Tuesday, September 25, 2018

DGCA now begins inspection of Jet Airways' training programme

Aviation regulator DGCA has begun inspection of the training programme of the beleaguered Jet Airways, a senior regulatory official has said.
As per the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) guidelines, all air operators are required to develop a training programme for their crew and dispatchers. It's also the responsibility of the operator to ensure that its training programme is complete, current, and in compliance with the DGCA guidelines.
"The DGCA has commenced a three-day inspection of Jet Airways' training programme. During the exercise, it will asses all aspects of its training programme and also find out whether the airline is in comliance to those norms which are part of the training manual," a DGCA official told .
The inspections began Monday and will continue till Thursday, the official added.
The Naresh Goyal-controlled private airline, which is facing cash drought and has defaulted on the salary payments to its staff also did not have training chief for more than a month, the official claimed.
25/09/18 PTI/Economic Times

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