The DGCA has sought an report from the airline after videos showed mediapersons standing too close to each other in its Chandigarh-Mumbai flight (6E264) on Wednesday
Days after Spicejet mishap, DGCA tells airlines to factor in alternative destination during flight planning in bad weather
Aviation regulator DGCA Friday said that in cases of adverse weather or airport limitation, airlines must factor in the alternative destination during the flight planning stage itself
DGCA issues safety directions to airlines following four landing-related mishaps this week, says crew roster should factor in fatigue element
Indian aviation regulator DGCA Tuesday issued safety directions to airlines in the wake of multiple incidents of planes overshooting runways while operating amidst bad weather conditions
AN-32 crash in Arunachal Pradesh should wake authorities up to dangers of retaining obsolete aircraft
It needs to be asked as to why the flight data recorder in the AN-32, which is relatively indestructible, was so wrecked.
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Rs 30,000cr for pilot's kin? Rahul Gandhi not alone; 'paying off the dead' part of Indian mindset that cares least for safety
Let’s not just castigate Rahul Gandhi for offering Rs 30,000 cr from the Rafale deal to the kin of pilots killed in a mishap, because the Indian government does nothing else but fling money to camouflage its official sins of commission and omission
One of three runways at Delhi airport to be closed for 13 days starting 15 November; flight disruptions likely
A DIAL spokesperson said the preventive repairs at Delhi airport will lower its capacity by 50 arrivals and 50 departures per day in this duration.
Exclusive: India stares at an air safety crisis as disgruntled CNS officers intend to cede ratings over recruitment, allowance row
When contacted by Firstpost, AAI chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra refused to comment on the simmering issue.
The Delhi High Court has sought from the civil aviation regulator, DGCA, the latest position regarding air safety, probe into aircraft accidents and recruitment of flight operations inspectors.
Russia faces one of its worst aviation disasters as Saratov Airlines flight carrying 71 crashes; Vladimir Putin offers condolences
A Russian passenger plane carrying 71 people crashed near Moscow on Sunday minutes after taking off, killing everyone on board in one of the country's worst ever aviation disasters.
A IL-18 military aircraft carrying 39 people on board, including seven crew members, reportedly crashed in Russia"s Far East on Monday.
A research vessel with an underwater robot is set to begin searching the Mediterranean "as from Friday" for the wreck of the EgyptAir plane that crashed last month
Smoke alerts were triggered inside the cabin of the ill-fated EgyptAir jet minutes before it plunged into the Mediterranean Sea with 66 people on board..
An Alliance Air plane on Tuesday suffered "extensive" damage in Kolkata when the driver of a tarmac bus ferrying Jet Airways crew apparently dozed off.
There have been some reports of DGCA considering introduction of psychometric tests now.
Questions are being raised on the enforcement of air safety standards followed in Indonesia, from where QZ8501 began its flight, and whether the airlines have adequately qualified pilots to fly the rapidly growing fleets.
A FAA downgrade of India's aviation safety ranking would result in banning Indian airlines from code-sharing and service expansion in the US.
The Mangalore-bound passenger aircraft, which was coming from Dubai, had 160 passengers and six crew members on board and only eight of them had survived.
Even US senators have been tagged for extra screening, as have nuns and war heroes with the same names as suspected terrorists on the watch list.
The former president had a similar experience in April 2009.