After Air India, Indigo, now 2 SpiceJet 'fake' pilots held

Spice Jet

Jaipur, Mar 22: Indian aviation industry has encountered with a serious problem when one after another pilots from well-known airline services came under investigation scanner. Pilots of Air India, Indigo were arrested earlier. Now, two more pilots have been arrested over their forged documents but this time they were the pilots of SpiceJet.

Anuj Chaudhary and Amit Mundra - the two detained Spice Jet pilots worked in New Delhi. Today (Tuesday, Mar 22) both of them were produced in a session court in Jaipur and were sent to judicial custody.

The Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) had recently suspended the licenses of seven such 'fake pilots' and two flying school instructors.

The fake documents provided by the pilots came in the limelight when Indigo Airlines pilot Parminder Kaur Gulati was accused of violating landing norms. She was suspended and on Mar 8, she was arrested.

Her arrest soon was followed by the arrest of an Air India's Captain J K Verma over his sham papers of marks cards which were submitted to get pilot licenses.

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