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Flying from Delhi IGI Airport gets cheaper from today
MSN India

DGCA circular likely to affect pilot training put on hold

Mumbai: A Directorate General of Civil Aviation circular which would have severely crippled the expansion plans of airlines that send their pilots abroad for training was kept in abeyance at the eleventh hour after the affected carriers complained ... Times of India, 56 minutes ago
Flying from IGI Airport gets cheaper Financial Express, 2 days ago
Hindustan Times

DGCA suspends licence of pilot who made airhostess sit in cockpit

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended the licence of a SpiceJet commander who was sacked for allegedly allowing an airhostess sit in the cockpit during a Bangkok-Kolkata flight. The aviation regulator has also placed ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago DGCA suspends sacked SpiceJet pilot's licence for making airhostess sit in cockpit  DNA4 days ago DGCA suspends pilot for making airhostess take his seat in cockpit  Times of India4 days ago Pilot's licence suspended for making airhostess sit in cockpit  The Statesman3 days ago
Times of India

Flying a drone? You'll need to get a DGCA operator permit

CHENNAI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will soon regulate the use of drones by civilians. The regulatory body's recently-released draft civil aviation policy states that civilian usersoperators should register their drones and ...
 Times of India6 days ago Govt issues draft rules to fly drones in India  Hindustan Times1 week ago DGCA drafts interim guidelines for flying UAVs  AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago DGCA to register drones and issue permits for their operations  Domain Business6 days ago
Hindustan Times

Flights to Shimla soon, thanks to Supreme Court

The Supreme Court on Thursday ordered the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to submit a list of airline companies which possess a 42-seater aircraft for starting operations to Shimla. A bench headed by Chief Justice of India TS Thakur ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago The Supreme Court Is Forcing Airline Companies To Start Flights To Shimla  Indiatimes1 week ago Soon, fly to Shimla, thanks to apex court  Times of India1 week ago Supreme Court cracks the whip on bank NPAs, air routes  Economic Times2 months ago
Hindustan Times

Ensure passenger service to small cities: SC to airlines, officials

The Supreme Court gave the director general of civil aviation till May 4 to ensure airlines agree to fly the mandated quota of flights to smaller cities such as Shimla largely ignored by the industry because of low passenger volumes. India's ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Air routes to be reworked for big airlines to fly to small cities  Times of India1 month ago

SpiceJet pilot faces DGCA probe for safety breach

The alleged mid-air irregularity by a SpiceJet pilot has led to the Directorate General of Civil Aviation launching a probe to ascertain if the pilot breached safety rules. The pilot allegedly made an airhostess sit in the cockpit with him and ...
 Smart Investor1 week ago
Times of India

Aviation authority reviews block time for select domestic flights

The Directorate-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has advised airlines to use realistic block timings for flights. For this it has considered a flight time of 185 minutes for a flight between Delhi and Kochi and 130 minutes for a flight between Delhi and ...
 Business Line3 weeks ago As near misses rise, DGCA mulls review of call signs  The Hindu2 months ago Similar call signs ring alarm bells for flight safety, DGCA forms panel  Times of India2 months ago DGCA for review of airlines call signs to improve air safety  Asian Age2 months ago

Why don't you apply night flying restrictions at airports: NGT

It also asked Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to give a break-up of flights landing in the night between 10:00 PM and 7:00 AM at the IGI airport here. NEW DELHI: Why is night curfew not implemented for flights to and from airports across the ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Government mulling to and fro night flights in Kashmir  DNA2 months ago

India mulls allowing importing plan...

India's Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) may soon relax a 20-year-old rule banning the import of aircraft over 15 years, by allowing domestic airlines to import planes that are up to 18 years old, in a bid to boost regional air ...
 Transport Weekly2 days ago India may relax import restrictions on older aircraft  Air Transport World1 week ago Air India aircraft does emergency evacuation  DNA1 month ago

DGCA nod for IndiGo Neos likely in March

NEW DELHI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is likely to issue a 'type' certification to IndiGo by the first week of March, paving the way for induction of Airbus A320 aircraft with new engine options or Neos into the fleet of India's leading ...
 Economic Times2 months ago DGCA certification for Airbus Neos likely by Mar  Economic Times2 months ago
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