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India may soon liberalize airline rules
January 15, 2014
India may soon scrap an archaic rule that requires domestic airlines to be operating for at least five years and have a fleet of 20 aircraft to be able to fly on international routes. The minister of civil aviation Ajit Singh said on Tuesday that his ministry is moving to change the rules from...
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