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  • GMR Aviation trashes regulator's safety norms violation charges

    GMR Aviation trashes regulator's safety norms violation charges

    Confirming that they had received the DGCA notice, a spokesperson of the company owned by infrastructure major GMR said a written response would be shortly sent to the aviation regulator and expressed hope that the 11 pilots and six cabin crew would ...

  • Tata-Singapore Airlines venture gets ministry nod: report

    Tata-Singapore Airlines venture gets ministry nod: report

    In a late evening development yesterday, the Civil Aviation Ministry granted a no-objection certificate to the Tata-SIA joint venture, which will enable the company to approach the DGCA for securing an air operator's permit.

  • SpiceJet asked to immediately stop Rs 1 ticket offer by regulator: report

    SpiceJet asked to immediately stop Rs 1 ticket offer by regulator: report

    Hours after SpiceJet offered fares as low as Rs 1 valid for domestic travel till next year, the DGCA shot off a strongly-worded directive to the airline asking it to stop the three-day offer "immediately".

  • Aviation regulator to keep an eye on air charter firms flying politicians: report

    Aviation regulator to keep an eye on air charter firms flying politicians: report

    With the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) cracking the whip on air charter firms flouting safety norms, companies busy flying politicians for poll campaign would now report to the aviation regulator on operational issues once every week f...

  • Aviation regulator increases pilots' licence renewal period from 2 to 5 years: report

    Aviation regulator increases pilots' licence renewal period from 2 to 5 years: report

    In a bid to enhance efficiency of air operations, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday decided to enhance the period of pilots' licence renewal from two to five years, according to officials, and subject to the airlines and th...

  • Aviation regulator cracks whip on flights for poll campaign

    Aviation regulator cracks whip on flights for poll campaign

    Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has directed pilots and crew of aircraft or helicopters flying VIPs for poll campaigning to ensure that no unauthorised cash, narcotics or arms are carried in the flight.

  • Mid-air Holi celebrations cost SpiceJet heavily

    Mid-air Holi celebrations cost SpiceJet heavily

    Mid-air Holi celebrations aboard eight flights have cost no-frill carrier SpiceJet heavily, with the DGCA issuing show cause notice to the airline and suspending two of its pilots.

  • Mid-air Holi lands SpiceJet pilots in trouble

    Mid-air Holi lands SpiceJet pilots in trouble

    Sources said that on Monday, the cabin crew of SpiceJet performed a small dance sequence on a song as part of Holi celebrations, with some passengers also joining in.

  • SpiceJet tops on-time performance in February

    SpiceJet tops on-time performance in February

    SpiceJet, Indias second largest low-cost airline, on Monday said it has been ranked as the best airline in terms of on-time performance in February, as per data from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

  • Dreamliner problems: Boeing likely to submit action plan to Air India

    Dreamliner problems: Boeing likely to submit action plan to Air India

    Aircraft manufacturer Boeing is likely to submit a time-bound action plan to fix the perennial technical problems being faced by the Dreamliners in Air India's fleet to aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) next week.

  • DGCA examining AirAsia India's application for flying permit

    DGCA examining AirAsia India's application for flying permit

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation had set up a three-member committee to examine the objections raised against the proposal to grant Air Operators Permit (AOP) or flying licence, to the no-frill airline launched by Malaysian carrier AirAsia, ...

  • AirAsia offers 5 lakh free tickets on select routes

    AirAsia offers 5 lakh free tickets on select routes

    Malaysian low-cost airline AirAsia, which is awaiting flying permit from the DGCA to launch its services in the domestic market, on Tuesday said it is offering 5 lakh free seats along with 18 lakh low-fare promotional seats from Kuala Lumpur on selec...

  • AirAsia India to get flying permit shortly: report

    AirAsia India to get flying permit shortly: report

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday disposed of objections against the startup carrier filed by the Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA) and others, according to sources.

  • Aviation regulator processing public feedback on AirAsia flying permit: report

    Aviation regulator processing public feedback on AirAsia flying permit: report

    The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has started collating feedback from the general public as well as affected parties on providing an air operator permit (AOP) to the Indian subsidiary of Malaysian no-frills airline AirAsia, according t...

  • A day after MPs-as-Maharajah row, private airlines face penalty

    A day after MPs-as-Maharajah row, private airlines face penalty

    Three private airlines have lost six landing slots at the Delhi airport for not using specially-trained pilots and planes with special equipment to navigate the thick winter fog.

  • At airports, MPs want 'khaas aadmi' treatment

    At airports, MPs want 'khaas aadmi' treatment

    Many of these privileges are granted already to MPs when they use the government's Air India or Indian Airlines. MPs want private airlines to be coerced into extending the same favours. Their demand for khaas aadmi treatment comes at a time when Arvi...

  • Amid outrage, government denies ordering khaas aadmi treatment for MPs at airports

    Amid outrage, government denies ordering khaas aadmi treatment for MPs at airports

    Airports and private airlines have been asked to give special privileges to parliamentarians.

  • Rahul Gandhi's aircraft aborted landing to avoid collision, probe ordered

    Rahul Gandhi's aircraft aborted landing to avoid collision, probe ordered

    The civil aviation regulator has ordered a probe after Rahul Gandhi's private jet had to abort landing procedures to avoid the possibility of a collision on the runway.

  • Biocon, Mylan get DGCA nod for breast cancer drug

    Biocon, Mylan get DGCA nod for breast cancer drug

    Biocon Ltd said on Tuesday it has won approval from the Drug Controller General of India (DGCA) for marketing a generic version of Roche's Herceptin, used in breast cancer treatment.

  • Dreamliner glitches a concern, says Boeing

    Makers of the 787 Dreamliner aircraft, Boeing, today expressed concern over recurring glitches on the plane while at the same time insisting that it was a machine which had never caused issues with the safety of passengers.

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