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  • Regulator Restricts IndiGo From Using Simulator At Overseas Facility

    Regulator Restricts IndiGo From Using Simulator At Overseas Facility

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has ordered budget carrier IndiGo not to train its pilots on one of the two simulators at an overseas training centre following an inspection of the facility and the subsequent detection of malfunctioning in one of the two such machines last month.

  • Government Allows Airlines To Import Up To 18 Year Old Planes

    Government Allows Airlines To Import Up To 18 Year Old Planes

    Domestic airlines can now import aircraft that are up to 18 years old into the country with the government amending more than two-decade old rules in this regard.

  • SpiceJet Offers Rock-Bottom Fares, Flyers' Body Writes To Regulator

    SpiceJet Offers Rock-Bottom Fares, Flyers' Body Writes To Regulator

    Hotting up the low-fares war among airlines, SpiceJet on Wednesday rolled out a new scheme offering base costs as low as Rs 444 on some destinations on its domestic network with a select booking period and limited number of seats.

  • From Next Month, Pay Less For Your Excess Baggage On Flights

    From Next Month, Pay Less For Your Excess Baggage On Flights

    New rules to charge lower rates on excess baggage by Indian carriers will become operational from July 1.

  • Air India Crew To Get 6 Months To Get In Shape

    Air India Crew To Get 6 Months To Get In Shape

    Air India, which has long been struggling to shape up its performance, has now given its crewmembers six months to get in shape or be sacked. This is not an act of body shaming - according to sources, at least 100 crewmembers from the national carrier are just too heavy to fly, according to the guidelines issued by the aviation authorities two year...

  • Government Working On Ticket Cancellation Fee Norms

    Government Working On Ticket Cancellation Fee Norms

    Recently, domestic air passengers' body APAI wrote to the ministry and the DGCA about issues such as adequate compensation to fliers in the eventuality of their flight getting cancelled or delayed.

  • Soon, an 'Aadhaar' for Drones Might Be the Norm

    Soon, an 'Aadhaar' for Drones Might Be the Norm

    A draft circular from the Director General of Civil Aviation hints at upcoming laws for drone use.

  • IndiGo Pilots Grounded For Almost Landing On Road Thinking It Was Runway

    IndiGo Pilots Grounded For Almost Landing On Road Thinking It Was Runway

    Putting the lives of passengers in danger, an IndiGo aircraft flew close to the road running parallel to the Jaipur Airport runway in February and aviation regulator DGCA has now suspended the flying licenses of the two pilots concerned.

  • Domestic Passenger Traffic To Cross 100 Million By Year-End: Regulator

    Domestic Passenger Traffic To Cross 100 Million By Year-End: Regulator

    Sounding bullish, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) expects more than 100 million domestic passengers to fly by the end of the year, especially as India has outstripped passenger traffic growth in this sector across major global economies including the US and China last year.

  • Need To Discuss With Airlines Capping Of Airfares: Regulator

    Need To Discuss With Airlines Capping Of Airfares: Regulator

    Amid concerns over steep fluctuations in airfares, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday said discussions need to be held with airlines before any decision on fixing an upper cap on ticket prices.

  • No Proposals Yet For Commercial Use Of Drones, Says Government

    No Proposals Yet For Commercial Use Of Drones, Says Government

    There is no proposal at present with aviation regulator DGCA for allowing commercial use of drones in the country, government said today.

  • Development Fee For Indira Gandhi Airport Passengers Will Be Refunded From April 30

    Development Fee For Indira Gandhi Airport Passengers Will Be Refunded From April 30

    Aviation regulator DGCA has asked airlines to refund development fee charged from passengers flying out of the Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) on the tickets booked for journey beyond April 30.

  • Aviation Regulator Releases Draft Guidelines For Unmanned Flying Devices

    Aviation Regulator Releases Draft Guidelines For Unmanned Flying Devices

    In its efforts to regulate operations of unmanned flying devices like drones, which are increasingly posing challenge to regulators and personnel manning airspace, DGCA has come out with draft guidelines for civil use of such machines.

  • Regulator Considers Easing Aircraft Import Norms

    Regulator Considers Easing Aircraft Import Norms

    Domestic airlines might soon be allowed to import aircraft that are up to 18 years old, with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) proposing to ease the norms as government looks to boost regional air connectivity.

  • After Indigo, SpiceJet Hikes Ticket Cancellation Charges

    After Indigo, SpiceJet Hikes Ticket Cancellation Charges

    Budget carrier SpiceJet has also increased its ticket cancellation charges by over Rs 350, days after its competitor IndiGo announced a flat charge of Rs 2,250 even as the DGCA deadline for airlines to submit their response on the issue ended on Friday.

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