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DGCA hikes levy on airlines for funding RCS by INR 500

DGCA hikes levy on airlines for funding RCS by INR 500

The levy on scheduled flights being operated within India to fund the Regional Air Connectivity Fund has been increased to INR 6,500 per departure of an eligible flight from the existing rate of Rs 6,000,

Ministry
MoCA seeks report on 80 AI Express flights being cancelled due to ‘mass sick leave’

MoCA seeks report on 80 AI Express flights being cancelled due to ‘mass sick leave’

Over 80 international and domestic flights of Air India Express were cancelled after the senior crew members of the airline went on mass ‘sick leave’. The development came after several cabin crew members started reporting

Ministry
MoCA asks airlines to carry out risk assessment on flights amid Iran crisis

MoCA asks airlines to carry out risk assessment on flights amid Iran crisis

Amid escalating tensions in the Middle East, the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has asked airlines to carry out their own risk assessment on international flight operations. Air India, Vistara, IndiGo and various international airlines

Ministry
DGCA seeks daily report on Vistara as airline cancels over 50 flights yesterday

DGCA seeks daily report on Vistara as airline cancels over 50 flights yesterday

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has asked Vistara to submit a daily report on flight cancellations and delays as the Tata group airline cancelled more than 50 flights for the second straight day

Ministry
Plane crashed in mountains of Afghanistan not an Indian aircraft, says MoCA

Plane crashed in mountains of Afghanistan not an Indian aircraft, says MoCA

The Union Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) has clarified that the plane that crashed in Afghanistan's mountains on Saturday night was neither an Indian-scheduled aircraft nor a non-scheduled (NSOP) /Charter aircraft. The plane was a

Aviation
AAI starts work to equip Rourkela airport with ACU to improve flight regularity

AAI starts work to equip Rourkela airport with ACU to improve flight regularity

The Airports Authority of India (AAI) has begun work to equip the Rourkela airport with an Approach Control Unit (ACU) which would, with immediate effect, help improve the regularity of flights. It would also pave

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