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Aviation watchdog DGCA to get powers to impose penalties

Aviation watchdog DGCA to get powers to impose penalties

The government plans to provide the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) with powers to impose penalties for violations.

Fly High, But Lie low: The DGCA’s new Civil Aviation Requirement

Fly High, But Lie low: The DGCA’s new Civil Aviation Requirement

The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), India’s aviation watchdog, recently issued a Civil Aviation Requirement (CAR) regarding handling of unruly/disruptive passengers.

Domestic air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April

Domestic air passengers grow by 15.15 per cent in April

Domestic air passengers during the month of April grew by 15.15 per cent with Indian carriers carrying 9.1 million, shows passenger data shared by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).

India’s airline passenger growth rises 17.71% in April

India’s airline passenger growth rises 17.71% in April

Indian domestic carriers recorded a passenger growth grew by 17.71% higher than the same period in the previous year, Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said in a report on Thursday.

UDAN scheme: Trujet all set to spread wings pan-India, gets AOC

UDAN scheme: Trujet all set to spread wings pan-India, gets AOC

Hyderabad-based regional air carrier Trujet, part of Turbo Megha Airways, has received the Air Operator Certificate (AOC) from the aviation regulator Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) which will enable it to expand flight services to all metros in the country

Poaching pilots set to get tougher

Poaching pilots set to get tougher

Aviation authorities have now proposed to hike the notice period of airline commanders from six months to a year.

DGCA issues new ‘stricter’ rules over notice period for pilots

DGCA issues new ‘stricter’ rules over notice period for pilots

In a dramatic move, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued notice to aviation pilots mandating a notice period of one year for commanders and six months notice period for co-pilots before resignation

6 months to one year: DGCA plans to double notice period of pilots

6 months to one year: DGCA plans to double notice period of pilots

Pilots in India may soon need to serve a notice of one year if they resign from their current job. Indian aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has revived a year-old proposal of reviewing its over a decade-old rule of having six months’ notice period for pilots.

Levy on scheduled flights on major routes fixed at Rs 5,000

Levy on scheduled flights on major routes fixed at Rs 5,000

The government has fixed at Rs 5,000 the levy on scheduled flights, being charged from the airlines flying on major routes, to fund its regional connectivity scheme, UDAN.

Emirates, flydubai say they are not violating bilateral air services pact

Emirates, flydubai say they are not violating bilateral air services pact

Dubai-based Emirates and flydubai dismissed accusations of breaching bilateral air services treaty with India and flying in more passengers.

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