With India’s domestic traffic set to surpass 50 million passengers for the first time this year, growth presents opportunities but also challenges – including safety – that will need to be managed, says Civil Aviation minister Praful Patel. Despite hurdles, India could be an aviation hub as it reaches the critical mass necessary to make projects economically viable, Patel said at an aviation seminar held in New Delhi. Director General of Civil Aviation Nasim Zaidi said the U.S. FAA ...
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