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DGCA seeks details of dues from Spicejet

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is carrying out an engineering audit of SpiceJet after the carrier is said to have found it difficult to provide equipment to operate some flights. "The audit is to be carried out in ... Economic Times, 3 hours ago
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Aviation regulator fails to plug safety loopholes

The dismal picture emerges even as the Directorate General of Civil Aviation prepares to move the US regulator next month to revoke the January downgrade of India's aviation sector from category I to
 Business Today India1 day ago

India wants fresh US audit for air-safety upgrade

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked the US's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) for a fresh audit by end-August of the safety oversight mechanism. Sources in DGCA said the letter was sent this week. FAA, in audits in ...
 Business Standard India5 days ago DGCA to seek fresh audit of India's flight safety oversight mechanism  Livemint.com2 days ago

DGCA to meet FAA for fresh audit next month

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has written a letter to meet US's Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) at the end of August this year to initiate a fresh audit of India's safety
 Business Standard India5 days ago DGCA may meet FAA next month for fres...  Economic Times4 days ago

Directorate General of Civil Aviation mulling to introduce easier flying licence rules for small operators

By Mihir Mishra NEW DELHI: India's civil aviation regulator is likely to make it easier for companies to start flight operations, especially those seeking to use small planes. It's also recommended that small operators be allowed to run scheduled ...
 Economic Times2 days ago DGCA refuses to declare Sri Jagannath Temple in Odisha as 'no-fly zone'  OrissaDiary1 week ago DGCA to ease licence renewal policy for pilots  Rediff.com1 month ago DGCA to ease norms for pilot licenses, flying schools, airports  Business Standard1 month ago

How planes are tracked

Summary India: In May, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation directed all domestic airlines and non-scheduled operators to track aircraft carrying passengers and cargo real time by using ACARS or ADS-B. Air Traffic Control (ATC) ...
 Indian Express3 days ago MH 370 effect: DGCA asks carriers to track flights real time  Business Line2 months ago

Aviation regulator issues time line for delivery of services

New Delhi, May 22 (IANS) In a bid to give a makeover to the aviation regulator's office, the Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) Thursday issued new service standard guidelines which enlist procedures, activities and time line for delivery of various ...
 News Chennai Online2 months ago Brownlee hands over aviation duties  New Zealand Herald5 days ago CAAP regulates the use of drones  GMA News.tv4 days ago
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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 Times1 week ago DGCA hauls up carriers on financials statements  Money Today1 month 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 Line2 weeks ago SINGAPORE AIRLINES : Tata-sia says it is ready for `proving' flight in sep 2014  4 Traders5 days ago DGCA dismisses objections raised against Tata-Singapore Airlines  Prokerala2 weeks ago Tata-SIA Airlines hopes to start flying in September-October  Domain-B1 day ago
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Copter gatecrashes IIT sports event

IIT Roorkee has lodged a strong complaint with the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).
 Times of India2 months ago DGCA sets timeline for issuing clearances  Deccan Herald2 months 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
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