DGCA Transitions its Services into Electronic Mode, Reduces Approval Time
The Civil Aviation Minister further added that the government needs to evolve with the changing times. He said that they are working to make the government more and more consumer-centric. He added that it was about time to decentralize the functioning and even appreciated DGCA for being constructive collaborators on the issue rather than being restrictive regulators.
- The stakeholders are considering this move as one of the best reforms done by the regulatory body.
- The project had brought 70% of DGCA work being implemented in the initial phase which is 99 services and additional 198 services in other phases.
- There are people who have been complaining about not so smooth transition processes and pilots among other people facing difficulties.
In the recent development of events, the Civil Aviation Minister Jyotiraditya Scindia informed today that transitioning of services into online mode at Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) will reduce the time taken to get approvals by 10% when the process gets completed. The DGCA is the regulatory authority that looks over the Indian aviation industry.
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