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  • The Indian Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) directed Air India to ground its six Dreamliners.Boeing 787 Dreamliner-Wikipedia
  • In 1948, India ordered 12 new Anson 18Cs for use by the Directorate of Civil Aviation as trainers and communications aircraft; these were delivered from Yeadon in the spring of 1949.Avro Anson-Wikipedia
  • It also launched Kingfisher Airlines, an airline in India whose operation has been halted after problems in 2014 that led to its licence being revoked by the DGCA.United Breweries Group-Wikipedia
  • Until May 30, 2012, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation investigated incidents involving aircraft.Aviation accidents and incidents-Wikipedia
  • Situated in a hilly area, the airport is one of seven Indian airports designated as a "critical airfield" by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA).Air India Express Flight 812-Wikipedia
  • The Nagpur Flying Club has applied to DGCA for permission to shift its flying operations to Amravati airport.Amravati-Wikipedia

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