The Director General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) in India has given its nod to reopen the jinxed Government Flying School (GFS) in Jakkur, en route to the Bangalore International Airport. The GFS has been closed down for several years due to many technical issues. Karnataka government’s Sports and Textiles Minister Goolihatti Shekhar says that the flying activities at GFS would begin soon. “All the necessary steps have been put in place. With the DGCA approval for one year, we will ...


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