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DGCA to re-certify permits for Spicejet, IndiGo, Go Air, Air Asia in January
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DGCA to re-certify permits for Spicejet, IndiGo, Go Air, Air A...

DGCA will begin the re-certification process for Spicejet, IndiGo, Go Air and Air Asia in January-February next year. (Reuters) The aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), will begin a re-certification process for the ... Financial Express, 9 hours ago
Will ascertain if air turbulence hit Dreamliner: DGCA Press Trust of India, 1 month ago

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320 pilots flying with dud licences DGCA suspends 8

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said the erring pilots operated with expired pilot proficiency check (PPC) – a mandatory biannual test for pilots to keep their licenses valid.
 Hindustan Times1 day ago DGCA suspends 8 pilots, warns 57 for flying with improper licences  Domain Business1 day ago DGCA Withdraws Proposal to Ban Charter Operations  Helicopter Association Int.1 day ago DGCA rolls back proposal to redefine private airlines  Financial Express3 days ago
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Temple administration welcomes DGCA decision to ban non Govt UAVs

Bhubaneswar: Director general of civil aviation (DGCA) decision to not to allow private unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) to fly over civil airspace has been welcomed by the Puri Sri Jagannath Temple administration here. Earlier the aviation ...
 Odisha Samaya1 day ago Puri temple admin hails DGCA ban on unmanned aircraft  Times of India2 days ago

Domestic airlines have cut fuel emissions, says DGCA report

Implementation of fuel saving measures and induction of new efficient planes has helped Indian airlines to improve fuel efficiency and control emissions
 Business Standard1 day ago
Mumbai Mirror

DGCA fails to impress, FAA nod unlikely for aviation safety

The Indian civil aviation industry's safety rating is unlikely to be upgraded to Category I by the American Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) after being downgraded to Category II in December 2013, with the US aviation authority indicating its ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 day ago US team to visit India to audit aviation safety mechanism  Economic Times2 weeks ago US safety review of aviation in December  Calcutta Telegraph2 weeks ago US team to visit India to...  The Echo Of India2 weeks ago

Govt amends rules in favour of business jet operators

Heeding to the demands of business jet operators, DGCA has amended its proposal to bar them from commercial flying if they did not have a three-aircraft fleet and come up with a new rule reducing the minimum requirement of planes to one. The aviation regulator had last month proposed a draft rule which would have permitted a non-scheduled air operator to launch operations with one plane or a helicopter but to raise the fleet size to at least three within a year of securing the flying ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago DGCA amends proposal on flying by business jet operators  Press Trust of India3 days ago
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DGCA lets small airlines keep flying

In a move that has brought relief to least 80 airline companies with 4,000 jobs between them, the aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has backtracked on its recent proposal that airlines have at least three aircraft in their ...
 DNA3 days ago Seaplane takes off from city, lands safely in Khindsi  Times of India6 days ago DGCA to crack down on airlines over pilot test  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago DGCA tells airlines to fly out people first, charge later  Deccan Herald2 months ago
Mumbai Mirror

DGCA to allow flights from Ebola hotspots to selected airports

All such aircraft to be directed to Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru. To bolster the procedure, airlines have trained their crew to detect and handle suspicious cases. As the spread of Ebola continues to raise questions over whether passengers flying to ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 days ago DGCA asks airlines to train staff in combating misconduct  DNA1 month ago Airlines asked to train crew to deal with unruly flyers  Business Standard2 months ago Train staff to control disruptive behaviour, DGCA tells airlines  Business Standard2 months ago
Business Standard

DGCA Withdraws 3-Aircraft Rule for Non Scheduled Operators

BANGALORE: Much to the relief of Non Scheduled (air carrier) Operators (NSOP) the Indian aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has pulled back their proposal to have a minimum requirement of 3 aircraft rule for NSOPs. In ...
 New Indian Express3 days ago DGCA looking at delicensing non-scheduled operators having less than three aircraft  Business Standard1 month ago Forum Flays Regulator on NSOP Policy  New Indian Express3 weeks ago

SpiceJet delayed spare parts replacement: DGCA

Aviation regulator has begun checks to assess whether the carrier was compromising with the safety of flyers or its quality of service due to financial troubles
 DNA2 days ago Vistara's launch may get delayed by couple of months due to regulatory approvals  Economic Times2 months ago Vistara launch may get delayed by a couple of months  Rediff.com2 months ago Vistara launch may get delayed by couple of months  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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