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Apr 16, 2014 at 18:43 | Source: PTI
DGCA grounded 11 of its pilots for three months after finding "major lapses", while claiming that tests like pre-flight breath analysis of pilots and cabin crew were skipped and the breathalyser equipment was non-functional.
Apr 16, 2014 at 15:29 | Source: PTI
The DGCA's unprecedented move came after the regulator's team found that several flights operated by GMR Aviation in the last month, including one on Monday when an aircraft flew Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi to Bhubaneshwar, had skipped some mandatory tests, DGCA sources said.
Apr 15, 2014 at 19:25 | Source: PTI
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has stipulated that a scheduled Indian airline cannot enter into an agreement with a foreign investing institution or a foreign airline which could give these foreign entities the right to control the management of the domestic operator.
Apr 03, 2014 at 21:19 | Source: PTI
Air India launched a short-term 'Monsoon Bonanza' scheme under which tickets on 40 select domestic sectors can be bought till Saturday for travel till September 30.
Apr 02, 2014 at 22:06 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Next, the airline needs a permit from the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), the industry regulator, to start operations.
Apr 02, 2014 at 09:29 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
After DGCA came down heavily on SpiceJet for offering airline tickets at a "predatory" pricing of Re 1, the company said that such moves are a key part of the strategy for low-cost airlines globally and "benefit the wider travel industry and economy at large due to the stimulation and economic multiplier effect."
Apr 01, 2014 at 21:44 | Source: Moneycontrol.com
Speaking to CNBC-TV18s Shereen Bhan, SL Narayan, Group CFO at the Sun Group said, Our objective is not to pick up fights. We have accepted the position of the DGCA on the Re 1 offer. Other terms of the offer remain.
Mar 29, 2014 at 13:42 | Source: CNBC-TV18
Over the last few weeks, the Indian aviation regulatory body has hired 35 technical engineers - a chunk coming from the now defunct Kingfisher Airlines - as it seeks to impress upon the US aviation body (FAA) that India is working towards upgrading its technical preparedness.
Mar 28, 2014 at 22:29 | Source: PTI
Swamy had said in his complaint to the Election Commission that he had written to the Civil Aviation Ministry on March 6, saying that it would be "wholly invalid and ultra vires the Model Code if Air Asia Joint Venture as well as the Tata-Singapore proposals for new airlines receive the Airline Operators Permit after March 5, 2014 10.30 AM".
Mar 28, 2014 at 22:14 | Source: CNBC-TV18
In a new twist to AirAsia's India plans the Election Commission now has written to the Civil Aviation Ministry seeking clarifications on the air operator's permit that the DGCA is likely to soon issue to the airline.
Messages on Dgca »

avnishkumar
1979

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SpiceJet  

It`s very good option for RIL to enter into aviation partnership with cash trap SpiceJet which will be covering DGCA requirement as well as competition with TATA. Narayanan must look for this option.

about 13 hrs 51 min 45 sec ago

claris

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Jet Airways  

only one hope to bring open offer was control of management that also put water by dgca announcement

3.48 PM Apr 17th

gpraj_gundl
apal

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168 Followers

GMR Infra  

Pl. read Today`s ANDHRA JYOTHI a leading Telugu News paper HEAD LINES in its business Section-- SHOCK TO GMR AVIATION-- DGCA ISSUES NOTICES FOR LAPSES IN ITS SECURITY MEASURES--11 PILOTS LICENSES SUSPENDED-- If GMR is not involved why notices are issued to GMR? COALGATE scam is not only for Coal

1.49 PM Apr 17th

mktmkr

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Jet Airways  

dgca talks about control through board......sebi order is all about holding 24% directly and more through other deal in a sister concern company of jet in which etihad has purchased 49%......both are totally different issues....dgca announcement was just a guidline which the sebi order is all about

1.11 PM Apr 17th

somugandhi

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GMR Infra  

of Coal for their plants. they operate airports they do not hire or fire pilots. if a pilot did a security laps GMR informs DGCA and airline and the airlines take action on them.

1.09 PM Apr 17th

Rbabu

Silver Member

6 Followers

Jet Airways  

There wont be any open offer since DGCA made clear instruction that foriegn airlines cant conteol indian airlines. After NDA comes into power we can see some policy change

1.05 PM Apr 17th

gpraj_gundl
apal

Platinum Member

168 Followers

GMR Infra  

SECURITY SYSTEMS by DGCA--along with suspension of 11 Pilots including suspension of their Pilot licenses. Why to take risk with these types of adverrse features not yet fully known to Investors though the punters are fully aware and started selling from levels of 26. Sell before it reaches 20, 15

10.49 AM Apr 17th

MMB Messenger

Platinum Member

213563 Followers

GMR Infra  

Do you believe DGCA has taken the right decision?

6.42 PM Apr 16th

Definate

Platinum Member

280 Followers

Kingfisher Air  

In short, the DGCA has added to the confusion by issuing the revised CAR without bothering to define `control`. These `vague` laws have prevented investments in the country for a long time.

6.09 PM Apr 16th

Definate

Platinum Member

280 Followers

Jet Airways  

If DGCA will ask jet etihad they have joint control on jet airways, then etihad will remove one more director from jet airways... Because etihad had paid money :) there is no way out for etihad .... Regarding FDI (It is foolish to believe that a foreign airline would invest in an Indian airline

6.05 PM Apr 16th

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