With 1,080 aircraft orders, India to be 3rd largest buyer of passenger planes
The aircraft order book of the Indian airline industry will soon touch 1,080, which would mean that for every aircraft in service, there will be 2.2 on order.
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 Agri...
DGCA to meet airlines ahead of ICAO audit
The International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) is set to carry out a safety oversight audit o...
Obama in India: Federal Aviation Authority gives nod for upgrading Indian Aviation to category I
The FAA, which met DGCA, has said that the US regulator would be working faster to ensure that Indian aviation sector gets upgraded as early as possible.
NGT spends Rs 33,000 as litigation fee to save Rs 40: CIC
The case relates to RTI activist R K Jain who sought to know from the NGT the number of RTI applications received by it and status of disposal.
No move by FAA to downgrade India's airports: Sources
There is no move by the US Federal Aviation Administration to downgrade India's airports, even though an action plan was being implemented to meet global aviation safety standards and regulations.
India to continue to saturate orbits with lot of satellites: US space expert
"We should not be concerned with congestion. We should be concerned with not understanding where these things are going," US space expert said.
DGCA bans use of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 in all aircraft
The first advisory was issued after smoke arose from a Samsung phone device leading to evacuation of a Southwest flight 994 in the US.
New scare in skies: Now, laptop on Thiruvananthapuram-Bengaluru flight catches fire
"We are thankful to passengers for their cooperation extended to the crew on board. At IndiGo, safety is of the utmost priority and at no time it can be compromised," the airline added.
US warns citizens against non-essential travel to Pakistan
Targeted attacks against government officials, humanitarian and non-governmental organisation (NGO) employees, tribal elders, and law enforcement personnel are common.
Why delay in transition to new accounting standards is not a bad thing for banks
While banks are heaving a sigh of relief as they get more time to gear up, investors and analysts are somewhat disappointed by the delay.
Ensure 100 per cent utilisation of MPLAD funds: CIC to legislature
The commission had in 2013 declared six political parties -- BJP, Congress, CPI(M), CPI, BSP and NCP -- as public authorities answerable under the Right to Information (RTI) Act.
Priyanka Vadra land case: No one can claim VIP not covered under RTI, says HP State Information Commission
SIC said in a detailed order on its direction to authorities here to provide information on the land purchase sought by an RTI activist after he was denied this.
Two airliners fly within 100 feet of drone above New York
Unmanned aircraft systems are not supposed to fly within eight km of an airport without notifying the airport operator and control tower.
Hire people with technical background to head DGCA, says US Federal Aviation Authority
A delay in meeting the demand could potentially hamper India’s prospects of getting back the top rating by the most powerful aviation authority in the world.
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