The e-governance of civil aviation was meant to ease glitches related to aviation, flight crew and training institutes and make approvals faster. Aviation personnel are no longer required to go the DGCA office and wait in line for hours for their licenses and medicals as they can do it online.
The Meghalaya High Court has recently directed the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) to file independent reports as to the development or expansion plans of facilities at the Umroi Airport that may be undertaken within the next two or three years.
All personnel should be bound to give an undertaking and declaration that they have not consumed alcohol in the previous 12 hours in terms of the DGCA regulations. The undertaking and declaration would be compulsory for all personnel.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday has disposed of its suo motu case of people not wearing masks in a Kolkata to Delhi Air India flight after the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) informed that strict action is being taken against people not wearing masks properly.
“The amendment will make Indian skies the safest” ARUN KUMAR, Director General of Civil Aviation, is the man in the hot seat of India’s civil aviation sector. After the Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020, was passed by Parliament, he told SHOBHA JOHN that the Bill would give his organisation more powers...