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After Air Costa cancels flights, DGCA deregisters 2 aircraft

After Air Costa cancels flights, DGCA deregisters 2 aircraft

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has deregistered two aircraft of regional carrier Air Costa following its cancellation of flights giving another blow to the grounded airline.

Even as IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet keep stranglehold on 71% marketshare, domestic aviation grows 16% in February

Even as IndiGo, Jet Airways, SpiceJet keep stranglehold on 71% marketshare, domestic aviation grows 16% in February

The domestic aviation market grew 16% Y-o-Y in February with the domestic airlines carrying 8.7 million passengers, compared to 7.5 million a year ago during the same month

SpiceJet tops on-time performance for the 5th consecutive month

SpiceJet tops on-time performance for the 5th consecutive month

SpiceJet Registers best OTP for the 5th successive month, Clocks 90% plus load factor for the 23rd month-in-a-row.

Consider capping air ticket prices: Parliament panel to govt

Consider capping air ticket prices: Parliament panel to govt

The government should consider fixing upper limit for airfares across sectors as pricing mechanism…

Cabin crew to monitor pilots’ controlled rest: DGCA

Cabin crew to monitor pilots’ controlled rest: DGCA

In a bid to check on instances of aircraft becoming untraceable during the pilot’s ‘control rest’ period, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has mandated cabin crew to keep a check on pilots during such period on medium- and long-haul flights.

Risk: Airlines run out of flight numbers, DGCA warns safety at risk

Risk: Airlines run out of flight numbers, DGCA warns safety at risk

The boom in aviation in India has given rise to a peculiar problem — airlines are running out of flight numbers. With a growing number of flights and too few flight numbers, call sign confusion emerged as a serious concern among authorities at the recently concluded meeting for deciding summer slots.

Indore: City to get air connectivity with Rajasthan, UP

Indore: City to get air connectivity with Rajasthan, UP

The city is all set to get air connectivity with untapped cities of Rajasthan and Utter Pradesh. Leading private airliner Jet Airways is all set to start flights from city for Jaipur and Lucknow and the operation is likely to commence in July.

Airlines run out of flight numbers, DGCA warns safety at risk

Airlines run out of flight numbers, DGCA warns safety at risk

The boom in aviation in India has given rise to a peculiar problem airlines are running out of flight numbers. With a growing number of flights and too few flight numbers, call sign confusion emerged as a serious concern among authorities at the recently concluded meeting for deciding summer slots.

Airlines pleading with Mumbai airport to allow more domestic flights

Airlines pleading with Mumbai airport to allow more domestic flights

Indians may be flying like never before but the infrastructure crunch at metro airports is limiting their choice of flights. “The minutes quote Debashis Saha of SpiceJet saying:

Did defective engines crash Vijay Mallya’s dream?

Did defective engines crash Vijay Mallya’s dream?

Businessman Vijay Mallya, who is wanted in India for a Rs 9,000-crore loan default, recently went on a tweeting frenzy, blaming ‘faulty’ Pratt & Whitney (PW) engines for the collapse of his Kingfisher Airlines.

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