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DGCA considers Wi-Fi in domestic flights

November 2016

The civil aviation regulator DGCA is examining a proposal to introduce Wi-Fi service on board flights to adequately address all the related issues, U...

DGCA, Union Minister, Jayant Sinha, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Wi-Fi Services

DGCA considers easing of import norms for aircraft

May 2016

Domestic airlines might soon be allowed to import aircraft that are up to 18 years old, with aviation watchdog - the Directorate General of Civil Avi...

Directorate General of Civil Aviation, DGCA, Aircraft

India to ease overseas flying norms to airlines

October 2013

The Union government is to drop the condition of '5/20 rule' to Indian airlines by next November to fly on overseas routes. The government is to scra...

Union government, Indian airlines, Ajit Singh, Directorate General of Civil Aviation

West Bengal seeks night flights at Bagdogra airport

July 2013

In the wake of the nod from Air Force and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to extend flight landing at Bagdogra airport to 10 pm, the Wes...

Air Force, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Bagdogra airport, West Bengal government

IndiGo becomes India's lead carrier with 30 per cent market share

May 2013

As per the data of Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA), budget airline IndiGo has widened its lead over rivals. IndiGo touched a 29.8 per ce...

Directorate General of Civil Aviation, IndiGo

New regulator to replace DGCA

April 2013

The Union government is planning a new aviation regulator to replace the present Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA). To facilitate formatio...

Union government, new aviation regulator, Directorate General of Civil Aviation
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