Ramdas Athawale not allowed to board aircraft for arriving late

Republican Party of India (A) chief Ramdas Athawale was on Tuesday allegedly not allowed to board a Jet Airways aircraft despite the airline having issued boarding pass to him, prompting irked party workers to protest outside the private carrier's office here.

Unidentified flying objects spotted over Mumbai airport not motorised: Home Department
Unidentified flying objects spotted over Mumbai airport not motorised: Home Department

Unidentified flying objects spotted over Mumbai airport not motorised: Home Department

Jet Airways plane makes emergency landing as pilot taken ill

A city-bound Jet Airways flight from Bangkok with 121 passengers onboard landed in emergency conditions at IGI airport here on Thursday after its commander was taken ill mid-air, forcing the co-pilot to take the controls.

Indian carriers support evacuation from Nepal

Even as Kathmandu airport is faced with a critical shortage of parking bays affecting flight schedules, Indian carriers have resumed normal service.

Nepal quake: Flights operated in adverse conditions, people evacuated, says Govt

Braving adverse weather conditions in Nepal, India operated flights throughout last night and evacuated people, including relatives of Samajwadi Party MP Naresh Agrawal, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj informed Rajya Sabha on Monday.

Air services resumed to quake-hit Nepalese capital Kathmandu

Air services to Kathmandu on Sunday resumed though the airport in the quake-hit Nepalese capital had to be shut down for several hours in the afternoon due to a powerful aftershock.

Nepal earthquake aftermath: Flights to Kathmandu hit

Flight services to Kathmandu were on Saturday cancelled or put on hold following the closure of airport there after a powerful earthquake rocked central part of the Himalayan country.

Jet Airways flight makes emergency landing; passengers safe

A Jet Airways plane, with 67 passengers and crew onboard, had to make emergency landing at the airport in Khajuraho (MP) due to some technical problem with the aircraft's landing gear, police said.

31 priority, 114 emergency landings in 3 yrs: Govt

Domestic carriers, including erstwhile Kingfisher Airlines, had made 31 precautionary or priority landings and 114 emergency landings at various airports in the country due to engine defects or failure, medical and other reasons in last three years.

Cold wave continues unabated; over 70 trains delayed due to fog
Cold wave continues unabated; over 70 trains delayed due to fog

A dense blanket of fog enveloped the entire North affecting schedule of at least 70 trains and hitting road traffic adversely while there was no let up in cold wave on Saturday which claimed five lives in Uttar Pradesh and two in Punjab.

Nandita's CinePlays to enthral air travellers
Nandita's CinePlays to enthral air travellers

After mesmerising US audience, CinePlay, a new genre of cinema creatively mentored by actor Nandita Das is now sweeping passengers of Jet Airways off their feet.

`Officials, VIPs abuse status to get free air tickets`

Tehelka Magazine on Friday claimed some officials, bureaucrats and other VIPs had "abused" their status to get free tickets and other facilities from a private airline in gross violation of service rules and propriety.

Jet Airways bans shipment of shark fins: HSI
Jet Airways bans shipment of shark fins: HSI

Jet Airways has banned shipment of shark fins, joining a growing number of major international carriers committed to protecting declining shark populations and marine ecosystems.

Check-in system crashes at Mumbai airport, flights delayed

The check-in system at terminal 1B of the domestic airport here collapsed on Sunday due to crashing of the server resulting in flight delays for some time causing inconvenience to passengers.

India, Vietnam ink seven agreements

 India and Vietnam on Monday signed seven agreements, including one on air services and another on scouting for oil.

Carriers evacuate nearly 1,100 more people from flood-hit J&K

Air India and private airlines on Saturday continued their evacuation exercise from flood-hit Jammu and Kashmir, carrying several tonnes of relief materials and flying back almost 1,100 stranded people.