Cold wave eases in north India; fog disrupts rail, flight ops

Cold wave conditions are slowly easing with the mercury maintaining its upward trend in many areas of north India, even though fog disrupted train and flight operations in some parts on Tuesday.

Greenpeace campaigner stopped from boarding London flight

 A Greenpeace India activist was today stopped from boarding a flight to London by immigration officials here, prompting the environment group to accuse the government of intimidation, but officials said she was barred from leaving the country due to a look-out circular against her.

Dense fog hits Delhi, flights delayed

Dense fog hits Delhi again and many flights were delayed and cancelled due to severe cold and dense fog conditions at the airport on Wednesday morning.

Intelligence agencies send hijack alert for Delhi-Kabul Air India flight

Security of airports across the nation was stepped up on Sunday after inleggigence agencies warned of a possible hijack attempt by militants on Delh-Kabul flights.

American Airlines flight diverted to Jamaica

An American Airlines flight was diverted to Kingston due to a "pressurization issue" during its Bogota-to-Miami trip, the airline said.

SpiceJet services likely to resume operations

Flight services of cash-strapped SpiceJet likely to resume operations by 4 pm.

Bono involved in mid-air drama on flight
Bono involved in mid-air drama on flight

U2 star Bono was involved in a mid-air drama on a flight from Dublin, Ireland to Berlin, Germany, when the rear door of a private jet he was a passenger on fell off.

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.

Mumbai bound Air India flight from Bangkok makes emergency landing

An Air India flight en route to Mumbai from Bangkok made an emergency landing at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport here Thursday evening, after the pilot reported an on-board medical emergency, airport sources said.

India vs West Indies: Amit Mishra, real fighter with big heart
India vs West Indies: Amit Mishra, real fighter with big heart

In the second ODI against West Indies, Amit Mishra once again proved his credentials.

Watch what happened when a man joked 'I have Ebola!'

A passenger on flight from the from the US to the Dominican Republic sparked a full-scale alert when joked about having Ebola.

Plane's landing gear collapses while departing LAX

Los Angeles: A Federal Aviation Administration spokesman says a Mexico City-bound Aeromexico jet hit its brakes after the left landing gear collapsed while it was preparing to depart from a runway at Los Angeles International Airport but no injuries were reported.

Books make travelling alone worthwhile: Manoj Bajpayee
Books make travelling alone worthwhile: Manoj Bajpayee

Actor Manoj Bajpayee finds that books make travelling alone worthwhile. 

Sushma Swaraj's flight faces bad weather before safe landing

Bad weather and heavy rains forced an Air India flight with External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj on board to head to Ahmedabad on Thursday.

Drunk passenger tied up mid-air after creating ruckus, nabbed

A drunk Indian passenger, who was tied up on board an Air India flight from Melbourne to Delhi after he created a mid-air ruckus, was arrested by police after the plane landed.

Seaplane service begins on Aug 25 between Mumbai-Lonavala

The first commercial flight of the much-awaited seaplane services will take off for Pawana dam in Lonavala from here on August 25, Maharashtra Tourism and Public Works Minister Chhagan Bhujbal announced on Thursday.

IndiGo flight catches fire at Delhi IGI airport, all 147 passengers safe

An IndiGo flight from Mumbai to Delhi with 147 passengers on board caught fire while landing at the Indira Gandhi International airport Terminal 1-D here.

Rat on board grounds Air India plane

A rodent forced the grounding of an Air India aircraft that arrived here from Kolkata as the plane was taken to a remote bay for fumigation.

China lifts military controls delaying flights

China`s civil aviation authority has decided to abort control measures in place for flights in the country`s eastern, central and southern regions while a military exercise goes on in southeast coastal areas.

Fighter jets escort Toronto flight after alleged threat

A flight carrying Canadians on vacation to Panama was turned around and escorted back to Toronto by two fighter jets today after an unruly passenger made threats against the aircraft.