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Aviation
DGCA approves VFR flights for Gondia airport in Maharashtra

DGCA approves VFR flights for Gondia airport in Maharashtra

To eliminate fog & low visibility-related flight delays, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has approved special Visual Flight Rules (VFR) for flights operating to and from Gondia Airport in Maharashtra. Special VFR operations

Ministry
Indian airlines satisfactorily complete checks of Boeing planes: DGCA

Indian airlines satisfactorily complete checks of Boeing planes: DGCA

In response to safety concerns surrounding Boeing 737 Max-8 aircraft, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had directed airlines to conduct immediate inspections of emergency exits. This precautionary measure follows an incident involving the

Aviation
16 airlines operating in India with 771 aircraft: DGCA

16 airlines operating in India with 771 aircraft: DGCA

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA)  said there are a total of 16 airlines in the country that are operating with 771 aircraft. The DGCA informed through an official statement that in line with

Ministry
Kerala introduces heli-tourism connecting 11 destinations in the state

Kerala introduces heli-tourism connecting 11 destinations in the state

In a significant move to boost tourism and enhance connectivity, the state of Kerala has inaugurated a pioneering heli-tourism project. Tourism Minister P.A. Mohamed Riyas officially launched the initiative, designating Kochi as its central hub.

Aviation
DGCA allows IndiGo to wet lease 11 A320s

DGCA allows IndiGo to wet lease 11 A320s

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has given approval to IndiGo to wet lease 11 A320 planes as airline grapples with capacity challenges due to P&W engine woes, according to officials. IndiGo operator Interglobe

Aviation
ICAO denies claims of auditing SpiceJet; says no such exercise was carried in India

ICAO denies claims of auditing SpiceJet; says no such exercise was carried in India

The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) on Tuesday said that it did not audit any airline during its visit to India between November 9 and November 16. The agency said the visit was to verify

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