Air India 787. Courtesy, Boeing The Indian minister of civil aviation and Air India (AI) management have announced a contingency plan to help the airline resume full operations after an ongoing pilot strike has crippled the airline (ATW Daily News, May 23). The plan, outlined by minister Ajit Singh at a press conference in Delhi, centers around hiring about 90 more pilots and launching new flights to Hong Kong, Seoul and Osaka over the next six months. The operational changes ...

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