The Ministry of Civil Aviation announced draft rules to ensure ease the usage of drones in India.The number of forms to be filled to operate drones in India has decreased to six in draft Drone Rules, 2021 compared to 25 forms specified in the Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Rules, 2021.The UAS Rules, 2021, came into...
The Central Government is providing an exemption for experimental drone flights for vaccine delivery to enhance the scope of their usage in the country and assist the nation in its fight against the Covid-19 pandemic. The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) and Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) have already granted a conditional exemption to...
With its consistent double-digit growth, the Indian civil aviation industry has ushered in a new era of expansion for the allied services related to aviation besides airlines, airports, i.e., air cargo, MRO, catering, online travel agency, travel portals, etc.
The new civil aviation policy is aimed at creating an ecosystem of affordable flying for the masses as well as easing industry-related concerns which were long due. To do so, the policy has addressed issues from the regulatory, financial and operational perspectives in a comprehensive manner in three main areas
The reactions are positive and industry is also quite optimistic on the introduction of NCAP 2016. The objective of the government through NCAP is to establish an integrated ecosystem enabling significant growth of the civil aviation sector, which in turn would promote tourism, increase employment and lead to balanced regional growth.
The Ministry of Civil Aviation (MoCA) launched the Regional Connectivity Scheme (RCS)-UDAN in October 2016, to promote regional air connectivity in the country including the North-Eastern region and creating additional infrastructure by revival of un-served and under-served airports/airstrips.