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Over 25 per cent of the sanctioned posts at aviation watchdog DGCA are lying vacant, the government said.
“Not providing Hindi reading material on board is against Indian government’s policy for official language”, Lalit Gupta, joint director general, DGCA, said in a letter to airlines.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is responsible for ensuring the safety of the Indian skies.
The National Green Tribunal today directed the aviation regulator DGCA to substantiate its claim that it is impossible to dump human waste from aircraft tanks mid-air.
GoAir's G8 338 faced a bird hit during its initial climb during take off yesterday but instead of returning to the airport, the pilots allegedly continued the journey.
According to the advisory issued by DGCA, the airports must observe “human factors” and incorporate them in emergency planning and training manuals.
As per DGCA rules, checking counters close 45 minutes before the scheduled take-off time of an aircraft.
Both IndiGo and Air India yesterday barred Reddy from taking their flights for creating ruckus at the Visakhapatnam airport over boarding pass.
The DGCA had last month proposed to make a one-year notice period mandatory for commanders and six months for first officers, or co-pilots
The NAG pilots along with those from Indian Pilots Guild and Indian Commercial Pilots Association are at loggerheads with the aviation regulator DGCA over the issue of extension in notice period.
An official at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in Delhi said that an engineer, who was part of the crew, died in the accident, while the two pilots suffered injuries.
The complaint was withdrawn after the airlines and the pilots expressed regret over the issue, a DGCA official said.
The unions accused the official of "victimising and threatening" with regulatory and police action some of the pilots for airing their views against a draft note.
THE Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Tuesday filed a complaint with the Delhi Police against a group of pilots for allegedly abusing a top DGCA official on a closed WhatsApp group. Acco
Obscene messages allegedly sent; 10 pilots kept off flying duties after DGCA Joint Director General took offence at not being addressed with the correct designation in a letter written by them to him
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