'Dgca' - 68 Video Result(s)

'Dgca' - 393 News Result(s)

  • Aviation Regulator Nod Must For Scheduled Airlines Ops From Civil Enclaves

    Aviation Regulator Nod Must For Scheduled Airlines Ops From Civil Enclaves

    To ensure safety, the government has decided that scheduled flights can operate from next year only from aerodromes that are licensed by aviation watchdog DGCA.

  • DGCA Examining IndiGo Report on Passengers Offloading: Report

    DGCA Examining IndiGo Report on Passengers Offloading: Report

    Aviation regulator DGCA is "examining" the report submitted by budget airline IndiGo on the offloading of 70 passengers in Hyderabad from its Raipur-bound flight allegedly for "unruly behavior" last week.

  • Indian Aviation Taxied on Runway of Promises in 2015

    Indian Aviation Taxied on Runway of Promises in 2015

    Many highs and lows marked the 2015 trajectory of the domestic aviation space with three airlines taking off, one coming back after a near-collapse, a no-frills carrier getting listed and India again securing a top safety ranking even as the draft aviation policy remained in limbo.

  • Domestic Air Traffic Logs Nearly 25% Growth: Regulator

    Domestic Air Traffic Logs Nearly 25% Growth: Regulator

    Domestic air traffic logged a robust of nearly 25 per cent growth in November with 11 Indian carriers together flying 7.32 million passengers as compared to 5.82 million passengers in the same period last year, driven by the demand in the tourist season.

  • Domestic Air Traffic Logs Nearly 25 Per Cent Growth: Aviation Watchdog

    Domestic Air Traffic Logs Nearly 25 Per Cent Growth: Aviation Watchdog

    Domestic air traffic logged a robust of nearly 25 per cent growth in November with 11 Indian carriers together flying 7.32 million passengers as compared to 5.82 million passengers in the same period last year, driven by the demand in the tourist season.

  • Air India Terminates Services Of 3 Co-Pilots For Breach Of Contract

    Air India Terminates Services Of 3 Co-Pilots For Breach Of Contract

    National carrier Air India has terminated the services of three co-pilots for breach of contract in a move to deter pilots from quitting the airline after receiving high-cost type rating training and joining other airlines at higher salary packages.

  • Government Concerned Over Rising Pawan Hans Chopper Crashes

    Government Concerned Over Rising Pawan Hans Chopper Crashes

    Government is "concerned" over the rising number of crashes involving choppers of public sector company Pawan Hans, Lok Sabha was informed today. "Yes...," Minister of State for Civil Aviation Mahesh Sharma said in reply to a question whether the government is concerned about the frequent crashes of Pawan Hans Helicopters in the country.

  • Civil Aviation Ministry Eases Norms for Aircraft Imports

    Civil Aviation Ministry Eases Norms for Aircraft Imports

    Relaxing the norms for aircraft imports, the Civil Aviation Ministry on Saturday said carriers would now be required to get the initial approval only from sectoral regulator DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation).

  • RBI Relaxes Norms for Aircraft, Helicopter Imports

    RBI Relaxes Norms for Aircraft, Helicopter Imports

    Relaxing norms for aircraft and helicopter imports, the Reserve Bank of India on Thursday said banks can allow advance remittances for imports once the company has approval from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

  • Shrine Board Asks Aviation Regulator to Conduct Safety Audit of Chopper Operations

    Shrine Board Asks Aviation Regulator to Conduct Safety Audit of Chopper Operations

    Vaishno Devi Shrine Board has asked Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to conduct a detailed safety audit of the helicopter operations between Katra-Sanjichhat sector in Jammu and Kashmir, where a recent chopper crash killed six pilgrims and a woman pilot.

  • Air India Gets Nod to Run Dreamliners During Fog Season

    Air India Gets Nod to Run Dreamliners During Fog Season

    In a boost to Air India, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has given its go ahead to the government-owned airline to operate its Dreamliner fleet during the forthcoming fog season even as the regulator has called a meeting of all stakeholders including airlines and airport operators this week to take stock of their preparedness to deal w...

  • Maintenance Lapse Caused Fire in IndiGo Flight Last Year: Regulator

    Maintenance Lapse Caused Fire in IndiGo Flight Last Year: Regulator

    Surprisingly, the inquiry officer had completed its report in July but the DGCA, the aviation regulator, has made it public only now, few weeks after the airline got listed on the bourses.

  • Aviation Regulator Allows Special Fares for Passengers Without Bags

    Aviation Regulator Allows Special Fares for Passengers Without Bags

    Three domestic carriers -- IndiGo, SpiceJet and AirAsia India -- had earlier approached the regulator with the "zero bag fare", offering discount on no check-in luggage.

  • Aviation Regulator Allows Domestic Airlines to Roll Out 'Zero Bag' Fares

    Aviation Regulator Allows Domestic Airlines to Roll Out 'Zero Bag' Fares

    Aviation regulator DGCA has now allowed domestic carriers to roll out "zero bag" fares and charge penalty against check-in baggage for tickets booked under such an offer.

  • Usha Martin Exits Airline JV

    Usha Martin Exits Airline JV

    Steel and wire rope manufacturer Usha Martin on Monday said it will divest its entire stake in joint venture (JV) Dove Airlines for Rs 8.10 crore.

................................ Advertisement ................................

................................ Advertisement ................................