India's aviation industry not mature: DGCA
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) chief M Sathiyavathy said the regulator would also play the role of facilitator.
DGCA may ban even newly replaced Galaxy Note 7 on flights
The earlier advisory by DGCA had asked airlines to allow phones with 'green battery...
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...
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.
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.
DGCA plans to help pilots tackle stress
DGCA has come out with a draft civil aviation requirement (CAR) detailing the periodic training needed for pilots with stress on the human behavioural element.
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.
Flying safety aspects being compromised: DGCA
DGCA today said it has come across instances where safety aspects were compromised.
Jet Airways plans to take back two Boeing 777s from Etihad
"Jet Airways may ask Etihad to return two of the five Boeing 777s, which it has leased to the Gulf partner," sources said here.
Jet seeks to 'enhance presence' in US market
Interline and code shares are commercial agreements which allow one airline to sell tickets on flights operated by a partner airline.
Jet welcomes US move to upgrade India's aviation safety ranking
Jet Airways today welcomed the decision of the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) to restore India's aviation safety ranking to category 1, which paves the way for the airline to expand its operations in the US market.
Air India technical glitch : Snags clip wings of Maharaja's Dreamliners
AI had placed orders for 27 B-787s as part of its 68-Boeing aircraft deal worth Rs 33,197 crore in 2005 and deliveries were to begin from early 2009.
DGCA acting on FAA findings on Indian civil aviation security: Mahesh Sharma
FAA had downgraded the country's aviation safety ranking to category 2, bringing it below that of Pakistan and on par with Ghana, Barbados and Bangladesh.
Vistara to get flying licence next week
The airline has cleared its proving flights, and would get its flying licence after the US- based FAA completes the audit of the DGCA.
US team to visit India to audit aviation safety mechanism
FAA has decided to start a fresh audit of safety standards from Dec 8 & will review work done by its Indian counterpart, DGCA to resolve the problems.