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Tata group-owned AIX Connect violates norms on pilot proficiency checks

The airline is alleged to have violated the norms pertaining to Pilot Proficiency Check and Instrument Rating tests (PPC/IR) and could face a financial penalty of up to Rs 1 crore

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Tata group-owned AIX Connect, earlier known as AirAsia India, has allegedly violated aviation norms with respect to pilot proficiency checks and instrument rating tests and is likely to face enforcement action from regulator DGCA, according to sources.

The sources told PTI on Monday that the alleged violations were detected by the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) after it carried out an inspection of the airline's main base recently.

The airline is alleged to have violated the norms pertaining to Pilot Proficiency Check and Instrument Rating tests (PPC/IR) and could face a financial penalty of up to Rs 1 crore, the sources

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First Published: Jan 24 2023 | 12:08 AM IST

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