A day after aviation watchdog DGCA suspended two AirAsia India pilots for procedural violations, the airline Friday said it would comply with the recommendations of the regulator.
“AirAsia India confirms receipt of final remarks in an incident involving our aircraft. We have followed all norms and will comply with the recommendations of the regulator. AirAsia India abides by and is actively involved with the regulator to ensure safe flying experience always,” the airline said in a statement.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended flying licences of two pilots for violating procedures that caused damage to the wing sharklet of an aircraft. Read More