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Parachutes spotted over Mum airspace; DGCA to inquire

MUMBAI/DELHI: The civil aviation ministry has asked the DGCA to inquire into an incident of five airports that flew into the Mumbai airport airspace on Saturday evening. "We have been asked to inquire into the issue. We are awaiting details on the ... Economic Times, 41 minutes ago

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Mystery flying objects near Mumbai airport could be weather balloons DGCA

The aerial objects that created a flutter at the Mumbai airport on Saturday when two Jet Airways flights were asked to abort take-off and landing could be weather balloons, officials of the aviation safety regulator said on Monday. Sources in the directorate ...
 Hindustan Times7 hours ago
Times of India

DGCA inspectors take free ride, call it 'on duty'

MUMBAI: They were employed by the Indian aviation regulator over a year ago to carry out airline surveillance. But the . Since the past seven months, on the pretext of carrying out inspections, these DGCA flight operations inspectors (FOIs) have ...
 Times of India20 hours ago DGCA inspectors take free rides 'on duty'  Times of India20 hours ago
Business Standard

Turbo Megha Airways to launch regional services by July: not to enter price war

Turbo Megha is one of the six applicants that received no-objection certificates from the DGCA to start airline services in July last year B Dasarath Reddy | Hyderabad May 24, 2015 Last Updated at 20:50 IST Turbo Megha Airways Private Limited, the first ...
 Business Standard23 hours ago

Major disaster averted after 5 paragliders come in airline pathway; insiders say terror angle cannot be ruled out

As per aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) laws, paragliding, hot balloons, drones, sky lanterns, or any other form of flying objects are strictly not allowed near airport premises.
 DNA1 day ago Rejected pilots find Air India recruitment test flawed  Indian Express1 week ago Flight safety upgrade is an eyewash  Mumbai Mirror3 weeks ago DGCA faces tough time hiring flight inspectors  Financial Express3 weeks ago
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Fliers' body slams DGCA for okaying unbundling of airline services

The reaction from APAI comes following drastic increase in cancellation charges by airlines. This is apart from the fact that many more seats are now being offered for pre-selection.
 DNA1 day ago Airlines Can Now Charge You Extra for These Facilities  NDTV Profit1 month ago Airlines Can Now Charge All Fliers Extra For Preferred Seats  NDTV Profit1 month ago
Mumbai Mirror

SpiceJet aircraft's tyre bursts during take-off, probe ordered

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has initiated a probe into an incident where the tyre of a SpiceJet aircraft burst on the runway during its take-off at the Mumbai airport on Friday. The incident damaged the wing-flaps of Goa-bound ...
 Mumbai Mirror2 days ago SpiceJet running short of planes for scheduled flights  Business Standard1 month ago HC Asks DGCA Not to Deregister SpiceJet Aircrafts Till April 6  Outlook2 months ago HC asks DGCA not to de-register SpiceJet planes till April 6  Rediff.com2 months ago

Flyers' body opposes DGCA move on unbundling services

The Air Passengers' Association of India (APAI) has lambasted the directorate general of civil aviation's (DGCA) move to allow airlines to unbundle services, which means carriers can now put a separate price tag on services like selecting all seats in an ...
 Times of India2 days ago
One India

Carriers will need region─specific approvals to fly abroad from July 1, 2015: DGCA

As per The Indian Express report by Sharmistha Mukherjee, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will withdraw permissions given to all Air Operators Permit (AOP) holders to fly worldwide from July 1, 2015. All scheduled airlines and ...
 TravelBizMonitor.com3 days ago Airlines get DGCA nod to allow pre-booking for all seats  One India1 month ago

DGCA notification on chopper corridor in a week

 MyIris6 days ago
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