The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has imposed a fine of Rs 10 lakh on SpiceJet.
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has imposed a fine of Rs 10 lakh on SpiceJet. The DGCA has imposed this fine for training the pilots of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on bad simulators.
Aviation Regulator Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has SpiceJet (Spicejet) A fine of Rs 10 lakh has been imposed on him. DGCA fined (penalty) To train the pilots of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft on a bad simulator, because it (Airplane) security may be affected. The DGCA had last month banned 90 SpiceJet pilots from flying Max aircraft. He came to know that the pilots were not given proper training.
After banning the pilots, the regulator issued a showcase notice to the airline. According to DGCA, the reply sent by the airline was found not to be correct.
Impact of training on flight safety
According to the PTI report, the training provided by the airline can have a bad effect on the safety of the flight and hence it is considered void. Therefore, the DGCA has imposed a penalty of Rs 10 lakh for allowing pilots of its Max aircraft to use bad simulators in training, the report said.
Let us tell you that earlier on Saturday, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) imposed a fine of Rs 5 lakh on the airline IndiGo for not boarding a disabled child at the airport of Ranchi, the capital of Jharkhand. The DGCA had said that the behavior of IndiGo employees with the differently-abled child at Ranchi airport on May 7 was wrong and it worsened the situation. Earlier, the DGCA’s fact-finding committee had found IndiGo employees violating norms and issued a show-cause notice to the company.
Let us inform that DGCA had said on the decision to impose fine on IndiGo that on the basis of the findings during the investigation in the case of unloading a disabled child in Ranchi, Indigo Airlines was issued a show cause notice through an authorized representative. The DGCA had issued a notice to the company saying, as per the inquiry of the committee, IndiGo employees did not treat the passengers properly and thus did not act in accordance with the applicable rules.