- 1 What is DGCA and its functions?
- 2 Who is current DGCA?
- 3 What is DGCA policy?
- 4 What is DGCA course?
- 5 Is DGCA exam tough?
- 6 How can I become DGCA?
- 7 Which is the No 1 airport in India?
- 8 Which is the smallest airport in India?
- 9 Who is our aviation minister?
- 10 How do I get my plane ticket back during lockdown?
- 11 How do I contact DGCA?
- 12 What is a car in aviation?
- 13 What is the fees for pilot course?
- 14 What is the syllabus of DGCA exam?
- 15 In which country pilot training is cheapest?
What is DGCA and its functions?
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation ( DGCA ) is the regulatory body in the field of Civil Aviation, primarily dealing with safety issues. It is responsible for regulation of air transport services to/from/within India and for enforcement of civil air regulations, air safety, and airworthiness standards.
Who is current DGCA?
The Directorate General of Civil Aviation ( DGCA ) is the statutory body formed under the Aircraft (Amendment) Bill, 2020. Directorate General of Civil Aviation (India)
|Minister responsible||Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of Civil Aviation|
What is DGCA policy?
It is responsible for regulation of air transport services to/from/within India and for enforcement of civil air regulations, air safety and airworthiness standards. It also co-ordinates all regulatory functions with International Civil Aviation Organisation.
What is DGCA course?
DGCA APPROVAL. Directorate General of Civil Aviation ( DGCA ), Ministry of Civil Aviation, Govt of India issues “Certificates of Airworthiness” to all aircraft which are in a fully serviceable condition and safe for operation at all times.
Is DGCA exam tough?
DGCA, the authorised organisation to conduct pilot training exams in India, is strict in maintaining quality of cadets and so exams are made a little tough to crack. Difficulty Levels.
|Exam||Difficulty level||Approx, no. of attempts|
|RTR (Aero)||Most difficult||7-10|
How can I become DGCA?
- 100 HOURS PILOT IN COMMAND (PIC)
- 250 NAUTICAL MILES (NM) CHECK.
- 40 HOURS INSTRUMENT FLIGHT OUT OF WHICH 20 ON ACTUAL AND 20 SIMULATED.
- 50 HOURS SOLO CROSS COUNTRY.
- 120 NAUTICAL MILES (NM) CHECK.
- 10 HOURS MULTI-ENGINE.
- 300 NAUTICAL MILES (NM) CHECK.
- 10 TAKE OFF AND LANDING BY NIGHT.
Which is the No 1 airport in India?
1 ) Delhi’s Indira Gandhi International Airport: Ranked at No. 50 all over the world, Delhi airport has been voted as India’s best airport. Last year, Delhi was at 59th spot. 2) Mumbai’s Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport: Two notches behind Delhi is Mumbai airport (52nd spot).
Which is the smallest airport in India?
Airport of Trichy is the smallest airport in India.
Who is our aviation minister?
The Ministry also administers implementation of the Aircraft Act, 1934, Aircraft Rules, 1937 and is administratively responsible for the Commission of Railways Safety. Ministry of Civil Aviation (India)
|Minister responsible||Hardeep Singh Puri, Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Civil Aviation|
How do I get my plane ticket back during lockdown?
An SC order had stated that the refund amount can be held in a credit shell till March 31, 2021 and if the passenger doesn’t utilise it by this date, then the airlines have to give the refund in cash. A credit shell is a credit note created against a cancelled PNR and can be used by the passenger for a future booking.
How do I contact DGCA?
- feedback- dgca @gov.in.
- अरबिंदो मार्ग सफदजंग हवाई अड्डे के सामने नई दिल्ली-110003. भारत
What is a car in aviation?
CAR stands for Civil Aviation Regulation.
What is the fees for pilot course?
Indira Gandhi Rashtriya Uran Akademi charges about 50 Lacs for the whole course whereas NFTI (National Flight Training Institute) charges roughly about 10 lacs. Even GATI (Government Aviation Training Institute) charges about 50 to 60 Lacs for the completion of the whole course, that is, up to the CPL.
What is the syllabus of DGCA exam?
|Air Navigation||Air Navigation|
|Air Regulation||Radio Aids and Instruments|
In which country pilot training is cheapest?
The Philippines, which is one of the cheapest countries in the world for getting a pilot’s licence, charges Rs 9-10 lakh. Australia offers a range of academies giving training for Rs 16-18 lakh.