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Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Airline executives in unison demanded a no-fly list on the lines of those in other countries so that habitual offenders could be debarred from boarding aircraft.

Why banning laptops in flights won’t keep aircraft safe from terror attacks

Why banning laptops in flights won’t keep aircraft safe from terror attacks

Introducing new security measures for the airline industry is rarely done lightly by governments. Certainly it’s underpinned by the responsibility to ensure passenger safety.

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Airlines back AI: Why doesn’t govt make a no-fly list for troublemakers?

Perhaps no other issue unites India as quickly as wrath against political masters. Shiv Sena parliamentarian Ravindra Gaikwad must never have thought his abrasive show of power would unite the aviation community in an unprecedented manner.

New flights and routes: Air India, Jet Airways see gains in US travel curbs

New flights and routes: Air India, Jet Airways see gains in US travel curbs

The ban on large electronic items by western countries has provided for an opportunity for airlines and airports in India to reclaim traffic that has over the years moved to Gulf airlines and their hubs in West Asia.

Air India blacklists Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad after he hits staffer

Air India blacklists Shiv Sena MP Ravindra Gaikwad after he hits staffer

The MP claimed that his ticket was for business class but Air India provided him economy class.

IS claims responsibility for London attack; attacker was British born

IS claims responsibility for London attack; attacker was British born

Police arrested eight people at six locations in London and Birmingham. The attacker who killed three people near the British Parliament before being shot dead was British-born and was once investigated by MI5 intelligence agents over concerns about violent extremism, Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday.

50% of US-bound Indian flyers to be impacted by US govt curbs on e-devices

50% of US-bound Indian flyers to be impacted by US govt curbs on e-devices

Washington DC’s decision to impose curbs on taking iPads and laptops as cabin baggage will impact nearly half of the passengers between India and the US.

Indian Navy’s five car rally team flagged-off

Indian Navy’s five car rally team flagged-off

A rally team of Indian Navy’s Social Outreach Programme “Coast to Coast”, which arrived at the Indian Naval Academy at Ezhimala in Kannur district

In-flight restrictions: Connecting flights to US via Gulf not a great idea

In-flight restrictions: Connecting flights to US via Gulf not a great idea

Indian passengers headed to the US will be inconvenienced by the new Trump administration order regarding carriage of certain electronic devices on US-bound flights from West Asian (Middle East) and North African countries even though India does not feature on the restriction list.

In the war on ballistic missiles, India plods along

In the war on ballistic missiles, India plods along

India’s most ambitious foray into missile development is the Defence Research and Development Organisation’s (DRDO’s) anti-ballistic missile (ABM) system, designed to shoot down incoming nuclear-tipped ballistic missiles fired from Pakistan or China at Indian cities. This technologically challenging and controversial programme has made steady headway. On March 1, an interceptor missile, fired from Abdul Kalam […]

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