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.
DGCA confident of avoiding downgrade by US regulator
Federal Aviation Administration completed its second round of safety audit of its Indian...
Measures taken to resolve deficiencies: Civil Aviation Ministry
Civil Aviation Ministry officials exuded confidence that such an eventuality ...
DGCA directs airlines to spread awareness on Swacch Bharat campaign
DGCA has directed Indian carriers to spread awareness on the govt’s Swachh Bharat Abhiyan through in-flight announcements and boarding cards.
EM3 Agri raises $10 million led by Global Innovation Fund
Founded in 2014 by former Airtel CEO Rohtash Mal and his son Adwitiya Mal, EM3 AgriServices wants to change the way farming is done in India by "Uberising" farm services.
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.
Soccer-Argentine players warn club debts are building up again
SOCCER-ARGENTINA/:Soccer-Argentine players warn club debts are building up again
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.
Air India may start Dreamliner services from April as Boeing gets nod to redesign 787’s batteries
US aviation regulator’s move to okay Boeing’s plans to redesign 787’s batteries could bring respite to AI, which was forced to ground its planes.
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.
Digital communication system training made must for airline crew
India's aviation regulator has mandated airline crew to be trained on the Aircraft Communication Addressing and Reporting System (ACARS).
Air India Dreamliners may fly again by mid-April: Sources
Once a solution is found and certified by the US FAA, it would take about a week to get the grounded Dreamliners ready to fly again, the sources said.
Air India Dreamliner stripped of spares, grounded
AI has been facing problems in getting spares on time for the Dreamliner fleet despite the fact that the planes routinely develop snags.
Cabinet fails to clear the revised Civil Aviation Authority Bill
Possibility of getting a new aviation regulator in place receded on Friday when the Cabinet failed to clear the revised Civil Aviation Authority Bill.
Aviation Ministry recommends Prabhat Kumar as next DGCA
The civil aviation ministry has recommended Prabhat Kumar, a joint secretary in the ministry, as the next Director General of Civil Aviation.
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