The ministry said that DGCA ensures timely corrective action on deficiencies noted during oversight of certified operators and maintenance of record thereof.
This additional amount is not in accordance with the instructions as per the provisions of Aircraft Rules, 1937, it said.
New Delhi: Stepping up action against unruly passengers, the Civil Aviation Ministry on Friday issued categories for airlines to create a ‘No Fly’ list, and a ban on those named ranging from three months to two years. “India is the first country to put out such a list. The No Fly list is to ensure […]
After several years of demands by some major foreign carriers, Civil Aviation Ministry today approved the operations of Airbus A-380s in India at four airports currently equipped to handle these super jumbos
New Delhi: Air India crew will have to say “Jai Hind” after every flight announcement “with much fervour”, said an official advisory of the national carrier on Monday. “With immediate effect, all (crew) are required to announce ‘Jai Hind’ at the end of every announcement after a slight pause and much fervour,” stated the advisory […]
New Delhi: Passengers taking international flights from India need not apply to the Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and can directly book their tickets with the airlines, said an official statement on Wednesday. A standard operating protocol issued by the Home Ministry on August 22 stated that persons who are eligible to travel on outbound […]