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  • 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

  • SpiceJet Tops IndiGo Again in Flight Occupancy

    SpiceJet Tops IndiGo Again in Flight Occupancy

    SpiceJet beat its bigger rival IndiGo in flight occupancy for the second month in July. Among Indian carriers, SpiceJet had the highest flight occupancy of 79.4 per cent in July, according to data released by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation...

  • AirAsia Withdraws in-Flight Mag for Carrying Wrong India Map

    AirAsia Withdraws in-Flight Mag for Carrying Wrong India Map

    Malaysian carrier AirAsia today withdrew all copies of its in-flight magazine from circulation and removed it from its website, complying with an order of aviation regulator DGCA, for wrongly depicting the map of India.

  • DGCA Not Conducting Safety Audit, Says SpiceJet

    DGCA Not Conducting Safety Audit, Says SpiceJet

    DGCA has directed within a fortnight a safety audit of SpiceJet after finding "serious engineering issues" with some of its aircraft in the Boeing 737 fleet of SpiceJet.

  • SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    SpiceJet Says in Talks With Tax Authorities

    Budget airline SpiceJet Ltd said it was in talks with authorities to resolve tax-related issues after its shares tumbled on a newspaper report that the company had left employees unable to fill in tax returns on time.

  • SpiceJet to 'Adjust Processes' to Handle Delay Scenarios Properly

    SpiceJet to 'Adjust Processes' to Handle Delay Scenarios Properly

    With aviation regulator DGCA directing SpiceJet to refund fares and food charges for all its passengers on a Mumbai-Delhi flight, the no-frills carrier today acknowledged its failure and promised to "adjust processes" to meet such situations in the f...

  • SpiceJet to Refund Fares for Mumbai-Delhi Delayed Flight

    SpiceJet to Refund Fares for Mumbai-Delhi Delayed Flight

    In a first-of-its-kind action, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has directed SpiceJet to refund fare to all passengers of a Mumbai-Delhi flight that was delayed by about five hours last month, officials said on Monday.

  • No Indian on Malaysian Airlines Flight That Crashed: Aviation Ministry

    No Indian on Malaysian Airlines Flight That Crashed: Aviation Ministry

    An Air India flight was among the two commercial airliners that were near the Malaysian Airline MH17 when it was shot down in eastern Ukraine on Thursday.

  • MH17 Shot Down: Air India, Jet Airways to Avoid Airspace Over War-Torn Ukraine

    MH17 Shot Down: Air India, Jet Airways to Avoid Airspace Over War-Torn Ukraine

    Indian carriers, Air India and Jet Airways, will avoid the airspace of war-torn eastern Ukraine following a directive issued to them by the DGCA in the wake of reported shooting down of a Malaysian airliner in which all 295 people on board were kille...

  • Regulator Overrules Objections for Grant of Air Operator Permit to Tata-SIA

    Regulator Overrules Objections for Grant of Air Operator Permit to Tata-SIA

    Clearing the decks for grant of air operator permit (AOP) to Tata-SIA Airlines, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has overruled all the objections raised by Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) over the application of the start-up carri...

  • Private Charters May Be Allowed To Convert To Scheduled Airlines

    Private Charters May Be Allowed To Convert To Scheduled Airlines

    To promote air travel in hitherto unconnected destinations, the government is considering allowing non-scheduled air operators (NSOPs) and air-charter firms to convert to scheduled operators to fly on routes not touched by existing airlines.

  • No Decision Taken to Privatise Air India: Civil Aviation Minister

    No Decision Taken to Privatise Air India: Civil Aviation Minister

    No decision has been taken to privatise Air India, with the government saying it was close to finalising a short-term strategy to strengthen the burgeoning civil aviation sector, including slashing taxes on jet fuel.

  • IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Reply to Aviation Regulator

    IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir Reply to Aviation Regulator

    IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir, which have been warned of stoppage of operations to airports with small runways after they were found flouting payload restrictions while flying to Jammu and Patna, on Saturday replied to the notices issued by the Director...

  • DGCA Warns IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir for Flouting Payload Norms: Report

    DGCA Warns IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir for Flouting Payload Norms: Report

    IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir were issued notices by the DGCA after the regulator found them violating safety norms by carrying full flights to these two airports where they should fly with 20 per cent less load, official sources said.

  • AirAsia CEO: Some Airlines Scared of Us

    AirAsia CEO: Some Airlines Scared of Us

    After triggering off an airline fare war, AirAsia has now made some strong comments against rivals.

  • Advise DGCA Not to Allow AirAsia Launch Ops: Indian Carriers' Grouping to Government

    Advise DGCA Not to Allow AirAsia Launch Ops: Indian Carriers' Grouping to Government

    Claiming that the approvals granted to AirAsia India were "illegal", the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) has asked the government to advise the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) not to allow the new no-frill airline to launch its opera...

  • Aviation Regulator Fixes Fee Structure for Services

    Aviation Regulator Fixes Fee Structure for Services

    In the wake of complaints of red-tape and delays, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has come up with specific timelines and fee structure for its services like issuing of flying permits, airworthiness certificates, aircraft import or e...

  • Jet Airways Top Official Flouts Norms, Allegedly Travels on Bunk Reserved for Flight Crew

    Jet Airways Top Official Flouts Norms, Allegedly Travels on Bunk Reserved for Flight Crew

    Jet Airways chief Naresh Goyal's executive assistant Jennifer D'Silva is alleged to have pressurised the captain of its international flight to allow her to sleep on a bunk which is only meant for resting of flight crew members as per the DGCA norms,...

  • AirAsia Set for Takeoff in India, Gets Licence to Fly

    AirAsia Set for Takeoff in India, Gets Licence to Fly

    AirAsia India, the joint venture between AirAsia and Tata Group, is closer to starting its operations in India. The aviation regulator today issued air operator permit to the airline.

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