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Rytis Beresnevicius
Indian government sweetens the deal for Air India sale push

As reports indicate that Air India has improved its financial situation, the Indian government is now, more than ever, keen to leave the airline and privatize it:...


AeroTime Team
As privatization looms, 120 Air India pilots quit over pay

The Indian government is moving ahead with plans to exit the struggling national carrier. But the approaching newest round of attempts to sell Air India appears to be causing internal tensions. Following en masse resignation of Airbus A320 pilots over salary, the airline’s management held talks with unions, appearing not only concerned about job security, but overall skeptical about the newest government disinvestment attempt....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Low-cost carrier boom in Asia (Part II)

As mainline carriers consolidate the market share in Asia-Pacific, somebody has to fill the void left in the market. This is where the carriers like IndiGo or AirAsia Group come in:...


Rytis Beresnevicius
Asia’s air travel is booming but it shows troubling signs

Asia-Pacific has become the star of the show, as both Airbus and Boeing predicts that the demand for more capacity at the region will flourish in the next 20 years. While the region is already growing at an unprecedented pace, it's showing very troubling signs: ...


Rytis Beresnevicius
Why Did Jet Airways Fail? Will The Airline Fly Again? Crisis Explained

As uncertainty looms over the situation of Jet Airways, we explore what are the reasons behind the fall of the biggest private airline in India. Read more:...


Rytis Beresnevicius
Air India Boeing 777 Caught Fire In Delhi International Airport

As an Air India Boeing 777 was undergoing routine maintenance, it caught fire. No injuries were reported, as the aircraft was empty. Read more about the incident:...


AeroTime Team
Disruptive human rights lawyer jailed over racist abuse in flight

A human rights lawyer was found guilty of racially insulting and abusing cabin crew as well as being drunk on a flight and sentenced for six months in jail on April 5, 2019.  The passenger went on a racist tirade after being refused a fourth bottle of wine on an Air India flight from Mumbai to London in November 2018....


Rytis Beresnevicius
Air India Serves A Cockroach On A Flight To Mumbai

One Air India passenger found a surprise guest in his meal on an Air India flight to Mumbai. A cockroach was found in his meal tray....


Zivile Zalagenaite
AeroBrief | Drunk pilot, new airline and costly, costly fuel

Up in the skies on November 13, 2018: After a one month delay, Vietnam’s newest LCC finally gets permission to fly. Financial struggles of Air Zimbabwe prompts the country’s government to call for investors,  while another struggling carrier - Jet Airways - attracts airline-collecting conglomerate’s attention. However, not all airlines in India are doing well, as the national carrier gets one of its board members sacked for...


Clement Charpentreau
Air India B737 hits wall during takeoff, continues flight

Air India Express Boeing 737-800, registered VT-AYD, was about to operate flight IX 611 from Tiruchirappalli International Airport(TRZ), India to Dubai International Airport (DXB), United Arab Emirates on October 12, 2018, when it hit a localizer antenna and a wall upon takeoff.  ...