GoAir pilots lose visual reference of runway before touch down; suspended


The Director-General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) on Thursday suspended GoAir pilots who landed the Nagpur-Bengaluru flight on November 11 even as they lost the "visual reference" 50 feet before touch down. The GoAir flight A-320 was carrying over 140 passengers when this incident took place. The aviation regulator also has suspended the Foreign Aircrew Temporary Authorization (FATA) held by the commander for a period of six months and the license held by the co-pilot for three months from the date of the incident. 

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