Watch: Air India Is The Scariest Flight To Take – See This Before You Book Your Next

In the Indian Civil Aviation story, India’s national carrier Air India has been the master of failures and has been in the news a couple of times over the last few weeks.

A glance in its performance recently shows just why the government was trying to sell its stake in India’s national carrier.

A few months ago, Air India had no buyers after it had been debt-ridden for quite a while and have been trying to repair their financial situation for a few years now. But they often fall prey to some or other the misshapen because of which they take a beating.

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Air India has been at the end of several embarrassing incidents in the last few years. Let us look at some of them in the video below:

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Sources: Quartz, Business Today, NDTV

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  1. take caution. Let us look at other airlines. 2 years ago a Fly Dubai plane crashed in Russia killing all crew and passengers with 6 Indians being there as passengers. early 2017 Emirates plane burst into flames in Dubai airport, and one handler who tried to extinguish the fire was killed. If a bug is seen in an Air India plane, the media goes to town. But in other airlines even if a crocodile is inside the plane,not a hum in the print or electronic media. No wonder the external aviation forces want to destroy Air India so that they can have an open sesame situation in India. Those with knowledge (not media people) know that airlines to near west and near east on India live on the markets to India. Thus it is no wonder the ED has begun investigations into how these airlines got huge seat increases from 2008 to 2014. In one such case in mid 2014, one airline in near west got an increase of 342% in seat quota from India, a world record in aviation history.


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