Taxibots to tow aircrafts, to save fuel, cut pollution at airports
The Indira Gandhi International (IGI) airport here will be the first to have these vehicles with the trial runs to be conducted for Jet Airways and SpiceJet aircrafts.
US authorities probe midair crash that killed Indian trainee pilot
Sejwal had enrolled in Dean International Flight School in September 2017....
Government says DGCA to regulate air traffic controllers after fall in ICAO audit score
Senior Civil Aviation Ministry officials today said I...
Software update on 737 MAX now complete: Boeing CEO
The 737 Max 8 and 9 models were grounded worldwide after an Ethiopian Airlines crash on March 10 that investigators have described as appearing similar to a Lion Air crash on October 29 last year.
DGCA waiting for FAA inputs to act on CFM engines
“We are in touch with the FAA. We will get inputs from them and see what is required at our end,” DGCA DG B S Bhullar told ET.
Off-duty pilot saved doomed Lion Air's 737 Max on its next-to-last flight
That extra pilot, who was seated in the cockpit jumpseat, correctly diagnosed the problem and told the crew how to disable a malfunctioning flight-control system.
Regulators challenge Boeing to prove its Max jets are safe
The decision to send the recorders to France was seen as a rebuke to the United States, which held out longer than most other countries in grounding the jets.
Boeing CEO speaks to Donald Trump, says he’s confident of 737 Max safety
Boeing’s chief executive, Dennis Muilenburg, called from Chicago and expressed to Trump his confidence in the safety of the 737 Max 8 jets.
Two short, erratic flights end in tragedy: Could they be linked?
One difference between the two crashes: Indonesia Air said pilots on prior flights with the doomed jet had reported mechanical problems. The crew of the Ethiopian 737 hadn’t reported any mechanical issues.
Laptops only in cabin bags on flights soon?
The reason-with rising incidence of batteries in PEDs catching fire, it is easier to control that situation when the bag is in the cabin instead of letting the fire go undetected in the cargo.
U.S. government shutdown breaks record, with no end in sight
The closure, which began on Dec. 22, broke a decades-old record by a 1995-1996 shutdown under former President Bill Clinton that lasted 21 days.
Jet Airways says 4 engines up for checks after global mandate from FAA, EASA
US’ Federal Aviation Administration and the European Aviation Safety Agency earlier in the week called for the inspection of the engines made by CFM international.
US FAA upgrades India's aviation safety rating
On January 31 last year, the FAA had lowered India's safety ranking to Category-II from Category-I which the country had been holding since 1997.
Air India flight in US denied take-off over seat belt tags
As many as 44 passenger seats and 12 flight attendant seats had to be declared unserviceable for this journey due to their missing TSO tags. Clearly, AI is not happy.
Air India studying impact of FAA's directive for Boeing 787 planes
AI is studying the impact of a recent directive from US aviation watchdog FAA, making "repetitive maintenance task" mandatory on Boeing 787 planes.