassis froze, Russian prosecutors said today.

Delhi Metro's Pragati Maidan station sees highest ever footfall

 The Delhi Metro`s Pragati Maidan station recorded the highest ever footfalls at 1.3 lakh Sunday owing to the massive weekend rush at the India International Trade Fair (IITF).

Judgement in murder trial of South Korea ferry captain

After five months of dramatic, often painful testimony, a South Korean court Tuesday will deliver its verdict -- and possible death sentence -- on the ferry captain at the centre of one of the country`s worst peacetime disasters.

Snag grounds Air India's NY plane, crew shortage delays London flight

 Air India passengers bound to New York and London had a harrowing time at the city airport after the airline had to cancel the NY flight due to technical snag and duty time curbs on crew and the other flight because of a mock drill at the airport.

Metro train movement to be regulated briefly tomorrow at 2 stations

 Delhi Metro train movement on Jahangirpuri-HUDA City Centre line, will be regulated briefly tomorrow at two stations--Central Secretariat and Udyog Bhawan--due to security reasons.

Delhi Metro riders happy with service, but say expansion work a hassle

 The restrictions and curbs on traffic movement which are in place due to ongoing work for Phase-III of Delhi Metro are posing hassles and impediments for commuters, a recent survey has found.

298 people on board crashed Malaysian flight, 154 Dutch: Airline Official

There were 298 people, including 154 Dutch nationals, on board the Malaysia Airlines flight that crashed in strife-torn eastern Ukraine, an official from the carrier has said.

US pilot orders 50 pizzas for all passengers on delayed flight

Flight delays can make passengers grumpy but not when the pilot orders pizzas for them as a treat.

Over one million travelled on Mumbai metro in first 59 hours

Over 10 lakh commuters travelled on the city`s first Mero, which covers the 11.4 km-long Versova-Andheri-Ghatkopar corridor, in the 59 hours since the commencement of its services on June 8.

IATA adopts resolution to tackle in-flight passenger behaviour

To check growing instances of unruly in-flight behaviour by passengers, airlines around the world have decided to work jointly on steps to check the menace.