Government Allows Charter Flights to Fly in Indian Skies
Government of India has allowed private jets and charter flights to fly on domestic routes. As the Indian Aviation Industry was banned to stop the spread of Covid-19, the government lifted the ban and allowed domestic operations from May 25, 2020. A day after, the government also allowed non-scheduled and private operators to fly on domestic routes. However, passengers are flying in skies have to take care of all the safety measures to ensure a comfortable and hassle-free journey. The Ministry has issued some special guidelines for non-schedule operator permit (NSOP or Charter) and private jet operations. Here are all the special guidelines which the passengers must know before boarding private jets and charter flights.
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