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Supreme Court denies termination on flying license of Capt. Awale

by Pinkey Rai - 23 May 2019

Supreme Court has finalized the decision of not terminating flying permission of Nepal Airlines’ Senior Pilot Subarna Awale. The judge of Supreme Court Anil Kumar Sinha and Susma Lata Mathema announced that there was no any compulsion of flight permission ban for Capt. Awale. Civil Aviation Authority of...

Aviation Nepal

Supreme Court denies termination on flying license of Capt. Awale

Supreme Court has finalized the decision of not terminating flying permission of Nepal Airlines’ Senior Pilot Subarna Awale. The judge of Supreme Court Anil Kumar Sinha and Susma Lata Mathema announced that there was no any compulsion of flight permission ban for Capt. Awale. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) had decided to suspend the flying rights for Awale from last Shrawan. Supreme Court...

Helicopter

New safety rules for VIP operation on single engine copters

AS 350 B3 Helicopter at Everest

-A. PAPA, KATHMANDU New safety rules have been put in place for VIP operation of single-engine helicopters to avoid mishaps like the one which killed Minister of Culture Tourism and Civil Aviation Mr. Rabindra Adhikari and other highly placed delegates. The rules, framed by the Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN), Flight Safety Standards Department, encompass all aspects of flight operations;...

Supreme Court denies termination on flying license of Capt. Awale

Supreme Court has finalized the decision of not terminating flying permission of Nepal Airlines’ Senior Pilot Subarna Awale. The judge of Supreme Court Anil Kumar Sinha and Susma Lata Mathema announced that there was no any compulsion of flight permission ban for Capt. Awale. Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) had decided to suspend the flying rights for Awale from last Shrawan. Supreme Court...

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CAAN delays its process of splitting into 2 entities; European Commission unsatisfied

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Lack of progress in making a law to split Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) as promised has made European Commission (EC) dissatisfied. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) previously removed Nepali carrier from significant safety Concern (SSC) and CAAN had also submitted documents to EC with evidence about improvement made in Nepali air safety during a meeting in Brussels, Belgium. EC...

Facts

Emergency Evacuation-Occurrences Uncover Urgent Requirement for Travelers

Occurrences Uncover Urgent Requirement for Travelers to Ditch Luggage Three days, three flying machine clearings by means of crisis slides. Turkish Airlines 726 at Kathmandu, US Airways 445 at Denver, and now Delta 1086 at New York LaGuardia. The occasions themselves are imperceptibly unrealistic to have any connection — however the shared traits in traveler conduct in emptying these airplanes...

Aviation News

CAAN instructs airlines to increase flights for Delhi not only price

Civil Aviation Authority of Nepal (CAAN) has instructed airlines conducting flights to Delhi from Kathmandu to increase flight frequency rather than focusing on generating benefit from the shutdown of Jet Airways operation. The aviation regulatory body of Nepal took a concern as the airlines increased ticket fare heavily after the termination of flights from Indian carrier Jet Airways. The fare now...

Science

NAC’s Both Boeing 757 operation halted

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NAC’s Both Boeing 757 operation halted May 18, 2017-DOHA The Nepal Airlines Corporation (NAC) Boeing 757 with registration ‘9N-ACB’ also called Gandaki has remained grounded after it conducted flight to Doha last Wednesday. The aircraft has been grounded at Hamad International Airport (DOH) in Doha which has resulted huge amount of losses. According to the official from Doha Airport, the aircraft...

Blogs

Innovation Is Changing The Face Of Flight

Innovation Is Changing The Face Of Flight The ever increasing number of flight passengers, and the need to balance that with climate change, is prompting huge innovation in the aircraft sector. In the UK, for example, the government have pledged US$326 million to green aircraft. The glut of global funding towards innovation has created interesting developments in the industry. For enthusiasts and...