The Centre-appointed committee to probe into two simultaneous Pawan Hans helicopter crashes at Tawang last year, has highlighted serious violation of air safety norms in its report, released in the DGCA website.
The flights of Asia`s largest helicopter company were not operating as the DGCA was undertaking checks and reviewing its
choppers operating in the region, following the death of former Arunachal Pradesh CM Dorjee Khandu.
The Pawan Hans Helicopters Ltd(PHHL) may resume its service in north-east from next week after it was suspended last Sunday in the wake of the missing
of the copter of Arunachal Chief Minister Dorjee Khandu.
With the helicopter carrying
Arunachal Pradesh CM Dorjee Khandu still missing,
aviation regulator DGCA held a meeting with officials of
Pawan Hans Helicopters Limited to review safety issues,
especially in the northeast.