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Lucknow: Indian airlines companies, Indigo and GoAir, are so careless about the lives of people that they had been flying the same Airbus A320 aircrafts which were outright rejected by Qatar Airways for not meeting the flying standards. The Qatar-based airline had cited inefficiency of aircraft’s engine, made by an American company, for rejecting the …

New Delhi: If you are planning a domestic air trip, you need to wait a little before booking your tickets. The Indian government has decided to issue no fly list (NFL) and once implemented it will have some substantial impacts on your ticket purchasing. The Centre will issue the final rules for NFL on Friday. …

New Delhi: Civil aviation regulator has made it mandatory for aircraft to have “GAGAN” satellite-based navigation system for registration in India from January 1, 2019. According to a public notice issued by Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on its website on Friday, the launch of “GAGAN” has made India the only fourth country in the …

New Delhi: Allegations over the use of “abusive language and obscene remarks” against officials of a government regulatory body on a ‘Whatsapp’ group landed 13 commercial pilots employed with leading domestic airlines in trouble on Tuesday. According to Delhi Police, the civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) filed a complaint against 34 …

It may be mentioned that for the convenience of passengers, railways and airlines have been accepting Rs 500 and Rs 1000 currency notes till November 11 midnight. Other emergency services like hospitals and petrol pumps are also directed to accept old currency notes. After the orders by the government, long queues were seen at railway platforms and airports across country with people booking tickets and many

  New Delhi: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Friday banned the use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 while travelling via flights. “In light of the recent incidents involving battery incidents with Samsung about its Galaxy Note 7 devices globally, traveling public and airlines are advised not to switch on these mobiles during …