DGCA issues show cause notice to SpiceJet after 8 malfunction incidents in 18 days
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Civil aviation regulator DGCA has issued a show cause notice to SpiceJet, asking the Indian budget carrier a written explanation on the series of mid-air incidents.

In the latest incident, China-bound SpiceJet cargo plane returned to Kolkata on Tuesday due to faulty weather radar. The SpiceJet freighter aircraft of Boeing 737 was scheduled to operate from Kolkata to Chongquing, but after the takeoff it was found that weather radar was unserviceable, according to the spokesperson.

The pilot-in-command decided to return to Kolkata and landed the plane safely there.

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