After almost 15 years since the idea was raised, India will create a new aviation regulatory body to oversee the troubled airline sector, monitor aviation safety issues and take steps to modernize more airports and air traffic management services. The proposed Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), which will replace “with full operational and financial autonomy” the Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) that currently oversees all aviation regulatory matters in India, is expected to be ...
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