India’s Civil Aviation Authority to conduct safety audit of the country’s airlines

China Aviation News Network: According to Simple Flight Report, recently, the Civil Aviation Authority of India said that it has started a two-year inspection of all Indian airlines. Monthly special security audit. It is reported that the Indian authorities will review from multiple dimensions such as daily training, experience induction, and aircraft maintenance records. Earlier, India’s aviation regulator conducted spot checks on some airlines and found that airline staff did not fully comply with prescribed safety guidelines and standard procedures. The special review aims to examine the equipment and operational processes of the country’s airlines in detail.

Back in 2020, the Civil Aviation Authority of India conducted a similar audit of all Indian airlines following the crash of Air India Flight 1344.