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Sep 17, 2017
Russia, Iraq restore commercial air travel services after 13-year freeze since 2004Russia and Iraq restored scheduled commercial airline services on Sunday for the first time since 2004, in what officials hailed as a sign of stability returning to the war-torn country.
Jul 24, 2017
UK government announces drone registration; adds new drone code for usersAnnounced on 22 July, a drone weighing in at 250 grams and above will have to be registered from now on.
May 28, 2017
Nepal aircraft crashes near Mount Everest, death toll rises to two after co-pilot diesThe death toll in the Nepalese cargo aircraft crash in the Mount Everest region has risen to two after the co-pilot of the plane succumbed to his injuries.
Apr 30, 2017
Passenger plane at Heathrow Airport came close to hitting two drones, says reportLondon: A passenger jet approaching Heathrow Airport was involved in a near-miss incident with two drones, the first such recorded instance in the UK. Scotland Yard was informed after the incident in November last year, but the drones' operators have not been found, a report by the UK Airprox Board (UKAB) said this week.
Apr 12, 2017
Civil Aviation Authority in Dubai has made registration of private drones compulsoryThe Dubai Civil Aviation Authority on Tuesday said it will implement compulsory registration of privately-used drones to ensure safety zones.
Sep 26, 2016
UAE to heavily regulate drones; set to introduce new laws to minimize risksThe United Arab Emirates will finalise laws to more heavily regulate the sale of drones and their operations soon, aiming to minimise risks posed by unmanned aerial vehicles, an official at the aviation regulator said on Monday.
Jun 10, 2016
Govt cancels proposal to rename DGCA with Civil Aviation AuthorityThe UPA government had proposed to replace Directorate General of Civil Aviation with Civil Aviation Authority having full functional and financial autonomy
Feb 03, 2016
Somalia airline blast, two injured; pilot fears it was caused by bombA blast that ripped a hole in a commercial airliner shortly after take-off from Somalia's capital was probably caused by a bomb, the pilot who landed it safely claimed today.
Feb 02, 2016
Pakistan International Airlines halts operations after two staffers die in standoff with policeThe employees of Pakistan International Airlines are opposing the airlines' privatisation.
Apr 06, 2015
Emirates invests $6 mn to train crew for onboard emergencyAll Emirates cabin crew go through a comprehensive initial training program, which is required by the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority, as well as additional specific training for the use of onboard medical equipment.