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  • Air India Pilots Voice Concern Over 26-Year-Old Airbus A320s

    Air India Pilots Voice Concern Over 26-Year-Old Airbus A320s

    Voicing its concern over the 26-year-old fleet of Airbus A320s in the national carrier Air India, one of its pilots' union has sought grounding of these planes from aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation or DGCA.

  • Court Asks DGCA not to De-register SpiceJet Planes till April 6

    Court Asks DGCA not to De-register SpiceJet Planes till April 6

    SpiceJet also said de-registration of its aircraft would also mean that it would not be able to fly them, which in turn would affect the people who have booked tickets months in advance.

  • SpiceJet Urges High Court to Direct DGCA not to De-register its Planes

    SpiceJet Urges High Court to Direct DGCA not to De-register its Planes

    Senior advocate Sandeep Sethi, appearing for SpiceJet, said the airline has settled its dispute with Wilmington Trust SP Services (Dublin) Ltd and a settlement with AWAS Ireland Ltd was on the cards.

  • Court Ruling May Affect SpiceJet Passengers: Report

    Court Ruling May Affect SpiceJet Passengers: Report

    SpiceJet passengers, especially vacationers, may face a hard time again including paying higher fares with the Delhi High Court directing the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday to deregister six Boeing planes of the budget carri...

  • Why the SpiceJet Stock Tumbled Today

    Why the SpiceJet Stock Tumbled Today

    The court order to the DGCA or Directorate General of Civil Aviation came after lessors filed a writ alleging non-payment of dues.

  • Vistara's On-Time Performance Stands at 89% in First Month

    Vistara's On-Time Performance Stands at 89% in First Month

    The performance was achieved in a period which was of peak fog and low visibility, it said.

  • Air India, IndiGo Flyers Worst Hit by Flight Delays in January: DGCA

    Air India, IndiGo Flyers Worst Hit by Flight Delays in January: DGCA

    The number of Air India passengers affected due to flight delays beyond two hours stood at 96,232 in January while of IndiGo was 75,034, the monthly domestic air traffic report released by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said.

  • Air Fares Come Under Civil Aviation Ministry Scanner: Report

    Air Fares Come Under Civil Aviation Ministry Scanner: Report

    While there is no official word, sources said the ministry is taking a fresh look at the air fare movement and the matter is also being discussed with the aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

  • SpiceJet Allowed Advance Bookings Beyond March 31

    SpiceJet Allowed Advance Bookings Beyond March 31

    The DGCA had earlier restricted SpiceJet to take advance bookings only up to March 31, following financial crisis in the airline, which led to cancellation of its flights in large numbers.

  • SpiceJet Lessors Seek 11 Planes Back: Report

    SpiceJet Lessors Seek 11 Planes Back: Report

    In fresh trouble for the budget carrier SpiceJet, aircraft lessors have approached the aviation regulator DGCA, seeking its permission to repossess 11 Boeing planes of the airline, even as its revival plan is under review of the Civil Aviation Minist...

  • Kingfisher's Flying License to Expire on December 31: Report

    Kingfisher's Flying License to Expire on December 31: Report

    The Vijay Mallya promoted full service carrier is grounded since October 2012, and lost its flying license on December 31, 2012 following refusal by the civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to renew it after the airli...

  • Daughter of Senior Air India Executive Allegedly Travels in Bunk Meant for Pilots

    Daughter of Senior Air India Executive Allegedly Travels in Bunk Meant for Pilots

    In an alleged violation of aviation safety norms, a daughter of a senior Air India executive travelled in the bunk which is only meant for resting of flight crew members as per the DGCA norms, during one of the airline's flight to Newark recently.

  • Court Stays Aviation Regulator's Show Cause Notice to JSPL

    Court Stays Aviation Regulator's Show Cause Notice to JSPL

    The Delhi High Court on Monday stayed the Directorate General of Civil Aviation's (DGCA) show cause notice to Naveen Jindal-owned Jindal Steel and Power's (JSPL) aircraft charter firm asking it why its permit to operate be not cancelled in view of wi...

  • 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.

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