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Pilots shut down wrong engine after take-off: DGCA probe on 2017 bird strike incident

Once the aircraft stopped climbing at an altitude of 3,330 feet, the pilots "realised their mistake", and consequently started engine 1 and brought back the plane to Delhi airport, stated the Directorate General of Civil Aviation report dated November 5, 2018.

Air passenger traffic up 18 per cent in June

The domestic aviation industry witnessed a growth of 16.53 per cent in May this year as spot fares were up 15-20 per cent on key metro routes. Airlines targeted spot fares to offset rising input costs.


GoAir annouces 'Summer offer': Here's how you can avail cashback and discounts on flight tickets

Called the 'Summer offer' the airline has partnered with ZoomCar, Xoxoday, Paytm and HDFC Bank to provide the discounts to the passengers.

Delhi airport: GoAir to shift operations to T2 from October 29

GoAir MD Jeh Wadia said the move to shift to T2 would help the airline expand and further improve connectivity to more destinations from the national capital.

Aviation group opposes 5/20 rule

The proposed policy would be discussed by senior aviation officials and CEOs of Indian airlines.

Plane aborts take-off at last minute at IGIA

Passengers onboard a Go Air flight to Mumbai from Indira Gandhi International Airport (IGIA) had a narrow escape on Wednesday.


Airlines may charge extra for upto 20% seats only

Six seats each in front and emergency exit rows can be put up for preferred seating: officials

AirAsia incorporates Indian venture,files all papers with MCA

Private sector company was incorporated on March 28 with an initial authorised capital of Rs 5 lakh.

18 emergency,rough landing incidents in 2010

During the same period,five incidents of rough landing involving aircraft of Spice Jet were reported.

For second day,maximum temperature in city lower than that of Shimla

Tricity residents did not receive much respite from the chill today,with the maximum temperature recorded being 13.2 degrees celsius,eight degrees below normal.