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Watch How IAF Pilot Survived Bird-hit in Miraculous Escape

The young pilot assessed the situation in seconds, jettisoned two additional fuel drop tanks and CBLS Pods as per Standard Operating Procedure and safely landed the aircraft. New […]

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Hinduja-Etihad consortium gearing up for Jet Airways IBC bid; Tata’s, Qatar Airways in exploratory mode

After failed negotiations earlier with multiple suitors, the SBI-led consortium decided to take Jet Airways to the bankruptcy court on June 17 and on June 20, the National […]

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DGCA likely to be digitised

Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) has won a mandate from India’s civil aviation regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) to digitise its daily operations. As part of National […]

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IAF Jaguar jet suffers bird hit, lands safely in Ambala

AMBALA: An Indian Air Force (IAF) Jaguar jet suffered a technical glitch after one of its engines failed following bird hit on Thursday morning. The pilot jettisoned fuel […]

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Calendar of Upcoming International Events Flight Safety

BlazeTech Aircraft Fire Hazards, Protection and Investigation – Course July 9 to 11, 2019Woburn, MAwww.blazetech.com APSCON 2019  Omaha, NEJuly 15 – 20https://publicsafetyaviation.org/events/apscon-2019-omaha-ne ERAU System Safety Engineering and Certification […]

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DGCA issues Public Notice for Verification of Indian Pilot’s License to ICAO Contracting States

To Download click here : Public Notice – Verification of Indian Pilot�s license to ICAO Contracting States

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Bombardier sells CRJ program to Mitsubishi

Bombardier has entered into a definitive agreement with Mitsubishi Heavy Industries regarding the sale of the CRJ regional aircraft program for $550 million. Under the agreement, announced on June 25, […]

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Indian airlines to avoid Iranian airspace, will re-route flights: DGCA

Amid rising geopolitical tensions between the US and Iran, India’s aviation regulator DGCA Saturday said Indian airlines have decided to avoid the “affected part of the Iranian airspace” […]

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Man tries to open IndiGo plane door mid-air, forces emergency landing

A Guwahati-bound IndiGo flight from Hyderabad was forced to make an emergency landing on Sunday at Bhubaneswar airport this morning after a “mentally-unstable” passenger created a mid-air ruckus, […]

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IndiGo says rules not followed in allocating Jet Airways’ routes

Giving permission to Indian carriers to fly abroad on routes that Jet Airways flew before it temporarily shut operations on April 17 has run into trouble with IndiGo […]

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