ii) Should be a DGCA approved Safety and Emergency Procedures (SEP) Instructor on type of aircraft being operated by the … be forwarded to “The Recruitment Cell, Directorate General of Civil Aviation, Opp. Safdarjung Airport, New Delhi – 110003”.
Source: bingDirectorate General of Civil Aviation Notification 2017: Cabin Safety Inspectors
The exemption shall be given on the basis of list the tools and tool kits certified by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) approved Quality Managers of aircraft maintenance organisations. ii) MROs were required to provide proof of their …
Source: bingMRO Facilities for Aviation Sector
… of the Aircraft and the actual purchase price of the Aircraft under the Aircraft Purchase Agreement.” Sergey Lazarev, general director of ABC, said: “We appreciate BOC Aviation’s trust and support in the development of our B747-8F fleet. We …
Source: bingBOC Aviation in B747-8F lease deal with AirBridgeCargo
Chances of wide-bodied aircraft operating from the Calicut International … was arrived at after a joint inspection carried out by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Airports Authority of India (AAI) on January 9 and 10, 2017.
Source: bingRunway not fit for big aircraft, says Minister
When the last DJI-related leak emerged with images of a small, foldable drone, it turned out to be pretty much bang on the money. The Mavic was announced shortly after and the images definitely matched up. Now, just weeks after we discovered that DJI has registered a new trademark, ‘Spark’, images have surfaced that might […]
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Source: Quadcopter/Drone newsSpark – Is DJI Preparing to Release Another Drone?
Boeing’s newest super stretch wide-body, the 787-10, took its first flight this morning from Charleston International Airport (KCHS). The airplane, call sign Boeing One, toured around South Carolina between 15,000 and 20,000 feet for five hours, according to Boeing, testing flap and gear operation, and briefly accelerated as fast at 380 knots. A Lockheed T-33, a 1950s-era jet trainer, owned by Boeing flew chase.
Source: avweb787-10 Takes First Flight
Sergey Lazarev, general director, AirBridgeCargo Airlines, said, “We appreciate BOC Aviation’s trust and support in the development of our Boeing 747-8F fleet. We strongly believe in the capabilities of this state-of-the-art aircraft and the benefits …
Source: bingBOC Aviation acquires two B747-8 freighter aircraft
Pilots who are planning to attend the AOPA Fly-In at Camarillo, California, presented by California Aeronautical University, should make plans now to participate in two distinctly different fly-outs—one to a rocky island and another to a mountain getaway—during the April 28 to 29 event. AOPA is also facilitating land excursions to the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum and a behind-the-scenes look at Naval Air Station Point Mugu, just west of Los Angeles at Naval Base Ventura County.
Source: aopaCamarillo fly-outs, excursions full of adventure
Thomas Bombardier sent in this 40 year old photo of Paul Bombardier’s J-3, taken sometime in the early 1960s at the original Manassas Airport. “This picture was taken after it got new fabric and paint job,” Thomas notes.
Source: http://generalaviationnews.comTBT: Vintage photo of a vintage plane
Veteran aviator Doug Decker approaches most flying matters with an engineer’s critical eye for detail. Things need to be exact. The numbers have to tally. Logic holds ascendency over emotion. But describing his aircraft, N998PL, a brilliant yellow 1996 A36 Bonanza, Decker sounds a lot like a pilot speaking straight from the heart. “I don’t […]
Source: http://generalaviationnews.comEngineering a special A36 Bonanza