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India gets back Category-I aviation safety ranking
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DGCA will brief European agency

Following the upgrade of India by the United States Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) earlier in April after a safety audit, India is bracing for another audit by the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) in November 2015 but more immediately, ... Asian Age, 1 month ago
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Calcutta Telegraph, 1 month ago

Jet, IndiGo, SpiceJet ask govt not to remove 5/20 rule

The incumbents, under the aegis of Federation of Indian Airlines (FIA), said in a letter to the Ministry of Civil Aviation late this evening that the 5/20 rule need not be abolished since any change in this rule will remove level playing field conditions.
 Money Control1 month ago Govt firm on scrapping 5/20 rule for airlines  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Scrapping 5/20 rule unlikely to allow new carriers to go global  Financial Express2 months ago

Upgrade in India status by FAA to help airlines

In a major boost to the Narendra Modi government, the US Federal Aviation Administration on Wednesday upgraded India back to Category 1 status in air safety oversight, 14 months after it downgraded it to Category 2 status in January 2014. This means new ...
 Asian Age1 month ago
The Telegraph

Row over remote area flight norm

The civil aviation ministry and the Federation of Indian Airlines, the apex body of existing carriers, have crossed swords over a new policy that seeks to change route dispersal guidelines. While the two had earlier disagreed over a plan to scrap the rules ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago
Livemint.com

United Bank of India says lost hope to recover money from Kingfisher

The airline owes Rs. 6,500 crore now (after around Rs. 1,000 crore recovery) to a 17-lender consortium led by State Bank of India, which has an exposure of Rs. 1,600 crore to the grounded airline. Photo: Bloomberg Mumbai: State-owned United Bank ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago Lost hope of recovering Kingfisher dues: United Bank of India  Times of India2 days ago UBI gives up on Kingfisher  Calcutta Telegraph2 days ago United Bank says lost hope to recover money from Mallya's Kingfisher Airlines  DNA3 days ago
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Security Today

DGCA acting on FAA findings on Indian civil aviation security

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is taking action on the findings brought up by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on India's aviation safety, which has remained downgraded since early last year. The action on the findings ...
 Security Today2 months ago DGCA rushes to set house right before aviation safety audit  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago DGCA's next litmus test: UN watchdog ICAO's audit in November  Smart Investor1 month ago India's civil aviation sector considers safety and security as the most important aspect: Ashok Gajapathi Raju  Meri News1 month ago
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17,000 Air India employees set to elect union leaders

Air India currently has several large and medium-sized unions. While some of these unions are recognised by the airline management, others are not. (PTI) Grappling with labour issues ever since its merger with Indian Airlines in 2007, Air India ...
 Financial Express2 weeks ago
Nikkei Asian Review

India gets green light to increase flights to US

NEW DELHI -- Indian airlines will be able to add more flights flights to the U.S. now that American authorities have upgraded the South Asian country's civil aviation safety rating. During a recent meeting with Indian Civil Aviation Minister ...
 Nikkei Asian Review3 weeks ago Govt wants airlines to add flights to Kashmir, North East  Smart Investor2 months ago

Indian Safety Regulators Respond to EASA, ICAO Scrutiny

Even as the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA ) restored India's safety oversight to Category 1 in March following a 14-month downgrade to Cat-2 under its International Aviation Safety Assessment ( IASA ) program, Indian authorities will ...
 Aviation International News2 weeks ago FAA Restores India to Category 1 Under International Aviation Safety Assessment Program  JD Supra1 month ago US restores India's top aviation safety ranking, desi carriers can expand wings in America now  Times of India1 month ago FAA Restores India's Safety Ranking  Aviation International News1 month ago

Indian shooters harassed by national airline, not allowed to board flight with equipment

The South Korean national airlines had no problem in transferring the equipment. Sidhu had a disappointing World Cup campaign as she failed to qualify for the final An Indian airline company, Jet Airways refused to carry the equipment used by ...
 Yahoo! India1 month ago
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