The government on Thursday said that some airlines were found to be not complying with the Civil Aviation Ministry guidelines and show cause notices have been issued to them.
“Certain cases of non-compliance have been observed for which the airlines concerned have been issued show cause notices and action is being taken on case-to-case basis,” Civil Aviation Minister Praful Patel told Lok Sabha in a written reply.
He said that four airlines, IndiGo, Paramount Airways, MDLR Airlines and Jagson Airlines -- have been issued notices and warnings for different reasons.
“Show cause notice was issued to IndiGo for non-submission of action taken on the safety audit report. Since the airline immediately submitted the action taken report, the matter was closed,” Patel said.
He said that Paramount Airways was issued notice for indicating different timings on their website from the approved ones and warning was issued to the airline.
MDLR Airlines was issued warning for operating flights from metro city of one region to another region, which is not permissible for scheduled regional operators.