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Govt plans to provide DGCA with powers to impose penalties; brings in proposal to amend Aircraft Act, 1934

The government plans to provide civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) with powers to impose penalties

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Pilots shut down wrong engine after take-off: DGCA probe on 2017 bird strike incident

The pilots on GoAir’s Delhi-Mumbai flight decided to shut down engine number 1 while engine number 2 of the

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DGCA monitoring Jet Airways after grounding of aircraft

The Director General of Civil Aviation is keeping a hawk’s eye on the flight schedules of debt laden airline

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DGCA monitoring inflight shutdowns, ministry reviews safety issues

The Ministry of Civil Aviation & DGCA (Directorate General Civil Aviation) reviewed the position relating to safety issues in

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A320Neo engine failures in India lower than global average: DGCA

The mid-flight engine failures on A320neos in India has averaged 0.02 per 1000 engine flight hours which is considerably

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Air Traffic Controllers not to work over 200 hours in 30 days: DGCA

No person engaged in air traffic control services should work for more than 12 hours at a stretch, and

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MPs seek capping of airfares again; Govt refuses, says DGCA monitoring prices

Parliamentarians have yet again sought a sector-wise upper cap on airfares after getting complaints from travelling public about high

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DGCA inspector turns test flight into ‘spirited’ joyride for relatives

A senior official of the civil aviation watchdog, DGCA, cleared two pilots of an aircraft charter company to be designated

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Aircraft incidents on the decline since 2013: DGCA data

Aircraft incidents in the country have been coming down since 2013, according to data compiled by aviation regulator DGCA. The

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Domestic air traffic up 13.34% in October, lowest since July 2017

Domestic air traffic rose 13.34 per cent to 1.18 crore in October over the same period a year ago,

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