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  • SpiceJet Cancellations Trigger Chaos at Airports

    SpiceJet Cancellations Trigger Chaos at Airports

    There was chaos, anxiety and anger at airports across the country today as all Spicejet flights were either delayed or cancelled for several hours.

  • India's Aviation Safety Mechanism May Remain Downgraded

    India's Aviation Safety Mechanism May Remain Downgraded

    The American aviation regulator, which conducted a fresh safety audit of DGCA from December eight, is likely to determine India's safety rating in March 2015, almost a year after downgrading it from the top Category-I to Category-II.

  • SpiceJet Allowed to Take Bookings Till March 31 by Regulator

    SpiceJet Allowed to Take Bookings Till March 31 by Regulator

    In more relief for budget carrier SpiceJet, it has been allowed to accept ticket bookings till March, 31, 2015 by aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation or DGCA.

  • Centre Gives Spicejet a Week to Come Up With Funding Plan

    Centre Gives Spicejet a Week to Come Up With Funding Plan

    Budget airline Spicejet, which has been battling financial troubles, has got a one-week breather from the government, to come up with a concrete funding plan to turn around the fortunes of the ailing airline.

  • SpiceJet Gets Temporary Relief From Regulator: Top 10 Facts

    SpiceJet Gets Temporary Relief From Regulator: Top 10 Facts

    The airline management assured DGCA that its promoters will infuse funds and are ready to give guarantees, sources said. The government however is willing to give SpiceJet "very short period" to come with a recapitalisation plan, they added.

  • Tata-Singapore Airlines Carrier Vistara Gets Flying Permit

    Tata-Singapore Airlines Carrier Vistara Gets Flying Permit

    Full-service carrier Vistara - a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines - on Monday received the Air Operator Permit (AOP) from aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation or DGCA. This clears the way for the airline - wh...

  • Aviation Regulator Asks Spicejet to File Compliance Report by December 15: Report

    Aviation Regulator Asks Spicejet to File Compliance Report by December 15: Report

    SpiceJet CEO Sanjeev Kapoor on Tuesday met DGCA chief Prabhat Kumar as he sought more time to file their reply, but the regulator asked him to file by December 15 itself, official sources said.

  • SpiceJet Pilots Flocking to Other Airlines: Report

    SpiceJet Pilots Flocking to Other Airlines: Report

    With budget carrier SpiceJet wobbling amid a fund drought and the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) keeping a close tab on its curtailed operations, the no-frill carrier's pilots are flocking to other airlines in search of a job, industry ...

  • Government Rules Out Bail-Out Measure for SpiceJet

    Government Rules Out Bail-Out Measure for SpiceJet

    After reviewing the situation facing the no-frill carrier, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) chief Prabhat Kumar took a series of decisions, including asking the airline to file a "convincing schedule" by December 15, to clear its over Rs ...

  • Aviation Regulator Acts Tough Against Troubled SpiceJet: Report

    Aviation Regulator Acts Tough Against Troubled SpiceJet: Report

    After reviewing the situation facing the no-frill carrier, DGCA chief Prabhat Kumar took a series of decisions, including asking the airline to file a "convincing schedule" by December 15 to clear its over Rs 1,500 crore dues to various vendors inclu...

  • IndiGo to Now Fly to its 37th Destination

    IndiGo to Now Fly to its 37th Destination

    IndiGo is the market leader among domestic carriers, according to Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) data.

  • Pilot Summoned Today to Explain Selfies in Cockpit

    Pilot Summoned Today to Explain Selfies in Cockpit

    His selfies - posted in the cockpit of the plane he was meant to fly - made front page news, but a Jet Airways pilot may face no stricter action than a reprimand.

  • After SpiceJet Flight Hits Buffalo On Runway, Nationwide Airport Security Review

    After SpiceJet Flight Hits Buffalo On Runway, Nationwide Airport Security Review

    A day after a SpiceJet flight with 140 passengers hit a buffalo that strayed onto the runway at the Surat airport in Gujarat the Civil Aviation Ministry has ordered an investigation and a security review of all airports in the country.

  • No-frill Carrier IndiGo Remains Market Leader

    No-frill Carrier IndiGo Remains Market Leader

    The number of air travellers who flew in September was 58.22 lakh, an increase of close to 28 per cent over the 45.55 lakh passengers during the same period last year, latest figures issued by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) showed.

  • Jet Airlines Seeks More Time to Pay Pilots' Salary Arrears: Report

    Jet Airlines Seeks More Time to Pay Pilots' Salary Arrears: Report

    Jet Airways management has assured its pilots of legal help to deal with notices to them from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), even as it sought more time to pay salary arrears worth Rs 100 crore, sources here said on Wednesday.

  • Ready to Fly, Vistara Poaches Key Men From IndiGo, JetLite: Report

    Ready to Fly, Vistara Poaches Key Men From IndiGo, JetLite: Report

    Vistara is likely to take off next month subject to issuance of the air operator permit (AOP) by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

  • Aviation Regulator Issues Show Cause Notice to Jet Airways Pilots

    Aviation Regulator Issues Show Cause Notice to Jet Airways Pilots

    Aviation regulator on Saturday issued a show cause notice to 131 Jet Airways pilots for not clearing the mandatory bi-annual proficiency check.

  • Aviation Regulator Warns of Suspending Licences of 140 Jet Pilots: Report

    Aviation Regulator Warns of Suspending Licences of 140 Jet Pilots: Report

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has cracked down on nearly 140 Jet Airways pilots for continuing to fly without clearing mandatory biannual exams and issued show cause notices to the airline questioning its pilot training programme.

  • Aviation Regulator Tightens Screws on Airlines on Travellers' Complaints

    Aviation Regulator Tightens Screws on Airlines on Travellers' Complaints

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has tightened screws on carriers, especially on checking instances of rude or unhelpful behaviour of their staff at airports and in the aircraft, in the wake of a large chunk of air travellers resentin...

  • SpiceJet Under Income Tax Scanner for Suspected Violations

    SpiceJet Under Income Tax Scanner for Suspected Violations

    Meanwhile, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has also ordered an engineering audit of the airline after the carrier is said to have found it difficult to provide equipment to operate some flights

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