DGCA advises airlines to keep middle seats in planes vacant, provide protective gear if it is occupied; suggests disinfection tunnel at airports
The DGCA has told airlines to allot seats in such a manner that the middle seat is kept vacant if passenger load permits and if the seat is occupied due to passenger load
GoAir pilots shut wrong engine of Delhi-Mumbai flight in 2017 after bird strike incident, shows DGCA probe
While engine number 2 of the flight was affected due to a bird strike, the pilots on GoAir's Delhi-Mumbai flight decided to shut down engine number 1, stated a report from the Indian aviation watchdog DGCA on the incident that occurred on 21 June, 2017.
In another example of Air India and its crew being completely ignorant of their customers' discomfort, the airline on Sunday made almost 300 passengers flying from Delhi to Mumbai wait for the whole night on Sunday at the Delhi airport