On August 24, an emergency landing was conducted in Kolkata airport when a 50-year-old passenger reported feeling out of breath, according to Kolkata airport officials.
Air India flight from Sydney headed for Delhi
It was an Air India flight from Sydney headed for Delhi. Before departing for Delhi, the flight with 159 passengers on board stayed at the Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose International Airport for 2 hours from 4:50 PM to 6:50 PM. The passenger was admitted to a hospital in Kolkata.
Directorate General of Civil Aviation
In July, Air India Express’s flight from Calicut to Dubai was diverted to Muscat after a burning smell was noticed in the cabin mid-flight, according to Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) officials.
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Air India earlier selected technology company RateGain to provide its product called ‘AirGain’ that will assist in dynamically adjusting ticket prices with real-time, accurate, and high-quality airfare data, a report told on Wednesday.
“AirGain offers actionable insights to quickly react to market cost change and stay ahead of the competition through its scalable and intuitive analytical capabilities,” it stated.
Airlines gain competitive intelligence by analyzing market data in real-time, it added. AirGain’s ability to track historical trends and fare changes on the most-profitable routes makes it easy for revenue and commercial teams to stay on top of every market growth, the report said.
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