Simplified: All You Need To Know About The New Civil Aviation Policy

The Logical Indian

June 17th, 2016 / 8:38 AM

Civil Aviation Policy

The new Civil Aviation Policy by the Indian Government revamps some of the rules dating back to 1930s. Aviation market in India has witnessed 22% growth in 2015-16, the fastest in the world. The civil aviation market in India ranks 9th globally and it aims to become 3rd by 2022. The new policy focuses on taking “flying to the masses” and making it “affordable, convenient, cheap.”

The key highlights of the new Civil Aviation Policy are as follows:

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The Logical Indian community hopes the introduction of this new policy encourages more Indians to choose air travel to commute from one place to another.


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