close
This ad will auto close in 10 seconds
'No incident in India with regard to Galaxy Note 7'

'No incident in India with regard to Galaxy Note 7'

Clearly denying any accident to have taken place, Samsung on Thursday said that no untoward incident has occured with regard to Galaxy Note 7 in India as not even a single unit of the device was sold in the country.

HC asks AirAsia to place its brand licensing agreement before DGCA

HC asks AirAsia to place its brand licensing agreement before DGCA

AirAsia India, a joint venture between Tata Sons and AirAsia Berhad, was on Friday asked by Delhi High Court to place before DGCA its brand licensing agreement (BLA) with the Malaysian entity to determine who controls the Indian low-cost carrier.

Samsung executives meet DGCA officials over Galaxy Note issue

Samsung executives meet DGCA officials over Galaxy Note issue

Senior executives of Samsung met officials of aviation regulator DGCA, two days after one of the company's high-end smartphones caught fire inside an IndiGo aircraft.

Samsung phone catches fire in aircraft; DGCA summons company

Samsung phone catches fire in aircraft; DGCA summons company

A high-end Samsung smartphone caught fire inside a Chennai-bound IndiGo aircraft on Friday, creating a scare among 175 passengers on-board but the plane made a safe landing.

Air Safety: DGCA bans clicking pictures near aircraft

Air Safety: DGCA bans clicking pictures near aircraft

DGCA via its latest circular on air safety has asked airlines to ensure that passengers do not indulge in photography while embarking or disembarking from aircraft.

 DGCA bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights in India

DGCA bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights in India

Samsung Galaxy Note 7 has been banned on all flights in India. Director General of Civil Aviation has banned flyers from carrying the Samsung smartphone in check-in bags.

Air India pilot with 'extreme mood swings' risked 200 lives, DGCA orders probe

Air India pilot with 'extreme mood swings' risked 200 lives, DGCA orders probe

A senior Air India pilot, prone to extreme mood swings, did an unsafe manouvere with a Delhi-Paris flight carrying over 200 people in April, with the airline grounding the pilot while aviation regulator DGCA is probing the matter.

First for Indian carrier: Air India will soon fly over Pacific Ocean to San Francisco

First for Indian carrier: Air India will soon fly over Pacific Ocean to San Francisco

Officials said the route would be a "win-win situation" for the carrier as well as passengers as it would save crores of rupees worth of fuel costs and also reduce the flying time by up to three hours.

Beware! No more selfie on board, DGCA taking cognizance

Beware! No more selfie on board, DGCA taking cognizance

Worried about security risks arising out of in-flight selfies, aviation regulator DGCA may soon ask airlines to strictly enforce a ban on taking pictures inside cockpit and at other critical places, including by crew members.

DGCA to soon ban taking selfies on planes!

DGCA to soon ban taking selfies on planes!

In the latest, Directorate of Civil Aviation (DGCA) is planning to soon ban taking selfies on plane

63 SpiceJet pilots face action for violating duty hour norms

63 SpiceJet pilots face action for violating duty hour norms

Aviation regulator DGCA has taken action against 63 pilots of SpiceJet for operating flights beyond their stipulated duty hours, the government said Thursday.

Relief for air passengers: Now, pay less for ticket cancellations

Relief for air passengers: Now, pay less for ticket cancellations

Relief for air passengers: Pay less for ticket cancellations from today

DGCA issues revised compensation norms

DGCA issues revised compensation norms. Watch this special segment and get to know more here.

Now, airlines to pay up to Rs 20,000 per flier for flight cancellation or denying boarding

Now, airlines to pay up to Rs 20,000 per flier for flight cancellation or denying boarding

As of now airlines offer a meagre amount of up to Rs 4,000 for both denied boarding and cancelling a flight. However, from August 1, the compensation for such events paid by airlines to flier will go up to Rs 20,000 per individual.

How is Rs 100/kg for excess baggage reasonable: HC to DGCA

How is Rs 100/kg for excess baggage reasonable: HC to DGCA

Delhi High Court on Wednesday asked aviation regulator DGCA how the figure of Rs 100 per kg for checked-in excess baggage between 15-20 kgs was reasonable as was contended by it.

 

From August 1, pay less for flight ticket cancellations

From August 1, pay less for flight ticket cancellations

From August 1, all airlines and carriers will not be able to charge additional for cancellation of tickets more than the basic fare plus fuel surcharge.

Starting today, pay less for excess checked-in baggage

Starting today, pay less for excess checked-in baggage

From July 1 onwards, fliers will be required to shell out lesser money for excess checked-in baggage up to a certain limit as the revised fee structure comes into effect.

Good news! Air travellers to pay less for excess checked-in baggage from today

Good news! Air travellers to pay less for excess checked-in baggage from today

From July 1 onwards, fliers will be required to shell out lesser money for excess checked-in baggage up to a certain limit as the revised fee structure comes into effect.

 

Fliers to pay less for excess checked-in baggage from Friday

Fliers to pay less for excess checked-in baggage from Friday

From tomorrow onwards, fliers will be required to shell out lesser money for excess checked-in baggage up to a certain limit as the revised fee structure comes into effect.

Government allows airlines to import up to 18 year old planes

Government allows airlines to import up to 18 year old planes

Domestic airlines can now import aircraft that are up to 18 years old into the country with the government amending more than two-decade rules in this regard.