Wednesday, August 22, 2007

SOMETHING WAITING FOR AVIATION SECTOR

GOM is planning to draft a new policy for aviation sector. The issues to be included for discussions are – 1. GOM is planning to ease out polices and rules for Indian airlines to fly abroad. The scheduled airlines can run on international routes after 3 years of operating as domestic airlines. 2. To open the gulf route for other players which currently are the monopoly market of Air India. 3. To ease out rules for foreign airlines to fly into India. 4. 100% FDI for merchant airports. 5. Sharing of airspace between civil and defense aircraft. 7. Modernization of 35 non-metro airports, 8. Route dispersal guidelines expected to be changed. 9. Under new policy the air traffic control is to be corporatized 10. Setting up the Airport Economic Regulatory Authority (AERA) for regulation of airport charges. 11. The amendment of the Aircraft Act 1934 to enhance the powers of the Directorate General of Civil Aviation. These are issues which want to be included in new aviation policy, let’s see once they will include in the policy what effect they will have on the aviation sector. Indian bloggers listing
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