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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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Airlines must de-board any passenger before departure if they refuse to wear face mask inside an aircraft even after being warned, aviation regulator DGCA said. Besides, airport operators must take help of the local police and security agencies and levy fines on people not wearing face masks, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) said […]Continue Reading
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The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) directed carriers not to offer unserviceable seats to passengers on domestic and international flights. This follows an earlier audit of seats and cabin fittings by the aviation regulator, which found that carriers had many broken or unserviceable seats. In a communication to all domestic airlines, the DGCA said […]Continue Reading
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The DGCA (Directorate General of Civil Aviation) granted air operator’s permit to Jet Airways. This will allow the airline to restart commercial flight operations after remaining grounded for more than three years. The approval comes after the airline conducted proving flights for the safety regulator between May 15 and May 17. With the grant of […]Continue Reading
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