DGCA orders SpiceJet to operate 50% of flights for 8 weeks following multiple snags

New Delhi, 28/5: The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) has ordered SpiceJet to operate 50 per cent of approved flights for the 8 weeks, following multiple snags.


On July 5, a SpiceJet freighter aircraft, which was heading to Chongqing in China, returned to Kolkata as the pilots realised after the take-off that its weather radar was not working.


On July 5 itself, the airline’s Delhi-Dubai flight was diverted to Karachi due to a malfunctioning fuel indicator and its Kandla-Mumbai flight did priority landing in Maharashtra’s capital city after cracks developed on its windshield mid-air.

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