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Zero accident in Air India as every safety procedure followed: Civil aviation minister
Business Standard India

Minister defends AI as a good airline making profit

Rejecting negative perception about Air India, civil aviation minister Ashok Gajpathi Raju on Tuesday said the state carrier is a “good airline” and is making “operative profits”. Some Rajya Sabha members, including the SP’s Jaya Bachchan, said ... Asian Age, 5 hours ago
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ICAO audit raised no safety concerns: Raju

No safety concerns were raised by United Nations watchdog, International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO), during its recent safety audit of India’s aviation standards, Civil Aviation Minister Asho...
 The Hindu8 hours ago
Economic Times

329 posts lying vacant at Bureau of Civil Aviation Security

As many as 329 posts are lying vacant at the country's nodal aviation security body Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) due to its organisational restructuring and other related issues, the Rajya Sabha was informed today. Minister of State for ...
 Business Standard14 hours ago No extension for second in line at Bureau of Civil Aviation Security  Economic Times1 month ago
Financial Express

LS passes demand for grants for Ministries of Civil Aviation, Tourism

The Lok Sabha today passed the demand for grants for the Ministries of Civil Aviation and Tourism.Replying to the debate, Minister for Civil Aviation Ashok Gajhapathi Raju said, aviation sector in India has grown by 21 percent this year and it is ninth in the ...
 News on Air14 hours ago Lok Sabha passes demands for grants of Civil Aviation & Tourism Ministries  United News of India16 hours ago Govt takes steps to increase 100 percent tourists by 2016: Menon  Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha14 hours ago Union Budget second stage gets completed  Hindu Business Line12 hours ago
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Of 120 emergency landings, 102 due to medical reasons, claims Civil Aviation Min

New Delhi, May 3 (UNI) The Government today told the Rajya Sabha that as many as 120 emergency landings had taken place during the past two years of which 102 were due to medical emergency. Replying to a question by Ambika Soni, Congress, on the ...
 United News of India17 hours ago
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Omnidirectional heliport LED light improves aviation safety

May 02, 2016 // By PAUL BUCKLEY The inset light fully meets the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organisation) Annex 14 - Volume II. Heliports 2013 specifications and the FAA (Federal Aviation Authority) Engineering Brief 87. ...
 EE Times Europe1 day ago Bring aviation safety culture to road transportation...  New Vision1 day ago Airbus sourcing from India to touch $2 bn  Deccan Herald1 month ago Aircraft makers buoyant over India aviation boom  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
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Include Salem airport under RCS

The Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Salem) has urged the Union Ministry of Civil Aviation to accord priority to reviving Salem Airport under its proposed Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS). In a memorandum to R. N. Choubey, Secretary, ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Fat or fit cabin crew: AI in dilemma

Air India is caught in a fat or fit dilemma: civil aviation regulators want it to ground overweight cabin crew but the airline isn't quite game. Set to add several new flights to its international roster, the government carrier is reluctant to shed some 130 ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago
DNA

DGCA suspends sacked SpiceJet pilot's licence for making airhostess sit in cockpit

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued orders in this regard on Friday.
 DNA3 days ago DGCA suspends pilot's licence for making airhostess sit in  Business Standard3 days ago
The Telegraph

'If-I-had-my-way' minister sets tongues flying

Civil aviation minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju told Parliament today that he would change Rule 5/20, which restricts new Indian carriers from flying abroad, if he had his way, a comment that amused many MPs. "I'm trying to change the rule and if I have my way, ...
 The Telegraph5 days ago 5/20 rule is ‘anarchic’, says Aviation Minister Raju  Business Line5 days ago 5/20 rule 'anarchic', trying to change it: Raju  Money Control5 days ago
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