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Civil Aviation Authority to replace DGCA

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New Delhi: A bill to replace the DGCA by a new aviation regulator, the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), with full operational and financial autonomy is likely to be tabled in the upcoming Monsoon Sess

No plans to ground AI's Dreamliner planes: Officials

New Delhi: There are no plans at present to ground Boeing 787 Dreamliner planes of Air India even though the aviation regulator DGCA proposes to carry out a safety review of the new aircraft, officia

Employees move court for Kingfisher Airlines closure

Mumbai/New Delhi: Beleaguered Kingfisher Airlines on Wednesday faced fresh trouble with its employees deciding to move court seeking a formal closure of the company if it did not spell out future pla

KFA pilots threaten to approach DGCA over salary issue


Having failed to receive their May salary as assured by the Kingfisher management, the airline pilots have now threatened to approach DGCA if they did not meet the commitment by today even as the regu

HC refuses to stay AI's order to increase flight duty time

The Delhi high court has refused to stay Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh's order to extend the flight duty time limitation (FDTL) of Air India pilots and cabin crew, saying it was their duty to enable Air India to "pull through" the "financial crisis."

Kingfisher lenders say recovery last option


Lenders to Kingfisher Airlines, whose combined exposure of nearly Rs 7,500 crore is at risk, have said they will go in for recovery measures only as the last resort and expressed hope that its promote

Kingfisher Airlines has flying licence suspended


The flying licence of Kingfisher Airlines has been suspended after the debt-laden carrier failed to satisfy concerns from the aviation regulator about its operations, a report said Saturday.

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Suspension of Kingfisher licence on cards: officials


Suspension of licence stares inthe face of crisis-ridden Kingfisher Airline as it extended its lockout till October 23 and submitted a reply to aviation regulator DGCA's show-cause notice on the matte

Air India pilots threaten to go on strike again over non-payment of salaries


Matching the footsteps of employees of cash strapped Kingfisher airlines, pilots of national carrier Air India also reportedly threatened to go on strike, calling for Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Sing

Govt may shut Kingfisher as fleet remains grounded


Debt-strapped Kingfisher Airlines, devoid of a turnaround plan to get back into the air, faced a possible shutdown by the government after extending the grounding of its fleet for another week.

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