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Tendering is the biggest hurdle in government organizations: Air India CMD Ashwani Lohani

Newsroom24x7 Staff

New Delhi: After the CBI had registered a case of cheating and corruption a few days ago against officials of Air India, a German Software company and another company of USA for giving a Rs.225 Crores software contract, the present chairman and Managing Director of Air India Ashwani Lohani wrote on facebook: “Tendering has with passage of time emerged as the biggest hurdle in sarkari (Government) organizations. 436 more words

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Lord of Lords: Part 1

Seldom does one get the chance to bump into India’s 1st Cricket World Cup winning captain, Kapil Dev. And when you do, despite the 6am flight on a Sunday, you take a selfie and attempt a sketch to gift him (met him a couple of days after his birthday). 26 more words

The Barcelona – Bogota route now on the new Boeing 787’s.

The Boeing Dreamliner 787, the most modern aircraft on Avianca’s fleet, will now serve the Barcelona – Bogota route.

With the inclusion of this aircraft to the Bogota – Barcelona – Bogota route on January 2, Avianca now operates all routes between… 341 more words

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Air India announces their first Scandinavian destination

Air India announced a new route on Monday (Dec 16), their first to Scandinavia. In May the carrier will launch a new 4x weekly service to the Danish capital, Copenhagen, using their Boeing 787 Dreamliners. 20 more words

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Female Only Row on Airline to Prevent Groping

(Cartoon from the New Yorker)

I’m surprised Air India is the first to officially offer this; I would have thought it would be Qatar Air, or Emirates. 246 more words

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Air India forced to delay first A320neo deliveries

Air India has been forced to delay the delivery of its first two A320neo aircraft by a month due to unspecified issues with the aircraft’s power plants: the CFM International Leap 1A26 engines. 55 more words

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Airline Introducing Rows Just For Women Amid Recent Reports Of Groping

We’ve heard of “quiet zones” on planes that separate children from adults, but a new seating option launching on India’s national airline is new to us: amid reports of men groping and otherwise sexually assaulting women on flights, Air India is introducing female-only rows. 155 more words

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