New Delhi: With no end in sight to the Air India pilots' strike, the national carrier has firmed up plans to hire new cockpit crew to run its long-haul international operations which have been hit by the 29-day long agitation.
Hiring of new batches of pilots is part of a new business plan for international operations, which the ailing carrier is likely to announce on Wednesday. It would be implemented as soon as necessary clearances are granted by aviation regulator DGCA, official sources said on Tuesday.
03:58 AM, Jun 06, 2012
Mumbai: Hoping to improve its financials, cash-strapped Kingfisher Airlines (KFA) has slashed wide-bodied aircraft operations on international sectors that are making heavy losses, an official said on Wednesday. The beleaguered carrier has already returned one leased Airbus A330-320 to its lessor in Britain, the official said on Wednesday morning. The airline indicated more such developments by assuring that "positive and immediate action is being taken on all fronts to cut...
11:05 AM, Mar 14, 2012