DGCA, Air India Pass The Buck On Hajj Flight Mess

Station manager Air India Srinagar, Muhammad Iqbal told Greater Kashmir that their flight was hovering over Srinagar airport for about 25 minutes “as it was denied permission by the DGCA to land.”

While the failure of authorities to facilitate landing of flights carrying Hajj pilgrims at the Srinagar airport on Thursday put the state government in an embarrassing situation, the directorate general of civil aviation and Air India are passing buck over the issue. The Air India has blamed the DGCA for denying them the landing permission while the DGCA has in turn blamed the airline for being late. Read More…

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