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DGCA issues show-cause notice to GMR Aviation for breaching safety norms

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has issued a show-cause notice to GMR Aviation Ltd, which runs an air charter service, and suspended the licences of 11 pilots and six cabin crew for allegedly violating safety norms on flights that carried important dignitaries. [Read more]

ICAO backs Ukraine’s rights over Black Sea

UN aviation agency ICAO is insisting that the right to provide air navigation services in international airspace over the Black Sea within Simferopol flight information region belongs exclusively to Ukraine. [Read more]

Uganda's aviation business is booming – CAA

The volume of flights, passengers and cargo, according to data from Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), Entebbe International Airport are on a steady increase. [Read more]

After 50-year wait, Sydney to get second airport

Australia has approved a AUD$2.5 billion (USD$2.34 billion) project to build a long-awaited second airport for Sydney, likely boosting near-term investment and jobs in a bet that the city's air travel demand will grow enough to justify a surge in terminal capacity. [Read more]

Airbus Helicopters launches Japan’s first full flight helicopter simulator

Airbus Helicopters Japan inaugurated Japan’s first full flight simulator (FFS) for helicopters at its training facilities in the Kobe Airport vicinity on Monday. [Read more]

Interview: S. Korea to strengthen aviation safety management - official

South Korea has launched a package of measures to strengthen the aviation safety management in 2014, a senior official of South Korea's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport said on Tuesday. [Read more]

Tanzania: TCAA responds to local pilots' charges

Local pilots have been counselled to accumulate more flying hour by agreeing to work for lower pay to boost their chances of getting permanent employment in the future. [Read more]