The Air India Boeing 787, which developed windshield cracks while landing at Melbourne on Monday, will to return Delhi Tuesday night after being repaired, airline officials said. “The jet is being currently fixed with a new windshield,” Air India’s local manager Madhu Mathen told Indian agency PTI. He said the Dreamliner flight from Melbourne to Delhi left Tuesday according to its normal schedule. On Oct. 15, the airline experienced another incident on a ...

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