Airline Safety Issues: Inputs Sought

Several of you have were involved last year in raising the issue of Boeing 737 Max safety and its use was only suspended by the Government after LocalCircles escalated the matter to then Civil Aviation Minister. Recently many of you have been raising the risk with Airbus A320 Neo which is flown by many airlines in India and EASA has suggested that the weight at the tail of the aircraft be reduced. Once again we would like to seek your inputs on all airline safety issues you have experienced in the last 6 months so the same may be escalated for action.

We look forward to your inputs! more  

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Aircraft safety is most important,and if any short coming has been observed then it should be rectified at the earliest. more  
Comfort or convenience is distinct from Aeronautical Engineering. Therefore, obtaining opinions need be restricted only to such experts. Quite a good number of expertise is available in India - IITs.ADA, HAL etc. Their comments/opinion should rein supreme. more  
Wish DGCA has already taken compliance statement from each airlines operating out of India regarding
this aircraft safety issue.....

On Tue, 08 Oct 2019 17:14:36 +0530 LocalCircles Manager wrote
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DGCA has set of guidelines which is applicable for all airlines service providers in India whenever we come across any unfortunate causality we only come to know that investigation has been set by DGCA but we never come to know the end and result of that particular investigation and how many have been penalize?
It is all about power and money now a days and the ultimate sufferer is common man whose live has no value. more  
Expert opinion should be taken more  
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