DGCA fines Air India Rs 30 lakh, suspends pilot for three months

DGCA fines Air India Rs 10 lakh for failure to report the second urination incident

Air India owned by Tata Group to hire more than 1,000 pilots to expand its fleet

15% of pilots in India are women, 3 times more than the global average: Directorate General of Civil Aviation

Air India says staff erred in handling the urination incident

The DGCA recommends that the aviation regulator take measures to promote the mental health of the crew

Kotak Mahindra Bank to be the biggest beneficiary of the MSCI rejig

Apple in India has a huge gap to fill to match Samsung in Vietnam

Concerned About Aircraft Lease Rates If NCLT Order Holds: Boeing

Five major e-commerce companies remove about 13,118 items from platforms

Byju closes Rs 2,000 crore debt financing from Davidson Kempner Capital