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Due to the recent spate of several air safety-related incidents, the DGCA (directorate general of civil aviation) ordered the restriction on SpiceJet flight operations should continue until October 29, 2022. On 27 July 2022, the DGCA ordered the commercial airline to operate 50 per cent of its flights owing to a slew of incidents, including […]Continue Reading
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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a notification that says that the airfare caps on tickets of domestic airlines will be removed from August 31. The notification reads, “after review of the current status of Scheduled Domestic Operations viz-a-viz passenger demand for air travel in terms of the purpose specified in the […]Continue Reading
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Alterna Aircraft Ltd, located in Ireland, has urged the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to de-register its aircraft operated by SpiceJet, reports Mint. In its appeal to India’s aviation regulator, Alterna did not state why one of its Boeing 737-800 planes should be deregistered. Recently, SpiceJet has been in the news due to a […]Continue Reading
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Aviation regulator DGCA on July 27 ordered SpiceJet to operate a maximum of 50 per cent of its flights for eight weeks after several of its planes reported technical malfunction recently. During these eight weeks, the budget carrier will be subjected to “enhanced surveillance” by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). The airline, however, […]Continue Reading
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With Rakesh Jhunjhunwala-promoted Akasa Air receiving the air operator certificate (AOC) from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on July 07, the country will see its eighth domestic airline taking wings by the end of the month. The grant of AOC marks the satisfactory completion of all regulatory compliance requirements for the airline’s operational […]Continue Reading
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The aviation regulator of India issued a warning notice to SpiceJet, saying the budget carrier had failed to establish its services were safe, efficient and reliable and citing a review from last year that found “poor internal safety oversight and inadequate maintenance actions” by the airline. The show-cause notice by the Directorate General of Civil […]Continue Reading
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