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Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, August 28, 2018
In India, the drone policy presents a huge opportunity for both private and government sectors.


Rahul Shrivastava
New Delhi, August 27, 2018
The use of drones by civilians is currently restricted by the Directorate General of Civilian Aviation.


BusinessToday.in
January 15, 2018
PM Modi invited Israeli defence companies to take advantage of the liberalized FDI regime to make more in India.


Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, August 18, 2017
The DGCA's decision is also regressive in the sense that it restricts the career growth of pilots who want to work for international airlines or want to fly wide-body aircraft.


By Manu Kaushik
Delhi, March 20, 2017
After a long time, pilots are back in demand. But challenges remain.


Allison Lampert and Allison Martell
Montreal, January 31, 2015
Efforts to adopt new standards for global plane tracking and co-operation on the risks of flying over conflict zones will dominate the meeting in Montreal from Feb 2-5.


IANS
New Delhi, October 11, 2014
The three grounded aicraft include two A320s and one Canadair Regional Jet (CRJ) belonging to Air India, GoAir and a non-scheduled private operator (NSOP).


Sanjay Singh
New Delhi, April 1, 2014
According to sources, the audit has been fasttracked so that the issue of meeting international norms by these companies can be taken up with the US Federal Aviation Administration ( FAA).


Rohit Bansal
February 4, 2014
Jet Airways and Air-India aircraft can be subjected to prolonged double-checks at US airports, a sure recipe that their passengers will abandon them and give their business to rival carriers from other countries.


PTI
Washington, October 31, 2013
Civil Aviation Minister Ajit Singh said the aviation scenario in the country is fast changing and poised for breaking boundaries and scaling new heights.


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, August 13, 2012
The lives of passengers were put at risk on at least 22 occasions since June 2011 in \"near miss\" incidents of aircraft coming too close to each other, the Directorate General of Civil Aviation reveals in response to an Right to Information query.


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