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Ambulift for geriatric patients CIAL

Geriatic patients and passengers using stretcher and wheelchair will be provided more comfort and safety at the international airport with the Air India launching a state-of-the-art devise, Ambulift in its Ground Handling Division. The Ambulift will be used to embark and disembark passengers on stretchers...

April 6th, 2010 | Airlines, Aviation, Featured | Read More

Axe on tall Siva and Buddha statues near Airport

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has asked BK Birla Trust, developers of Birla Kanan near IGI Airport, New Delhi to reduce the height of the 80-feet Shiva statue by taking off its pedestal. According to the AAI, the statue is taller than the height specified in the no-objection certificate (NoC)...

April 6th, 2010 | Airlines, Aviation, Featured | Read More

Gulf Air wasting millions on consultants

Blaming doing absolutely nothing while the airlines bleeds Gulf AirTrade unions have now accused the Gulf Air for wasting millions of dinars on consultancy firms and urged the Bahrain government to investigate the role of at least five companies that allegedly ‘did absolutely nothing’ while bleeding...

April 6th, 2010 | Airlines, Aviation, Featured | Read More

Pillow fight in American Airlines ?!

American Airlines and its flight attendants’ union are in a pillow fight. The Association of Professional Flight Attendants says its members won’t sell an $8 pillow-and-blanket set unless the union agrees to those sales in negotiations. American Airlines staff says it’s not a contractual issue. The...

April 6th, 2010 | Airlines, Aviation, Featured, General | Read More
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