Aviation watchdog DGCA has imposed a Rs 30 lakh high quality on IndiGo for sure systemic deficiencies with respect to documentation pertaining to operations, coaching and engineering procedures.
IndiGo witnessed 4 tail strike incidents on A321 plane inside a span of six months this yr, following which the Directorate Normal of Civil Aviation (DGCA) carried out a particular audit of the airline.
In a launch, the regulator mentioned that throughout the audit, it reviewed the airline’s documentation and process on operations, coaching, engineering, and FDM programme.
FDM refers to Flight Information Monitoring.
In the course of the particular audit, sure systemic deficiencies had been noticed in IndiGo’s documentation pertaining to operations/coaching procedures and engineering procedures.
A present trigger discover was issued to the airline and DGCA mentioned the service’s reply “was reviewed at varied ranges and was not discovered passable”.
“Subsequently, DGCA has imposed a monetary penalty of Rs 30 lakh on IndiGo Airways and in addition directed them to amend their paperwork and procedures according to DGCA necessities and OEM pointers,” the discharge mentioned.
OEM refers to Authentic Tools Producer.
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