Anti-drone technology currently consists of radio frequency monitoring, as almost 99 percent of drones emit RF.
Delhi IGI airport receives hoax bomb threat on Monday; operations affected for 70 minutes at Terminal 2
Security agencies at Delhi international airport went into a tizzy after a hoax bomb call was received on Monday, affecting flight operations at Terminal 2 for around 70 minutes
Delhi's IGI Airport tightens security ahead of Independence Day; officials request flyers to reach in advance
Indira Gandhi International Airport authorities have ordered the closure of 'meet and greet' area till 20 August
Supreme Court dismisses PIL against appointment of former CBI special director Rakesh Asthana as DG civil aviation security
A bench headed by Chief Justice Ranjan Gogoi refused to entertain the plea filed by lawyer M L Sharma challenging Asthana's appointment in Bureau of Civil Aviation Security
Bureau of Civil Aviation Security Indigo on Friday said it is in the process of responding to the show-cause notice issued by aviation regulator DGCA
The new airports include Jaipur, Guwahati, Lucknow and Trivandrum, apart from Patna and Chennai.
The draft National Aeronautical Search and Rescue Manual provides for constitution of such a board for handling aeronautical exigencies.
Civil aviation security regulator, Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), has decided to do away with the practise of having separate queue for passengers of business or executive class for screening at IGI airport in New Delhi, in a bid to cut down screening time and facilitate smooth travel for the air travellers.
Robert Vadra, son-in-law of Congress President Sonia Gandhi, has had his name removed from a list of passengers who are exempt from frisking before flying.
Jet Airways has partnered with the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) and Bangalore airport for a pilot project to test the use of mobile boarding passes on its flights.
Jet Airways today said it has partnered with the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS) and Bangalore airport for a pilot project to test the use of mobile boarding passes on its flights.
The procedure for entry at airports has been tweaked after a family complained that they were denied entry because only the father of the family of four had an identity(ID) card.
An audit of security procedures for all airlines is a welcome move. Only, severely cash strapped Indian carriers may not want to hire the large workforce needed to conform to the BCAS rule of having seven people available to check an aircraft.
Security across major airports in South India have been enhanced following an alert by the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS)warning that terror groups may attack an airport or a vital installation in the South.
According to fresh orders from the Bureau of Civil Aviation Security (BCAS), air passengers can now display their tickets on their smartphones, tablets and