DGCA orders SpiceJet to operate 50% of approved flights for 8 weeks following multiple snags, airline says it won’t affect flight operations
DGCA orders SpiceJet to cut flights by 50% after probe on multiple snags faced by planes of the airline
Indigo to cough up ₹5 lacs penalty for deboarding a differently-abled child, DGCA takes action after the intervention of Aviation Minister
Earlier on May 16, an inquiry conducted by the DGCA found Indigo prima facie guilty of handling passengers inappropriately and its staff members of violating applicable regulations.
Air India Express crash: Civil Aviation Safety Advisory Council had warned about ‘possible accident’ at Kozhikode airport in 2011 due to runway deficiencies
The tabletop runway at Kozhikode airport is unsafe for landing during rains due to steep drops around it and very less buffer zone
Air Asia row: DGCA serves show-cause notice to airlines after pilot and YouTuber Gaurav Taneja alleges violations of safety protocols
Earlier, the senior officials of DGCA informed that a probe had been launched against Air Asia. The pilot had alleged that the airlines has been ignoring safety protocols to save fuel.
Hardeep Singh Puri assured that the aviation sector would recover fast, owing to a huge captive market.
Video from Pakistan International Airlines shared on social media to claim that Air India is charging thrice the ticket price
A video of a traveler arguing with Pakistan International Airlines crew being shared to claim that it was an Air India flight
Delhi: Aviation ministry staffer tested positive for coronavirus, ministry headquarters at Jor Bagh sealed
The concerned employee had attended office on 15 April and was found coronavirus positive on 21 April.
As per information received, 183 incidents of flying of drones have been observed on the borders