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HC seeks Centre s reply on plea against DGCA on cabin crew s duty time

The Delhi High Court on Friday sought response of the Centre and aviation regulator DGCA on a plea alleging that under the new Civil Aviation Requirements (CAR) on Flight Duty Time Limit (FDTL), rest period of cabin crew has been reduced as compared to pilots. Justice Vibhu Bakhru issued notice to the Ministry of Civil Aviation and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) seeking their response to the petition by an association which has sought that cabin crew be treated at par with pilots while laying down the flight duty periods (FDPs). The All India Cabin Crew Association (AICCA) has in its plea challenged the DGCA s current CAR I on FDTL, which was notified on November 1, and the subsequent draft CAR the regulator is in the process of finalising, saying these regulations are prejudicial to the safety of the passengers . The petition, filed through advocates Sanjoy Ghose and Urvi Mohan, contends that the actions of DGCA do not adequately consider the impact of fatigue on ...

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