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39-year-old man arrested for molesting actor Zaira Wasim on flight
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39-year-old man arrested for molesting actor Zaira Wasim on fl...

The airline Vistara has submitted an initial report to the regulator DGCA about the incident Press Trust of India | Mumbai Last Updated at December 11, 2017 09:30 IST In this still taken from a video posted by actor Zaira Wasim on Instagram she breaks down ... Business Standard, 2 hours ago

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Actor molested: Women's bodies seek report

The Civil Aviation Ministry and aviation watchdog DGCA have also sought details from Vistara
 DNA8 hours ago Civil aviation ministry seeks details from Vistara over Zaira Wasim matter  Business Standard1 day ago HC seeks Centre, DGCA response on stretched duty hours of pilots  Prokerala4 days ago Manhandling of IndiGo passenger: DGCA to take views of all affected parties  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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If you take flights in India, please read this interview

'DGCA cares a damn for human life.' Yeshwant Shenoy is determined to ensure the safety of fliers in India. The Ernakulam lawyer has been doggedly highlighting various lacunae in the norms and laws governing India's civil aviation sector. Shenoy, who has taken on India's civil aviation regulator, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation after the unfortunate Mangalore airport air crash in 2010, in a writ petition (pdf file) dated December 4, 2017, has sought a stay from the Delhi high court on ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

Domestic private jets will not need DGCA nod for overseas flights now

Domestic private jet operators will no longer need clearance from the aviation regulator for overseas flights, as the government has decided to do away with the requirement.
 News on Air3 days ago Govt eases norms for private jet flying abroad  Business Standard3 days ago Regulatory requirement on private jet's international operations eased  Prokerala3 days ago
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Foreign firms may not be allowed to operate drones in India

Moving closer to permitting commercial use of drones, the DGCA has put out draft requirements for public consultations Last Updated at November 3, 2017 03:26 IST Foreign companies and citizens are likely to be barred from directly operating drones for ...
 Business Standard1 month ago DGCA rules may bar foreign cos from operating drones in India  Business Standard1 month ago Aviation Ministry releases draft regulations for use of drones in India  Fone Arena1 month ago Government releases draft regulations for drones  Prokerala1 month ago
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Mumbai pilot's aircraft gets DGCA registration

A Mumbai-based commercial pilot has got registration from civil aviation authorities for flying a six-seater aircraft he made. Captain Amol Yadav, 41, who is a deputy chief pilot with Jet Airways, had displayed the aircraft during the Make in India event at ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago 'Victor Tango Narendra Modi Devendra': Mumbai man builds homemade aircraft, names it after PM Modi  catchnews.com2 weeks ago
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Mumbai pilot's dream comes true: Plane built on terrace now ready to soar

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis formally handed over the DGCA certificate to Capt. Amol Yadav IANS | Mumbai Last Updated at November 21, 2017 09:28 IST In an unparalleled achievement, a commercial pilot who made a full-fledged aircraft on the terrace of his ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Aeromodelling enthusiasts initiate online protest against regulations for drones proposed by the DGCA

The aeromodellers claim that the proposed rules on drones claiming it threatens to destroy recreational flying. The post Aeromodelling enthusiasts initiate online protest against regulations for drones proposed by the DGCA appeared first on Firstpost .
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Aeromodellers start online petition against rules on drones  Business Standard3 weeks ago

New DGCA rules want aircrew, pilots to test for alcohol at transit

Pilots and aircrew must undergo breath analyser test on transit airports if they enter the terminal during flight to ensure they are not drunk, aviation regulator DGCA has said. It issued a draft Civil Aviation Requirement (CAR) that said the blood alcohol ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago Soon, pilots, air crew may have to undergo alcohol test at transit airports  Business Standard2 months ago Air India: Hope DGCA shows leniency to 132 pilots who skipped alcohol tests  Business Standard2 months ago
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Domestic air traffic up by 16 per cent in September: DGCA

Market leader IndiGo ferried the maximum number of passengers at 3.6 million Press Trust of India | New Delhi Last Updated at October 26, 2017 00:21 IST India's domestic air traffic registered a growth of 16.43 per cent in September when airlines flew 9.5 ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Airlines filled 84 per cent seats in August, domestic traffic rises 15.63 per cent: DGCA  Money Today2 months ago Domestic traffic up by 15.63% in August: DGCA  Deccan Herald2 months ago Domestic air traffic grew by 16.43% in Sept  Deccan Herald1 month ago
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