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Emirates invests $6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

Apr 06, 2015

Emirates invests $6 mn to train crew for onboard emergency

All 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. #Aviation #CompanyWatch #malaria #Dengue #Emirates Airlines #trauma #Medical emergency #UAE General Civil Aviation Authority #Hypoxia #CPR
Why Malaysia Airlines can't blame UN aviation agency for MH17 tragedy

Jul 19, 2014

Why Malaysia Airlines can't blame UN aviation agency for MH17 tragedy

The role of the International Civil Aviation Authority has come under scrutiny after a Malaysian airliner was shot down by a missile on Thursday over eastern Ukraine, killing 298 people. #HowThisWorks #Russia #UN #Malaysia #Ukraine #treaty #Malaysia Airlines #MH17 #International Civil Aviation Authority
Centre defers bill to constitute CAA till next week

Feb 07, 2014

Centre defers bill to constitute CAA till next week

The CAA Bill, besides regulating civil aviation safety, empowers the proposed authority to draw up a state safety programme and approve safety management system. #India #Sitaram Yechury #PolicyWatch #DGCA #Civil Aviation Authority #Federal Aviation Administration #1934 Aircraft Act
Bill to establish CAA similar to DGCA parliamentary panel

Feb 06, 2014

Bill to establish CAA similar to DGCA parliamentary panel

Panel chief Sitaram Yechury warned that following the FAA's downgrade move, the aviation regulators of Britain, Australia and few other nations could follow suit. #India #Sitaram Yechury #PolicyWatch #DGCA #Civil Aviation Authority #Federal Aviation Administration
New aviation body set to replace DGCA

Jul 11, 2013

New aviation body set to replace DGCA

The new regulatory body would be called the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and would replace the DGCA. It will administer and regulate civil aviation safety and manage safety oversight over air transport operators, air service navigation operators and operators of other civil aviation facilities. #NewsTracker #Aviation #DGCA #Civil Aviation Authority
Govt to table new bill to replace DGCA by new aviation regulator

Apr 03, 2013

Govt to table new bill to replace DGCA by new aviation regulator

A bill to replace the DGCA by a new aviation regulator with full operational and financial autonomy is likely to be tabled in Parliament in the next part of the Budget Session starting later this month, official sources said today. #NewsTracker #DGCA #Civil Aviation Authority #Aviation regulator
Pakistan aircrash Black box to be taken to US for decoding

May 04, 2012

Pakistan aircrash Black box to be taken to US for decoding

The black box of the Pakistani passenger aircraft, Bhoja Air 737, that crashed last month killing 127 people will be taken to the US for decoding, media reports claimed. #NewsTracker #Civil Aviation Authority #Bhoja Air #Airblue #private airline
Pakistan probes jet crash amid criticism

Apr 22, 2012

Pakistan probes jet crash amid criticism

Pakistan has barred the head of the airline whose jet crashed near the capital from leaving the country, vowing to investigate a tragedy that has revived fears about the safety of aviation in a country saddled by massive economic problems. #Pakistan #NewsTracker #Disaster/Accident #Civil Aviation Authority #Bhoja Air #Pakistan Airplane Crash
Images Rescuers search for answers at Pak plane crash site

Apr 21, 2012

Images Rescuers search for answers at Pak plane crash site

A Bhoja Air passenger jet crashed on Friday as it came to land in Islamabad, killing all 127 people on board. Here are the images of the wreckage and search operations conducted at the crash site. #Rehman Malik #Karachi #Islamabad #Plane crash #ImagesOfTheDay #Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority #Bhoja Air passenger jet
Plane with 127 on board crashes in Pakistan, no survivors

Apr 21, 2012

Plane with 127 on board crashes in Pakistan, no survivors

Sources in the CAA said the flight was given clearance to land at Islamabad's Benazir Bhutto International Airport but it lost contact with the control tower minutes before the crash. #NewsTracker #Aviation #Disaster/Accident #Islamabad #Boeing 737 #Pakistan Civil Aviation Authority