Govt plans to provide DGCA with powers to impose penalties; brings in proposal to amend Aircraft Act, 1934
Stringent provisions are in place that allows the DGCA to deal with violations at various levels, including those related to airlines, pilots, crew members and other entities.
The IB has suggested that the existing substantial ownership and effective control requirement should be retained.
India's no-fly list, a mean to deal with unruly passengers, not a tool of harassment: Civil aviation ministry
The no-fly list will not become a tool of harassment for airlines, the government said today as it prepares to put in place a robust system to deal with unruly passengers in the wake of the assault incident involving a Shiv Sena MP.
Air India pilots were the top violators of Aircraft Rules in 2016 with the national carrier registering 24 cases, followed by Indigo with 9 cases and SpiceJet with 7 cases.