Civil Aviation Ministry preparing list of crucial issues
A presentation is being prepared on the issues and problems facing the airlines, airports and other stakeholders and the unfinished tasks of the previous regime.
Pilots demand better training if Boeing wants to rebuild trust in 737 MAX
The comments were made by the Allied Pilots Association (APA), whic...
Indian charter planes face scrutiny abroad
The DGCA had earlier this month formed two teams to check foreign aircraft and charter planes from...
FAA rules out safety evaluation of DGCA
FAA had expressed "their concern based on media reports in India on the current civil aviation scenario and raised doubts on the effectiveness of DGCA."
US downgrades India's air safety rating to sub-Saharan standards
The downgrade will be an impediment to Indian carriers' plans to increase flights to the US, the world's biggest aviation market.
Mahindra gets nod to sell its Australian airplanes in India
In New Delhi, ministry sources said the type certification for the single piston engine aircraft, given by US FAA, was accepted by the DGCA.
Dreamliner will operate only after FAA, DGCA green signal: Ajit Singh
The Minister's statement came after AI grounded all its six Boeing-787 Dreamliner planes after a global directive by FAA.
Dreamliner safety: Air India to wait for US FAA's probe report
Air India to wait for the US FAA's probe into the problems faced by Boeing 787s Dreamliner before taking any decision.
DGCA confident of avoiding downgrade by US regulator
Federal Aviation Administration completed its second round of safety audit of its Indian counterpart DGCA and is likely to submit its final report by January.
Measures taken to resolve deficiencies: Civil Aviation Ministry
Civil Aviation Ministry officials exuded confidence that such an eventuality was not likely to arise as corrective measures have already been initiated by the DGCA.
DGCA tightens noose on on airline companies after US Federal Aviation Administration downgrade
DGCA has tightened the screws on airline companies after the US Federal Aviation Administration downgraded India's safety rating in January recently.
FAA shoots down Amazon's drone delivery service Amazon Prime Air
It released a report that clarified between recreational drone use and commercial use masquerading as hobbying.
India may get top aviation safety rank back from US
America, which had downgraded India's aviation safety ranking this January, is now helping the country get back its top billing.
Commercial pilot licences now valid for 5 years
India's civil aviation regulator has decided to increase the validity of pilot licences to five years, according to an official.
US airliner nearly collided with drone: Federal Aviation Administration
The incident took place on March 22 as a US Airways jet flying from North Carolina to Florida came very close to the drone, the FAA said.