DGCA has directed Air India to ground all six B 787, known also as the Dreamliners, according to reports.
Reports saud that regulator's move could put Air India's turnaround plan in a soup as it was banking heavily on 787s for its return to profitability.
Two 787s are due to arrive from Paris and Frankfurt to Delhi around 9 and they will then be grounded, DGCA was quoted as saying.
There were reports that the other four dreamliner aircraft used for domestic operations have already been grounded.
India Infoline News Service / 09:04, Jan 22, 2015
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