NEW DELHI, Jan 24: Aviation watchdog DGCA has slapped a high-quality of Rs 1.10 crore on Air India for security violations with respect to flights operated on sure lengthy routes.
The regulator carried out an in depth probe after receiving a voluntary security report from an airline worker alleging security violations of flights operated by Air India on sure lengthy vary terrain vital routes, based on a launch on Wednesday.
Because the investigation prima facie revealed non-compliance by the airline, DGCA stated a present trigger discover was issued to Air India.
The security report pertained to leased plane operated by Air India.
”Because the stated operations of the leased plane weren’t according to regulatory/ OEM efficiency limits, DGCA has initiated enforcement motion and imposed a penalty of Rs 1.10 crore on Air India,” DGCA stated within the launch. (Companies)
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