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DGCA issues show-cause notice to SpiceJet executives

New Delhi/Mumbai, July 5, 2019-

SpiceJet executive have been issued show-cause notices by aviation regulators for a recent incident in which one of its aircraft overshot the runway in Mumbai.

“We are in receipt of the show-cause notices issued by the DGCA,” said SpiceJet spokesperson.

“The officials concerned will submit their replies within the time-frame given by the regulator. Safety is the core value of our operations and is a shared objective of both the DGCA and SpiceJet. We will take all possible steps that may be required to further strengthen our safety mechanism.”

Recently, a Spicejet flight from Jaipur overshot the runway at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj International Airport, while landing here.  (Agency)

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