DGCA also ordered the removal of the airline's head of training from his position for a period of three months besides imposing a fine of Rs 3 lakh each on eight Designated Examiners (DEs), as pe a statement.
A senior DGCA official said that adhering to the deadline of two weeks to respond to the show cause notice, the airline has submitted its reply. After reviewing it, the final decision will be taken into the matter.
Indigo airline in collaboration with aviation regulator DGCA launched 'Digital e-logbook' for the pilots. The e-logbook will provide direct flight data transfer service to pilots from IndiGo systems to eGCA logbooks from Thursday.
New Delhi: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has suspended the licence of the pilot-in command (PIC) of the SpiceJet flight for six months, sources confirmed on Saturday. The PIC’s co-pilot had asked the captain to skirt the clouds ahead and not fly through them but he ignored. It happened in pertinence with the […]