NDTV.com, 2 Jan 2013
As many as 260 passengers of a Singapore-bound Air India flight from Mumbai were stranded after the airline cancelled it citing non-availability of cockpit crew.
The flight, which was scheduled to take-off at 0005 hours on Wednesday, is now expected to depart for its destination on Wednesday, an Air India spokesperson said.
"The Mumbai-Singapore flight AI342 with 260 passengers on board was cancelled due to non-availability of commander. The flight will now leave for Singapore at midnight today," the spokesperson said. Full story
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