Tag: DGCA

Drones In India: Panel To Finalise Regulations, Says Government

A committee including officers from security agencies has been set up by the civil aviation ministry to finalise the

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Aviation Safety Regulator DGCA Flies Into Inflight Hindi Debate

India's aviation regulator has directed airlines to carry more Hindi newspapers and magazines so that equal numbers in both

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Making You Pay For Seat Selection Is Now Serious Money For Airlines

British airline Ryanair was once proposing charging customers to use the washrooms on airplanes. The plan, however, did not

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Jet Airways Likely To Operate A New Service

Jet Airways has reportedly expressed keenness in launching a service in the Tiruchi – Mumbai sector.

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Passengers Can Seek Refund Of Excess Delhi Airport Fees

Passengers who have flown to or from Delhi airport after 7 July can seek refunds from airlines for excess

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Mumbai: DGCA Orders Demolition Of 70 Buildings For Safe Flight Operations

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has sent notices for demolishing 70 buildings in Mumbai, for ensuring safe

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For White Elephant Air India, Rs 10 Crore In Savings From Non-Veg Is Just Bananas

If Air India is a white elephant lurching its way through hundreds of crores in losses, then the Rs

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DGCA Cuts Down On Food To Save Money

Not just the national carrier Air India, even the aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) seems to

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Video Of Models Ducking Plane Irks DGCA

This is possibly the craziest stunt ever performed on a remote airstrip in India that has sent the aviation

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DGCA to Audit Major Indian Airlines

The special audit will be carried in November for ensuring the safety of Indian flyers, a population which is

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