India DGCA Wants All Dhruv Civil Variants Inspected

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in India is likely to come out with an airworthiness directive (AD) asking all operators of the civil variant of the Dhruv advanced light helicopter to temporarily stop flying following discovery of a technical snag. The DGCA has already prepared a...

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