The DCGA has penalised three private airlines -- GoAir, Indigo and Jet -- for not using pilots trained to land in foggy conditions. It has also withdrawn six landing slots allotted to these airlines. Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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Airports and private airlines have been asked to give special privileges to parliamentarians after some of them complained of "discourteous behaviour" by the DCGA officials. MPs have reportedly asked for advance notice on flight delays, special assistance from check-in to boarding and priority security clearances, besides lounge access and complementary snacks -- privileges that they are offered by national flag carrier Air India but not private airlines, reports NDTV.Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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