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US FAA report on India's aviation safety likely by 10 April

Mar 31, 2015

US FAA report on India's aviation safety likely by 10 April

On 31 January, last year, the FAA had lowered India's safety ranking to Category-II from Category-I which the country had been holding since 1997. #NewsTracker #DGCA #Federal Aviation Administration #Aviation safety #Mahesh Sharma
Indian pilots may be subjected to mid-term psychometric tests

Mar 30, 2015

Indian pilots may be subjected to mid-term psychometric tests

Pilots of Indian air carriers may now be subjected to mid-term psychometric tests to ensure that they are mentally fit to fly, following the deliberate crashing of German airliner by the co-pilot last week. #World #NewsTracker #DGCA #A320 #Germanwings #Andreas Lubitz
Newly-launched Vistara cancelled more flights than any other domestic carrier in Feb

Mar 27, 2015

Newly-launched Vistara cancelled more flights than any other domestic carrier in Feb

The third full service carrier after national airline Air India and Jet Airways, Vistara also operated over 40 percent seats vacant in its aircraft during a period in which some of the other airlines reported a seat factor as high as 89.7 percen #Jet Airways #DGCA #Tata-SIA #Vistara
Prepare for more cancellations: SpiceJet runs short of planes for scheduled flights

Mar 27, 2015

Prepare for more cancellations: SpiceJet runs short of planes for scheduled flights

Low-cost carrier SpiceJet will have to cancel more than a fifth of its planned daily flights if it cannot reach an agreement with its lessors to bring in more aircraft by the end of this month, a company spokesman said. #Boeing #SpiceJet #DGCA #Boeing 737 #Ajay Singh
Germanwings disaster: Why a pilot crashing an airplane may be tougher in India

Mar 27, 2015

Germanwings disaster: Why a pilot crashing an airplane may be tougher in India

With European investigators as well as Lufthansa, the parent company of Germanwings, acknowledging that the Germanwings Airbus A320 that slammed two days ago into the French Alps, killing 150, was most likely deliberately crashed by 28-year co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, questions are sure to arise on what can be done to prevent such a scenario from ever occurring again. #CriticalPoint #DGCA #Lufthansa #Directorate General of Civil Aviation #pilot #Germanwings #Andreas Lubitz #safety rules