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DGCA orders SpiceJet to operate 50% of approved flights for 8 weeks following multiple snags

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Aviation regulator DGCA on Wednesday ordered SpiceJet to operate maximum 50 per cent of its flights, which were approved for summer schedule. On July 6, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) issued a show-cause notice to SpiceJet following at least eight incidents of technical malfunction in its aircraft.
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DGCA curtails SpiceJet's flights to 50% for eight weeks

"In view of findings of various spot checks, inspections & reply to show cause notice submitted by SpiceJet number of departures of SpiceJet is restricted to 50% of the number of departures approved under Summer Schedule 2022 for 8 weeks from the date of issue of this order," said DGCA.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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DGCA scales down SpiceJet flights by half

Experts term order an ‘eyewash’ as the airline was already flying less than 50% of its approved flights

4 months ago·India
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SpiceJet to operate 50% of approved flights for 8 weeks following snags: DGCA

The order comes after SpiceJet planes were involved in at least eight technical malfunction incidents in the 18-day period starting June 19.

4 months ago·New Delhi, India
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DGCA orders SpiceJet to operate 50% of approved flights for 8 weeks following multiple snags

On July 6, the DGCA issued a show-cause notice to SpiceJet following at least eight incidents of technical malfunction in its aircraft since June 19.

4 months ago·India
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DGCA Orders SpiceJet To Operate Only 50% Of Its Flights For Eight Weeks

New Delhi: Aviation regulator DGCA on Wednesday ordered SpiceJet airline to operate only 50 per cent of its flights for eight weeks. "In view of findings

4 months ago·Bhubaneswar, India
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DGCA orders SpiceJet to operate only half of its flights for 8 weeks

DGCA issues diktat after a series of incidents cause safety concern

4 months ago·India
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