DGCA suspends Air Asia pilot's licence for erroneously sending 'hijack code'

NEW DELHI: Aviation regulator DGCA on Friday suspended the licence of an Air Asia India pilot for three months for erroneously sending 'hijack code' on a Delhi-Srinagar flight.

The incident took place on June 9.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) also warned another pilot of the airline for violating aviation rules.

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