Air India Day Offer – Tickets for Rs 100

‘Air India Day’ Offer – Tickets for Rs 100

On ‘Air India Day’, airline’s site crashes over ‘tickets for Rs 100′ offer

NEW DELHI: Air India’s website crashed on Wednesday, on a day the national carrier is celebrating ‘Air India Day’, unable handle the heavy traffic following its ‘tickets for Rs 100′ offer.

Air India is selling tickets for Rs 100 (taxes extra) for five days from today — to commemorate the merger of erstwhile Indian Airlines and Air India on this day in 2007.

Some users who tried to go to the website got a ‘Service unavailable’ message. For others, the page would not load.7.

“On this occasion Air India is launching the Air India Offer for its travellers. Under the scheme tickets will be offered for Rs 100/- apart from all applicable taxes. The sale of these tickets will be made only through the Air India website for five days from August 27 to 31 2014 for travel between August 27 and September 30, 2014, only,” an AI statement said.

This is the first time that the airline will be celebrating the Air India Day. A function will be held to celebrate the day and also to award the meritorious employees of Air India.

Source : TOI

AIR INDIA LTC-80 Fare List – Applicable Fares as on 13th February, 2014

AIR INDIA LTC-80 Fare List – Applicable Fares as on 13th February, 2014

AIR INDIA LTC-80 Scheme : A new fare list has been uploaded in the official website of Air India once again. The fare list consists four table and fourth table for LTC Scheme. The table of air fares are given below for your information…

Note: On LTC Scheme concession to avail to travel by air to visit to Jammu and Kashmir will be closed on April 30th 2014 and the last for NER also is fixed as 17th June 2014.

TABLE IV- LTC Fares

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Obtaining approval of Ministry of Civil Aviation for traveling in Pvt. Airlines – ICAR

INDIAN COUNCIL OF AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH
KRISHI BHAVAN : NEW DELHI

F.No. 8(4)/2006-Cash-I

Dated 19th October, 2012.

OFFICE MEMORANDUM

Subject : – Obtaining approval of Ministry of Civil Aviation for traveling in Pvt. Airlines.

It has been observed that while seeking approval from Ministry of Civil Aviation for traveling in Pvt. Airlines the requests submitted are not proper in many cases. Hence, we are facing difficulties in taking approval from M/o Civil Aviation when dates of Departure/Arrival and destination is not correctly mentioned. It is, therefore, requested to send the requests at least 05 days prior to the scheduled journey in the format attached herewith.

This issues with the approval of the Competent Authority.

sd/-
(DILIP ROY)
UNDER SECRETARY(Cash)

FORMAT FOR OBTAINING APPROVAL TO TRAVEL IN PRIVATE AIRLINES

Source: www.icar.org.in
[http://www.icar.org.in/files/Obtaining-approval-Ministry-23-10-2012.pdf]

Different Pay Structure due to merger of Air India and Indian Airlines

Pay structure between Air India and Indian AirlinesMinistry of Civil Aviation

Different Pay Structure due to merger of Air India and Indian Airlines

Shri Ajit Singh, the Minister of Civil Aviation informed Rajya Sabha today in a written reply that the employees are governed by their respective scales of pay, service regulations and certified/standing orders as per their erstwhile companies.

The Minister further informed that the Government of India has appointed an independent Committee headed by Justice (Retd) D.M.Dharmadhikari to resolve the disparities to HR issues, including pay parity, working conditions, seniority etc. The Committee has submitted its report to the Ministry of Civil Aviation on 31.1.2012. Subsequently, the Ministry of Civil Aviation has constituted a three-member Committee consisting of officers from Department of Public Enterprises, Ministry of Civil Aviation and an Independent Expert to examine the recommendations of Justice Dharmadhikari Committee and formulate a time-line for its implementation.

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Govt departments owe Rs 57 crore in dues to Air India

Govt departments owe Rs 57 crore in dues to Air India

Air India is owed a sum of over Rs 57 crore in outstanding dues by different ministries and departments, Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said today.

“The outstanding amount to be collected by Air India from the various ministries/departments of the government and government agencies as on March 15, 2012 is approximately Rs 574.67 crores,” Singh said in reply to a question in the Rajya Sabha.

Singh said that the Air India had submitted the bills to the respective offices and was pursuing the matter for realisation of dues.

In response to another question, Singh said that a strike by pilots agitating against non-payment of salaries and flying allowance on January 14 this year had cost the national carrier Rs 5.8 crore.

“The loss of revenue due to strike of pilots on 14.1.2012 is approximately Rs 5.8 crore,” Singh told the Rajya Sabha.

Source: www.indianexpress.com
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