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 - Sakshi Post
Oct 30, 2021
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation announced on Friday that scheduled international passenger flights will be cancelled until November 30 due to an increase in coronavirus cases in other...
 - Sakshi Post
Aug 30, 2021
Due to the COVID 19 pandemic situation in the country, the Director-General of Civil Aviation on Sunday extended the suspension of scheduled international commercial passenger flights till September...
 - Sakshi Post
May 08, 2021
Hyderabad: The ‘Medicine from the Sky’ project was launched by the Hon’ble Minister K.T. Rama Rao during the Indian Economic Summit in late 2019.
 - Sakshi Post
Mar 01, 2021
The Directorate General Civil Aviation (DGCA) suggested a concession to customers. It announced cheaper air travel for those who are not going with check-in luggage. The airlines were suggested to...
 - Sakshi Post
Jan 17, 2021
NEW DELHI: The Director of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has granted licence to Andhra Pradesh Airports Development Corporation Limited (APDCL) to open Kurnool Airport at Orvakal on Friday.
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Jun 26, 2020
NEW DELHI: International passenger flights in the country will remain suspended till July 15, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said on Friday.
Jet Airways - Sakshi Post
Apr 04, 2019
Jet Airways on Wednesday informed employees that salaries for March will be delayed
Weather Related Flight Cancellations Hits Passenger Growth In Jan - Sakshi Post
Feb 21, 2019
India’s domestic air passenger traffic growth slowed in January as airlines cancelled flights due to reasons like weather related events.
India’s Domestic Air Passenger Traffic Rises By 19% - Sakshi Post
Jan 23, 2019
India’s domestic air passenger traffic rose by 18.60 per cent in 2018 on a year-on-year basis to 13.90 crore
High Fuel Prices Caused Financial Turbulence In Aviation Section - Sakshi Post
Dec 29, 2018
Even as strong headwinds soaring jet fuel prices and low yields induced financial turbulence
Financial Strain Won’t Hit Jet Airways Safety: DGCA - Sakshi Post
Dec 20, 2018
India’s civil aviation regulator on Wednesday said that it has not found any safety concern with Jet Airways due to the financial strain being faced by the airline
Cabin pressure loss led to distress and discomfort among passengers.   - Sakshi Post
Sep 22, 2018
Activist Asad Ashraf Patel, who also runs a local newspaper, filed the complaint with Sahar Police Station through his lawyer, Rajkumarlaxman Arjunrao Rajhuns.
The government said that it would empower DGCA to regulate air traffic controllers. (Representational) - Sakshi Post
Jul 23, 2018
DGCA chief B S Bhullar said if the ICAO had not taken this aspect into consideration, then India’s score after the audit would have been 71.13 per cent.
DGCA has made certain “observations” related to regulatory and guidance material, on which time-bound action - Sakshi Post
Jul 22, 2018
DGCA to Act On US Aviation Watchdog Concerns
Air Asia - Sakshi Post
May 31, 2018
The CBI on Tuesday had named AirAsia Group CEO Tony Fernandes and others in a criminal case of violating FDI norms
IndiGo A320 neo aircraft - Sakshi Post
Feb 10, 2018
No-frills airline IndiGo has grounded three A320 neo aircraft due to engine problems, according to a senior official at aviation regulator DGCA.
In an order issued late last week, Air India chairman and managing director Rajiv Bansal directed Soman to take charge of as ED, HQ, with immediate effect. - Sakshi Post
Nov 26, 2017
The CMS is an integrated tool for crew planning, including of the pilots, depending on the network plan and commercial schedule.
An Indigo and a SpiceJet aircraft came face to face on the taxi way, at the IGI airport on Tuesday. - Sakshi Post
Dec 27, 2016
Crew of both the aircrafts stopped their respective planes and alerted the ATC thus averting a major mishap.
Representational image - Sakshi Post
Nov 29, 2016
DGCA mulls action
One pilot each of Jet Airways and Air India were held for being drunk before operating their flights. - Sakshi Post
Oct 26, 2016
The licence of Jet Airways pilot has been suspended for three months while that of Air India pilot for three years since he is a second time offender.
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