Indian business aircraft operators are facing a headwind after the country’s aviation regulator banned them from international flights until they demonstrate compliance with new safety standards. “It has now been decided that henceforth, no nonscheduled air operator permit (NSOP) holder shall be permitted to undertake international operations, unless the operator meets certain requirements for undertaking such operations, besides those existing in the rules prescribed by the Directorate ...
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