Debate: India’s most dangerous scam – 2

June 13, 2011


SpiceJet suspended a woman pilot in connection with the fake flying license scam after she cameunder DGCA scanner in the wake of an evaluation report that she had trouble during flight training in the US. 24-year-old Garima Passi, who was grounded by the budget air carrier for acquiring pilot licence using fake documents, resigned from her job on Thursday (March 24), a SpiceJet statement said. “Passi had been suspended from flying while we awaited the full investigations to be concluded. This morning she has resigned from her job,” the statement said. Passi was suspended from her job from March 16 this year. SpiceJet early this week sacked two pilots–Captain Anuj Kumar and First Officer Amit Mundra–after they were arrested by Rajasthan police for using illegal means to procure flying licenses. TIMES NOW’s Editor-in-Chief Arnab Goswami debates the issue with Jati Dhillon, Former, EVP Flight Operations, SpiceJet; Ajay Prasad, Former Civil Aviation Secretary; Suhel Seth, Managing Partner, Counselage; Ammeet Agrawal, CEO, Supreme Aviation; Capt Vilas Naik, Former AI Pilot; Captain Gopinath, CMD, Deccan Cargo and YN Sharma, COO, Chimes Aviation.

Remos Nose Gear Collapse

June 13, 2011


Nose gear collapse during student flight training in Remos.

Basic cessna lesson (Stalls Steep Turns and Slow Flight)

June 13, 2011


flying basic cessna lesson with out the takeoff or landing.