Result: 1- 8 out of 330 Article found
solapur airport, spicejet, air connectivity, mumbai air traffic, civil aviation, ashok raju, udan scheme, indian express, maharashtra

‘FAA concerns on DGCA’s regulatory, guidance materials will be addressed’

The DGCA, said in an official statement, that it will soon commence action on the observations made by the FAA team to take the corrective steps within the stipulated timeline.

DGCA to issue fresh licences to traffic controllers by March 2019

Currently, Airports Authority of India (AAI) manages as well as regulates air traffic control officers in India posted at airports managed by the operator.

Passenger safety: AAIB for flying professionals at key posts in non-scheduled operators

In September 2013, the Bell Helicopter model 212 departed from Juhu airport for Aurangabad with three passengers and two crew members on board and crashed about 37 minutes after taking off.

After ICAO audit, DGCA tasked with licensing traffic control operators

At present, licensing, certification of ATCOs are done by the AAI, which handles the air navigation services.

BSE, NSE seek details from Jet Airways for results delay

Love-struck Mumbai jeweller becomes first person to be put on no-fly list

According to the crime branch, the note asked the plane to be flown straight to POK (Pakistan Occupied Kashmir). It ended with the words, “Allah is Great”. The reference to POK made investigators suspicious because Pakistan-based terrorists call the area ‘Azad Kashmir’.

PIL to cap air fares: Delhi High Court seeks reply from Centre, DGCA

A bench of Acting Chief Justice Gita Mittal and Justice C Hari Shankar issued notice to the Ministry and the regulatory body — DGCA, on a PIL seeking capping of air fares charged by the airlines in the country from consumers.

DGCA sets up two-member team to probe incident to Rahul Gandhi's flight snag

Rahul Gandhi’s flight snag: DGCA sets up two-member team to probe incident

The DGCA team is likely to file a report within three weeks. The Congress had filed an FIR with the Karnataka Police on Thursday, in which is claimed the autopilot of the aircraft was not functioning.

Dip in air traffic in routes connecting Mumbai to metros

Travel websites state that the dip in travel could also be because of increased airfares between metropolitan sectors. In March, the flight ticket to Delhi from Mumbai, booked a week in advance, saw a seven per cent increase when compared to a regular advanced booking.

Air charter operations: Ahead of Karnataka Assembly elections, DGCA tweaks norms

This includes conducting regular briefing sessions with pilots, personnel engaged in engineering, operations, owners/operators of helipad and chartering agencies, etc about the relevant rules and regulations laid down by the DGCA and the Ministry of Home Affairs.

Mumbai Flights delayed

Cancelled flights across India: Here is the altered schedule you should look at

Following fresh P&W engine issues with Airbus A320neo aircraft, IndiGo and GoAir have cancelled flights for 10 days till March 24 and are offering alternate flying options or refunds to passengers.

IndiGo, Air India Express among top five affordable airlines in the world

DGCA took proactive step in grounding 11 aircrafts: Jayant Sinha

All the grounded flights would not be allowed to fly till the faulty engines are replaced, Minister of State for Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha said as he sought to allay the collective apprehensions of passengers about flying safe

Airbus A320Neo jets with faulty Pratt engines grounded by DGCA: All you need to know

The snags with the engines have led to repeated grounding of airplanes in India. IndiGo had taken at least seven of its jets out of action by July last year, awaiting a fix for the engines. As recently as February, the DGCA had ordered IndiGo to not fly three of its jets.

DGCA grounds 11 GoAir, IndiGo aircraft from Airbus with faulty engines

The aviation regulator’s directive came hours after an IndiGo aircraft with the affected engine on the Ahmedabad-Lucknow route developed a mid-air snag shortly after take-off, that forced it to return to Ahmedabad.

Delhi HC

Airlines liable to pay passengers for denying boarding: DGCA to Delhi High Court

The Air India’s counsel supported DGCA’s stand that said passenger’s right to claim compensation was not restricted by CAR and petitioner had not made any claim from Air India for not being permitted to travel from Delhi to Patna on December 12, 2015.

robot swarm, robotic quadcopters, flying robots, ground robots, built in safety bubbles, virtual top hats, autonomous machines, robotics, Science, Science news

Privacy in the air

DGCA’s draft regulation on drones is a beginning. But it sidesteps important issues.