All safety issues addressed, says DGCA's report to FAA
Warned of a downgrade by Federal Aviation Administration, DGCA filed a status report with its US counterpart, saying concerns over all aviation safety issues have been addressed.
FAA did not issue any guidance to carriers on ADIZ: US
The clarification came over the weekend had given the impression that the US has asked...
Boeing 737 engines under scanner after fatal Southwest accident
Although no cause has been ruled out, the first fatal U.S. airline accident since 2009 is expected to focus attention on the role of metal fatigue in engine accidents.
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 indicator' to be carried on flights in switch on mode.
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.
CIC again asks PMO, RBI to disclose wilful defaulters' list, Raghuram Rajan's letter on bad loans
In an exhaustive 66-page order, the panel pulled up the Prime Minister's Office for not complying with its directive to disclose the letter from former RBI Governor Rajan on bad loans.
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."
ICAO finds no safety concerns in airline operations; FAA audit next month
In a major relief to Indian carriers, ICAO, a global regulatory body, has said that it no longer sees “significant safety concerns” in airlines operations.
Over 25 per cent posts at DGCA lying vacant: Government
"As against the sanctioned posts of 1,320 in DGCA, 983 posts are filled and 337 posts are vacant," said Minister of Civil Aviation Jayant Sinha in response to a question in Lok Sabha.
Air India expects interim report on Dreamliners from Boeing, FAA
Air India expects an interim report from Boeing and FAA in a day or two on their probe into the technical problems faced by Dreamliner aircraft.
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.
DC's Newseum honors 18 journalists killed while working
WASHINGTON (AP) — Reporters killed in such far-flung places as Iraq, Syria, Mexico, Russia and South Sudan were honored Monday at the Journalists Memorial in Washington, praised for their commitment to seeking truth in a dangerous world.
Demands for corporate reporting growing in India: EY
Key priorities for corporate reporting in India are upgrading IT and financial data analytics tools for 60 per cent of finance professionals, EY said.
ICAO concludes audit of India's aviation sector
The team appraised six different areas, including personnel licencing, airworthiness, operations, legislation and organisation.
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