Air India defended its operations following the crash of Air India Express flight IX812 Saturday at Mangalore-Bajpe. In a release on its website, the airline stated that while the accident "is being used to malign the functioning of Air India Express and implying that the Operational and Engineering infrastructure is inadequate and does not meet the required norms," the airline "meets all regulatory requirements and has been always well equipped to handle the operations and ...

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