DALLAS – India’s Spicejet (SG) is witnessing its worst ever period after repeated in-flight emergencies and technical malfunctions amongst its aircraft.
Indian Aviation regulator DGCA has stepped in and ordered Spicejet to operate only a maximum of 50% of its flight network for eight weeks after several of its planes reported technical malfunction recently.
During these eight weeks, the budget carrier will undergo enhanced surveillance by the Indian DGCA.
The DGCA order stated on Wednesday that “In view of the findings of various spot checks, inspections, and the reply to the show cause notice submitted by SpiceJet for the continued sustenance read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”