The national aviation policy (NCAP-2016) seeks to take flying to masses by liberalising the rules for new entrants to start air services and for existing ones to expand operations.
By Phee Teik Yeoh, CEO, Vistara
India is home to one of the most vibrant dynamic and booming aviation sectors in the world. The country with over 1 billion potential passengers has
By Amar Abrol, CEO, AirAsia India
The announcement of the national civil aviation policy is a strong signal of the government’s progressive vision for India. This followed by the reform made to FDI in
By Dhiraj Mathur, partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
The government announced a comprehensive national civil aviation policy (NCAP) on June 15 that has many unique features, making it truly pathbreaking.
For one, this is the first time
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