October 28th, 2022 12:16 PM 0 COMMENTS

DGCA Has Granted an Aerodrome Licence to GMR Group’s Mopa Airport in Goa

The DGCA, the aviation regulatory, has granted the aerodrome licence for the new airport at Mopa in Goa, paving the way for commercial flights to begin there soon. According to a senior official at the Directorate General of Civil Aviation, the licence for the Mopa airport, which the GMR group will operate, was issued on October 26. (DGCA). This will be Goa's second airport; there is already one in operation... Read More

October 28th, 2022 11:42 AM 0 COMMENTS

DGCA Has Granted IndiGo Permission to Wet Lease Turkish Airlines’ Boeing Planes for Six Months. This Is What It Means

The aviation regulator has denied IndiGo's request to wet lease Boeing planes from Turkish Airlines for up to two years, according to sources quoted by PTI. The DGCA has allowed the low-cost carrier to wet lease the planes for up to six months. The request for a longer term lease was denied because the DGCA cited the risk of diversion of traffic rights in collusion with a strong foreign carrier... Read More

October 27th, 2022 12:13 PM 0 COMMENTS

DGCA Has Lifted the 50% Cap on SpiceJet Flights

The Indian aviation regulator DGCA lifted the 50% cap on SpiceJet flights on Friday. SpiceJet airline can operate at full capacity beginning with the winter schedule, which runs from October 30th to March 25th, 2023. In the winter schedule, airlines will operate 21,941 domestic flights per week. The number of weekly flights will be 1.55% lower than the previous winter schedule of 22,287 flights. "In the upcoming Winter Schedule 2022,... Read More

October 19th, 2022 1:00 PM 0 COMMENTS

Domestic Airlines Performance Sep 2022: Vistara Tops On-Time Performance Charts

The Aviation Regulator, DGCA, released the Domestic Airlines Performance Report for September 2022. According to the data released by the Regulator, passengers carried by domestic airlines in September stood at 103.55 Lakh, which is slightly greater than August's 101.16 lakh and July's 97.05 lakh passenger mark, witnessing steady growth. Passengers carried by domestic airlines during January-September 2022 were 874.24 lakhs as against 531.11 lakhs during the corresponding period of the... Read More

September 17th, 2022 1:04 PM 0 COMMENTS

Domestic Airlines Performance August 2022: Air Passengers Grew 4 Percent to 1.01 Crore

The Aviation Regulator, DGCA, released the Domestic Airlines Performance Report for August 2022 on Friday. According to the data released by the Regulator, passengers carried by domestic airlines in August crossed the one crore mark with 101.16 lakh passengers, which is slightly greater than July's 97.05 lakh. Passengers carried by domestic airlines during January-August 2022 were 770.70 lakhs as against 460.45 lakhs during the corresponding period of the previous year... Read More

August 23rd, 2022 11:56 AM 0 COMMENTS

India May Need 1000 Pilots per Annum Over Next Five Years

If you are following aviationscoop, we are talking about Offers, Network Routes, Airports, Sponsorships and Sustainable Aviation Practices and here comes the time for pilots and training institutes. It's a hard fact that the pandemic has hit the aviation sector badly, and there may be experts behind the Airlines and Regulatory bodies trying to revamp the Industry for a Good Reason. We know the demand-supply logic, and they are basics.... Read More

August 19th, 2022 4:39 PM 0 COMMENTS

Domestic Airlines Performance July 2022: IndiGo leads Market Share, followed by Vistara; Air Asia Tops On-Time Performance

According to the data released by the Aviation Regulator, DGCA, IndiGo leads the Market share among Domestic Airlines, followed by Vistara for the first time in July 2022. IndiGo, India’s leading carrier and the fastest growing low-cost carrier in the world, has a market share of 58.80 per cent, followed by Vistara, India’s finest full-service carrier, with a market share of 10.40 per cent. Market Share of Domestic Airlines in... Read More

August 1st, 2022 11:34 AM 0 COMMENTS

Indian Aviation Sector Absolutely Safe, No Need to Panic: DGCA

In light of the recent technical snags and incidents faced by Indian domestic carriers, DGCA has assured that India's Civil Aviation Space is absolutely safe, and there is no reason to panic. As reported by PTI, DGCA chief Arun Kumar said technical snags faced by domestic carriers in recent weeks did not have the potential to cause havoc and that even foreign airlines that came to India reported 15 technical... Read More

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