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Ministry resumes research of new Hanoi HCM City air route

VietNamNet Bridge - Minister of Transport Dinh La Thang has directed the Civil Aviation Administration of Vietnam (CAAV) to conduct a research project to shorten the Hanoi - Ho Chi Minh City air route, as suggested by Dr. Tran Dinh Ba in 2012. The ... VietNamNet Bridge, 5 days ago
CAAN 'doing its bit' to ensure air safety Himalayan Times, 14 hours ago

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DGCA to airlines: Get disabled-friendly

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a reminder to airlines for them to adopt the poli':cy on assisting differently-abled fliers. The warning was sounded out after the officials found that some airlines are yet to adhere to ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago Singapore Airlines : ALL CLEAR FOR AIR OPERATOR PERMIT TO TATA-SIA AIRLINES  4 Traders1 week ago Miscommunication at Bagdogra airport nearly turns tragic  The Echo Of India1 week ago DGCA clears Tata-SIA Airlines ahead of court hearing  Domain-B1 week ago
Money Today

DGCA doing financial audit of airlines

The directorate general of civil aviation (DGCA) had recently asked all Indian carriers to submit their financial details and answer a list of questions. NEW DELHI: Worried at the crippling cash crunch faced by Indian airlines, the aviation regulator is doing ...
 Economic Times6 days ago DGCA doing fin audit of airlines  Travel Trade Journal6 days ago DGCA hauls up carriers on financials statements  Money Today1 month ago

Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) refuses to declare Sri Jagannath Temple as no-fly zone

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 Odisha Television6 days ago DGCA refuses to declare Sri Jagannath Temple in Odisha as 'no-fly zone'  OrissaDiary6 days ago DGCA refuses to declare Puri Jagannath Temple as no-fly zone  Pragativadi5 days ago

Tata-Singapore Airlines moves a step closer to taking off

Tata-SIA Airlines has moved a step closer to taking to the skies with the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) saying that there is no reason why the airlines application for an Air Operator Permit (AOP) should not be considered. In doing so, the ...
 Business Line1 week ago Tata-SIA Airlines moves step closer  India Infoline1 week ago SINGAPORE AIRLINES : Tata-singapore airlines moves a step closer to taking off  4 Traders1 week ago
Mumbai Mirror

Paperless cockpits to lighten pilots load

DGCA gives permission to access navigation charts, other data with hand-held devices. The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has given the go-ahead for pilots to have a lighter load on flight decks and in cabins. Bulky navigation charts, ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
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New DGCA guidelines mandate better service for air passengers

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA, has issued a comprehensive guideline on facilities and courtesies, which are to be compulsorily extended to air passengers.
 News on Air1 month ago DGCA sets timeline for issuing clearances  Deccan Herald1 month ago DGCA issues Standards of Services Document for first time  News on Air2 months ago DGCA tells cabin crew to get fit or lose job  IBN Live2 months ago
Business Standard

Airlines, airports asked to provide better facilities

New Delhi, 27 MayIn a move aimed at enhancing convenience of passengers the Directorate General of Civil Aviation today made it mandatory for major airports to provide automated buggies to senior citizens, expectant mothers and physically challenged ...
 Business Standard1 month ago
Money Today

DGCA warns IndiGo, SpiceJet, GoAir for flouting payload norms

IndiGo , SpiceJet and GoAir were issued notices by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) after the regulator found them violating safety norms by carrying full flights to these two airports where they should fly with 20 per cent less load, official ...
 Money Today1 month ago DGCA warns IndiGo, SpiceJet and GoAir for safety violations on small runways  Domain Business1 month ago SpiceJet seeks nod for Qatar flight  The Telegraph1 month ago

Too fat to fly? 600 Air India air hostesses found over weight

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has left 600 Air India air hostesses in a lurch as they were found overweight and unfit for flying, according to the DGCA's new requirements on body weight, vision and hearing.
 First Post.com2 months ago Air passengers had lucky escape 78 times since 2011  DNA India1 week ago Air India may soon become headless  Times of India1 week ago Air India may soon become headless, term of CMD Rohit Nandan to end on August 11  Economic Times1 week ago
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