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DGCA Asks Airlines To Strictly Enforce Covid-19 Protocol Amid Rise In Cases

In a statement, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said it will be conducting "random checks" in aircraft across the country to see if the COVID-19 protocol is being enforced or not

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SpiceJet Flights To Be Reinstated Gradually: DGCA

India will allow SpiceJet to reinstate flights in a "graded manner" once the airline shows it has sufficient engineering strength and the financial ability to stock up on spares, the country's air safety watchdog told Reuters

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DGCA Orders SpiceJet To Operate Just 50% Of Approved Flights For 8 Weeks

On July 6, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued a show-cause notice to SpiceJet following at least eight incidents of technical malfunction in its aircraft since June 19

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DGCA Inspection Reveal Airlines Not Following Regulatory Rules On Aircraft Maintenance

Vistadome coaches come with 180-degree rotatable plush seats, large glass windows, glass roofs with anti-glare screens, and a Wi-Fi-based system to offer passengers more information

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Rakesh Jhunjunwala-backed Akasa Air Gets Airline Licence From DGCA

An air operator's certificate (AOC) means the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) has granted its approval to an airline to operate their fleets for commercial purposes

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DGCA Issues Show Cause Notice To SpiceJet Over 'Poor Safety Oversight'

The notice comes amid 8 malfunction incidents in 18 days and the regulator found that SpiceJet has failed to establish a safe, efficient and reliable air service

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Rs 10 Lakh Penalty On Vistara For Allowing Improperly Trained Pilot To Land Aircraft With Passengers

The pilot, who was the first officer on the flight, landed the aircraft at the Indore airport recently without first getting the requisite training in a simulator

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Jet Airways Gets DGCA Clearance To Resume Flight Operations

Once India's biggest private carrier, Jet stopped flying in April 2019 after running out of cash, owing billions to lenders and leaving thousands without jobs.

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DGCA Starts Probe In SpiceJet's Mumbai-Durgapur Flight Incident

On Monday, SpiceJet spokesperson said, "Eleven passengers travelling on SpiceJet flight SG-945 from Mumbai to Durgapur on May 1, which encountered severe turbulence during descent which unfortunately resulted in injuries to a few passengers, were hospitalised"

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7 IndiGo Pilots Under DGCA Scanner For 'Abusing' On Emergency Frequency

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has launched a probe in the matter. IndiGo is yet to issue a statement on the development, the sources said

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64.08 Lakh Domestic Passengers In January; 43% Lower Than December: DGCA

The passenger load factors -- which means occupancy rates -- fell for all Indian carriers in January as compared to December, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) stated in its monthly statement

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Domestic Air Passenger Traffic Rises 6.7% In December: DGCA

Air India, Vistara, AirAsia India and Alliance Air carried 9.89 lakh, 8.61 lakh, 7.01 lakh, 1.25 lakh passengers, respectively, in December 2021

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Collision Between India-Bound Flights In Dubai Averted; DGCA Seeks Probe Report From UAE

The two Emirates jets that had a close shave on January 9 were the Dubai-Hyderabad flight (EK-524) and the Dubai-Bengaluru flight (EK-568)

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10.5 Mn Domestic Air Passengers In Nov, 17% Higher Than Oct: DGCA

The aviation sector has been significantly impacted due to the travel restrictions imposed in India and other countries in view of the pandemic.

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Scindia Flies On SpiceJet's Delhi-Gwalior Spl Flight Using 737 Max Plane

This aircraft could fly longer distances to places such as Moscow and Turkey where older plane, 737-800, could not go, Singh noted.

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